Randy Susan Meyers Writing Styles in The Murderer's Daughters

Randy Susan Meyers
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view. The novel utilizes two narrators, with the author writing the name of the narrating character at the beginning of each chapter to alert the reader as to whose mind they are entering as the chapter begins. By telling the story in this way, the author allows the reader to understand both the main characters as well as to see the impact of the plot on both characters, both from an intimate view to a more distant view.

The point of view of this novel works well because it not only allows the readers to have an intimate relationship with the two main characters, but it also allows for the reader to see both characters from both an intimate view and a more distant view that allows some objectivity. This point of view is a new version...

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