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The majority of the novel is narrated in the third person from the perspective of a limited omniscient narrator. Some chapters are narrated from the first-person perspective of Nick Shay.
Underworld is told in the past tense.
Underworld refers to the secrets kept under the clean, happy veneer of an individual's life, a relationship, or a society. In the novel hidden secrets include drug use, infidelity, racism, and nuclear fallout.
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