Imatge de l'autor

Philip Reeve

Autor/a de Mortal Engines

79+ obres 14,235 Membres 493 Ressenyes 31 preferits

Sobre l'autor

Philip Reeve was born in Brighton, England, and worked in a bookshop for many years before breaking out and becoming the illustrator of children's book He has also produced and directed several no-budget theater productions, and cowrote a musical, The Ministry of Biscuits. Mr. Reeve and his wife mostra'n més and son now live in a hamlet high above the moorland in Devon, England mostra'n menys


Obres de Philip Reeve

Mortal Engines (2001) 3,704 exemplars
Predator's Gold (2003) 1,597 exemplars
Infernal Devices (2005) 1,335 exemplars
A Darkling Plain (2006) 1,189 exemplars
Fever Crumb (2009) 1,137 exemplars
Here Lies Arthur (2008) 630 exemplars
A Web of Air (2010) 515 exemplars
No Such Thing As Dragons (2009) 381 exemplars
Scrivener's Moon (2011) 367 exemplars
Railhead (2015) 281 exemplars
Pugs of the Frozen North (1600) 177 exemplars
Oliver and the Seawigs (2013) 140 exemplars
Goblins (2012) 115 exemplars
Black Light Express (2016) 112 exemplars
Cakes in Space (2014) 100 exemplars
Horatio Nelson and his Victory (2003) 64 exemplars
The Roots of Evil (2013) 64 exemplars
Station Zero (2018) 50 exemplars
Goblins vs Dwarves (2013) 24 exemplars
Buster Bayliss: The Big Freeze (2002) 18 exemplars
Goblin Quest (2014) 18 exemplars
Buster Bayliss: Custardfinger (2003) 15 exemplars
Jinks and O'Hare Funfair Repair (2016) 13 exemplars
Kevin and the biscuit bandit (2020) 9 exemplars
Traction City (2011) 7 exemplars
Adventuremice: Otter Chaos (2023) 5 exemplars
Pug-a-Doodle-Do! (2017) 3 exemplars
Kevin vs the Unicorns (2021) 2 exemplars
De vandrande std̃erna (2018) 2 exemplars
F©œrr©Þdarens guld (2018) 1 exemplars
Goblini 1 exemplars
Pekelné vynálezy (2019) 1 exemplars
Pomsta jednooké letkyně (2019) 1 exemplars
L'Hôtel étrange (2008) 1 exemplars
End of the Road (2013) 1 exemplars
Smrtonosni strojevi (2006) 1 exemplars
Duendes 1 exemplars
Bolos no Espaço 1 exemplars
The Traction Codex 1 exemplars

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The secrets of science (Spark Files Flip Quiz) (2000) — Il·lustrador — 5 exemplars
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BSFA Awards 2021: Awards Booklet (2022) — Col·laborador — 2 exemplars


Coneixement comú

Data de naixement
Lloc de naixement
Brighton, Sussex, England, UK
Llocs de residència
Dartmoor, Devon, England, UK
Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology
Brighton Polytechnic
bookstore clerk
science fiction writer
Biografia breu
Philip Reeve (born 28 February 1966) is a British author and illustrator of children's books, primarily known for the 2001 book Mortal Engines and its sequels. His 2007 novel, Here Lies Arthur, based on the legendary King Arthur, won the Carnegie Medal, which sets out to choose the year's best children's book published in the UK.

Born on 28 February 1966 in Brighton, Reeve studied illustration, first at Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology (CCAT – now Anglia Ruskin University), where he contributed a comic strip to the Student Union magazine, and later at Brighton Polytechnic (now the University of Brighton). Before becoming an illustrator he worked at a bookshop in Brighton for several years. During his student years and for a few years afterwards he wrote for and performed in comedy sketch shows with a variety of collaborators under various group names, among them The Charles Atlas Sisters. He lives on Dartmoor with his wife Sarah and their son Sam.

With Brian Mitchell, Reeve is the author of a 1998 dystopian comic musical,The Ministry of Biscuits. "Stop! Think before you eat that biscuit! Is it in any way fancy? If so, then you are a criminal! In Post-War London, The Ministry of Biscuits casts its sinister shadow over every tea-time and elevenses in the land. Established to 'control biscuits, and to control the idea of biscuits', it prohibits decadent sweetmeats, such as the Gypsy Cream." This was performed at the Pavilion Theatre, Brighton, the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, and the 1999 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. It underwent a revival in 2005 at the Sallis Benney, Brighton, and began playing at Brighton's Lantern Theatre in November 2017. It has also toured to various other locations throughout the United Kingdom.



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