Locke's Saving Rachel

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"I finished reading John Locke's Saving Rachel and must admit to having had an interesting reading experience. It was a book unlike any I had read with shifting viewpoints throughout - in the first-person narrative, I might add. I just became involved with the character of Sam Case and, as his mind became twisted and confused, the same thing was happening to me. As he stumbled through, trying to figure out what was happening to him, I was asking the same questions of myself. There were a few times I spoke aloud, in the dead of night, saying, ""What the heck is going on?""

John Locke has a unique writing style. He deliberately writes and interjects his own thoughts into the story. I also laughed at the humor which popped up throughout the
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