Jim Butcher Writing Styles in Blood Rites

Jim Butcher
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Point of View

The story is written from a first person point of view via the main protagonist, Harry Dresden. The view is limited to what Harry can interpret but often there is a lot of information given about the state of mind of other characters or their emotions, based on Harry's interpretation. There are times when Harry cannot read people accurately, but even then the confusion and his initial thoughts are noted to give some indication as to what the character is thinking or feeling.

This point of view is very helpful since this is not the first book in the series. The main character often explains the reason that things are happening or the reason that he, or other characters, are reacting the way that they are. There is a lot of reminiscing by the main character.

There is a lot of dialogue but there are many...

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