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Lance Armstrong Writing Styles in It's Not About the Bike

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Perspective

The book is written in the first person perspective of the author, Lance Armstrong. His expertise in cycling provides both insight and accuracy on the topic. While his knowledge could make the discussion very technical, the author presents the information in a way the average reader can understand and enjoy.

The author is willing to share very intimate topics and events and provide details that only he could reveal. It gives the book honesty and integrity. The stories are not overtold; they provide just the right level of detail and therefore do not come off boastful nor seeking pity. As a member of the cycling community, Lance presents a very accurate description of the cycling events, but he also presents them accurately, sharing the good and the bad points.

The topics chosen for discussion are well selected. They hold the reader's interest and maintain a pace that does...

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