Becca Fitzpatrick Writing Styles in Finale

Becca Fitzpatrick
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view. The narrating character is Nora Grey, a teenage girl who has recently found herself in the middle of a war between two mythical races, the fallen angels and the Nephilim. To make matters more complicated, Nora is in love with a fallen angel while her father is Nephil. Nora and Patch must make peace between their races or be torn apart by angst not of their making.

The point of view of this novel works well with the plot. Like most teen novels recently published, this novel makes the female protagonist the first-person narrator. Nora tells her story with as much humor and wit as a teenager in her situation would employ. This point of view allows the reader an intimate relationship with her, making the reader care deeply about what happens to her and her...

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