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Lauren Kate Writing Styles in Passion

Lauren Kate
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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is first-person, limited omniscience told in past tense narration through the varying perspectives of Lucinda and Daniel. Because this is the third book in a series of four, the characters have access to much information and history that affects their actions in Passion, by which the reader may be confused if they haven't read the previous novels. For the most part, both Lucinda and Daniel's point-of-view is completely reliable. It is interesting for the reader, however, that Lucinda and Daniel experience the same events but narrate them differently. In this way, much of the novel's mystery and suspense is created as Lucinda struggles to discover many secrets that the reader is privy to through Daniel's thoughts. Much of the novel is centered around Lucinda's personal journey to understand her hidden histories, so she he has no reason to twist...

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