Richelle Mead Writing Styles in Spirit Bound

Richelle Mead
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Point of View

The point of view of Spirit Bound is told from the first person by Rose, the main protagonist. Events occur outside the other main and minor character's interior states of being except for Rose. These points of view are thus never omniscient to the reader unless Rose characterizes why she believes or knows they are acting a certain way or believe competing ideas to her own. Many times their actions remain inscrutable, such as Dimitri's obsession with destroying Rose if he cannot have her in Strigoi form at his side. Why Dimitri must kill Rose besides an impulse to do so is never really fully established. If the story were told from the third person, of course, the reader might very well have Dimitri's reasoning stated in explicit terms as the author temporarily entered his consciousness and delineated such reasoning. But characters other than the narrator...

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