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I have read the disambiguation guidelines, and I am still uncertain what to do about this one. I don't think it's a problem right now, but possibly in two, five, twenty years it might be. So to future-proof it, I can see three ways to do this:
As I have done it now. The (better-known, I believe, and certainly older) novel having the main "the silver branch" (henceforth TSB in this comment!), and mentions of a later book and a likely source for the name.
TSB page covering any and all silver branches. Chronologically, Bran's would come first, then this one, then the Kennealy book. Doubtless there are or will be more.
disambiguation page for TSB, with then the contents of this page about Sutcliff's book at "TSB (Sutcliff novel)". I think this is a bit of a silly option because there are no articles on the other silver branches. There is no article on Ms Keannealy herself yet, even, let alone her books, although she has been a red wikilink for quite some time; and I think there is little to say about Bran's silver branch beyond what is said in the Voyage of Bran page, so it would turn into one of those two-sentence wiki articles which have little potential for expansion.
Or you can list this on VfD, of course, which is a fourth approach but one which I hope no-one takes!