Rysa Walker Writing Styles in Timebound

Rysa Walker
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Point of View

Timebound is told from the first person perspective of the main character, Kate. Kate is a 17-year-old girl, so the language she uses reflects that. This is primarily shown when Kate encounters teenage boys. Kate’s inexperience is very helpful to the readers because it mimics their own lack of knowledge concerning the CHRONOS device. Kate is able to ask the questions that readers have, and then explain the answers in an easy to understand fashion. Kate’s first person perspective also gives the readers a stronger impression of exactly what she’s feeling at the time.

Language and Meaning

At the start of the book Kate uses a very modern and relatively simple vocabulary, reflecting her younger age. This makes sense since the book is targeted primarily at a young adult audience. Kate’s vocabulary changes towards the end of the book when she...

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