Tara Brown Writing Styles in Born to Fight

Tara Brown
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Point of View

Born to Fight is told in the first person with Emma, the main character, serving as narrator. This technique works well because the reader is able to experience the entire story from her point of view, which is critical to understanding this very complex character. It also enables the reader to see the other characters through Emma's eyes, but it prevents us from getting their thoughts, feelings and perspectives except through Emma's observations and perceptions.

Language and Meaning

Born to Fight is written in contemporary English using language that would be expected from the lead character and narrator. It reflects her young age, but also her extensive life experiences after having lived on her own in a dangerous world for the past decade.

The plot moves along at a steady pace, but the story is sometimes difficult to follow, particularly if the reader is not...

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