Philip Reeve (1966) received popularity as a British book writer. He also developed his skills in children’s book illustrations. He received a significant component of his popularity after the publication of Mortal Engines (2001). His book Here Lies Arthur (2007) also received the Carnegie Medal. Reeve initially studied at Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology. He worked at a bookshop in Brighton and sketched diversity of comedy sketches during his student years. His book Mortal Engines won the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize and the final volume received the 2006 Guardian Children’s Fiction Award. In 2013 he co-authored illustration books with Sarah McIntyre that became published by Oxford University Press. Reeve also published a book called No Such Things As Dragons (2009).
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