The column makes no mention of a fee to be paid for such reviews, but offers a list of books in need of a critical eye, including: "Then Are the Children Free," Sylvia Klope Eller, Vantage Press; "Zan-Gah, A Prehistoric Adventure," Allan Richard Shickman, Earthshaker
Books; "When Technology Fails, A Manual for Self-Reliance & Planetary Survival," Matthew Stein, Chelsea Green Publishing; "Fiona Finds the Son," Andrea Byers, Linda Roesch (illustrations), Flower Kingdom Fables and CMC Publishing; and "Punishment and Sacrifice," John Reid, Lulu.
After all, September 11--not the President's speeches thereafter--was the emotional and political earthshaker
in the hearts and minds of the American people.
Three people suffered broken bones after going on a fairground ride called the Earthshaker
PAUL `High Gate' Masterson is back with The Earthshaker
(NuLife) - another blast of banging Trance from the Judge Jules mate.
With his tender vocals wrapped in pyschedelic haze, he's far from an earthshaker
but Honey And The Moon and You Are The Dark offer balmy musical comfort.
The chief earthshaker
was an eccentric logician named Richard Whately, and Newman became his admiring disciple: "He was the first who taught me to weigh my words, and to be cautious in my statements.
Odysseus, ever verbally adept, is not above punning to himself: "I know the Earthshaker
has an odd dislike for Odysseus" (emphasis mine; 71).
There was a considerable earthquake which made one realise that the old earthshaker
Zeus was still around.
Groundbreakers and Earthshakers
is also set for a showing at the Python Gallery, Gosford Street, Middlesbrough.
And, although I'm a graduate of Harvard Business School, I had never realized before--and still don't--that the decision to launch the Harvard Business Review in 1922 and to set up the HBS Fund in 1949 were earthshakers
for Harvard Business School or any other school.