Charlaine Harris Writing Styles in Midnight Crossroad

Charlaine Harris
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Point of View

The narrative is written from the third-person point-of-view of Manfred, Fiji, and Bobo. At different times, the narrative shifts between the experiences of the three Midnight residents. One narrative is that of the newcomer in town, Manfred, and his adjustment to Midnight. Another narrative is that of Bobo whose story drives the plot. Everything revolves around his grandfather’s legacy of weapons. This part of the story has to be told from his perspective as it is his story. The third narrative is that of the amateur detective, Fiji. Her point of view is particularly well handled as it effectively shows the struggle that she faces with her feelings toward Bobo and explains why she tries so hard to prove his innocence.

The three narratives merge to provide a happy ending to the novel as Manfred realizes that he is accepted and happy to be...

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