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Neal Shusterman Writing Styles in Unwind

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Point of View

“Unwinding” by Neal Shusterman is a work of fiction that is told in third person omniscient. Using this narrative, the author provides the thoughts, intentions and motivations of most of the characters which gives the reader insight into the story and plot. The main focus is on the protagonist, Connor Lassiter, and the other two main characters, Risa Ward and Lev Calder. Since these three characters are in a dire situation, having the vantage point of their reactions to their ordeal as well as their hopes and dreams for their future is a way the author elicits interest and empathy for them and thus engages the reader.

The reader feels for the main characters and develops an emotional connection to them. This link will compel the reader to stay with the story because he wants to learn the fate of these characters. The reader is...

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