Paul Cooper

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All Our Broken Idols is Antonia Senior’s Book of the Month in The Times

23 June, 2020

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The Times‘ Antonia Senior has selected Paul Cooper’s All Our Broken Idols as her “Book of the Month”. Read their review here (paywall). All Our Broken Idols is out now. Buy your copy here or...

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“An Engrossing, Seamlessly Written Deliberation on the Enduring Power of Art.”

23 June, 2020

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The Mail on Sunday has reviewed Paul Cooper‘s All Our Broken Idols. “An engrossing, seamlessly written deliberation on the enduring power of art.” Read the full review here. All Our Broken...

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“Cooper’s Trips to Iraq and his Historical Interests […] Lend All Our Broken Idols Authenticity”

23 June, 2020

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The Observer has reviewed Paul Cooper‘s All Our Broken Idols. “Cooper’s trips to Iraq and his historical interests (he hosts the excellent Fall of Civilisations podcast) lend All Our Broken Idols authenticity. The...

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“Ambitious, Atmospheric Stuff”

15 June, 2020

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BBC History Magazine has reviewed Paul Cooper‘s All Our Broken Idols. “With its two female protagonists separated by more than 2,500 years of history, and its narrative strobing back and forth...

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“Richly Imagined”

26 May, 2020

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The Sunday Times has reviewed Paul Cooper‘s All Our Broken Idols. “In this richly imagined novel Cooper’s two narratives seem unconnected at first but striking parallels between them soon emerge.” All...

River of Ink

Paul Cooper Q&A

22 June, 2017

In: Author Events

Paul Cooper, author of River of Ink, will be part of a Q&A panel at Caxton Books & Gallery tomorrow evening. Click here for more information. Buy the UK edition...

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River of Ink is Book Of The Year

2 February, 2017

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River of Ink is “vivid and compelling” (Mail on Sunday). Paul Cooper “transports us to 13th-century Sri Lanka in this stunning debut. The cowardly Asanka spends his days writing love poetry...

BOOK OF THE YEAR

2 February, 2017

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River of Ink is “vivid and compelling”  (Mail on Sunday). Paul Cooper “transports us to 13th-century Sri Lanka in this stunning debut. The cowardly…

Bloomsbury Debut

26 January, 2017

In: News · Publishing News

UEA graduate Paul Cooper‘s debut novel, River of Ink, is out today in paperback! The hardback was released by Bloomsbury UK, US and India in January 2016 and received huge praise from The...

EXQUISITE DETAIL

10 January, 2017

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Author Samantha Shannon (The Song Rising) has named Paul Cooper’s River of Ink one of her top books of 2016…

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