Soman Chainani Writing Styles in The School For Good and Evil #3: The Last Ever After

Soman Chainani
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Point of View

This novel is written in the third person limited point of view, focusing almost entirely on Sophie and Agatha. Occasionally, the author will glance over the shoulder of another character to reveal information to the audience that Sophie or Agatha would not know otherwise. One key example of this is when he reveals that Hester, Dot, and Anadil are the spies within the School for New Evil by allowing the reader to hear their conversation, but making it clear that Sophie did not. The point-of-view swaps between the characters every few chapters to show what each is doing congruently to the other. The only other character to have a large portion of the novel following his actions is Tedros, and this occurs three times, twice while Agatha is searching for Excalibur, and once when he confronts his mother alone.

This limited point-of-view also provides a...

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