Angie Sage Writing Styles in Magyk

Angie Sage
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Point of View

The story is written in third person from an omniscient point of view. This perspective provides some interesting scenes that would not be possible with a more limited perspective. For example, in Chapter Forty-three, DomDaniel is approaching Aunt Zelda's house in the Darke ship and Aunt Zelda insists that Boy 412, Jenna, and Nicko leave the house. They are to go through the potions cupboard to a secret cave Boy 412 has already explored. Nicko wants to take the family's wolfhound, Maxie, with them but Maxie digs his claws in, trying to hang on to the floor and keep from being shoved into the cupboard. The reader learns that Maxie believes he is being punished for something "very bad." Maxie, however, can't remember anything that was a lot of fun that would have gotten him this kind of punishment. There are other aspects of the story that make...

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