Lizzy Ford Writing Styles in Autumn Storm (Witchling Series)

Lizzy Ford
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Point of View

The novel is written in the third person point of view. The author uses several narrators, including the three main characters and several of the minor characters. The author does not use a consistent pattern in her choice of who will narrate, instead moving unpredictably from character to character to show elements of her story that seem vital to the plot.

The point of view of this novel works with the plot because it allows the reader to have an intimate view of each of the three main characters. The reader can understand better the motives of each of these characters when they can see the inner workings of their thoughts. The author also uses some minor characters in her story to show elements that might not be available to the reader otherwise, but might be important to the development of the plot.

Language and Meaning

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