Anthony O'Brian

Is the narration portions of the book "your thoughts" as the author?

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Anthony O'Brian No. The 'narration' portions are the thoughts of the fictional author who is writing his memoirs at an old age. He is referencing things for the sake of his progeny that may or may not understand the era or the events. This is the purpose for the narration. It is not me, Anthony O'Brian, telling the reader (you) what I am thinking about at that point nor what I 'learned' while researching the book.

The book is a series and the 'narrator' will be revealed in the last book (3rd). Every aspect of the book is significant to the story - including the narrations.
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