Graceffa, Joey Writing Styles in Elites of Eden

Graceffa, Joey
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first person from the limited perspective of Rowan. As the novel opens, Rowan is living under the belief that she is Yarrow, a wealthy, popular teenager who is the daughter of Chief Ellena. That belief skews her perspective during the early chapters of the novel. The reader who is familiar with the previous novel will know Rowan's true identity, even while she believes she is Yarrow, and will see traces of the character Rowan has proven herself to be.

The limited perspective means the reader knows only the facts that Rowan knows, and these are revealed in pieces. In the case of Rowan's previous life, including her family and the Underground, Rowan learns these only after one of her lenses is removed, giving her back her previous memories. The limited perspective means that Rowan's thoughts and feelings are revealed...

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