James Patterson Writing Styles in Med Head: My Knock-down, Drag-out, Drugged-up Battle with My Brain

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Point of View

Med Head is told in first-person and limited omniscient narration through Cory Friedman's perspective. This means that Cory speaks using "me" and "I" and that the only person whose thoughts the reader has access to are Cory's alone. The reader is held very close to Cory's emotions because these are the most important aspects to understanding the novel, which follows Cory's journey as he struggles with a variety of behavioral disorders (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Tourette's Syndrome, and Anxiety Disorder). The point-of-view narration is completely reliable as Cory struggles to understand what is happening in his brain and body.

His confusion provides the perfect opportunity for the reader's questions - particularly about medical terminology - to be answered. Whenever a question may arise, Cory often asks the same question simultaneously.

It is interesting to note that even though this is a true story narrated from Cory Freidman's...

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