Anthony Horowitz Writing Styles in Stormbreaker

Anthony Horowitz
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Point of View

The novel is written in the third person omniscient point of view. Alex Rider is the main character; therefore, the point of view often follows him and his activities. However, there are times in which the author changes his point of view character in order to allow the reader to see or hear things of which Alex could not possibly be aware, such as Blunt's hope that Alex's probable death will open Sayle up to close scrutiny by his agency.

The point of view of this novel is a common one of modern novels. The author has chosen to use his main character as the point of view character the majority of the time, bringing the reader close to Alex Rider in such a way that the reader cares about what might happen to Alex. Therefore, when the point of view briefly changes to a discussion...

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