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Wish Her Safe at Home by Stephen Benatar
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Dec 28, 2010

it was amazing

Picked this up at random on a library bookshelf and want to give myself a pat on the back for doing so. Benatar subtly handles the ever-increasing delusions of Rachel Waring in such as way that the reader can identify with and wish to defend and protect her. The only sense of place that is sharp and clear for the reader stems from Rachel's interior world. The "real" world is indistinct--so much so that I had to keep reminding myself that it was set in the 1980s and not decades earlier. I also had to give up trying to construct a solid visual of Rachel since her physical descriptions came solely from her own perception and those that are (possibly) trying to manipulate her.


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Andreen Wow, I've never heard of this book, but your review sold me! You should get commission...you know, if I wasn't going to get it from the library.

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