Scott Westerfeld Writing Styles in Midnighters #3: Blue Noon

Scott Westerfeld
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Point of View

The story is narrated by a third party, likely the author, since the narrator is not a part of the story line. Each chapter is written from a different midnighter's point of view. There is third-person writing as well as dialogue between characters. The combination gives readers all of the information necessary to understand the events of the book. The author makes it possible for the readers to see the characters' thoughts and the contrast between those thoughts and what they actually say. There is a disconnect between thoughts and spoken word and this emphasizes the fact that the midnighters are human, just as much as super-human. If the author chose to simply describe everything on his own, readers would miss out on the dynamics of the midnighters and the way that each personality fits perfectly into the storyline.

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