Mandy Hubbard Writing Styles in Ripple

Mandy Hubbard
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Point of View

Mandy Hubbard tells her novel "Ripple" in the first-person perspective from the point of view of her main character and protagonist, Lexi. Because the novel deals with such dramatic and emotionally-compelling events, the story is told from Lexi's eyes. Doing this allows the reader to emotionally connect with Lexi, despite her dangerous and controversial nature as a siren. It also allows the reader to discover she is a morally-centered and emotionally-beautiful person, who does her best in spite of her reality.

Setting

Mandy Hubbard sets her novel "Ripple" in the tiny seaside town of Cedar Cove, and in the mountains of Tillamook State Forest of Oregon. The setting, full of misty mountains and gray skies works perfectly for the mood of the novel, the plot of which is emotionally stormy for Lexi. Indeed, the isolation of the lake in the forest, visited by Lexi, serves to...

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