Maya Banks Writing Styles in Rush (The Breathless Trilogy)

Maya Banks
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Point of View

Rush is written in the third person, providing a narrator who is not involved in the plot to tell the story. The narrator is omniscient and reliable, being able to describe not only the action that takes place, but also the thoughts and feelings of the characters. This is an appropriate voice for this type of book because it gives the reader insights into each of the character's thoughts and motivations at any given time. It enables the reader to observe their growth as it takes place.

Language and Meaning

Rush is written in a straightforward manner using standard American English. After a Prologue and five chapters that are written as a flashback, the remainder of the novel takes place in the present time and proceeds in chronological order.

Since it is a romance novel involving deviant sexual behavior, the book includes many extremely graphic...

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