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Harlan Coben Writing Styles in Darkest Fear

Harlan Coben
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Style

Point of View

Darkest Fear by Harlan Coben is written in the third person omniscient. This is a great deal of help to the reader, as it gives one insight into the thoughts and actions of Myron Bolitar, the main character in the novel. Myron's thoughts and feeling while searching for the bone marrow donor that will save the life of his biological son are the main focus of the novel. The deep emotions and feelings of Myron are clearly portrayed to the reader, so that the fast paced action of the novel and the urgency of the search for the donor come across clearly.

Then novel is written in equal parts of dialogue and descriptive passages, allowing the reader to easily follow the story and become emotionally involved with the characters. The descriptive areas provide more details of events as well as background of the characters, providing insight...

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