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Yes. The characters especially are just written very interestingly.
But it's really pretentious and creepy. :(
I have! They are some of my favourite books of recent years. I tend to stay away from fandoms of things I like, though, is it really that bad? (I should admit, though, that I find Denna horribly boring. :D)Anybody here read any of the Kingkiller Chronicle by Patrick Rothfuss? Those books are like my second favorite ever (behind The Last Unicorn of course) but the fandom seems to be full of the type of people who ship the protagonist with his teachers/friends even though he's clearly in love with someone else and is actually telling everything in flashback and ugh it just rubs me the wrong way so hard and I'm afraid to leave my safe zone of TCoD to find people to talk to about it :v
It's okay! Looking for Alaska is a lot more accomplished as a novel, though. It's structured really well and contains less concentrated emotion.
I get that feel! I think it's because it's romanticised up to eleven. Like the novel is supposed to be kind of a romance epic but supposedly Hazel is meant to challenge that a little but she only kinda sorta does? It's hard because Hazel is the narrator so.Cirrus said:But it's really pretentious and creepy. :(
Please stop advertising your threads; asking people repeatedly to look at your stuff when it's off-topic is likely to have the opposite effect.If your talking about real books, I'm currently reading The Hunger Games. If your talking about fanfics, read my One-Shot, Revenge, and tell me what u think! :D