British Science Fiction Association award for best novel is won by China Mieville.
China Mieville has been awarded the British Science Fiction Association award for best novel, for his title The City and the City, at a ceremony which took place at the 61st Eastercon convention, Odyssey 2010 in London.
Mieville's novel, which is about a murder investigation in parallel worlds by Inspector Tyador Borlu of the Extreme Crime Squad, has also been nominated for the Hugo best novel award and the Arthur C Clarke prize for the best science fiction novel of the year, according to the Guardian.
Members of the British Science Fiction Association voted for The City and the City from a prize shortlist which also included Yellow Blue Tibia by Adam Roberts, Lavinia by Ursula K Le Guin and Ark by Stephen Baxter.
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|Publication:||M2 Best Books|
|Date:||Apr 8, 2010|
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