The dogs of Babel

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Little, Brown, 2003 - Accident victims - 388 pages
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After the death of his wife from a fall from a tree, a linguistics professor tries to teach his dog--the sole witness of her death--how to speak so he can learn if her death was accident or suicide.

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Left Me Speechless(Literaly)

User Review  - simplewriter - Borders

I can't find the words that would describe exactly how I feel about this novel; But I can easily say that this is a definite Top Five read for me. I feel so connected to the characters, and feel for ... Read full review

touching but not sad story about suicide & grief

User Review  - Jen H - Borders

I've read this book twice, after a friend committed suicide. The story follows the main character working through the stages of grief. It offers glimpses into the mindset of a character who has ... Read full review

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