Laini Taylor Writing Styles in Days of Blood & Starlight

Laini Taylor
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Point of View

The point of view of the novel is third person, with a few exceptions in which Zuzana writes emails to Karou. The point of view typically follows one of the main characters, typically a protagonist, but can at times break away to describe other events that will be come related to the characters' quest for peace later on. The narrators are generally reliable, except for brief instances when they become overrwrought emotionally, as when Akiva believes that Karou will always hate him because of his role in her people's destruction. The story is told primarily through exposition, with a great deal of dialogue and some action. Events are often described in the place of having a character describe them to another character, and these events often form their own chapters and take place out of sequence from the rest of the novel as a result. The...

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