Julie Garwood Writing Styles in Honor's Splendour

Julie Garwood
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Point of View

The book is written in third person from a semi-omniscient point of view. The majority of the novel is written from Madelyne's point of view, Duncan's point of view, or both, though there are occasional lapses to other characters. It's vital to have that complete look for the full understanding of the story line. For example, after Madelyne and Duncan are married, Gilard tells Edmond that he would have made Madelyne happy and that she deserves that. Edmond responds that Duncan and Madelyne love each other, but haven't yet realized that fact. Knowing Gilard's feelings for Madelyne is necessary when Gilard later joins Anthony outside Madelyne's room to stand guard.

Setting

The story is set in England, beginning in 1099 and stretching for the following year. The majority of the story occurs in and around Duncan's castle. It's a large castle with an extended household and several...

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