- Paperback: 262 pages
- Publisher: John Locke Books, LLC (November 22, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1937656098
- ISBN-13: 978-1937656096
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 135 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,955,805 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Sorority Girl Paperback – November 22, 2016
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"Sorority Girl" is one of his non-serial books, and details the exploits of a very crafty beautiful 22 year old girl who proves to be one twisted but brilliant anti-heroine. It is not good to give any more away, as Locke's books as always move at lightning speed, one turn and surprise after another, keeping the reader glued to his or her seat until the end, which, in his style, could continue on a million different ways.
Suffice it to say Locke abhors the usual bad guy/good guy standoff and the cliche ending, where (usually) the hero or heroine comes close to death before in true Scooby Doo style we see justice preserved. In Locke's world, Scooby Doo endings have no use.
Best of all, if you sign up on his website, Locke always gives his fan base a heads up and offers his newest titles at a great discount, .99 cents! He is a great, funny and twisted writer, but has a golden reputation for answering all fan emails, and truly saluting the lives of us working class people, the ones who really make the world work.
"Sorority Girl" is a fine book, and if you're new to John Locke, let me suggest you start with the first Donovan Creed novel, "Lethal People" and read those books in order, and as an aside, do the same with the Emmett Love western series, which are the weirdest westerns you'll ever read. Locke is a personal favorite of mine, and this book is just the latest in a fine body of work.
Meaning, I tend to look at books a wee bit differently
than most readers.
My reading therefore covers most genres and I also
have a few authors that I look for.
John Locke, is one of the ones I enjoy seeing what comes
Most of the time I give his books 4 or 5 stars, but I have also
dropped some down to 3 stars, if I don't believe it is up to his
I thoroughly enjoyed, Sorority Girl.
The plot twists were right on target and kept the reader off
balance from beginning to end.
Dialogue was funny and edgy, with the typical John Locke
sarcasm thrown in.
I don't give spoilers in my reviews, as they take away the author's
story telling thunder, and that is paramount to stealing.
Like John Locke or not, he knows what he is doing.