Philip Miller and Molly Devon Writing Styles in Screw the Roses, Send Me the Thorns: The Romance and Sexual Sorcery of Sadomasochism

Philip Miller and Molly Devon
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Perspective

The novel is told from a combination of first, second, and third points of view. As an informational book, these varying points of view are vital to explaining the vast amount of detail contained in a way that is suitable for each situation. Philip and Molly, the authors, often use their own SM experiences to explain specific themes such as trust, submission, dominance, and other basic concepts. This perspective helps to solidify the content of the book in a way that is acceptable and believable due to the personal nature of the themes. On occasion, stories and opinions of others involved in the SM community are given in an effort to explain areas Philip and Molly are unfamiliar with. These sections not only help to explain the themes such as electro-torture, professional doms, and other areas, but also serve to again create a realistic scenario in the third...

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