Colleen Hoover Writing Styles in Maybe Someday

Colleen Hoover
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Point of View

The novel is narrated in the third-person, switching between Sydney and Ridge’s perspectives. The author places no limitations on the access to either character’s inner thoughts, allowing the reader to understand each person’s true motivations and conflicts, though they are not always truthful with the people in their lives. In fact, they are often untruthful with the people closest to them, or they work actively to conceal their thoughts and feelings out of fear of judgement or rejection. The duality of perspective provides an interesting foil because each character is falling in love with the other without either of them coming to this realization together. Perspectives often alternate in order to show both sides of a moment in their relationship where they are thinking the same thoughts but too fearful to reveal how they feel. For example, when Sydney and Ridge have...

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