Chelsea Fine Writing Styles in Anew

Chelsea Fine
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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is third person omniscient. The author tells the story through the eyes of several of the main characters, including Scarlet Jacobs and Tristan Archer. Scarlet’s point of view has something of the unreliable narrator to it because Scarlet has amnesia and cannot remember any of her past. Tristan’s narration is more to the point, but Tristan has things to hide, so he often thinks and speaks about things that the reader has no reference point for.

The point of view of this novel works well with the plot. The author tells her story in such a way that the reader cares what happens to the main characters. Scarlet’s struggle to understand her past without regaining her memories is a difficult one, but the author portrays it with a degree of clarity by allowing the reader...

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