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Alastair Reynolds

British novelist and astronomer

1966   -  

genre: science fiction
country of citizenship: United Kingdom, Wales
educated at: University of St Andrews, Newcastle University
occupation: astrophysicist, writer, science fiction writer
award received: BSFA Award for Best Novel
influenced by: J. G. Ballard, William Gibson, Bruce Sterling, Gene Wolfe, Michael Swanwick
www.alastairreynolds.com

Alastair Preston Reynolds (born 13 March 1966) is a British science fiction author. He specialises in hard science fiction and space opera. He spent his early years in Cornwall, moved back to Wales before going to Newcastle University, where he read physics and astronomy. Afterwards, he earned a PhD from the University of St Andrews. In 1991, he moved to Noordwijk in the Netherlands where he met his wife Josette (who is from France). There, he worked for the European Space Research and Technology Centre (part of the European Space Agency) until 2004 when he left to pursue writing full-time. He returned to Wales in 2008 and lives near Cardiff.
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works

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Century Rain

book by Alastair Reynolds

author: Alastair Reynolds

2004

Chasm City

novel by Alastair Reynolds

author: Alastair Reynolds

2001

Diamond Dogs

novella by Alastair Reynolds

author: Alastair Reynolds

2001

Diamond Dogs, Turquoise Days

book by Alastair Reynolds

author: Alastair Reynolds

2003

Pushing Ice

book by Alastair Reynolds

author: Alastair Reynolds

2005

Absolution Gap

book by Alastair Reynolds

author: Alastair Reynolds

2003

Redemption Ark

book by Alastair Reynolds

author: Alastair Reynolds

2002

The Prefect

book by Alastair Reynolds

author: Alastair Reynolds

2007

Turquoise Days

novella by Alastair Reynolds

author: Alastair Reynolds

2002

Blue Remembered Earth

book by Alastair Reynolds

author: Alastair Reynolds

2012

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