Lincoln Child Writing Styles in The Relic

Lincoln Child
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Point of View

The point of view of this novel is third person omniscient. The writers of this novel tell their story through multiple viewpoints, including those of Margo Green, William Smithback Jr. and Special Agent Pendergast. The changes in point of view character allows the reader to see the story through multiple viewpoints, including events that might take place out of the view of the main characters. One example of this is when the security guard is killed in the museum. This murder takes place when no one else is around and to a character who only narrates this small section of the novel because it is essential the reader understand the danger of the creature, but the writers do not want to kill off a major character who might have an important impact on the plot later in the story.

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