James Patterson Writing Styles in Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment

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Point of View

A majority of the chapters are presented in first person through the eyes of the main character, Maximum Ride. This is an excellent choice because of Max's role in the story and also because of the sights and sounds Max experiences that cannot be seen or heard by the others.

In the chapters that are not devoted to Max, Patterson uses a third person omniscient point of view. This point of view is particularly accurate when both setting and an overall explanation of the times and events are of great importance to the story. There are times when Max is separated from the group and therefore could not speak on their behalf. Third person allows Patterson to give the reader great insight into the sights and sounds of the time and to develop a sense of personality and vision regarding each character.

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