Anne Bishop Writing Styles in Daughter of the Blood

Anne Bishop
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Point of View

The story is recounted in the third person from several different points of view - primarily, Saetan and Daemon with a few sections that follow what is happening to Lucivar, Surreal, and Kartane. A few other characters have one or two sections from their point of view. The character whose point of view is conspicuously lacking is Jaenelle, the principal character around whom the whole plot revolves. Jaenelle is the most important of the main characters and it is her story that is really being shared. It is unusual for an author to choose not to give such an important character her own voice, but there is a very good reason for this. Jaenelle represents the hope for a better world that many of the characters are desperately clinging on to. She is extremely powerful, but also still only a child, and so is vulnerable, curious...

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