Stuart Woods Writing Styles in Deep Lie: A Novel

Stuart Woods
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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is third person. This point of view makes the novel easier to read because the reader not only knows what the characters are saying but also what they are thinking and feeling. It also helps to make the novel flow easier between the two characters even though the events are happening in different countries. The point of view helps the reader unravel the details as the main character is also doing the same thing.

The story is mostly told from the narrator's point of view, with a little conversation scattered through. This helps the reader because the author moves between chapters telling the story from each person's point of view. Where one chapter focuses on Rule and her investigation into what Majorov is up to now and what the new satellite photos mean, the next chapter will tell about...

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