Sara Shepard Writing Styles in Pretty Little Liars #6: Killer

Sara Shepard
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Point of View

The novel takes an unorthodox approach to point of view. It begins and ends with an omniscient narrator, who has a strongly sarcastic and mocking tone, describing the girls and the events preceding and following the book's action in detail - seemingly knowing everything. The novel then alternates, chapter by chapter, among the four main characters, in a close third-person narration for each of them. In this point of view, the reader is privy to the character's thoughts as well as her actions, allowing for a reliable account of what is taking place, as well as the motivations of each character in various scenarios. Another voice also makes its way into the book: that of A. Though the old A (Mona) has died, the new A keeps on sending the girls messages. However, the characters all note that the tone of these messages is very different...

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