Andrea Cremer Writing Styles in Wolfsbane

Andrea Cremer
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Point of View

The novel is written in the first-person point of view. The narrating character is Calla Tor, a human who has the ability to become a wolf. Calla is an alpha wolf, the leader of a pack of wolves. Calla and her pack were created by a group of humans called the Keepers who used magic in an unnatural way to create a group of humans who could protect them from the Searchers. As this novel begins, calla has just defied all her masters by saving her lover from death and escaping with the help of the Searchers.

The point of view of this novel allows an intimate connection between the reader and the main character of the novel. The point of view is the most intimate of modern points of views and allows the reader to connect deeply with the main character while keeping the reader...

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