Richelle Mead Writing Styles in Blood Promise

Richelle Mead
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view. The novel is told through the eyes of the main character, Rose Hathaway. Rose tells her story as though the reader is going along with her on the adventures that unfold in the novel's plot. At the same time, Rose has the ability to move into the mind of her friend, Lissa, and see and feel all that Lissa feels. In this way, the author is able to tell Lissa's story from a distance in the third person point of view without betraying the original intention of the first-person point of view.

The point of view of this novel works well because it allows the reader a close connection to the main character Rose Hathaway. It is important that the reader understand Rose's actions and motivations throughout the novel and the author allows this by telling...

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