Lee Child Writing Styles in Running Blind

Lee Child
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Point of View

Running Blind, by Lee Child, is written in the third person. This style of writing helps the reader to understand the main character, Jack Reacher. As Reacher is not a 'typical' person, this is important, since his actions and thoughts are not what one would necessarily expect. Though the reader is able to delve into the mind of Reacher, there are still times when one is not privy to all of Reacher's thoughts or plans. This helps keep the book moving at a quick pace, as well as maintain a certain level of suspense and mystery.

Interspersed throughout the novel there are several monologues from the killer. Each of these takes place at a key point in the novel, whether it be when Reacher has reached a dead end, or when the main character seems to be getting closer to the truth. The monologue from the...

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