L. K. Madigan Writing Styles in Flash Burnout

L. K. Madigan
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Point of View

The point of view is from the narrator, Blake. He shares his thoughts, fears, bewilderments, awkwardness, torments, and other emotions with the reader. His ability to communicate his what is on his heart is remarkable for a first person narrative. Blake's voice is outstandingly authentic sounding. He speaks and thinks exactly like a 15-year-old boy. Due to the fact that it is written in the point of view of a boy, this book is appealing to both girls and boys who enjoy reading about real life with humor added in as a bonus.

Since Blake is a high school boy, he shares his lustful thoughts about Shannon with the reader. He enjoys seeing and touching her shoulders and her body. "I am full of Shannon after lunch. Her sweet, round shoulders and her thin, freckled arms that break out in goose bumps when I stroke them...

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