Sarah Fine Writing Styles in Sanctum (Guards of the Shadowlands)

Sarah Fine
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Point of View

Sanctum is told from the point of view of a first-person narrator. Having the main character, Lela Santos, tell her own story is an effective technique for a book of this nature because the plot is greatly enhanced as the reader learns more in-depth information about Lela's history. Learning from her own perspective about her rape by a foster father provides greater understanding about her reluctance to enter a relationship with Malachi and her need to be in control at all times. Learning her feelings about being bounced around from one foster home to another and her gradual acceptance of Nadia's friendship enables the reader to understand why saving her friend from the city is so important to her. Having the book's most emotional and powerful moments, such as the experience of going through the tower, told through Lela's own eyes rather than those of...

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