Harlan Coben Writing Styles in Fade Away

Harlan Coben
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Point of View

Fade Away by Harlan Coben is written in the third person, omniscient. For the most part, Myron Bolitar is the main focus, however there are brief passages where his assistant Esperanza is highlighted. Myron, as the main character, is the center of the majority of the novel, however Esperanza is highlighted in order to bring important facts to the readers attention.

The story is told with quite a bit of dialogue, in a fast paced manner. This is helpful to the reader, as it expresses the rapid change of events and emotions throughout.

The language is modern, reflecting the age and lifestyle of the main characters. Most of the characters in the novel are in their thirties, and well educated, and the author expresses their thoughts and personalities well.

Setting

The novel Fade Away by Harlan Coben takes place in many different locations in the New...

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