mobi ↠ Vox by Nicholson Baker Paperback read ¶ nicholson baker

mobi Vox by Nicholson Baker

mobi ↠ Vox by Nicholson Baker Paperback read ¶ nicholson baker Ñ A man and a woman strangers to each other residents of distant cities have both called an adult party line Finding each other's voice attractive they soon switch to a private one to one connection Their seduction through conversation beginA man and a woman strangers to each other residents of distant cities have both called an a The format and premise of this book is definitely going to be memorable for me I read it because i'm currently in monkey brain mode after restore me and I can only handle easy uick smutty books This book certainly delivered My main thought about this book is I wish I would've read it for a book club I have so many thoughts and uestions bumping around my head and I almost wish I had a professor teaching it to me so I could fully delve into the subtleties and read in between the lines Jim was such an interesting narrator and even by the end of the book I couldn't decide if he was creepy or respectable My only complaints are that sometimes the anecdotes the characters share are too dragged out and become cumbersome and also for a book that takes place eually between two callers it seems very male centric I wanted Abby's sex life to be fleshed out just as much as Jim's but he took up a lot of the real estate on the call Maybe i'll lower my rating of this book the it settles but I did enjoy my reading experience I underlined a lot of uotes about sex and porn that made me think

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One connection Their seduction through conversation begins hesitantly and then becomes erot Do you know why emoticons exist The theory in psychology is that a large portion of communication is nonverbal and an even larger portion of this is actually specifically facial So what happens when you take seeing someone out of the picture I liked your voice What are you wearing which hand and that sort of thing I am left to wonder if perhaps phone sex party lines might be the reason men can no longer read body language Gentleman crossed arms means don't approach This book is interesting in the sense that it takes place in a very small moment of time Perhaps I missed the long craze but growing up I remember chat rooms and phone lines becoming a very big deal and I mean they actually do still exist I totally see commercials for them but people don't use them in the same way Not that people stopped hooking up what with skype and all it seems silly that they shouldn't get a nice view as well So this book carries with it a sense of nostalgia and innocence yeah I said that There is something pure about the characters stepping away from the men asking about bra size and yes the book is one long sexual fantasy but it isn't one that is terribly out of the ordinary except perhaps the part about the painters Where the french attempt to go bigger brasher and Baker gives us only what truly exists for two people in the moment they exist This is something anyone could have done maybe ten years ago Before ASL and suicidegirls On the other hand this is one of those books I take on the subway and then pray that someone isn't reading over my shoulder It happens I had to stop reading de sade on the subway because of it

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Vox by Nicholson BakDult party line Finding each other's voice attractive they soon switch to a private one to I liked this Right now it’s 1151PM later when the review is complete and I would rather be munching a shellfish platter than writing this review but here goes That was not an innuendo in case you were worried However it is a little known fact that men are attracted to oysters as it’s the closest they can get to cunnilingus in food form I was told this at a marine snack shack in Orkney So Two people dial a sex chat line switch to a private room and have a natural conversation that culminates in mutual masturbation That is Vox I think we can safely say without a moment’s hesitation this book is Romeo Juliet for the postmodern age Right It’s now 1154PM I’m off to bed I liked this