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Kaia

Kaia

Feminist Killjoy. Badly Behaving Bookliker. Writer and reader of all things speculative. 

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The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer
Michelle Hodkin
Diablo III: Storm of Light
Nate Kenyon
Progress: 133/341 pages
Neuromancer
William Gibson
A Taste of Blood Wine
Freda Warrington
Progress: 380/501 pages
Ancillary Justice
Ann Leckie
The Enemy (The Enemy #1)
Charlie Higson
The Night Circus
Erin Morgenstern
Perdition
Ann Aguirre
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Nate Kenyon
William Gibson
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Freda Warrington
Ann Leckie
Charlie Higson
Erin Morgenstern
Ann Aguirre
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Bullet Review:What an utter disappointment. Childhood Me is sitting in a corner, sobbing. Adult Me is just totally amused at ...
November 2014
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url: An Important Rule of Thumb For Everyone. Yes, EVERYONE.
www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/10/29/r-word-advocacy_n_6064196.html
Kaia has completed BookLikes 2014 Reading Challenge!
Kaia has read 52 book(s) out of 50 books in
2014 Reading Challenge
Completed 104.0%
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This is the first of Melina Marchetta's books I've read, although I have seen 'Looking for Alibrandi' and I quite enjoyed it....
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text: Olga Filina of The Rights Factory Threatens Legal Action to Silence Me
Yesterday, I made a post about my rather unfortunate experiences as the client of one Olga Filina of the Rights Factory. Toda...
October 2014
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text: It Happened to Me: My Year with a Terrible Agent
I've been wondering for a while now whether I should go public with this. I know that a lot of people, when they have major p...
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In ten words or less: It's a horrible, terrible book and you should read it. Ayn Rand's 1168 page behemoth is listed under ...