Stephen Coonts Writing Styles in Stephen Coonts' Deep Black

Stephen Coonts
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Point of View

The book is written in the third person point of view with the narrator being the author, Stephen Coonts. Even though there is a great deal of dialog in the novel, it is the author who fills in the details for the reader and it is the author who describes the various settings that characters visit or the various gadgets that the characters use. This allows the reader to obtain more information that the first person point of view would.

If the book were written in the first person, the knowledge of the reader would be confined to the knowledge of the storyteller. The reader would have no knowledge of events that occurred outside the purview of the storyteller. In a book of this type, with the action taking place in various spots of the world and all of the technical gadgets that need to be...

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