Jeff Wheeler Writing Styles in The King's Traitor

Jeff Wheeler
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Point of View

The King's Traitor is written in third person, and the majority is from the limited perspective of Owen Kiskaddon. Owen is an adult in this novel, which is the third of a series ad this novel effectively wraps up the mysterious events that have plagued Owen. The reader who has not read the first two novels of the series will have trouble understanding much of the novel, including the meaning and source of the magic that is an integral part of the novel. There are also complicated intrigues and political maneuverings that are built on events from previous novels of the series. While the author does not detail all the events of the previous novel, the perspective gives readers vital information as Owen works to put clues together for himself. His thoughts help the reader track what is happening and what it means.

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