K. Bromberg Writing Styles in Driven (The Driven Trilogy)

K. Bromberg
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Point of View

Driven is written in the first person and told from Rylee's point of view. This is appropriate because it gives the reader an opportunity to experience everything that she experiences and to be fully aware of her thoughts and feelings about the events that take place in the novel. This is particularly useful because Rylee is confused about her feelings for much of the book, swinging wildly between her offense at Colton's arrogant behavior and her extreme sexual attraction to him. Rylee experiences a wide range of emotions throughout the course of the book, often feeling conflicting emotions at the same time, and the reader would not get a true sense of her confusion, guilt and desire without being able to see all of that through her eyes.

Language and Meaning

Driven is written in casual, modern American English and can be comprehended by an...

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