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alik123 看全部
2023-3-19 15:40:54
Mine is hard to choose, you know, because I've read so many, But I think the closest one is Brandon Sanderson's The Way of Kings. Be warned, it's

big book.

toxatyt 看全部
2023-3-28 00:51:19
I really love the genre of dystopia. So one of my favorite books is, of course, 1984. to warn readers about the dangers of totalitarianism. The book explores how such a state system would affect society and the people who live in it. It influenced me a lot, and I started writing my own books. Also on the theme of dystopia with a dash of science fiction. I'm still new to writing, so at this point I'm helped by a tool with free editable storyboarding card templates software on the website. I'm almost done with the book, the plot is ready, all that's left is to write it out in detail. Would anyone be interested in reading it.
Zazajoj 看全部
2023-3-30 00:54:57
The master of a convoluted plot and the world's king of horror. What can frighten him? "Lord of the Flies is one of the most violent works in literature. There are no giant monsters like Lovecraft's, no mysterious powers like Edgar Allan Poe's. But the novel exposes the real essence of man, which would frighten even the sighted. STEVEN KING'S FAVORITE BOOK: W. GOLDING, LORD OF THE FLIES

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