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James Patterson Writing Styles in Jack and Jill

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Point of View

As with the two Alex Cross novels before it, this novel moves between a third person point of view and the first person point of view. When Alex Cross is the narrator, he narrates in the first person point of view, giving the reader a deeply intimate insight into his thoughts and feelings. This allows the readers to not only develop a relationship with this main character, but it also takes away any confusion as to who the main character in this multi character novel is. There are also a few other characters who narrate within the novel in the third person point of view. These characters, ranging from John Sampson, Alex Cross's best friend and partner, to the Truth School killer, share their feelings and thoughts with the reader as well. However, this is done in the more removed third person point of view, giving...

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