Frank E. Peretti Writing Styles in House

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Point of View

This novel is told from the third-person point of view an omniscient narrator. The narrator follows all of the main characters, along with the Tin Man, who is the villain of the novel, at some point in the book. As these four players in the Tin Man's game are separated at different points in the novel, the narrator is able to record what is going on with each group of characters even when these actions occur at the same time.

The story is told through both exposition and dialogue. The conversations between characters as they try to determine how they should react to the things that are happening around them are important to the novel as these conversations show the changing attitudes they have toward each other. These conversations also show how drastically different the characters are reacting to the stress compared to one another. On...

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