Search Results: "Rebecca Copeland"


BOOK REVIEW

THE GODDESS CHRONICLE by Natsuo Kirino
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 6, 2013

"Kirino writes lyrically as she spins a magical and ethereal tale."
Kirino recounts the beauty and terror of a traditional Japanese myth, one reminiscent of Demeter and Persephone. Read full book review >

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THE BUNDLE AT BLACKTHORPE HEATH by Mark Copeland
ANIMALS
Released: June 26, 2006

"A good prospect for hottest ticket of the season. (website) (Fantasy. 11-13)"
Why bother with flea circuses when elephant-sized trained snails and stag beetles are eager to perform under the big top to rhythms beaten out by honeybee drummers, while clowns with frisky pill-bug companions provoke shouts of laughter from the crowds? Read full book review >

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MUST BE RELEVANT TO MAKE SOME MONEY by Phil Copeland
NON-FICTION
Released: Nov. 24, 2016

"Extremely well organized and written with a keen observational eye; makes a strong case for business leaders to increase their awareness of key strategic areas and hone skills that can make their companies significant and profitable."
A debut book addresses specific fundamentals of achieving business relevancy. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: Oct. 20, 1995

"Copeland has had more than his share of unusual experiences and describes them with some wit, but as a booking agent, he can't provide enough of an inside look at bands and the world of rock to capture most readers. (Author tour)"
A tolerably diverting autobiography by a member of a minor music-industry dynasty, from juvenile delinquency in the Middle East to huge success as a booking agent for new wave bands. Read full book review >

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Released: Nov. 16, 1994

"Could have been great, but doesn't quite make it."
Marks (Sephardic Cooking, not reviewed, etc.) has a good idea: promoting the grain that is the staple of North African cuisine. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: March 24, 1992

"An interesting collection of dishes, many of them new to Americans, from a cuisine family that is becoming increasingly popular with American Jews raised on more stolid Eastern European fare. (Photographs.)"
Marks, whose earlier cookbooks have featured such cuisines as Guatemalan, Burmese, and Indonesian, has ranged far and wide for this hefty collection, marking the 500th anniversary of the Jews' expulsion from Spain, that is held together by its focus on Sephardic Jewish and other related Jewish communities. Read full book review >

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OFF THE RADAR by Cyrus Copeland
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: March 24, 2015

"Both a gripping personal story and an insightful historical-cultural study."
Copeland (editor: A Wonderful Life: 50 Eulogies to Lift the Spirit, 2006, etc.) explores the mystery surrounding his father's controversial persecution in revolutionary-era Iran.Read full book review >

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BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Oct. 6, 2009

"Bound to please fans."
A lively, somewhat disjointed memoir by the former drummer and founder of The Police. Read full book review >

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COSMIC SWAN by Bill Copeland
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Sept. 27, 2009

"Well-written, with a unique cosmic and spiritual dimension."
A geologist investigating strange tectonic phenomena discovers a mind-blowing secret under a mountain in Tibet. Read full book review >

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CHOCOLATE STAR by Sheila Copeland
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 1, 1997

"The mean-spirited Topaz and Gunther are unpleasant, but not even the goody-goody Sean is appealing: in all, just plenty of glitz and three rich, unlikable people."
Copeland debuts with three rags-to-riches journeys that even when combined make up little more than a Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous episode. Read full book review >

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QUEERIES: REBECCA PODOS, AUTHOR OF LIKE WATER
by Karen Schechner, Vice President of Kirkus Indie, Kirkus Reviews

Rebecca Podos’ second YA book, Like Water, stars Vanni Espinoza, a New Mexican high schooler who waits tables at her parents’ restaurant and falls for Leigh, a genderqueer mischief-maker. As they try to figure out their futures, their relationship will have to move beyond breaking and entering and smoking weed if it’s going to last. Our reviewer called Like Water ...


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