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Talk Talk
Talk Talk
Author: T. C. Boyle
The first time Bridger saw Dana she was dancing barefoot, her hair aflame in the red glow of the club, her body throbbing with rhythms and cross-rhythms that only she could hear. He was mesmerized. That night they were both deaf, mouthing to each other over the booming bass. And it was not until their first date, after he had agonized over what ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780143112150
ISBN-10: 0143112155
Publication Date: 6/26/2007
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 33 ratings
Publisher: Penguin (Non-Classics)
Book Type: Paperback
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Heartwarming love story; fascinating mystery. This well written book will carry you on an emotional journey. Do yourself a favor - read this book.
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T.C. Boyle is one of my favorite authors, he uncanny ability to write in the voice of his characters which makes each book unique as if written by different authors. Give him a try you will love it.
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This had such a great premise - and a great beginning, middle... it was only the end that fell a bit flat for me. Why have an epilogue if it doesn't wrap up the book? There was no justice in the way it ended... and did Bridger and Dana end up together in the end? It didn't seem like it, but I suppose there was enough leeway to hope... And did Peck ever go back to jail? And what about Natalia and Madison? It just felt very unfinished... unsatisfying in the end, which is such a shame because I really loved the rest of it. It was surprisingly exciting, filled with great writing... but without a better ending, it misses the greatness mark.