The Best Australian Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror 2009

The best Australian science fiction, fantasy and horror of 2009 have been announced from Aurealis Awards. For those who are fans of these genres will be able to find some titles that are available from Parramatta City Library.

Best science fiction novel

Wonders of a Godless World by Andrew McGahan

Best fantasy novel

Magician’s Apprentice by Trudi Canavan

Best horror novel

Red queen by Honey Brown

Best Collection

Oceanic by Greg Egan

Best illustated book/graphic novel

Scarygirl by Nathan Jurevicius

Best young adult novel

Leviathan Trilogy: Book One by Scott Westerfeld

Best children’s (8-12 years) novel

A Ghost in My Suitcase by Gabrielle Wang

Best children’s (8-12 years)
short fiction/illustrated work/picture book

Victor’s Challenge by Pamela Freeman (author), Kim Gamble (illustrator)

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