Jennifer Brown Writing Styles in Hate List

Jennifer Brown
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view. The author tells her story through the voice of Valerie Leftman, her main character. Valerie tells her story in the present tense, while telling the reader of memories she has of her relationship with boyfriend, Nick Levil, before he committed the worst tragedy ever by shooting students in their high school.

The point of view of this novel tells an intimate story that revolves around one person, Valerie Leftman. The author's plot tells the story of how it has impacted Valerie that her boyfriend took something that was supposed to be private between them and used it to commit one of the worst crimes imaginable. At first Valerie lives inside her head, unable to see how her boyfriend's actions have affected those around her. However, in time Valerie is able to see beyond herself. Hence, the...

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