Morgan Rice Writing Styles in A Vow of Glory

Morgan Rice
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Point of View

This novel is told from the third person point of view of an omniscient narrator. It is apparent that the narrator is omniscient because he is able to follow Thor and his friends as they travel to Empire territory at the same time that Gwen and her troops are first traveling to Silesia, and then fighting off Andronicus’ army. The narrator focuses mainly on Gwen and Thor.

The majority of this novel is told through exposition as the narrator describes surroundings, strange insects and landscapes, and characters’ thoughts. There is also a good deal of dialogue where characters discuss situations and options.

Language and Meaning

The language is that of a supernatural novel filled with armed combat. The author takes time to describe the battles, which usually team one or two of the heroes of the novel against large numbers of the enemy. The heroes...

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