Neon Prey Themes & Motifs

John Sandford
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The Role of Technology in Society

The author uses the plot to illustrate the theme that technology plays an important role in the society the characters live in. As such, technology cannot be avoided. Lucas attempts to gather information about the location of Deese using questioning and The author uses the plot to illustrate the theme that technology plays an important role in the society the characters live in. They cannot avoid technology. Lucas attempts to gather information about Deese’s location using questioning and fails. This point is significant to the illustration of this theme because his type of questioning is non-technical. He is only able to find the location of Deese through the use of technology. The use of technology enables him to discover one of the houses Beauchamps has because a woman he slept with called her cell phone from his land line. Tremanty...

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