Virginia C. Andrews Writing Styles in Into the Woods

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Point of View

Into The Woods by V.C. Andrews is a novel written entirely in the first person perspective, narrated by the main character, Grace Houston-Montgomery. Her narration begins when her father is given another of many transfers in his navy career, but this time to Norfolk, Virginia. This is the transfer that he has been hoping for, and will allow them to remain in one place for a little longer than in the past. Grace is eager to settle in somewhere, and even dares to begin caring for a young man who shows interest in her, but fate is not kind. Grace chronicles their spiral into unhappiness after her father is killed shortly thereafter in a helicopter accident.

Grace is a competent narrator, giving the reader a bird's eye view of a naval family's life, and then the disorientation and lack of an adequate network of friends...

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