Raymond E. Feist Writing Styles in A Darkness at Sethanon

Raymond E. Feist
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Point of View

The story is written in third person. Sometimes you know what the characters are thinking and feeling but other times the writer leaves you to wonder at what is going on with the people in the story. You never get a point of view from the moredhels or others that oppose the main characters. This creates much more drama and mystery in the story, since it hides knowledge about Enemy. There are several main characters that the writer gives insight to throughout the story. Occasionally these will switch from person to person so that the readers know things from a previous character of which the current character is unaware.

Thomas, Pug and Macros know long before Arutha that the moredhels army is going to Sethanon because of the Lifestone. It is easily understood why the other characters are confused about the enemy's route but it gives...

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