Pablo Aranda¬†(M√°laga, 1968 ‚Äď M√°laga, 2020) was a novelist, a journalist and a tireless traveler. He devoted his time exclusively to writing, both books and articles for several publications. He was the author of the following children‚Äôs fiction titles:¬†Fede quiere ser pirata¬†(Anaya, 2012 ‚Äď¬†City of Malaga Children‚Äôs Literature Prize), the follow-up to Fede‚Äôs adventures,¬†El colegio m√°s raro del mundo¬†(Anaya, 2014) and¬†De viaje por el mundo¬†(Anaya, 2017).
Among his novels for adults, one should mention:¬†La otra ciudad¬†(Espasa Calpe, 2003¬†-shortlisted for the Primavera Prize and winner of the 10th Andalusian Critics‚Äô Prize to the best debut novel),¬†El orden improbable¬†(Espasa, 2004),¬†Ucrania¬†(Destino, 2006 ‚Äď¬†winner of the M√°laga Award),¬†Los soldados (El Aleph, 2013),¬†El protegido¬†(Malpaso, 2015) and¬†La distancia¬†(Malpaso, summer 2018)
His latest work was the children‚Äôs book¬†Casas del mundo¬†(Anaya Infantil y Juvenil, fall 2018). And the novel¬†La distancia¬†(Malpaso, 2018) was his latest work of adult fiction.
In 2021 it was published the posthumous YA novel¬†El mundo del rev√©s¬†(Edeb√©, 2021).
Homes Around the World | Anaya Infantil y Juvenil, 2018
The Distance | Malpaso, 2018
Round-the-world Trip | Anaya, 2017
The Prot√©g√© | Malpaso, 2015
The Weirdest School in All the World | Anaya, 2014
The Soldiers | El Aleph, 2013
Fede wants to be a pirate | Anaya, 2012
Detachment of the¬†Routine | Arguval, 2003
Ukraine | Destino, 2006
Espasa Calpe, 2004 | The Improbable Order
Espasa Calpe, 2003 | The Other City