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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is third person omniscient. The narrating character shifts from scene to scene and chapter to chapter, but the authors tend to stick with the same five or six main characters as their narrators. The point of view utilized in this novel allows the reader to know the thoughts and emotions of the characters that have the ability to influence the actions of the plot. This includes McFarlane, the meteorite scientist, Glinn, the head of EES, the captain of the Rolvaag, and the rogue captain of the Almirante Ramirez.

The point of view of this novel is common in modern bestselling novels. In some cases, this type of multiple viewpoint can be confusing to the reader, but here the authors are careful to make sure the reader knows who is speaking, what their viewpoint of the plot is, and how...

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