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  • n. Plural form of bonkbuster.


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  • On the flip side -- let's work on getting "bonkbusters" into every issue of the Guide.

    "Deceptively simple"

  • Anonymous said ... the bonkbusters comment had some merit. is part of the reason for overuse of words that the words we'd like to use are too informal for a print review? can you call a book wicked cool? way out there? can you say this one rocked?

    "Deceptively simple"

  • As with all good bonkbusters, the romances are all predictable and there's lots of sex.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • These bonkbusters aren't high literature, but I love them.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • She speaks of the considerable amount of regional pride and burning desire to deliver novels the reading public will fall in love with, rather than eclectic literary novels or ghost-written bonkbusters by Jordan.

    The Guardian World News

  • But, as with Manby, it was her idea to switch to bonkbusters.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Another former chick-lit author, Anna Maxted, has also reinvented herself, as Sasha Blake, in order to write bonkbusters - a form she's always admired.

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  • As people can easily get through several bonkbusters on the average beach holiday, again publishers are going to be wary of letting their best-selling gold-leaf embossed titles go for part of a $20/month subscription when they can get $10 or more for an individual title that barely lasts a few days.


  • all Ayn Rand's characters have names like movie stars in Jackie Collins bonkbusters.

    Atlas Bugged

  • "I'm a sucker for chick-lit and I noticed bonkbusters were back.

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