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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.”
“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.”
“Benighted" is a term he used to describe Mormons.”
“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.”
“Lawrence Eagleburger dropped the perfect one-word description of Dick Cheney: Benighted.”
“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.”
“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.”
“Benighted alternate title: Bareback by Kit Whitfield is one of the most original werewolf novels I've ever read.”
““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.”
“Benighted Russians lined up outside insolvent banks, hoping to get their money out.”
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