John Grisham Writing Styles in The Runaway Jury

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The story is told by an omniscient third person who facilitates the many different plot lines that run through the novel. The narrator effectively relays the thoughts and feelings of all the characters, making us feel as though we are seeing things through their eyes. This also gives us insight into where the plot may be going and there is many times where the reader knows more than the characters do. By using the third person, Grisham makes the plot seem predictable, which makes the twists at the end even more effective and shocking to the reader.

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