Tim LaHaye Writing Styles in Assassins

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Point of View

The book is written in third person from an omniscient point of view. The perspective and point of view are the only real option available to the authors because the action takes place in various places simultaneously. To have limited the view at all would be impossible with this global cast of characters.

The omniscient perspective means that there are views into the personalities and thoughts of many of the characters. For example, Rayford is struggling with rage against the situation, and the reader gets information about those inner struggles as the story progresses. The reader is also given information about previous books in the series in order to more fully understand the characters. This is seen as Rayford tries to deal with the loss of two wives and a son. The reader who isn't familiar with the previous books wouldn't know about their deaths, but...

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