Talk Dirty to Me

Talk Dirty to Me Growing up it felt like she was meant to be ashamed of her sexuality Girls aren t supposed to want those things right With grand visions of sexual empowerment Emma decides to try being an operator f

  • Title: Talk Dirty to Me
  • Author: Luke Howard
  • ISBN: 9781935233374
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Paperback
  • Growing up it felt like she was meant to be ashamed of her sexuality Girls aren t supposed to want those things, right With grand visions of sexual empowerment, Emma decides to try being an operator for a sex hotline But there s a gaping wound between those visions and reality.

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      Published :2019-06-22T08:23:09+00:00

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    309 thoughts on “Talk Dirty to Me”



    1. Fast read, read it in the bookstore. LOVED the graphics. Loved how the main character overcame her embarrassment of her sexuality and embraced it.


    2. 4.5 stars. This was a very compelling story with fantastic artwork akin to Box Brown. An exploration of the protagonist's sexuality and a great character study. I had a friend who worked as a phone sex operator, so I can verify that the general tone of this book is accurate.


    3. I read this for the Read Harder Challenge's micropress category. It was an intriguing premise - a woman who I guess felt sexually repressed moves to a new city and gets a job as a sex hotline operator. I think I would have rather read the book that Emma dreamed she might write in this novel.


    4. An interesting book that begins one way, the story of a sex phone worker, and turns out to be a more intimate narrative of self-awareness. Luke Howard is known more for his shorter-form work, and, to some degree, this book has an episodic and almost composite feel to it.



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