Amelia Atwater-Rhodes Writing Styles in Midnight Predator

Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
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Point of View

The point of view used in Midnight Predator is third person and limited, as well as reliable. This is proven by the fact that the narrator reports on the events and dialogue that transpire as well as Turquoise's thoughts, emotions and memories; however, the narrator does not have access to the thoughts and emotions of the other characters in this novel. The use of this specific point of view is important to the novel as it allows the focus to remain on Turquoise and her feelings, opinions and decisions. This is especially significant as it allows readers to see the process that causes her to reconsider her future as a hunter in Bruja.

The novel contains a fairly equal amount of exposition and dialogue, and this is helpful as it demonstrates the interactions between the characters as well as Turquoise's personal dilemma. The dialogue also aids...

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