Vince Flynn Writing Styles in Transfer of Power

Vince Flynn
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Point of View

The perspective of the novel is third person omniscient. The reader is privy to the private thoughts of each character as the story comes to focus on the decisions he must make. Since so many principal characters affect the trajectory of parallel and simultaneous storylines, the third person omniscient narrator is a narrative necessity. The narrative voice is reliable and trustworthy. Even when the character speaking is lying, the narrator reveals the untruth.

Much of the novel takes place within the minds of each character. Inner monologues are interwoven throughout the novel. However, in large meetings or briefings the narrator becomes a fly on the wall, noting each character's spoken contribution without passing judgment. With a novel that deals with multiple controversial issues, a neutral narrator is necessary to the presevation of the integrity of the story. It is a fine line between patriotism and propoganda...

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