Brenda Cooper has written a strong and engaging book. I found her characterizations credible because she used no blatant archetypes: I probably know someone like almost everyone in the book, including the "altered" teens.
Brenda Cooper has written a strong and engaging book. There is no arch-villain, instead the teens face prejudice from influential adults. She deftly handles the questions of "who do you trust," "who do you love," and "who do you tolerate.
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The Silver Ship and the Sea is a young-adult science-fiction novel by Brenda Cooper, published in 2007. In 2008, it won the Endeavour Award, and was also one of Booklist's Adult Books for Young Adults Winners. The Silver Ship and the Sea is the first book in a series. The other two books are Reading the Wind and Wings of Creation. Critical response to The Silver Ship and the Sea was generally positive. Writing in Analog, Richard Foss criticized the pacing of the next book, "Reading the Wind".
Sunlight streamed in the kitchen window, promising a bright fall day. I sat down, reaching for a plate of toast and goat cheese. Tom’s eyes sparkled, as if he had some great secret. I thought we’d go out and spread your parents’ ashes. Get out of town for the day, take a ride. Nava’s lips turned down in a fine hard line. We haven’t ridden the whole perimeter since the quake. We declared today a personal day. This is something personal that needs to be done.
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Brenda Cooper is a futurist who works with Glen Hiemstra at Futurist. She's the co-author of the novel, Building Harlequin's Moon, which she wrote with Larry Niven.
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Brenda Cooper’s Fremont’s Children series launches with her award-winning novel The Silver Ship and the Sea. Cooper explores what it means to be so different that others feel they must oppress you. Six genetically enhanced children are stranded on the colony planet Fremont in a war between genetic purists and those that would tinker with the code. Orphaned, the children have few remnants of their heritage other than an old woman who was left for abandoned at the end of the war, and a mysterious silver ship that appears to have no doors
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