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Friday, November 5, 2010

Amber Logemann
Nights in Rodanthe
by Nicholas Sparks

This book is told in 3rd person point of view. Having this point of view, the readers get the thoughts and feelings of more than just one character making it easier to connect to more characters. It affects the plot because you hear all sides of the story. Instead of just knowing about the main characters feelings, you get to know how the other characters are affected by the conflict as well. It makes the book more interesting because you get more details, but also confusing because you obtain so much information.

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