Libba Bray Writing Styles in Going Bovine

Libba Bray
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Point of View

Going Bovine is told from the first-person point of view of Cameron Smith, a 16-year-old with a bad attitude. Cameron has a history of drug use and is not exactly Mr. Popular at school, but he seems to be liked well enough. Cameron's tone of voice is sarcastic, which can become grating after a while. However, his tone changes in the last third of the book as his character grows and is more tolerant and less bitter toward life. Cameron's character uses curse words often and tends to think and speak sarcastically. His speaking is fairly straightforward and he is not afraid to say what is on his mind. He also makes straight forward comments about people and situations in his mind that leave the reader with no doubt about how he is feeling.

Setting

There are numerous settings in Going Bovine. The book begins in...

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