Morgan Rice Writing Styles in A Clash of Honor

Morgan Rice
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Point of View

The story is told mainly through exposition. The author is so talented at including action at regular intervals so that the reader may not even notice a fair amount of internal monologue going on within each chapter. This internalization of the conflict absorbs much of the novel's text, and is important to establish the character's desires and hopes, but does, on occasion, become repetitive. Thor constantly wants to get back to Gwen, and his thoughts are never far from this fact. Likewise, Gwen is constantly worried about Thor, and she agonizes over the distance between them. Since they are so rarely together, these thoughts and feelings tend to generate long passages that an active reader could just as easily go without. Likewise, the dialogue tends to become repetitious, as the author uses conflicts from prior chapters to fuel new events and actions.

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