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  • In Great Waters by Kit Whitfield (Del Rey Trade Paperback 10/27/2009) – Owen read/reviewed Kit’s first novel Bareback (aka Benighted in the US) and interviewed her back in 2007 and reviewed In Great Waters a few months ago.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • In Great Waters by Kit Whitfield (Del Rey Paperback 10/27/2009) – Owen read/reviewed Kit’s first novel Bareback (aka Benighted in the US) and interviewed her back in 2007 and reviewed In Great Waters a few months ago.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • "Benighted" is a term he used to describe Mormons.

    A Motley Vision

  • Benighted European politicians seem determined to discourage certain innovations in food technology even when the rest of the world stands as living — and eating — proof of their safety.

    The Cloned Cow Has Left the Barn

  • Lawrence Eagleburger dropped the perfect one-word description of Dick Cheney: Benighted.

    Cheney admits Saddam-9/11 link was bunk (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Unknown to him, Barbara had written her own reportage of Liberia: Land Benighted (reissued in 1981 as Too Late to Turn Back) is a masterpiece of comic observation and mock-heroic misadventure.

    Shades of Greene: One Generation of an English Family by Jeremy Lewis

  • Benighted inventors regularly propose ways to obtain unlimited energy from perpetual motion machines that violate the Second Law of Thermodynamics, for example, and a group called the Flat Earth Society insisted until at least 2001 that our planet was not round.

    Europe Is Crazy About (Cloned) Food

  • Benighted alternate title: Bareback by Kit Whitfield is one of the most original werewolf novels I've ever read.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • “Benighted” (aka “Bareback” in the UK — apparently the American publisher thought that was too naughty) by Kit Whitfield, a regular commenter at Slacktivist: In this dystopian urban fantasy, werewolves are the normal ones and ordinary humans (those born “bareback”) are social outcasts.

    Giveaway: Turn Coat by Jim Butcher

  • Benighted Russians lined up outside insolvent banks, hoping to get their money out.

    Russian Roulette

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