Ally Carter Writing Styles in I'd Tell You I Love You, but Then I'd Have to Kill You

Ally Carter
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Point of View

The point of view in "I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You" is the first-person and limited. This is proven by the fact that the narrator knows her own thoughts and feelings as well as what she observes or is told; however, she is not privy to others' thoughts and emotions unless they decide to share willingly. The narrator is Cammie, a fifteen-year-old spy-in-training who ventures into the rest of the world after meeting a normal boy, Josh. The point of view is mostly reliable in regards to what Cammie sees and knows, but there are circumstances where her observations prove to be inaccurate. The point of view in this novel is important as it focuses on Cammie and her legend, the actuality of who she is compared to who she pretends to be. The events of the novel are...

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