Anthony Horowitz Writing Styles in Ark Angel

Anthony Horowitz
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Point of View

The point of view in this novel is omniscient third person. The narrator knows not only what is going on, but also the emotions and personal thoughts of the characters.

Throughout most of the story, the narrator follows Alex, making the reader privy to most of his thoughts and memories and feelings. This allows a large amount of exposition, giving the reader great amounts of history that explain how and why Alex does the things he does. The story is told mostly through exposition with a little dialogue. Toward the end of the story, a wealth of information is given to the reader through dialogue between Alex and Nikolei. This is the classic villain revealing his evil plan to the captured hero.

Setting

This novel is set in either present time, or at least the very near future. There are not any indicators of a specific...

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