Kami Garcia Writing Styles in Unmarked

Kami Garcia
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Point of View

The novel is written from the point of view of Kennedy, the 17 year old protagonist. Given that the narrative is told from her perspective, the thoughts, feelings, and inclinations are that of a typical teenage girl. This makes her a fairly reliable narrator, but in many regards, also a naive narrator as she does not yet have the life experiences that would send her in a different direction. Since she was abandoned by her father at an early age, Kennedy also has the tendency to mistrust others. She holds them at arm's length and never allows anyone to get too close. She has a fear of abandonment. This tends to color her perceptions as a reliable narrator.

Language and Meaning

Much of the language and meanings are germane to the modern age, with the exception of the archaic references to exorcism and cult lore and...

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