Pittacus Lore Writing Styles in The Power of Six

Pittacus Lore
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Point of View

The Power of Six by Pittacus Lore follows a narrative style from a first-person perspective but that switches from one character to another. This allows the reader to have a broader experience where the thoughts and feelings of more than one character is concerned. The author does a reliable job of this writing style, which is exemplified by the use of words that are first person singulars such as 'I' or 'we' used in the characters of John Smith or Number Four in Marina or Number Seven and in Number Six. To keep from confusing the reader, the perspective change between these character occurs only during chapter changes in the beginning until the reader has had a chance to become familiar with the characters. Towards the end of the story, the author tends to switch from one character group to another more often within a single...

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