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Alyson Noël Writing Styles in Dark Flame

Alyson Noël
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view. This point of view allows the reader to know the intimate thoughts of the main character, but keeps the reader from the thoughts and emotions of the other characters in the novel. In this way, the reader develops an intimate relationship with the main character but is kept in the dark about the thoughts of the other characters until the main character learns what those might be.

The point of view of this novel works with the plot of this novel because this novel is basically an introspective of Ever and how she managed to become so wildly attracted to Roman, he biggest enemy. Hence, the first-person point of view allows the reader to see Ever's struggle from a front row seat. However, this point of view keeps the reader in the dark in regards to...

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