Rick Riordan Writing Styles in Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, Book 3 The Ship of the Dead

Rick Riordan
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Point of View

The author uses a first-person point of view. The story is told from the perspective of Magnus Chase, as were the first two novels. Magnus narrates in a casual, intimate way that often includes funny insights or jokes about the situations he and his friends face. There are no exceptions to this point of view. Riordan maintains Magnus's first person point of view even when Magnus has dreams or visions of the past. The chapter titles are also written in first person point of view from Magnus's perspective.

Language and Meaning

In the novel, author Rick Riordan use simple, straightforward language, that is often meant to be humorous. Much of the humor comes from funny asides made by the narrator Magnus Chase. Magnus will often exaggerate for a humorous effect, make light of a dire situation or respond sarcastically to the events of the novel...

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