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Rebecca Lim Rebecca Lim i(A95088 works by) (a.k.a. Rebecca Pec Ca)
Born: Established: 1972 ;
Gender: Female
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BiographyHistory

Rebecca Lim is a writer and illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia. She worked as a commercial lawyer for several years before leaving to write full time. Her novels have been translated into German, French and Turkish.

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y separately published work icon The Race for the Red Dragon Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2019 15521929 2019 single work children's fiction children's fantasy

'On their way to the Wudang Mountains to discover the fate of Qing's father and sisters, Qing and Harley hear rumours of an ancient vase emblazoned with a red dragon, and make an unscheduled stopover. Enemies are everywhere, and Harley and Qing must race malevolent forces across Hong Kong and Southern China to find the legendary vase. Qing's magic is growing in power, but is it enough to counter the human and otherworldly forces that are determined to stop them at all costs?'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2020 longlisted Davitt Award Best Children's Novel
2019 shortlisted Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Children's Division
y separately published work icon The Relic of the Blue Dragon Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2018 13967869 2018 single work children's fiction children's

'When Harley Spark accidentally releases Qing, one of five dragon sisters, from the ancient vase she's been trapped in for centuries, he re-ignites a war between two ancient, magical families. Soon Harley is on a dangerous international mission with Qing to find and free her four sisters. Hurled into a wild adventure, they are landed in the lair of the Diamond King, where danger lurks around every corner.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2019 shortlisted Davitt Award Best Children's Novel
2018 shortlisted Aurealis Awards for Excellence in Australian Speculative Fiction Children's Division
y separately published work icon Afterlight Melbourne : Text Publishing , 2015 8536889 2015 single work novel young adult horror

'Life’s been tough on Sophie Teague.

'Since her parents died in a freak motorbike accident, she’s been living with her gran in their rundown pub. And she’s just enrolled at a new school, desperate for a fresh start.

'That’s until ‘Eve’, a beautiful ghost clad in black, starts making terrifying nightly appearances in Sophie’s bedroom.

'Eve doesn’t speak, or write—she just hovers, transmitting images and pleading for Sophie’s help.

'What happened to Eve? Does it have something to do with the recent murder that sent a notorious bikie-gang leader on the run?

'Sophie isn’t sure—but she knows Eve won’t stop haunting her until she finds out. So with the unlikely help of her enigmatic classmate Jordan Haig, Sophie sets out to unravel the mystery.

'Dark, thrilling and utterly spooky, Afterlight will take you deep into the heart of a dangerous love story, revealing the unworldly—and deadly—pull of the past.' (Publication summary)

2016 longlisted Davitt Award Best Young Adult Book
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