Meg Cabot Writing Styles in Ninth Key

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Point of View

The Mediator #2: Ninth Key is written from a first-person point of view as the main character, Susannah Simon, has a direct dialogue with the reader. This first-person style draws the reader into the story, and essentially befriends whoever reads the novel. The point of view falls directly in line with what matters to the teenage Susannah, having an engaging personality that attracts many friends, including a boyfriend.

Susannah's sarcastic and witty personality comes easily through this type of point of view, as she speaks to the reader as if talking to a friend. The reader is given the chance to get to know the intimate details of Susannah's life; the author allows the reader to know Susannah's thoughts and opinions as well as know what actions take place in the current time and space.

This first-person narrative ties into the teenage coming of age novel; the...

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