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Jordan Sonnenblick Writing Styles in After Ever After

Jordan Sonnenblick
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Style

Point of View

The book is in the first person from the limited perspective of Jeffery Alper. This limited perspective is vital to the twists near the end of the story. Jeffery and his best friend Tad are in eighth grade but Jeffery becomes somewhat self-absorbed after he establishes a relationship with Lindsey. With that change in focus, Jeffery misses signs that Tad is back in treatment for a new round of cancer and that Tad and Lindsey have staged a walk-out in protest of the standardized testing. Since Jeffery misses the planning of the walk-out and the signs that Tad has relapsed, the reader doesn't know these facts until near the end of the book. There are clues of these upcoming events and Jeffery relates those clues which helps the reader come to some basic conclusions. This is acceptable and appropriate for the story. The limitations means the...

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After Ever After from BookRags and Gale's For Students Series. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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