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Friday, November 5, 2010

the chronicles of vladimir tod (eleventh grade burns)
pages 1-312

The story is told from third person omniscient which i personally like because it allows you to no what every character is thinking which makes the story way more enjoyable to me. It gives it more of a dark tone since you can tell what the people are actually thinking even when they are lying. i think it makes all books way way better.


  1. I would have to agree with you on that one. I like that too cause you can always see what is going to happen next almost and or predict waht is going to happen. Makes it more suspenseful. But the occasional 1st person p.o.v. is always good too.

  2. My book is also third person. It gives it an easier way of understanding what is going on and what the characters are thinking. It allows the author to change the tone as he/she pleases but is still easy for us to understand. What do you think your book would be like if it was told in first person? Do you think it would be more confusing?


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