Lynsay Sands Writing Styles in A Bite to Remember

Lynsay Sands
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Point of View

The novel is written from the point of view of an omniscient narrator. The Narrator can see and recounts everything that is happening when Jackie and Vincent are around but cannot see what the saboteur is doing or even who it is. The narrator is able to tell the reader what the characters are thinking and even how their facial expressions and body language contribute to their feelings. Though the narrator can see everything that is happening when Jackie and Vincent are around, he cannot see what happens when they are not.

What the reader doesn't get from the narrative, he is able to get from the dialogue between the characters. Sometimes the characters are having their minds read and even plant thoughts into each others minds. As such, the narrator makes it possible to see this non-verbal communication between the characters but most of the...

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