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Most narrators are willing to work with their authors to achieve balance in their stories to increase reader engagement.
But not all narrators are amicable.
Depending on the subject, an uncooperative narrator may refuse to unite forces with the author, which means the story may suffer in various ways, such as its pacing and Scene structure.
The narrator’s pace affects everything in the story.
McKinley understood this and respected Beauty as a character. Because of this, she let narrator Beauty pace the story in a manner that aligns with her personality: slow and deliberate.
But slow and deliberate does not equal an unpleasant read. There is a purpose to using a slower pace.