Josh Grayson Writing Styles in Sia

Josh Grayson
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Point of View

The story is written in first-person from the limited perspective of Sia. This means the reader learns the facts as those facts are revealed to Sia. The limitations are total with no one offering any real insight into the things that matter into Sia’s life until Sia herself makes those discoveries. An important aspect of this is seen as Sia realizes that her friends are brutal and that she was once the most cruel of the group. She’s dismayed by the knowledge but doesn’t fully understand the depths of her cruelty until her memory returns. The story unfolds with Sia waking with fugue amnesia. She has no memory of her life and only learns her first name because it’s on her i-Pod. She learns her last name when she wakes in the hospital and learns facts about her life and her...

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