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Point of View

The King of Scars is told in the third person point of view through the eyes of various narrators. The first and only character to have a single chapter is Dima who introduces Nikolai’s monster and how terrifying he actually is.

The second is Zoya, a powerful Grisha who is not only close to Nikolai, but capable of using the magic of saints that Nikolai cannot. Her strong feelings towards the Saints, the Darkling, and Nikolai provide a more emotional narrative experience as she struggles to figure out her own powers and beliefs.

Next is Nikolai himself, whose point of view is used to show the stress he is under and his attempts to quell the monster so that he can become a king Ravka needs. His narration provides insight into how he thinks. It is the most reliable way to show that he...

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