Chris Grabenstein Writing Styles in Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library

Chris Grabenstein
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Point of View

This story is told from the third person point of view. The point of view is omniscient and reliable with the narrator reporting on the actions of each character as well as the emotions of each of these characters. The point of view is important since one of the major ideas of the novel deals with working together as a team. This theme could not be developed as completely if the results that Kyle and his team have working together could not be compared with the results that Charles and his team members have as they work against each other.

The story is told in exposition and dialogue. Since teamwork and interpersonal relationships are important ideas in the book, it is necessary that the characters interact and converse with one another. Some description of the library and its contents is given; but, the bulk of...

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