Character Relationships

Justine Cantin

For those of you who need a better explanation of who is who, here is an organizational chart of the characters mentioned in the first part of the book.



2 thoughts on “Character Relationships

  1. This is a very interesting idea and it is a great post! I am sure this organizational chart will help more than one reader of Razor’s Edge. I appreciate the fact that it is very simple, which makes it easy to read. Oftentimes, while creating this kind of chart people get carried away and add a lot of unnecessary information, which affects the understanding of the chart. Thank you for sharing, keep up the good work!


  2. This is a great way to present the links between characters. I like this idea, it is effective and original. Since I did not read the book, it is easier with the image to get a sense of who is who. I tend to get lost with the characters’ names in the summaries.


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