Sophie Jordan Writing Styles in Firelight

Sophie Jordan
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Point of View

The story is presented in first-person from Jacinda's perspective. This means the reader doesn't know what's going on until Jacinda knows. For example, there is a strong connection between Jacinda and Will that is evident from their first meeting but there is no explanation given for that connection. Jacinda later finds draki blood on one of Will's t-shirts and she knows it's hers. However, Will's cousin sees the blood and doesn't immediately jump to the correct conclusion - that it's Jacinda's blood. Instead, he immediately accuses Will of having gone hunting without the family members. That doesn't make complete sense until later when Will reveals that he has draki blood in his veins. He'd been given a transfusion as a child when he was about to die of cancer. Jacinda comes to believe there is still more about Will she doesn't know but the reader doesn't...

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