Suzanne Selfors Writing Styles in Coffeehouse Angel

Suzanne Selfors
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view. The narrator, Katrina Svenson, is a sixteen-year-old-girl who relates to the reader how she fought to save her grandmother's coffeehouse against a cruel business man. Katrina tells her story as though in a casual conversation with the reader, often inserting information that implies prior knowledge of the events that are yet to take place in the plot of the novel.

The point of view of this novel is appropriate to the plot because it creates a relationship between the main character and the reader that is intimate. The reader truly cares about what happens to Katrina as the novel progresses. This point of view also keeps the narration tight, not adding in the thoughts and actions of other characters that are not defined or explained by the main character, actions that might confuse the reader. This...

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