James Patterson Writing Styles in The Midnight Club

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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is third person omniscient. The narrating character shifts repeatedly, including the point of view of the characters Stef, Sarah, and Alexandre St.-Germain. Each of these views is omniscient, allowing the reader not only to see the actions taking place around these characters, but to also see their emotions and thoughts. The reader rides along with these characters and is given insight into the plot of the novel through the eyes of each narrating character.

The point of view of this novel works because it gives the reader a well rounded view into the plot and the emotions of the characters living the story. The shifting of point of view from each of the characters allows the reader to see the story from several points of view, seeing the story in such a way that it is more rounded...

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