Tara Brown Writing Styles in Born (Born Trilogy)

Tara Brown
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Point of View

Born is written in the first person point of view with Emma, the primary character, as the narrator. This method works well for this book because it enables the reader to experience everything that happens through Emma's own eyes. We know what she knows, we feel what she feels and we experience events in real time as they happen to her.

This technique also gives the author an opportunity to provide background as she sees fit, but only through Emma's point of view. As the novel progresses, we gradually learn more about her background, but only as she reflects on her father, grandmother, childhood and the world as it existed before the events of 2012 and after.

We also see the other characters through her eyes, which gives us only her perspective but hinders our ability to glimpse into their own thoughts and feelings, so we...

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