Richelle Mead Writing Styles in Frostbite

Richelle Mead
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view. The narrator is Rose Hathaway, a dhampir who goes to school at St. Vladimir's Academy where she will someday graduate to become a guardian of Moroi vampires. Rose is seventeen and has recently come back to school after running away with her best friend, Lissa, for two years to protect her from a Moroi who wanted to use her for her magic gifts.

The point of view of this novel is an intimate one that allows the reader to be extremely close to the main character of the novel. By telling the novel in the first person, the author has taken away any physical or emotional barriers that might have kept the reader from feeling concern for the safety of the main character. At the same time, the author has created a mental bond between Rose...

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