The Voyeur's Motel

The Voyeur's Motel ꝑ [PDF]-Free Read Online ⠢ The Voyeur's Motel Ѷ ePUB By Gay Talese म Praise for The Voyeurs Motel Named a Best Book of the Year by the Daily Mail Event Critics Selection This book flipped nearly all of my switches as a reader Its a strange, melancholy, morally complex, grainy, often appalling and sometimes bleakly funny book, one that casts a spell not dissimilar to that cast by Janet Malcolms The Journalist and the Murderer Gripping Talese lays out what he knows and does not know in sentences that are as crisp as good Windsor knots He expresses his qualms, but trusts the reader to come to his or her own conclusions An intense book.Dwight Garner, New York Times Informative and intriguing I was enlightened and entertained by The Voyeurs Motel Washington Post This is a weird book about weird people doing weird things, and I wouldnt have put it down if the house were on fire Washington Times Whether Gerald Foos is telling the complete truth is almost beside the point The Voyeur is so fascinating a characterinsightful, observant and amoralthat the reader becomes caught up in his story Providence Journal If youve ever wanted your inner voyeur to run free, vicariously at least, then The Voyeurs Motel is for you Motel delves deeply into the taboo world with no holds barred and no excuses The type of unflinching New Journalism that Talese helped found three decades ago Jackson Clarion Ledger Pioneering reporter Gay Talese tells the ultimate surveillance story in The Voyeurs Motel Talesea master of elegant, understated proseuses an objective reportorial style to tell the voyeurs story, and its the right approach for a narrative that requires no extra spice An unforgettable book BookPage Foos is revealed as a singularly pervy, grandiose, and strangely eloquent weirdo who would be irresistible to any writer, let alone one as talented, patient, and thoughtful as Talese Those seeking a uniquely discomfiting journey couldnt find a better pair of reprobates with whom to cast their lot Booklist Undoubtedly creepy and unnerving but also an entirely compelling slice of seamy American life Kirkus Reviews starred review A truly shocking story Not your typical beach book, perhaps, but you may want to read this compulsive page turnerwhich raises all sorts of fascinating journalistic, moral and legal issuesunder cover of an umbrella Barnes A provocative and compelling story Midwest Book Review Talese is a master at finding and reporting intimate matters in a clean, fine prose style so that the pages fly by Thus the odd subject of Taleses book is transparently manifest, without a biased or judgmental eye, all the better to reveal what Foos has done Psychodynamic Psychiatry An unsettling read Fooss notes offer a long term glimpse into the sex lives of Americans Macleans Canada The Voyeurs Motel had me hooked Its an unsettling book, like being trapped in a hall of mirrors The reader observes Talese observing Foos observing his guests It might make you lose your bearings, but at the same time its completely mesmerising, and often darkly funny, too Daily Mail UK Event Critics Best Books of the Year An eye popping book Completely riveting from start to finish Darkly comical It is by turns fascinating and illuminating, very creepy and very funny, and will live in my memory long after many doggedly accurate works have vanished into thin air Mail on Sunday UK A riveting page turner Short and brisk, it tells a compellingly sordid story, and Foos is one fascinating dude The book is compulsively readable Winnipeg Free PressGay Talese was born in Ocean City, New Jersey, in 1932, to Italian immigrant parents He attended the University of Alabama, and after graduating was hired as a copyboy at the New York Times.After a brief stint in the army, Talese returned to the New York Times in 1956 Since then he has written for numerous publications, including Esquire, the New Yorker, Newsweek, and Harpers Magazine It was these articles that led Tom Wolfe to credit Gay Talese with the creation of an inventive form of nonfiction writing called The New Journalism.Taleses bestselling books have dealt with the history and influence of the New York Times The Kingdom and the Power the inside story of a Mafia family Honor Thy Father his fathers immigration to America from Italy in the years preceding World War II Unto the Sons and the changing moral values of America in the period between World War II and the AIDS epidemic Thy Neighbors Wife.Gay Talese lives with his wife, Nan, in New York City. 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  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • B01DPRZMNY
  • Gay Talese
  • English
  • 27 April 2017