Harlan Coben Writing Styles in Don't Let Go

Harlan Coben
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Point of View

The majority of this novel is told from the first person point of view of Nap. The use of the first person point of view is important since the purpose of the novel is to describe Nap’s feelings, emotions, and thoughts as he works his way through the mystery behind his brother’s death. Using the first person point of view, the author is able to track Nap’s attitude toward his brother and Augie, and the changes in his opinion of them. For instance, Nap’s beliefs about his brother at the beginning of the novel are that he and his brother shared everything with each other. By the end of the novel, Nap realizes that he did not know Leo as well as he thought he did. Because this is a coming of age story, it is very important that the reader...

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