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Ellen Hopkins Writing Styles in Fallout

Ellen Hopkins
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view of three different narrators. The narrators are three of Kristina's children, Hunter, Autumn, and Summer. Each tells their story in the weeks and months leading up to a surprise meeting at the end of the novel.

The point of view of this novel is important because it is a change from the narration that the author used in her previous novels. The two previous Crank novels were written from Kristina's point of view. This novel is told from the first person point of view of Kristina's eldest children. The point of view allows for an intimate view of their lives for the reader and allows the reader to grow concerned about what might happen to each of these children. It is a point of view that gives the reader great insight into the fallout of addiction...

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