Kim Harrison Writing Styles in Dead Witch Walking

Kim Harrison
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Point of View

The point of view in the story is written in first person in past tense. The point of view in the story will come only from Rachel. The point of view is limited to what Rachel has direct knowledge of. Despite the limited point of view, Rachel is very perceptive and what she perceives of people and situations is explained in detail. This will often relay any needed information. The story will focus highly on the plot surrounding Rachel leaving her I.S. job and the dealing of illegal biotechnology. While this is the main focus of the story, there will also be a lot of focus on the emotional growth of Rachel. She will spend much of the story being uneasy and unable to befriend anyone to the degree needed for a lasting relationship. The death of her father weighs heavily on her and is...

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