Suzanne Rindell Writing Styles in Three-Martini Lunch

Suzanne Rindell
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Point of View

This novel’s narrative perspective alternates between three first-person accounts. The author chooses to give each of her three protagonists a relatively equal share in the task of narrating the story and this helps the development of the characters and the themes move along. The novel opens with a section that grants each character an opportunity to introduce themselves to the reader and establish their character, their background story, and the path that they will be pursuing in the story.

Cliff is an aspiring writer, Eden is a budding editor, and Miles is a truly talented writer. Their stories are all intertwined through their shared literary ambitions and their shared space of the Village, but they all are also independent narrative lines in their own right. Rather than telling the novel through the perspective of one character, the author chooses to switch between the three...

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