Julie Anne Peters Writing Styles in Luna

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Point of View

The point of view in "Luna" is 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 Regan, a sixteen-year-old girl whose brother is transgender and wants to undergo surgery to become a female full-time. The point of view is mostly reliable in regards to what Regan 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 Regan's struggle to accept Liam's plan to transition and the difficulties she faces keeping his secret. The novel also focuses on how Liam being transgender and his decision to transition affects both Liam/Luna and...

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