classics, fantasy that isn’t too cliche
Do you like easy or complicated fantasy?
Sounds like fun
does not matter
Mistborn Trilogy by Brandon Sanderson.
This one has complicated lore. It includes a lot of politics and the magic system is mindblowing.
The Sword of Kaigen by M.L. Wang. This one is more of the anime type of books and it’s a lot like The Last Airbender. If you want to shed some tears, it has the perfect death scene.
Strange the Dreamer. This one is more like mythology. It is a high fantasy with a poetic writing style. I recommend it, except I don’t suggest you read the sequel.
But the incest is the only bad part of it from what I’ve heard.
How awful is it, truly?
Depends on what is awful to you.
Awful to me is Beautiful Disaster. 5 chapters feel like 500.
Haven’t read it. Awful to me is cringe cliche romance. Toxic relationships romantacized. Any sort of romance tbh, but don’t share the secret.
Basically, my main issue is I don’t enjoy romance as a main plot but as a subplot. That’s why my main enemy is most popular YAs.
That is exactly what it is, just add in frustratingly slow pacing and cringe inducing prose. Also random product placement.
Sounds like the regular wattpad works.
I understand. People kissing gets boring with no outside plot.
Yeah, but worse in everyway and before Wattpad’s infamy. 2012, I think.
Also, does it matter if they kiss or they don’t? My life will be the same & it may even make me sad cause it’ll remind me of my single life & then I’ll struggle to date because of my ultimately high expectations. jkjk it isnt that bad
It matters to the fans, at least.
Omg, could it be that this book is what inspired wattpad’s cringeness? :o
It was a New York Times Bestseller, after all