Sarah Prineas Writing Styles in The Magic Thief

Sarah Prineas
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Point of View

The novel is primarily narrated in the first person by Conn, the novel’s protagonist. Conn is a young boy whose primary education has been living in the streets of the Twilight. As a result, his perspective is highly observant and understanding of the unspoken subtext in his surroundings. At the same time, he is a highly suspicious narrator in that he finds it difficult to trust those around him, and he is quick to judge the character and mannerisms of others. While this provides the reader with genuine insight into different characters’ personalities and more subtle traits, it also skews the reader to have an initially distrusting view of most new characters.

Nevery’s journal entries at the end of the chapters help balance out Conn’s perspective with a more rational look at Conn himself. As Nevery’s observations become increasingly Conn-centric, the...

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