Richard Paul Evans Writing Styles in Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25

Richard Paul Evans
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Point of View

The story has two points of view: the irst person from a limited perspective and third person from a limited perspective. Some sections of the story are presented from Michael's point of view and are limited only to what he knows. This is seen clearly when Michael tells Ostin that he's relieved to know Taylor is safe. By that time, Taylor has already been kidnapped by Hatch and is being tortured by Nichelle. The chapters that are presented from Michael's limited perspective are not limited by time. He is apparently telling the story in past tense, relating events that have already happened. With that knowledge comes foreshadowing. This is seen in chapter eleven. As the chapter comes to a close, Michael points out that he had the perfect opportunity to tell his mother she was "the best mother in the world" after she gave him his...

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