Jodi Meadows Writing Styles in Incarnate

Jodi Meadows
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Point of View

Incarnate by Jodie Meadows is told in the first person by the protagonist, Ana. This perspective allows the reader to be privy to the feelings, thoughts and intentions of Ana. It is a proven way for the reader to have insight into the character of the protagonist.

It is apparent that the author has some strong opinions on social and political issues of the day. When two matched souls find each other in their new incarnation, they are both women. They renew their love for each other in a re-dedication ceremony. One of the characters explains that the two had killed each other in past lives in an effort to come back as opposite genders. It never worked out and the two women have decided that it doesn't matter what gender they are because they are soul mates and they love each other. There are also...

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