Chris Wooding Writing Styles in Storm Thief

Chris Wooding
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Point of View

The Point's of View used in The Storm Thief by Chris Wooding remain in the third-person subjective or personal, in which the story is recounted in in the 'he, she, they, or it mode, but diverts suddenly into the inner thoughts and feelings of the main characters, revealing their thoughts and feelings to the reader. These point's of view vary considerably throughout the book, as the narrative focus switches every section or 'chapter' from Rail, to Moa, Vago, Lysander Bane and even Finch. The overall effect is that we have a third-person narrative narrated to us by at least five characters (with the occasional thoughts and feelings of the tertiary characters). Each narrative focus gives the reader an insight into that character's motivations and feelings, allowing the author to build the plot not just out of the events, but also out of the different motivations and...

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