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Terry Goodkind Writing Styles in Stone of Tears

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Style

Point of View

The book is written in the third person point of view with the author focusing on different characters throughout the story to give the reader the full story. Richard is the main character in the story and much of the telling comes from his point of view. Kahlan and Zedd are two other characters who point of view is shown. The story's point of view is limited, but the characters in the book often are very intuitive, so the reader has a good idea of what other people are thinking or planning simply from reading the main characters' reactions. The author also takes time to follow some of the villains in the book, such as the Sisters of the Dark. This allows the reader to understand more clearly the point of view from those that oppose the main characters.

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