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Sophie Kinsella
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Point of View

The novel is told in the first-person present and is narrated by the heroine, Cat. Everything that we learn in the book is filtered through her perspective, and her lighthearted personality shapes the tone of the novel. The present tense serves to make the action feel immediate and real to the reader. Cat's intentions are never sneaky or malicious, and she never enjoys lying to the reader, but she is not the most reliable of narrators. Cat lies to her Instagram friends about her perfect life, but the lies do not stop there. She also lies to herself, in order to make her imperfect life seem more tolerable. And often she lies to the reader, so as to make her financial situation seem funny, even though she secretly feels burdened by her struggles. In the first part of the book, Cat sees Demeter as an...

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