Barbara Nickless Writing Styles in Ambush (Sydney Rose Parnell)

Barbara Nickless
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Point of View

This novel is told from the first person point of view of Sydney, the heroine of the story. Sydney refers to herself as “I” in the novel indicating that she is writing about her own experiences. She writes only what she hears, sees, feels, or experiences. She has no insight into what others are hearing, seeing, feeling, or experiencing unless they tell her through conversation. Because the story is told by Sydney as a first-person narrator, Sydney is present for all parts of the story from her experiences in Mexico City to the encounter with the Alpha at Valor Industries.

The first person narration is a good choice for this novel because it allows Sydney to tell her story in her own words. The reader understands exactly how Sydney feels when her boyfriend tells her that he does not think he can forgive her for...

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