Stephen Cole Writing Styles in Doctor Who - the Art of Destruction

Stephen Cole
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Point of View

While the point-of-view in this book is consistently third-person subjective, the viewpoint shifts from person to person. At one point in the story, the reader might be seeing a scene from The Doctor's perspective, and two paragraphs later, they will be reading from Rose's perspective. This allows the reader to get into the minds of each of the characters, whether they are Valnaxi, travelers, scientists, or aliens. It adds to the chaos and confusion surrounding the battle scenes yet offers insight into how each character thinks and feels.

Setting

The bulk of this story takes place underground. This adds mystery and danger, keeping the story suspenseful. The characters run from enemies and aliens, finding themselves in dead-ends and narrow passageways. The temperature is very hot outdoors, and cooler in the caves. There are rock formations and caves the characters use to evade enemies and to further...

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