Jennifer Fallon i(31 works by)
Born: Established: 1959 Carlton, Parkville - Carlton area, Melbourne - North, Melbourne, Victoria, ;
Gender: Female
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Fallon is the ninth child in a family of thirteen girls. She was educated in Melbourne and Canberra, leaving school at fifteen. She moved to the Northern Territory in 1980. After having worked variously as a youth worker, store detective, shop assistant, executive secretary, project manager, and computer trainer, Fallon became a full-time writer, inspired and encouraged by her mother from an early age. Her first series, The Demon Child Trilogy, was shortlisted for the Best Fantasy of 2000 in the Australian Aurealis Awards.

Awards for Works

The Undivided 2011 single work novel fantasy

'The Undivided are divided.

'The psychic twins Rónán and Darragh have been separated by a traitor Druid, Amergin, who has thrown Rónán through a rift into another reality. Now time is running out for Darragh. If Rónán isn′t found soon, they will both die.

'Meanwhile, Ren Kavanagh has no notion of where he comes from and is plagued by mysterious injuries. Then he meets the enticing and mysterious Trása, and before he can figure out how it happened, he is in serious trouble ...

'Ren′s life is about to become more bizarre and dangerous than he could ever have imagined.' (From the publisher's website.)

2011 shortlisted Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Fantasy Division Best Novel
The Gods of Amyrantha 2007 single work novel fantasy 'Arkady has gone into exile with her husband following the disaster of Cayal's escape. No one is beyond suspicion, and Stellan's niece is using her new position as a Princess-to-be to wreak havoc. The Tide is on the rise, and so is the magic of the Immortals, who are jockeying for positions of power in the human world.' (Publisher's blurb)
2007 shortlisted Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Fantasy Division Best Novel
Wolfblade 2004 single work novel fantasy 'Though not yet 16, Lady Marla Wolfblade, sister to Lernen, the High Prince of Hythria, is a valuable piece in a vast political chess game. Marla's upcoming wedding to King Hablet of Fardohnya will give Lernen access to Hablet's armies, in case of attack from neighboring Medalon; they'll also come in handy to make the Warlords of Hythria toe the line and to withstand attacks from members of the Hythrian "Patriot" faction disgusted by Lernen's hedonistic lifestyle. Fortunately, Marla finds a helpful adviser in the clever dwarf Elezaar, whose former lord was assassinated by Patriots. With his help, Marla grows from a mere pawn to one of the most powerful women in Hythria'. Source: bookseller's website.
2008 longlisted International Awards David Gemmell Legend Award for Fantasy
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