Garth Nix is a bestselling Australian author of children’s and young adult fantasy.
Nix grew up in Canberra and was educated at Dickson College. While studying, he joined the Australian Army Reserve and worked for the Australian Government and spend time travelling in Europe before undertaking a BA degree in writing at Canberra University. After graduation, he worked in publishing, eventually becoming a Senior Editor at Harper Collins.
Nix’s writing career took off with 1995 publication of Sabriel, the first part of his The Old Kingdom series, set in alternate England, which became an international bestseller. His other famous fantasy series include The Seventh Tower and The Keys to the Kingdom.
Nix’s work has been translated into 42 languages, and more than five million copies of his books have been sold worldwide. In addition to his novels, Nix has published several novellas and short fiction collections, as well as writing for fantasy role-playing games such as Dungeons & Dragons.
The second adult novel from bestselling master of YA fantasy, The Lefthanded Booksellers of London is a richly imagined story of intertwining quests and mysterious booksellers with a secret side-line in alternate 1980s London. Warm, witty and packed with unexpected twists, this spellbinding adventure suffused with magic and myth shows Nix at the top of his game.
The Old Kingdom Series in Order
The Seventh Tower Series in Order
The Keys to the Kingdom Series in Order
Have Sword, Will Travel Series in Order
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