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Janet Evanovich Writing Styles in Visions of Sugar Plums

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Style

Point of View

Visions of Sugar Plums is written in the first person from the perspective of the main character, Stephanie Plum. The first person point of view lends a sense of personal insight and feeling to the novel that would be lost through a third person narrative. The reader is able to see the world through the eyes of Stephanie Plum, which is imperative in understanding the character. The heroine has an unusual way of looking at things. This viewpoint is captured well in the first person where it might be misunderstood in any other form.

The narrative and dialogue are broken up so that the reader is always entertained while getting the necessary information that would not otherwise be revealed. Through this technique, the reader is able to grasp the simple story and enjoy the characters' wit at the same time.

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