Laurell K. Hamilton Writing Styles in Bloody Bones

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Point of View

The point of view in BLOODY BONES, by Laurel K. Hamilton is first person. The story is told by the main character, Anita Blake. This is necessary as the reader is given insight into the thoughts and actions of Blake. As Anita Blake deals with many different things that are fictional, such as vampires and zombies, the reader is better able to understand the feelings and deeds of the characters in the novel.

The novel is written in equal parts dialogue and descriptive passages, which allows one to get a better sense of the characters as well as their surroundings. At times the descriptions do not have an important impact on the storyline but do give the reader a better idea of the behavior of the characters.

Setting

The novel takes place for the most part in and around Branson, Missouri. Though Anita is from St...

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