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John Sandford Writing Styles in Night Prey

John Sandford
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Point of View

The novel Night Prey is written in the third person. This is extremely helpful to the reader as events take place quickly and the writer follows the actions of several characters, changing from one to the other frequently. As the reader is able to understand the thoughts, feelings and motivations of the characters, there is very little confusion while reading the novel.

The novel follows the investigation into several killings in and around the Minneapolis area, and though the reader knows who the killer is from the beginning of the novel, the investigators do not. This allows the reader to experience the events first hand, both from the perspective of both the killer and from those trying to stop him. The reader is also privy to the motivation of the killer, both at the outset of the novel and as the story progresses.

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