Michael Connelly Writing Styles in The Gods of Guilt

Michael Connelly
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first person point of view. The narrator is Mickey Haller, a lawyer in Los Angeles who often works out of the back of his car. Mickey is an interesting character who often finds himself stretching the line between right and wrong in order to do whatever it takes to find justice for his clients.

The first person point of view of this novel is an intimate point of view that pulls the reader into Mickey’s head and shows them how hard he tries to do the right thing even as he is doing something that is borderline illegal. This point of view lets the reader know that, yes, Mickey has a conscience, that he knows that many of the things he does is wrong, but he does them to try and save those who rely on him. It...

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