James Patterson Writing Styles in Angel: A Maximum Ride Novel

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Point of View

The majority of "Angel: A Maximum Ride Novel" is told in the first person by Max. She tells the story as if writing in a journal or book. Sometimes she speaks directly to the reader and references previous novels in the series. Angel is a sarcastic 15 year old who's words reflect both her age and maturity level.

Some chapters are told in the third person limited. Fang, Angel, and Gazzy. Their thoughts and feelings are open to the reader in these chapters. As is the action from their point of view.

Setting

The first half of the book takes place in Arizona in and around Max's mother's home. As the action builds the setting changes to California and Paris. The climax of the book takes place is Paris, as does the falling action, resolution, and epilogue. Each setting contributes to the tension of the book. The...

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