wait and listen to the voices and turn to the sound of the voices and thought that the doctors were ignoring the voices plotting to hurt her. She learned to identify her emotions before the voices came out. Dr. Doller begins with chapter twenty-five. There was a medication that could either help with the voices or could possibly kill her. Lori started worrying about her father in chicago because it was snowing and she didn’t want the plane to crash because it would be her fault. She started to believe that she was hurting the people around her so if her father died on the plane she would believe it was her fault. Dr. Doller tried to talk to her that it wouldn’t be her fault if the plane crashed. She had told her Lori had no control over that. Chapter twenty-six is told in the point of view of Nancy, Lori’s mother. Her mother was so furious with her because Lori was punching things and hurting herself. Lori would get so mad at times screaming that she hated her parents and they would need to leave. Chapter twenty-seven goes back to Lori’s point of view. She was on a new medication which slowly increased as the weeks went on. The voices were getting fainter and she was saying she was being set free. She finally said she wants to live. She doesn’t want to kill herself anymore. Everything was going back to normal. She wanted to help others and help herself get better as she was doing. Dr. Fisher was leaving the hospital and Lori was saying she was leaving her because she thought she was a lost cause. Dr. Doller became Lori’s therapist and Lori was discharged and was moving into a halfway house. I like the way this novel ends because it shows that hardship Lori went through throughout her life and by the end she shows us how she overcame those obstacles and made a life for herself. Lori is a teacher at the hospital and she has the special key that no patient could
ever touch or use.
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- Fall '15
- Davina Brown
- Schizophrenia, Psychiatric hospital, Hallucination, Lori S. Lori S.