Cinda Williams Chima Writing Styles in The Crimson Crown

Cinda Williams Chima
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Point of View

The novel is written in the third-person and omniscient point of view. The author uses multiple characters to tell her story. The story begins in the voice of Raisa, the newly crowned Gray Wolf Queen. As the novel progresses, the narrator switches to Han Alister, Raisa's body guard and Wizard Council representative. The novel continues, moving back and forth from these two characters. The author also adds Dancer and Micah Bayar as narrators where necessary.

The point of view of this novel works well with the plot. The author tells the majority of her story through the eyes of her two main characters. However, when things happen that are outside the knowledge of these two characters, she uses other characters to tell their stories and revealing to readers important events in the novel that neither main character could possibly be aware of. In this way, the...

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