Christopher Golden Writing Styles in Brain Trust

Christopher Golden
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Point of View

"Brain Trust" by Christopher Golden and Rick Hautala is written in the third-person and limited omniscient. The protagonist is Jenna Blake and much of the story is told from her point of view. However, the reader is privy to the thoughts and motivations of other featured characters. The worries and doubts of Dr. Pilcher are made apparent when the bad "agents" tell him to not report what he had actually seen in the autopsy. The reader is aware of the fears Pilcher has that these menacing mystery men will bring harm, or worse, to him.

Of the two antagonists, Duncan seems to have no soul and almost enjoys murdering people. Wilcox's private thoughts demonstrate that he is not so thrilled with committing murder and in particular killing who he refers to as by-standers or innocent people who are killed when bullets fly and just happen to...

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