John Sandford Writing Styles in Eyes of Prey

John Sandford
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The novel is written in the third person point of view. The narration moves from character to character, often focusing on the criminal, Michael Bekker, and the cop, Lucas Davenport. The multiple viewpoints allow the reader to see both the motives of the criminal as well as the procedures the cop uses to find the criminal. From the beginning of the novel, the reader knows that Bekker is the mastermind behind a group of murders, and Lucas Davenport knows it as well. However, Lucas does not know how Bekker has committed these murders, but the reader does. Therefore, it is entertaining for the reader to watch Lucas play catch up and find a way to arrest Bekker.

The point of view of this novel is common to its genre. What makes the point of view of this novel a little different is that the reader gets...

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