Kami Garcia Writing Styles in Unbreakable

Kami Garcia
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Point of View

The point of view for the book is first person, limited view, from the point of view of the protagonist, Kennedy. Kennedy is 17 years old so the perceptions of what is taking place are from the experiences and world views of someone that has not yet experienced all that life has to offer. Kennedy is shown to be very inexperienced with the workings of the world in general, preferring to be an introvert and refrain from teen pursuits such as makeup and fashion. Her naive view of people, their motives, and the extent of the cruelty of some people allows the reader to experience these events as Kennedy would, and to be as horrified at them as she is.

Language and Meaning

The book is written for a young adult audience. Most of the language is modern with many popular and slang terms. This may...

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