Explain the importance of the narrator voice in a book when it comes to conveying the author style
In its simplest terms, the narrator is the voice in the book which is not that of any of the characters. In other words, anything you write which does not come from the mouths of your characters is narrative summary. However, the narrator is not you. The narrator is a character who the author controls. The narrator often says things that an author believes to be untrue; that’s why it is called fiction. The narrator voice sets the scenes, it carves out the different characters' identities and provides contextual insights and background as the narrative unfolds from different third-person perspectives.