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Vintage Books, 1992 - Fiction - 165 pages
19 Reviews
Baker has written a novel that remaps the territory of sex--solitary and telephonic, lyrical and profane, comfortable and dangerous. Written in the form of a phone conversation between two strangers, Vox is an erotic classic that places the author in the first rank of America's major writers. Reading tour.

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Review: Vox

User Review  - Christopher - Goodreads

So the entire novel is a phone conversation held between a man and a woman who found each other on a sex hotline. It's supremely unsexy, so if you're looking for porn, look elsewhere. But it is at ... Read full review

Review: Vox

User Review  - Varyanne Sika - Goodreads

This book was too much for my timid mind. Phone sex. Safe sex. Sex. Loneliness? Forging a connection over the telephone...detailed descriptions of a common type of auto-eroticism; masturbation ... Read full review

About the author (1992)

Nicholson Baker has published five novels–The Mezzanine, Room Temperature, Vox, The Fermata, and The Everlasting Story of Nory–and two works of nonfiction, U and I and The Size of Thoughts. He lives with his wife and two children in Maine.

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