Michael Hague Writing Styles in In the Small

Michael Hague
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Point of View

"In the Small" by Michael Hague is recounted in the third-person and limited, omniscient perspective. The featured points of view are those of Mouse Willow and his sister, Beatrix Willow. These two youngsters are leaders of their respective survival groups. From these perspectives, the reader gains the insight of the youngsters' struggles and the challenges they face and the conflicts, both external and internal, that they have with their friends and relatives.

Author Hague is also the illustrator of the graphic novel. He is talented in telling a story through the limited dialog and text of this genre of literature. His ability to accurately portray the story through his artful, colorful and relevant drawings brings richness and depth to the story.

One premise that is suggested to explain the attack of the blue light is referred to as the Gaia Effect. This allegedly occurs, according to...

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