Jeaniene Frost Writing Styles in Halfway to the Grave

Jeaniene Frost
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Point of View

“Halfway to the Grave” by Jeaniene Frost is a work of fiction that is written from the perspective of the protagonist, Catherine “Cat” Crawfield. She is a young college student who lives at home with her mother and grandparents. At least that is the face that she presents to the public at large. In reality, she is half-human and half-vampire. In her off-time, she is a vampire hunter. Since the book is written from the perspective of Cat Crawfield, the reader is able to understand the ambiguous existence that she must live. The reader feels her angst at being abandoned by her father and possibly idealizing who he is only to learn as a young teen that her father was a vampire and she, therefore, is a very unusual half-breed.

The story is told in the first person which allows the reader to understand Cat...

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