Banality of Words [NOOK Book]

Overview

Banality of Words is an urban story that reminds the reader of the transitory and fickle nature of love of the idle rich who prefer the frothy whipping cream on the cake rather than the cake itself. It’s a banal existence that scratches at the surface of life.


“The deliberate construction of an illusion often lasts longer than the real thing,” says a character named Steve.

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Banality of Words

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Overview

Banality of Words is an urban story that reminds the reader of the transitory and fickle nature of love of the idle rich who prefer the frothy whipping cream on the cake rather than the cake itself. It’s a banal existence that scratches at the surface of life.


“The deliberate construction of an illusion often lasts longer than the real thing,” says a character named Steve.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011445989
  • Publisher: Alex Markman
  • Publication date: 8/5/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 258 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2012

    good book

    Aubu1964
    Barbara was on her yacht and she had a friend named Nancy. It would take her two hours to get to the village where she was going to meet two couples family friends so to speak. She had sold her business. She had no friends since she had left the business. She was paying to much attention to hand some men which was her habit now. She had made it to the sportsman's Inn restaurant. Betty had ordered their meals and it was an rustic. Barbara had to rest and she was reading, Jeff and Barbara ran to his hotel it had started pouring . He got towels to dry Barbara off. She was naked now and she was now his. They had sex now in his room. She had gone to Florida with Jeff and the note wrote a not saying that this was a little fling was over and she wrote him a check for 40,000. THen she had visited her mother. She had found that she was pregnant. She had told Leon that she was pregnant and he had hung up the phone. It was a healthy baby boy. Steve had called her as a friend and he told her that Leon was very sick and had cancer. Barbara had drove an hour to Long Island to see Leon. He cried and Steve had changed his will before he had died. Jim had retired after Leon died. She had all Leon's money and the house too. This novel was a sad towards that end of the novel. I enjoyed it though. ShelleyMA

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    Posted August 29, 2011

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