Bridget Collins is a British author of adult and young adult fiction.
Collins studied English at King’s College Cambridge, and subsequently trained as an actor at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. After graduating from LAMDA, she started writing fiction. Her first book, a young adult novel called The Traitor Game, was published in 2008, earning her the Branford Boase Award the following year. She went on to publish another six young adult titles under the name of B. R. Collins, including Tyme’s End (2011) and Love in Revolution (2013). Collins has had two plays produced, one at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Collins’s first adult novel, The Binding, was published in 2019. It was endorsed by critics and audiences alike and shortlisted for Waterstones Book of the Year 2019.
The author of the Waterstones Book of the Year-shortlisted The Binding returns with another literary sensation. Enchanting and formidably crafted, The Betrayals opens the doors to an ancient, exclusive institution, hidden away high up on the mountains and dedicated to the study of a strange, clandestine game. But times are changing, and centuries-old secrets and traditions are about to be defied. Compelling, intricate and utterly original, The Betrayals cements Bridget Collins' place as one of the most exquisite new voices in fiction.
Novels by Bridget Collins
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