Terry Brooks Writing Styles in Running with the Demon

Terry Brooks
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Point of View

The novel, Running with Demons, by Terry Brooks, is primarily told from the third person omniscient point of view. This means that the narration follows several characters, primarily Nest Freemark and John Ross, but can also see into their minds to describe what they are feeling or thinking. The technique is important as it lets the reader determine the nature of the two main characters and form a strong opinion about them. The two main characters are the catalysts of most of the events that follow in the novel, and much that has happened to them in the past is also crucial for the reader to know. Therefore, by using the third person point of view, the narration can delve into flashbacks to describe their past. The narration also follows several secondary characters, such as the demon, Evelyn Freemark, Old Bob Freemark, Jared Scott and Derry...

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