Kink by Kathe Koja
A Novel

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Koja's uncanny blend of eroticism and gothic hallucination, her unabashed readiness to take on the larger issues of the human condition, and her sheer lyricism as a prose stylist have set an ambitious standard by which other writers of her generation must be judged. Kink explores the many dazzling facets of obsession--intellectual, emotional, and sexual--created and refracted by the ever-changing dynamics of a three-way relationship between a man and two women. Author readings.

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Novelist Kathe Koja was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1960. Koja's novel, The Cipher, won the 1991 Philip K. Dick Award for best first novel published in paperback and the 1992 Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel. She also authored Bad Brains, Skin, and Strange Angels.
Published June 1, 1996 by Henry Holt & Co. 278 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Obsessed with Lena even after her betrayal, he compulsively tracks down her acquaintances, from space-cadet sculptor Edie to filmmaker Annemarie, and finally the powerful, aging Saul, who starred with Lena in Annemarie's XXX- rated ``art film'' Peril, gaining an ugly but consistent picture of her...

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