Pam Munoz Ryan Writing Styles in Echo

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Point of View

The story is written in third person from varying perspectives. The opening chapters are presented from Otto's perspective as he plays the game, reads the book, and meets the three princesses. He seems to be a reliable character and his perspective seems true.

Section One is related from Friedrich's perspective. He is a young man devoted to music and his family. He is somewhat naïve in his view of the world as a young man because he has no friends his own age. He is, however, jaded by the fact that most people judge him because of the birthmark on his face. This makes his perspective suspect in some ways but he seems to present information as honestly as he knows how.

Section Two is from Mike's perspective. Mike lacks in trust which makes him a difficult character to judge. He is young enough...

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