Alan Furst Writing Styles in Night Soldiers

Alan Furst
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Point of View

The novel Night Soldiers is told with the omniscient third person point of view, with an unseen narrator. This narrator is trusted and reliable for the reader.

Although the majority of the action, thoughts and dialogue involve Khristo, this form of point of view allows the reader to be present for critical plot movements where Khristo will be affected but not present. This view also allows the narrator to show the reader how the main character is seen by others.

The narrator in this novel returns to the minds of Sascha, Goldman and Kulic often enough for the reader to understand their motivations and personalities. This will be important when bringing the character back into the action in this or a subsequent novel.

Setting

The novel Night Soldiers covers many settings, but true to its title, most of the action occurs under the cover of darkness...

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