Kelley Armstrong Writing Styles in Stolen

Kelley Armstrong
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Point of View

Stolen is told in the first person by the book's main character, Elena Michaels. The only exception is the prologue, which is written in the third person by an omniscient narrator who describes the circumstances in which Roger, a shaman who has been held captive at Winsloe's compound, is killed. The narrator's ability to relay Roger's thoughts and feelings helps the reader begin to get a sense of the supernatural forces that will be prevalent throughout the novel.

Elena's narration of the remainder of the book serves the plot well. She is able to convey the horror she witnesses, such as the gruesome deaths of Dr. Carmichael and the mutt werewolf Patrick Lake, as well as her own feelings about being a werewolf and the conflicting emotions and behaviors that status brings. Since Elena has never met anyone from other supernatural races before, the reader learns...

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