Michael J. Sullivan Writing Styles in The Crown Tower

Michael J. Sullivan
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Point of View

The point of view of The Crown Tower is third person. It is told through the eyes of several characters. The viewpoint switches from chapter to chapter. Hadrian Blackwater is a soldier who is tired of killing and has just lost his father. His thoughts and feelings about his former life and his life with his father are shown through his eyes. The reader feels his guilt and shame for the life he has led. Gwen is a young girl with the Sight who has traveled to Medford because her mother has told her she must go there. A man gives her six coins to give to a man she will meet in Medford one day. Gwen’s belief of her destiny and her strong will are visible when she tells her story. Hadrian and Gwen’s viewpoints dominate the book with other viewpoints appearing...

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