Locked in Time Book Review
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Locked in Time book review

Lois Duncan
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Title: Locked in Time

Author: Lois Duncan

Average number of words per page: more than 100

48 readers have rated this story.
Average story rating: 8.84/10.0
48 readers have rated the illustrations.
Average illustration rating: 6.62/10.0

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Book review by: Jr.J
age: 13

Review submitted on 10/02/2001 at 15:01:10

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Jr.J writes the following about Locked in Time :
LOCKED IN TIME - by: Lois Duncan

I think that Lois Duncan wrote a very well-composed novel using three main literary elements. The first one is character. This element is used very well to tell the story, particulary using Norm's (the main character) step family. The next element used is setting. Duncan uses setting to create a mood of mystery and suspense. For example, the house that Norm's new family lives in is far out in the country, isolated from everyone else. The last element used effectively is point of veiw. The point of view in the novel is first person point of view. The story is told through Norm's eyes and therefore you know her thoughts and feelings towards different issues. Lois Duncan creates a very well written novel using these three elements to create a suspenseful mystery.

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