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Chris Morphew Chris Morphew i(A125355 works by)
Also writes as: 'H. I. Larry' ; Cerberus Jones
Gender: Male
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BiographyHistory

Sydney-based writer and Christian Studies teacher.

Most Referenced Works

Notes

  • Chris Morphew is one of a number of writers who use the pseudonym 'H. I. Larry'.

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Doomsday Richmond : Hardie Grant Egmont , 2013 7364988 2013 single work novel young adult science fiction thriller

'With less than a day to go until the end of the world, things are seeming hopeless to Luke and Jordan when an offer of help unexpectedly arrives from the last place anyone would have expected.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2014 shortlisted KOALA Awards Fiction for Years 7-9
y separately published work icon Contact Prahran : Hardie Grant Egmont , 2010 Z1662597 2010 single work novel young adult science fiction thriller

'For the first six months, Peter's life in Phoenix was pretty normal. Hanging out with his friends, frustrating his parents, sleeping through school. Then he found out the world was ending. The Shackleton Co-operative is planning to exterminate the rest of humanity - and they're going to use "Tabitha" to do it. But who is Tabitha? What's really going on inside the Shackleton Building? And why does Peter's dad's name keep turning up in the search for answers? As Peter and his friends struggle to contact the outside world, they're going to find out just how far Shackleton is willing to go to make sure the secretsof Phoenix stay hidden. And the clock is still ticking. There are 88 days until the end of the world.' (Publication summary)

2013 winner KOALA Awards Fiction for Years 7-9
y separately published work icon Arrival Prahran : Hardie Grant Egmont , 2009 Z1605935 2009 single work novel young adult science fiction thriller

'Luke is having a rough year. When his parents split up, his mum drags him to Phoenix, a brand-new town in the middle of nowhere. But Phoenix is no ordinary town. There are no cars, no phones and no internet. Luke thinks this is as weird as it gets. Then he discovers that someone is plotting to wipe out the human race. Phoenix is suddenly the safest and most dangerous place on earth. And the clock is ticking. There are one hundred days until the end of the world.' (Publication summary)

2012 winner KOALA Awards Fiction for Years 7-9
2012 winner COOL Award Fiction for Years 7-9
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