Midnight Robber

Nalo Hopkinson (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$16.99  $15.63
Publisher
Grand Central Publishing
Publish Date
March 01, 2000
Pages
336
Dimensions
5.07 X 0.78 X 8.08 inches | 0.81 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780446675604
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About the Author

Nalo Hopkinson was born in Jamaica and has lived in Guyana, Trinidad, and Canada. The daughter of a poet/playwright and a library technician, she has won numerous awards including the John W. Campbell Award, the World Fantasy Award, and Canada's Sunburst Award for literature of the fantastic. Her award-winning short fiction collection Skin Folk was selected for the 2002 New York Times Summer Reading List and was one of the New York Times Best Books of the Year. Hopkinson is also the author of The New Moon's Arms, The Salt Roads, Midnight Robber, and Brown Girl in the Ring. She is a professor of creative writing at the University of California, Riverside, and splits her time between California, USA, and Toronto, Canada.

Reviews

"Deeply satisfying...succeeds on a grand scale...best of all is the language....Hopkinson's narrative voice has a way of getting under the skin."--The New York Times Book Review
"Caribbean patois adorns this novel with graceful rhythms...Beneath it lie complex, clearly evoked characters, haunting descriptions of exotic planets, and a stirring story...[This book] ought to elevate Hopkinson to star status."--Seattle Times
"Spicy and distinctive, set forth in a thoroughly captivating Caribbean dialect."--Kirkus Reviews
"Hopkinson's rich and complex Carib English is...quite beautiful...believable, lushly detailed worlds...extremely well-drawn...Hopkinson owns one of the more important and original voices in SF."--Publishers Weekly
"Highly recommended."--Library Journal
"...employs Caribbean folk elements to tell a story that is by turns fantastic, allegorical and contemporary."--Washington Post