Darren Shan Writing Styles in Cirque Du Freak #7: Hunters of the Dusk: Book 7 in the Saga of Darren Shan

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Point of View

Hunters of the Dusk is written in the first-person perspective from the viewpoint of Darren Shan. The language is at a level which young readers, in their early teens, would be comfortable. Because the point of view is from a young boy the language reflects how a younger boy might view his situation, surroundings and people.

The point of view is effective for the readership of this series. Being in the first person enables young readers to put themselves in the place of the narrator thereby making the book seem more real.

Since Hunters of the Dusk takes place in the real world to which significant differences have been added the first-person perspective is also effective because the narrator describes much of what he sees and hears. This makes the world become very real to young readers.

Setting

Hunters of the Dusk is set in the...

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