Morgan Rice Writing Styles in A Feast of Dragons

Morgan Rice
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Point of View

This story is told from the third person point of view of an omniscient narrator. Although the narrator focuses on the actions and thoughts of certain major characters, he knows the thoughts and actions of all characters even though each story line in the novel is happening simultaneously. For instance, the narrator tells the story of Thor and his training on the Isle of Mist while at the same time he is able to tell about Gwen’s investigation into her father’s death at King’s Court. This point of view is probably best for this novel as the characters are so spread out it would be impossible for one character to tell the whole story thoroughly.

Language and Meaning

The novel A Feast of Dragons could best be described as a science fiction novel set in medieval times. It is the time of...

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