Harlan Coben Writing Styles in Drop Shot

Harlan Coben
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Point of View

Drop Shot is written in the third person omniscient. This is a great deal of help to the reader, as it gives one insight into the thoughts and actions of Myron Bolitar, the main character in the novel. Myron and his plans are the main focus of the novel; however, there is a brief period when the point of view shifts to that of Myron's girlfriend, Jessica Culver. This switch takes place at a point of high drama, when Jessica's life is being threatened, to give the reader greater insight into Jessica's thoughts and feelings, and also to present Myron's friend Win from a different perspective.

The characters in Drop Shot vary in age and background, but all communicate in modern language, signifying a story that takes place in current times. Though all the characters in the novel are educated, there are times when some slip...

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