Morgan Rice Writing Styles in A Sea of Shields

Morgan Rice
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Point of View

A Sea of Shields is written in third person from an omniscient perspective. The third person perspective is the only option available to the author because there are so many characters and the action takes place in various places, sometimes simultaneously. For example, Luanda discovers that she is pregnant and rushes home to tell Bronson the good news, only to discover that Bronson has been murdered by the McClouds. About this same time, Romulus is gathering his dragons and preparing to attack the Shield to gain entrance into the Ring. It’s evident that these two events are happening about the same time because Luanda heads toward the Shield from inside and discovers that Romulus is standing outside the Shield at the same time. The fact that events are happening simultaneously makes the omniscient perspective imperative. The omniscient perspective is also necessary because of the...

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