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   [Consider this quote from The Blood of Three Worlds¹. In time of a worldwide loss of electrical power (due to EMP), legitimate² circumstances have pushed the Christian teens Michael (18) and Triana (16) into a decrepit 3rd floor room (Rm 301) of the Hotel Crandel. Triana lies fully clothed on the bed. At her request, Michael, removes a secret panel in the wall of the storage room next door and enters, lying on a blanket bed on the floor, that she prepared for him. Esther Crandel (70?), proprietor of the Inn, wife of head elder Amos, and new secret “first friend,” of Michael is behind this hasty arrangement–though seemingly unaware of the secret panel. The two teens, newly acquainted, had just had supper and discussed what might come next, as they learned that the perimeter of the Territory had been penetrated and they might be suddenly spirited away and sent on a forever one-way trip, if not killed by intruders. Sally is a 60-year-old housekeeper.]

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   For a look at “point of view” (POV)–one that might not be familiar to you, and one not commonly discussed, 3rd person limited-omniscient with an interloping narrator, go through the DOOR.

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