An enjoyably light and humorous read that is also particularly meaningful for anyone who spends the greater part of their waking hours talking. Pronouncing words, forming sentences and issuing them forth, where they bounce off of, stick to the clothing of, and often enter the psyches of those within earshot. Could humanity possibly survive a day or two without this ubiquitous mechanism as the driving force for all action and reaction? One human does, and finds that she has entered her own psyche and wants to make herself more comfortable there. And all through the process interfacing perseveres, even prospers in its own way.