V. E. Schwab Writing Styles in A Conjuring of Light

V. E. Schwab
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Point of View

The point of view in A Conjuring of Light is third-person, through the eyes of a wide range of characters. The perspective switches with each chapter and most are narrated by one of the four protagonists: Kell, Lila, Rhy, or Alucard. As a result, the reader is most invested in their stories and future.

However, Schwab does devote a significant amount of chapters to her villains' - Holland and Osaron - perspectives. The author also includes the chapters narrated from the point of view of much more secondary characters, such as a White London girl named Nasi, the king and queen of Red London, and characters who are quickly killed off, such as Kisimyr. A good deal of each chapter is devoted to exposition, spending time in the character's thoughts and backstory. This access to their inner lives allows the reader to become acquainted with...

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