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John Lescroart Writing Styles in The Vig

John Lescroart
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Style

Point of View

The novel is written in the third-person and omniscient point of view. The narrating characters differ from chapter to chapter and scene to scene. The main narrators are Dismas Hardy, Abe Glitsky, and Louis Baker. These characters are the main focus of much of the plot, giving the reader a well-rounded understanding of the plot from various points of view as well as allowing the reader to understand the motives of these main characters.

The point of view of this novel is coming to the modern bestseller. However, in this novel, it is slightly different because the author is very careful to make it clear who the narrating character is so that there is no confusion or misunderstanding within the plot. The point of view allows the reader to see the plot from multiple points of view. This gives a better understanding not only of the...

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