Lynne Ewing Writing Styles in Daughters of the Moon: The Lost One - Book #6

Lynne Ewing
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Point of View

The Lost One takes the point of view of a third person narrator who is not omniscient, but rather tells the story from the perspective of the book's main character, Tianna Moore. The reader has the benefit of knowing the thoughts and feelings experienced by Tianna throughout the novel, but the thoughts of the other characters are known only through dialogue that involves them or through Tianna's impressions and observations.

Tianna is involved in each chapter of the book, including the prologue although the reader does not yet know that she is the girl described in that section. The point of view taken by the author is important to the novel because it gives the reader an opportunity to learn things at the same time Tianna learns them. In the beginning of the book, Tianna is a blank slate with no memories, so the character is...

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