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Too many storylines made for a book that did not match its promise. It was initially engaging as a novel about identity theft with the protagonist deaf. Read morePublished 10 months ago by "Belgo Geordie"
One common complaint about other Boyle books is that he does not create very sympathetic characters. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Thomas
TCB is, of course, a flat out genius. While most people seen to think that Talk Talk was a bit of a misfire, it's actually my favorite of his books. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Paul Voorhies
This book was riveting all throughout, to the point that I wanted to shred the book just so I could feel like Peck, the egomaniacal identity thief, would die along with my... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Alexander M. Moir
This is the first time I've ever felt like reviewing a book. Actually, it is more of a warning to potential readers. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mark
Great story. A deaf woman tries to explain herself but is ignored and tossed in jail. I'm not telling any more. Read it yourself.Published 15 months ago by Rhea Smith
This was a beautiful and thoughtful entrance into how the worlds and cultures of the deaf and hearing worlds collide. Mr. Boyle does not disappoint.Published 17 months ago by debra covert mcgrath
It was a real learning experience to be inside the mind of a deaf woman. I find it hard to put any TC Boyle book down, but this one ran down the battery of my kindle!Published 18 months ago by Ms. Linda Lake
I stopped reading when the character Dana gets her identity thief's driver's license in the mail. Boyle goes out of his way to explain that California will let you renew by mail if... Read morePublished on January 10, 2012 by A guy from Philly