City Beasts: Fourteen Stories of Uninvited Wildlife

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Product Details

Price
$16.00
Publisher
Riverhead Books
Publish Date
Pages
320
Dimensions
4.9 X 7.7 X 1.0 inches | 0.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781594485879

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About the Author

Mark Kurlansky is the New York Times-bestselling author of many books, including Cod, Salt, 1968: The Year That Rocked the World, The Big Oyster, The Last Fish Tale, The Food of a Younger Land, The Eastern Stars, Ready for a Brand New Beat, and the short story collection, Edible Stories. He lives in New York City.

Reviews

Praise for Mark Kurlansky

"Mark Kurlansky's fiction provides the same pleasures we have come to expect from his nonfiction. It's beautifully written, observant, and acutely intelligent." - Francine Prose

"Richly imagined stories."
--O, the Oprah Magazine

"Brilliant... Journalistic skills might be part of a writer's survival kit, but they infrequently prove to be the foundation for literary success, as they have here. .... Kurlansky has a wonderful ear for the syntax and rhythm of the vernacular... For all the seriousness of Kurlansky's cultural entanglements, it is nevertheless a delight to experience his sophisticated sense of play and, at times, his outright wicked sense of humor."
--The New York Times Book Review

"For those of us who love both stories and food, this book is a delectable feast. Mark Kurlansky's sixteen-part novel is like a long, wonderful meal with friends. It is nurturing, succulent, and most of all, a lot of fun."
-- Edwidge Danticat, author of Brother, I'm Dying and Claire of the Sea Light

"Kurlansky powerfully demonstrates the defining role food plays in history and culture."
--Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"Kurlansky continues to prove himself remarkably adept as taking a most unlikely candidate and telling its tale with epic grandeur."
--Los Angeles Times Book Review

"Kurlansky has a keen eye for odd facts and natural detail."
--Wall Street Journal