“It’s so unfair,’ said Bruno. “I don’t see why I have to be stuck over here on this side of the fence where there’s no one to talk to and no one to play with and you get to have dozens of friends and are probably playing for hours every day" (Boyne 110-111).
"There are hundreds of children here" "Only there're on the other side of the fence." (Boyne 191)
"What do you mean there are hundreds of children over there?" "What do you know of what goes on over there?" (Boyne 191)
"I never see the people after they've gone on a march" (Boyne 211)
It gives lots of suspense because the reader knows everything that happens and they know what is going to happen.