Laurie Faria Stolarz Writing Styles in Deadly Little Secret

Laurie Faria Stolarz
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Point of View

Laurie Faria Stolarz tells her novel "Deadly Little Secret" in the first-person perspective in the form of her main character and protagonist, Camelia Hammond. This is done because the events of the novel are fast-paced, revolve mainly around Camelia, and involve her thought process. In third-person narration, there is an objective quality to the storytelling. In first-person narration, the reader subjectively shares the intimate thoughts and feelings of the character telling the story. It also allows the reader to discover the motives and ideas of the character who is narrating, and this is especially important in "Deadly Little Secret" given the mystery and romance that swirl around Camelia.

Setting

The setting of the novel "Deadly Little Secrets" occurs in and around Freetown High School, and the town of Freetown (no state is given). The setting of the novel works perfectly, because it conjures up images of...

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