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Friday, November 5, 2010

The Mercy of Thin Air
Ronlyn Domingue
pg. 25

This story is told from the point of view of a ghost that is looking at the lives of people that remind her of herself. I think it makes the story better because you get to hear a story about the people and then a story kind of like it about her own life. It makes it more interesting because it gives a lot of clues, but doesn't tell everything since it's told in first person. I think it makes the story better.


  1. The supense in 1st person can make a good story

  2. Having stories told from different points of views makes a story more interesting to read. If the book the book is told by an animal, then the reader can put themselves through the animals' eyes.


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