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on August 15, 2006
Insightful read on the communication challenges of both the deaf and the "normal". A grim look at identity theft however even grimmer is Boyle's take on police and the selfishness of the self centered, namely Dana.
Upon reading one wonders whom the victims really are. You want to feel sorry for the main character Dana but really can't due to her stubborness and drive to get to her end at any cost.
Meanwhile, the supportive boyfriend Bridger gets the short end of the stick more than once. All this just for trying to do the honourable thing?