Jim Butcher Writing Styles in Fool Moon

Jim Butcher
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first person point of view of Harry Dresden. Dresden is a strong wizard who hires himself out to help people in the modern world who believe enough in magic to seek him out.

The first person point of view is a tight point of view that depends on everything the main character sees and feels. This point of view allows the reader to know that the main character will never be so badly injured that he will die or be unable to communicate. This takes a little tension from the plot. However, in this novel the reader must wonder if it is possible for Dresden to die and then continue the narration from some sort of afterworld because he is a warlock. This adds that tension back into the novel. It also allows the reader to become very close...

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