Garth Nix Aurealis Treble

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Garth Nix has triumphed at the prestigious Aurealis Awards for fiction, winning awards in 3 of the 5 categories. The Awards recognise the achievements of Australian science fiction, fantasy and horror writers and were presented at a special ceremony in Perth earlier this week.

Abhorsen, the third book in Nix?s Old Kingdom trilogy, was the Winner of the Fantasy Category and Joint Winner (with Dragonkeeper by Carole Wilkinson) of the Young Adult category. Abhorsen was published in UK a fortnight ago by HarperCollins Children?s Books. It is the 2nd best-selling Children's hardback fiction title this week.

Mister Monday, the first in his exciting Keys To The Kingdom series, which published in UK in January by HarperCollins Children?s Books, was voted Winner of the Children?s (8-12) category. Grim Tuesday, the second book in the series, comes out in June.

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