Fictional narratives are composed of stories. The stories in fictional narratives are told by an agent who is the creation of the author. In order to know who specifically is telling the story, readers ask the voice question "who speaks?". This book focuses on analyzing the narrative voices employed to narrate the story of a single narrative text, Tree of Heaven. Based on the focus area, the book shows how two narrators having distinct voices are engaged in narrating the events of the story. In addition, it shows the relationship of the narrators and the author.