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Alaya Dawn Johnson
Alaya (pronounced ah-lie-ah) lives, writes, cooks and (perhaps most importantly) eats in New York City. Her literary loves are all forms of speculative fiction, historical fiction, and the occasional highbrow novel. Her culinary loves are all kinds of ethnic food, particularly South Indian, which... show more

Alaya (pronounced ah-lie-ah) lives, writes, cooks and (perhaps most importantly) eats in New York City. Her literary loves are all forms of speculative fiction, historical fiction, and the occasional highbrow novel. Her culinary loves are all kinds of ethnic food, particularly South Indian, which she feels must be close to ambrosia. She graduated from Columbia University in 2004 with a BA in East Asian Languages and Cultures, and has lived and traveled extensively in Japan.(And you can email me, too: alaya [a t] alayadawnjohnson [d o t] com)
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My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 2 years ago
This wasn’t exactly the novel I was hoping it would be. The side stories by the different authors were nothing to scream about, I didn’t think, but the main story about the ten delinquents left out in the woods for three days was what, had my attention. I wanted more of this story, I wanted to know ...
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt rated it 3 years ago
So I really love zombies. And I also think unicorns are pretty cool. Therefore, I really thought I would enjoy this anthology. However, reading it was really a struggle for me. I really didn't like the first few stories. They all had the same problems which were that they were too long, very dull,...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 4 years ago
This entry into the Tremontaine series is to set up the characters. I enjoy the fact that Micah is a girl, and a character type that is usually done as a boy. Enjoyable start by fantasy's Jane Austen (with more swords than weddings).
Burgoo
Burgoo rated it 4 years ago
Romance and adventure in the chocolate trade. Big Fun
Grac's Never-ending TBR Pile of Doom
The end of season 1 of Tremontaine, since there's going to be more episodes in October, sees a number of story-lines come to fruition and also sets up cliffhangers for season 2. In 'A Tale of Two Ladies', the truth about Diane and her origins comes out. As I'd suspected from the comment made about...
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