Figurative Language

Varient by Robinson Wells

Personification

"Jane told me that the V's always ate on the bleachers unless the weather wouldn't let them" (Wells 68). The weather can not force them to not eat on the bleachers because it is not a living being.

Onomatopoeia

"I heard a shot- a sharp hiss compressed air- but I didn't see the shooter before a paintball smacked into my shoulder" (Wells 106).

Cliche

"TRUST NO ONE" (Wells). On the front cover the cliche trust no one appeared.