Raymond E. Feist Writing Styles in Magician, Master

Raymond E. Feist
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Point of View

The story is written in third person. The characters in the book seemingly have no connection in the first other than a past and that they are all in the same war, but you find as the story continues that their stories are destined to collide again. The book is told from a sometimes limited and sometimes omniscient point of view. For instance when Thomas is having an inner struggle between himself and the Velheru, you are given the details of what Thomas feels and thinks while the battle occurs. Other times you are given nothing more than a look that occurred but no explanation as to why it was there. The story is not told from one point of view. It happens to tell the story of the war itself and goes between the men and women that have major roles in the war.

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