|Sometimes it's the villain (or "villain") who "makes" the book ...|
|... Sometimes the secondary character "saves" the narrator ...|
|... And there's always a lot of weight on the narrator's "voice"|
Envision ... There's something else. The ability to see what the narrator--whether first or third person--wants and needs you to see. Or is it something more than that? I think it is ... but I'll save that for later!
... To be continued.