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Ken Follett Writing Styles in A Dangerous Fortune

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Style

Point of View

The book is written from the third person point of view, with the author Ken Follett as the narrator. The author does a good job telling the story and keeping the reader informed of events. A first person point of view approach would limit the reader to the knowledge of events that occurred only in the presence of the narrator. The use of the third person allows the reader to learn of events that happen outside the purview of the main character and allows the reader to be better informed.

Ken Follett has written numerous books and is well qualified as an author. Like his other books, this novel holds the reader's interest. His books are usually full of suspense and intrigue and this one is no different. Like several of his other books, A Dangerous Fortune has a surprise ending.

The book is intended for...

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