James Patterson Writing Styles in Hide & Seek: A Novel

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Point of View

There are two different points of view in this novel. The first point of view used by the author is the first person point of view. This point of view is a fairly narrow point of view that shows the actions of the plot through only one character's eyes. In this novel, the first person point of view narrator is Maggie Bradford, one of the main characters. Maggie shares her story with the reader as though she is writing it down while in prison, awaiting trial for the murder of her husband, Will Shepard. The second point of view used in this novel is the third person omniscient. This point of view follows the life of Will Shepard from the time he is six until the novel closes. Will is not the narrator, but he is the focal character. In fact, in this point of view...

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