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Tom McNeal
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Point of View

This novel is written in the first person narrative point of view of Jacob Grimm, a ghost/specter who is trapped in a dimensional plane between the living and the full afterlife where he wishes to end up. He is an interesting narrator, as he only exists on the mental plane, more or less, and can only communicate through Jeremy Johnson, a boy who has the gift of hearing individuals in-between the living and the afterlife. As a result, although the novel is told only from Jacob's point of view and perspective, it is almost as if Jeremy has an equal share in the narration as he acts as the real world mouthpiece for Jacob. It is a very interesting combination of perspectives, as there is the mentor figure of Jacob who is concerned more with Jeremy's intellectual growth (as that is the greatest impact...

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