Scott Westerfeld Writing Styles in Extras

Scott Westerfeld
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Point of View

Like the Uglies trilogy before it, this book is written in the first-person point of view. The main character of the novel is Aya, a young Japanese girl who desperately wants to become famous so that she might have all the things and the nicest apartment to be had. In her attempts to become famous, Aya quickly learns that the truth is always better than a lie, but that radical honesty is not always an asset.

The point of view of this novel works well because it allows the reader to develop a quick and intimate relationship with the main character of the novel. In this book, there are so many words and cultural habits that can be confusing to the reader that it is important that a quick and honest relationship is developed between the main character and the reader. It is also important that...

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