Warriors (book series) Writing Styles in The Sight

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Point of View

"The Sight" employs an omniscient alternating person point of view. Point-of-view characters take turns at being the main protagonist. The omniscient point of view imparts a great deal of information but lacks the immediacy of a first-person point of view.

The omniscient point of view means that the story is told from an all-seeing God-like viewpoint that sees and knows all. Third person pronouns are employed but the author has the liberty to go into the consciousness of any of the characters and reveal things that have occurred in the past or will happen in the future. Each character must have a distinctive voice so that the reader is never at a loss as to whose consciousness he or she is privy to at the moment. The omniscient point of view is a suitable device for an epic novel which explores a theme with several tangled...

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