Sara Shepard Writing Styles in Pretty Little Liars #2: Flawless

Sara Shepard
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Point of View

The point of the view in this novel starts out in second person in the prologue. Before the narrator introduces any of the characters, the narrator places the reader inside the world of the book: “You know that boy who lives a few doors down from you who’s just the creepiest person alive?” (10). This serves to create a connection between the reader and the girls in this story. The narrator makes an assumption that all girls reading the book are girls like those in the story. This creates a sense of tension and fear within the reader, because the ideal readers for this book are teenage girls, and the book is about a teenage girl who is murdered, and her four teenage girl friends who are continually stalked and harassed throughout the series.

After the first section, the prologue switches to an omniscient third...

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