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       Nick Hornby was born in 1957. His father, Sir Derek Hornby, was a successful businessman. Hornby junior went to Maidenhead Grammar School then studied English at Cambridge. After teaching in Cambridge, he worked for the Korean electronics giant Samsung as a meeter and greeter for their executives in the UK.

       After that, he worked as a teacher then as a freelance journalist and then became a novelist. His career really took off with the phenomenally successful Fever Pitch in 1992 and he hasn't looked back since. How to be Good made the 2001 Booker long-list.



High Fidelity (1995)

About a Boy (1998)

How to Be Good (2001)

A Long Way Down (2005) Download

Click (2007) (with David Almond, Eoin Colfer, Roddy Doyle, Deborah Ellis, Margo Lanagan, Gregory Maguire, Ruth Ozeki, Linda Sue Park and Tim Wynne-Jones)

Slam (2007)

Juliet, Naked (2009)

Miss Blackpool (2014)

Open Door Series 5

Not a Star (2006)


Everyone's Reading Bastard (2013)

Non fiction

Fever Pitch (1992)

The Picador Book of Sportswriting (1997) (with Nick Coleman)

31 songs (2002) aka Songbook

The Complete Polysyllabic Spree (2006)

Pray: Notes on a Football Season (2012)

Fan Mail: Twenty Years of Writing about Football (2013)

Books, Movies, Rhythm, Blues (2013)

Ten Years in the Tub (2013)

Non fiction series

Stuff I've Been Reading

Nick Hornby's Polysyllabic Spree (2004)

Dirt (2006)

Shakespeare Wrote for Money (2008)

More Baths, Less Talking (2012)

Stuff I've Been Reading (2013)

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