April Henry Writing Styles in The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die

April Henry
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Point of View

The story is written in first person, from the point of view of Cady. Usually, first person POV allows for the reader to truly be in touch with the main character as they are constantly reading their thoughts. However, the book takes a strange turn with the POV since Cady has completely forgotten everything about herself. This allows her and the reader to gradually learn about her life. The reader feels left out of the loop sometimes, due to Cady’s lack of knowledge.

Language and Meaning

The vocabulary in the story is fit for older teens, as Cady is 16, but very educated. Her parents are scientists and she is the oldest of their two kids, so she uses mature words. However, the language doesn’t always fit Cady’s personality. Most times she is very grown up and makes great on the spot decisions...

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