And what a treat that is. Often in fiction, descriptions are dry, as if a soulless narrator is dictating their surroudings. In Somebody Stop Her, however, everyone is unique. They have unique speech patterns, interests, and views on life. The best part is that those views change their PoV chapters. Every character's voice paints the prose a different color, changing based on how they experience reality.
As a writer, I struggle with writing distinct chararacters. Through this fiction I've learned a little more about how to proceed with my own craft.
We often come across great novels on Royalroad. From Beware of Chicken to Mother of Leaning, there are amazing, genre-defining fictions no matter which direction we look.
However, despite their gripping plots, sympathizable characters, and immersive worldbuilding, they all seem to evade the prevailing questions of our era, one among them more important than the others: How does a man react upon learning of his mother's negligence in buying tendies?
Viciouspentagram seeks to answer that query in this ground-breaking psychological study.