Nic Stone Writing Styles in Odd One Out

Nic Stone
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Point of View

The novel is told from the perspective of each of its main characters - first Coop, then Rae, then Jupe. Though they are told from the first person perspective, Stone creates a unique style for each character through which to learn about that character, and understand the way the character sees the world. For each of her characters, however, they all project the feelings of not understanding the world around them, feeling insecure and like everyone else knows what is going on, while internally they feel confused, isolated, and frustrated. At the same time, each of her characters also feel lustful and attracted to the others, which each makes them wonder who will be the odd one out.

For Coop’s point of view, Stone creates an intimate style with both a reflection of Coop’s inner thoughts that she italicizes, as well as a...

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