James Rollins Writing Styles in Subterranean

James Rollins
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Point of View

The point of view in the story is told in third person, but the character whose point of view is being focused on will change throughout the story. Both antagonist and protagonist will have their point of view focused on. While many different characters are focused on for the point of view, there will not be any of the mimi'swee people that are looked at for the point of view in the story. The point of view in the story is limited to whatever the characters are seeing and sometimes thinking, but even when a character is being shadowed, much of what they are up too will still remain a mystery. An example of this is Khalid, when he is thinking about his mission. It isn't until much later in the story that his mission is explained. Khalid's point of view also never explains what his...

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