Order of Sebastian Faulks Books
Sebastian Faulks is an English author of historical and contemporary fiction novels and non-fiction books. He is the author of the French Trilogy and has made contributions to the James Bond series (created by Ian Fleming) and the Jeeves & Wooster series (created by P.G. Wodehouse). The son of a judge and an actress, Faulks attended Wellington College and Emmanuel College, Cambridge, but didn’t enjoy either. He went on to work as the first literary editor of The Independent, followed by the deputy editor of The Sunday Independent. Sebastian lives with his family in London.
Sebastian Faulks became a published novelist in 1984 with A Trick of the Light. Below is a list of Sebastian Faulks’ books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of French Trilogy Books
Publication Order of James Bond Books
Publication Order of Jeeves Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
|A Trick of the Light||(1984)|
|A Fool's Alphabet||(1992)|
|On Green Dolphin Street||(2001)|
|A Week in December||(2009)|
|A Possible Life||(2012)|
|Where My Heart Used to Beat||(2015)|
Publication Order of Short Stories
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Anthologies
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
|The Fatal Englishman: Three Short Lives||(1996)|
|Faulks on Fiction: The Secret Life of the Novel||(2011)|
|The Great War in Portraits||(2014)|
Ox-Tales: Fire also contains stories by Geoff Dyer, Mark Haddon, Victoria Hislop, John le Carre, Vikram Seth, Lionel Shriver, Ali Smith, William Sutcliffe, Jeanette Winterson and Xiaolu Guo. The Vintage Book of War Fiction (aka The Vintage Book of War Stories) was edited with Jorg Hensgen. The Great War in Portraits was written with Paul Moorhouse.
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