Directions: read each of the following passages and determine from which perspective the passage is narrated. If it is third-person, circle each time characters' thoughts or feelings are narrated, and then decide whether narration is objective, limited, or omniscient.
Behemoth by Scott Westerfeld and Keith Thompson
"Always keep sideways to your opponent," Alek said, gently turning her. "That way, your chest presents the smallest possible target." "Aye, the smallest possible target," Deryn sighed. Alek stepped away and resumed his own pose, so that the tips of their swords almost touched. Deryn took a deep breath, but Alek didn't move. Long seconds passed, the airship's new engines thrumming beneath their feet, the clouds slipping slowly past overhead.
Lori (The Circle of Friends, Book 1) by L. Diane Wolfe
The bell sounded and Lori heard the other girls stampede from the locker room. She finished brushing her hair and contemplated tying it up again. Now hanging past the top of her jeans, it tended to get caught on objects if she didn't control the waves. She had maintained long hair since childhood, and despite her swimming, Lori entertained no thoughts of cutting it.
Envy by Gregg Olsen
Katelyn had no idea that, not far away, someone else was doing the exact same thing just waiting for the right time to make a move. As fresh tears rolled down her cheeks, Katelyn took off the rest of her clothes, threw them on the floor, and plunged herself into the tub. Downstairs, her mother, Sandra, stood in the kitchen and poked at the congealing remains of a prime rib roast. She yanked at her blue sweater as she pulled it tighter on her shoulders and fumed. She was cold and mad. Mad and cold. She searched her kitchen counters for the espresso maker.