C. C. Hunter Writing Styles in Born at Midnight

C. C. Hunter
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Point of View

The story is written in third person but from the limited perspective of Kylie Galen. The limited perspective is necessary in order to maintain the twists and surprises of the book. For example, Kylie spends some time with Derek and fear that Derek is manipulating her emotions to make her like him more than she really does. Kylie confesses this fear to Holiday and Holiday assures her she doesn't believe Derek would do that. Kylie wants to believe what she feels for Derek is genuine as well but the reader is never given any indication from Derek's perspective whether this is the case. There is a scene near the end of the book in which the perspective seems to shift for a moment. Kylie and Derek are attacked at the wildlife refuge and the reader sees someone trying to revive Kylie. It seems the perspective has...

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