Trenton Lee Stewart Writing Styles in The Secret Keepers

Trenton Lee Stewart
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Point of View

The author uses the third person limited point of view, providing readers with a personal and in depth look at Reuben, the novel's protagonist, as he matures from a quiet loner to a bold hero and part of a team. A narrator tells Reuben's story and brings in various characters as they become critical to the plot. The novel's primary theme is centered around secrets and as such it is appropriate that bits of information are revealed slowly and as Reuben discovers them. The author writes of Reuben's thoughts about himself and his reactions to the other characters as he meets them throughout the novel. His opinions and emotions become part of the text as he discovers new information, processes what is happening around him and unravels the secrets of the two watches.

The novel is a mystery that at times is filled with tension...

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