By Micheal Scott, presentation by Jessie Crandall
Here is an example of some dialogue from the book:
"You have my home address?" he said cautiously.
"I know all there is to know about you, Swordsman."
"How did you know I was here?" he said.
"You come here most weekends to work on the boat."
"How did you know that?" he asked.
Perenelle smiled but did not answer.
This dialogue proves that Niten is a person who has grown subject to routine, and Perenelle knows more than people think.
Nicholas squinted at Josh, hie pale eyes looking somewhat unfocused. "You could eat now if you wish, but by the time you're finished, Prometheus might have changed his mind." He smiled and asked lightly, "So, Josh, Fire magic or food?"
This shows how Nicholas is treating the situation seriously and is not humorous.
Sophie is depicted, from all angles (except for Dee's) as a good person. She is careful picking her friends and enemies, and Nicholas Flamel says she is more powerful out of the two twins. In addition, she has a commanding stance and is technically the "older sister" by a few seconds, as she clearly points out whenever Josh tries to take control. Her green eyes are stern. Even the narrator drops a few hints about Sophie as a nice person!
Point of View
The point of view in The Necromancer is third person omniscient because you can tell what each person is thinking. For example, you can tell what both Josh and Sophie are going to do next by their thoughts, as well as people on the bad side, such as Virginia Dare or John Dee.
The theme for The Necromancer is that even the closest of twins/friends have different views and it should not be assumed that they are completely alike.