Stephen King Writing Styles in The Regulators

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The novel is written in what appears to be a simple third person point of view from the beginning. However, as the reader moves deeper into the novel and the point of view begins shifting quickly from character to character, the reader comes to understand that the novel is being told in a modified authorial voice with third person omniscient elements. The point of view of this novel is from the point of view of an outside story teller telling a story through the eyes of many different characters.

The point of view of this novel can be confusing for the reader at times. The author moves so quickly from character to character that sometimes the reader has to skip ahead a few lines to figure out whose mind the reader is in at that point in the story. At other times, the point of view...

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