Amelia Atwater-Rhodes Writing Styles in Demon in My View

Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
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Point of View

"Demon in My View" is written in the third person omniscient point of view. In this novel, the author uses Jessica, Aubrey, and Caryn as narrating characters. Each character shares with the reader their thoughts, feelings, and action throughout the novel. In this way, the reader is able to see the plot not only from one character's point of view, but several points of view.

The third person omniscient point of view is often used in modern literature. In this novel, the author does a fairly good job of warning the reader when a new character takes over narration. However, the author switches around somewhat unpredictably, making it a little confusing for the reader to follow the narration of the plot. The author does tell an interesting story that might be different if she had not used more than one narrator, therefore the point of view...

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