Justin Cronin Writing Styles in The Twelve (Book Two of the Passage Trilogy): A Novel

Justin Cronin
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Point of View

"The Twelve (Book Two of the Passage Trilogy)" is written with an almost-unlimited perspective from an omniscient point of view, and there is no focus on any single character. There are, however, some limitations, mainly seen in the lack of thoughts from the virals' point of view. The reader learns that their hunger for blood makes them irrational because Amy has a connection to them and learns of that. But the thoughts - if there are any - from the original Twelve are hidden with the exception of Anthony Carter. Even in that case, the reader learns about Carter's thoughts because Amy learns about them. Another limitation to the perspective is seen when the group from the Colony arrive at the settlement where humans are being fed to the virals. The reader learns about the true happenings and purpose of the settlement only when members of...

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