BOOKS

classics, fantasy that isn’t too cliche

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Do you like easy or complicated fantasy?

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Sounds like fun :joy:

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does not matter

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It is.

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  1. Mistborn Trilogy by Brandon Sanderson.
    This one has complicated lore. It includes a lot of politics and the magic system is mindblowing.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

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But the incest is the only bad part of it from what I’ve heard.

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How awful is it, truly?

Depends on what is awful to you.

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Awful to me is Beautiful Disaster. 5 chapters feel like 500.

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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.

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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.

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That is exactly what it is, just add in frustratingly slow pacing and cringe inducing prose. Also random product placement.

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Sounds like the regular wattpad works. :sparkles:

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I understand. People kissing gets boring with no outside plot.

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Yeah, but worse in everyway and before Wattpad’s infamy. 2012, I think.

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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. :joy: jkjk it isnt that bad

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It matters to the fans, at least.

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Omg, could it be that this book is what inspired wattpad’s cringeness? :o

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It was a New York Times Bestseller, after all

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