Janet Evanovich Writing Styles in High Five

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Point of View

The point of view of the novel is first person. Through the first person point of view, the reader sees the entire novel through the eyes of the main character, Stephanie Plum. This point of view gives the reader a unique connection to the main character, keeping the reader close to this character in a way that another point of view would not allow. The reader is never confused by who the narrator might be or a sudden shift in point of view. The reader is always inside Stephanie's head, always beside her during the action, and always connected at the most intimate level possible.

The point of view of this novel works because it offers a unique sense of intimacy between the reader and the main character that would not exist with another point of view. Unlike third person, this point of view remains with...

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