John A. Flanagan Writing Styles in The Royal Ranger

John A. Flanagan
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Point of View

The Royal Ranger is written in the third person limited omniscient. Writing the story from this point of view allows the reader to learn the thoughts, fears, believes and motivations of the main characters in the story. The “limited” omniscient presents only the point of view of the major characters in the story.

This point of view is important in this story of a young royal princess who becomes the first female Ranger and is an apprentice under a legendary and heroic Ranger. These two main characters have their own demons to deal with. The reader learns that Maddie, the princess, does not find life very exciting as a royal and that she is in conflict with her parents over her reckless behavior. She wants excitement and drama in her life. She loves hunting, tracking, and weaponry. She is not your regular royal princess by...

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