Janet Evanovich Writing Styles in Four to Score

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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is first person. The novel is written as if through the eyes of the main character, Stephanie Plum. Stephanie is a bond enforcement officer who has a comical view of the world. Stephanie shares her sense of humor with the reader as she narrates her adventures searching for a skip, or a client who fails to appear. This point of view keeps the focus of the novel on the main character and prevents the confusion of moving from one character to another the way many other fiction novels have a tendency to do.

The point of view works, because it keeps the focus of the novel on Stephanie Plum. Stephanie is the main character and therefore the most important character. If the narration were to be through the eyes of any other character, the novel would lose its direction...

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