Andrew Klavan Writing Styles in The Last Thing I Remember

Andrew Klavan
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The Last Thing I Remember by Andrew Klavan is a novel written entirely in the first person from the perspective of the main character, Charlie West. The perspective is reliable and is proven in chapter after chapter as Charlie struggles first to recall how he came to find himself secured to a chair and then over and over again after he escapes. Charlie's feelings are explored as he almost gives up the will to continue fighting, and again as he discovers he has lost a year of his life. All of this is compounded by the accusation that he not only killed his best friend Alex, but then was convicted and subsequently escaped custody. Charlie continues his emotional workout after meeting Jane.

Jane is a homeless woman who is being attacked by a man with a knife. Charlie intervenes and as a result he is befriended...

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