Jim Butcher Writing Styles in Grave Peril

Jim Butcher
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Point of View

The story is written in first person point of view, past tense. The view comes from that of only one character, Harry Dresden and the view is limited based only on what Harry sees and feels. There will be times in the story when Harry realizes something but the character will be forced to wait until Harry chooses to reveal it to find out what he is contemplating. The point of view in the story will be crucial since much of what happens involves a past history, and emotional state, of the main character. Without insight into Harry and what he is feeling and remembering the reader would loose much information about Harry and the plot that is beginning to develop.

Since the story focuses largely on the main character's magical ability there is a lot of exposition in the story that reveals facts concerning the...

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