Morgan Rice Writing Styles in Turned (Book #1 in the Vampire Journals)

Morgan Rice
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Point of View

Morgan Rice tells her novel “Turned” from the point of view of the third-person limited omniscient perspective. This is done for several reasons. There are several influential characters in the novel, with different backgrounds and different agendas. The third-person narrative acts as a unifying strand between each of these characters, allowing the reader to traverse the events and situations these characters are involved in with ease. The third person itself is told in limited omniscience because it allows the readers to learn and understand only as much as the characters themselves learn and understand. Grace Grant, for example, has no idea that the murderer she is looking for is actually a vampire, while Caitlin herself knows precious little about vampirism or vampire prophecy. This allows the writer to build mystery, suspense, and advance the plot.

Language and Meaning

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