Joey Graceffa Writing Styles in Children of Eden: A Nove

Joey Graceffa
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Point of View

Children of Eden is written in first person from the perspective of Rowan, a teenager who lives in the self-contained city of Eden. Rowan is not a typical 16 year-old girl because she has spent her entire life sequestered in her home. That impacts her perspective because her life experiences are completely limited to what she learns through her computer, her school work, and what her family members tell her. She depends heavily on her twin brother, Ash, for information. She is desperate for him to give her more details about the everyday life he lives outside the house.

The limited perspective means the reader knows only what Rowan knows, and learns these facts only as she makes discoveries. The tone foreshadows her discovery that the Earth is not a dead, uninhabitable place as everyone in Eden believes, but the reader does not know this for...

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