Vox Author:Nicholson Baker Vox is the story of two voices, his and hers: two strangers who, having met on a telephone chat-line, switch to a private, one-on-one connection -- and find it impossible to hang up. Literate, contemporary, erotic, Vox is certain to be a classic of bedside reading.
The master of literary nazel gazing here is a relatively short novel about, well, a phone sex conversation basically. Within this structure of two people who will never meet who just want to get off Baker does a lot. It is surprisingly readable and sort of erotic in a strange way.