FRances Hardinge

Frances Hardinge

Frances' debut novel, Fly By Night, was published in 2005 to global critical acclaim. It won the Branford Boase Award in 2006 and was shortlisted for the Guardian Fiction Award. The sequel, Twilight Robbery, was shortlisted for the Guardian Fiction Award in 2012.

Frances' standalone novels, Verdigris Deep, Gullstruck Island and A Face Like Glass (shortlisted for the Kitchies in 2013) have all garnered stellar reviews. Her extraordinary gift as a writer is probably best summed up by The Guardian; “Hardinge is a hugely talented writer of tireless invention and vivid prose.”

Frances is seldom seen without her hat and is addicted to volcanoes. She lives and works in Oxford and London.

Represented by Nancy Miles


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