Wendy Mass Writing Styles in The Candymakers

Wendy Mass
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Point of View

Wendy Mass tells her novel “The Candymakers” in the third-person limited-omniscient narrative mode. The novel follows the adventures of Logan, Daisy, Miles, and Philip as they attempt to craft the perfect new candy and save the Life is Sweet factory. Each part of the novel is devoted primarily to one of the characters, each with his or her own distinct life, motivations, and plans. The third-person narrator acts as a unifying voice bridging the gaps between these distinct characters, and forming a solid storyline out of four different lives and motives. The limited-omniscient aspect of the narrative provides for a sense of mystery and suspense as the novel unfolds, as the reader and Logan attempt to determine just who is trying to steal the secret ingredient, and why.

Language and Meaning

Wendy Mass tells her novel “The Candymakers” in language that is simple and straightforward...

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