Lish McBride Writing Styles in Hold Me Closer, Necromancer

Lish McBride
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Point of View

Hold Me Closer, Necromancer is told primarily from the first person point of view of Sam. The narrative switches to a third person narrative intermittently throughout the novel. In doing so, it focuses the narrative on the characters that aren’t in direct contact with Sam. This happens when Douglas is in his mansion and the focus shifts to him. It also occurs when Brid is introduced and Ramon meets up with the werewolves to rescue Sam and Brid.

Sam is a youthful narrator. He is a college dropout in his early twenties. He is sarcastic and self-deprecating. His perspective is a fish-out-of-water narrative as he learns and comes to terms with his necromancy powers.

When the point of view shifts to Douglas, the tone is foreboding. Douglas appears to be in control and is calm and menacing. His power over Michael, James, and Brid...

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