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Lincoln Child Writing Styles in Full Wolf Moon

Lincoln Child
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Point of View

The author uses first person narration in order to put the reader in the position of the character. The first person narration lets readers feel the emotions of the character and understand why they make the decisions they do. The beginning first person narration is in the perspective of a man named David Palmer. The author starts off with his narration in order to get the reader immersed in the mystery that will take place over the duration of the novel. Readers are able to see first hand what is going through David's mind when he is attacked by a mysterious monster. The experience of the attack in a first person narration heightens the sense of the attack and makes the reader become invested in the story. Without the first person narration, the reader would not be as impacted by the death of David Palmer...

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