Janet Evanovich Writing Styles in Hot Six

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Hot Six by Janet Evanovich is written in the first person, present tense. The narrator of the novel is Stephanie Plum, the main character. By writing in the first person, the author gives the reader a better understanding of the thoughts and feelings of Plum, as well as the reasons behind her feelings and actions.

Hot Six describes approximately one week in the life of Stephanie Plum. The novel moves at a very fast pace which is reflected in the dialogue that makes up a large part of Hot Six. Interspersed with the dialogue are short descriptive passages that allow the reader to better understand the characters and their motives. Though the novel is written from the point of view of Plum, the reader is able to gather information regarding the other characters, as the author involves the characters in descriptive, long sections of dialogue with...

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