Mull, Brandon Writing Styles in Fablehaven

Mull, Brandon
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Point of View

Fablehaven is written in third person from the limited perspective of the Kendra and Seth. The third-person perspective is necessary because Seth and Kendra are not always together, and the novel follows the activities of both. In most cases, the perspective follows Kendra when she and Seth are together, such as the opening of the chapter titled “Forgotten Chapel.” In that scene, Kendra and Seth are riding in a cart, but the reader sees the scene only from Kendra's perspective. She sees that Seth is smiling, and she assumes that he is not worried about what they are about to face. Kendra describes her own worries, but the reader does not know what Seth is actually thinking. The limitations are acceptable to the novel.

When Seth and Kendra are not together, the perspective changes between the two of them. For example, Seth is with Dale...

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