C. J. Redwine Writing Styles in Defiance (Courier's Daughter)

C. J. Redwine
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first person point of view. The narrators of this novel are both Rachel and Logan. The author begins each chapter with the name of the narrator so that the reader is not confused as to who is telling the story at that point. By using two narrators, the author allows the reader to see and know things that are important to the plot but may be unknown to one or the other of the narrators.

The first person point of view is a very intimate point of view that draws the reader deeply into the mind and emotions of the character who acts as narrator. In using this point of view, the author develops a very close relationship between reader and narrators, creating a situation in which the reader is invested in what happens to the narrators. For this...

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