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text 2018-12-27 04:45
Reading progress update: I've read 100%.
Beyond Shame - Kit Rocha

Liked it well enough. The dystopian setting was interesting, though I'd have liked more background on it. I wasn't as interested in the main couple--Noelle and Jasper--as I was some of the other characters. I'll likely go a bit further in the series at some point as I have the next two and a collection of novellas, I think. I picked them up on sale or free or something. It was awhile ago, I don't really remember now. I just know I have them, lol.

 

I'm probably going to rate this one three stars.

 

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Book:  Read any fiction/non-fiction about tolerance or a book that’s outside your normal comfort zone.  (Tolerance can encompass anything you generally struggle with, be it sentient or not.) OR Read a book set in Paris.

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text 2018-12-26 06:38
Reading progress update: I've read 69%.
Beyond Shame - Kit Rocha
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text 2018-12-23 06:13
Reading progress update: I've read 48%.
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text 2018-12-20 20:43
Reading progress update: I've read 1%.
Beyond Shame - Kit Rocha

Using this for:

 

 

Book:  Read any fiction/non-fiction about tolerance or a book that’s outside your normal comfort zone.  (Tolerance can encompass anything you generally struggle with, be it sentient or not.) OR Read a book set in Paris.

 

I've never really read any erotica, though a couple of romances I've read in the past have maybe tiptoed up to the line, almost. I'm gonna give it a shot.

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review 2018-10-30 10:52
It Does Things: "Persona & Shame" by Ingmar Bergman
Persona and Shame: The Screenplays of Ingmar Bergman - Ingmar Bergman



(Original Review, 2002)



Bergman: "Would care for some ... tea?"

(Violent, frightening music. Camera closes in on Andersson's face. Her eyes grow wide and her lips tremble.)

Andersson: "T-t-t-tea? Oh, no, I mustn't."

Bergman: "It's oolong. Don't be frightened."

Andersson: "It does things. I've heard stories."

 

 

If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review.

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