Katie MacAlister Writing Styles in Even Vampires Get the Blues

Katie MacAlister
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Point of View

The prologue of the novel is written in third person with Paen Scott as the narrator. The rest of the novel is written in the first person point of view with Sam Cosse as the narrator. Sam takes the reader on an intense ride of both mystery and love.

The point of view of the prologue allows the reader to be present when Paen is confronted by the demon, Caspar. This episode introduces the conflict into the plot, showing the reader how Paen learned of his need to find the Jilin God in five days or cause his mother to lose her soul. The rest of the book is seen through the first person narration of Sam Cosse. Sam is a half elf who once trained to be a diviner and is a good finder of lost objects. Sam and Paen have an instant connection that...

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