Discussion of Writing Style

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I definitley agree the writing style was very intriguing and most definitley appealing .
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Using a narrator to start is unique since it captures the reader's interest.
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Ceilsyl wrote: 19 Jul 2020, 00:25 I couldn't agree with you more. The mystery way of writing the novel made it more interesting to read!😊
Me too. :D
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I couldn't agree more you defined it perfectly: interesting but still managing to get your point across!
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There are some elements of fantasy, although I agree it is not solely fantasy. Likewise, the way that the author wrote the novel makes it quite engaging.
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I liked the way you put it. Upon giving it a thought, I do agree with you.
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Post by Mary Mary1 »

i think the writing style feels different and i would love to explore it. from everyone's comment, it seems to be fascinating.
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I tend to agree. At first I thought it was kind of weird, but the way you put it has made me change my mind and look at the book in a whole new light. I am only about half way through, but I am loving the adventure of it.
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I was thinking the same thing! Completely new style of writing!
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The writer loves to write fantasy with touch of realism. But the writer managed to focus on main point of the story. Narative style on the beginning attracts reader's attention compelling reader to complete book thoroughly.
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I believe the author was creative. Although the writing style was somewhat funny, but it's a book to read.
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I believe so too. It's almost like the author had hypnotized me from the beginning of the book. It was totally magnificent.
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Post by rahilshajahan »

You are actually on point. Grant could've chosen so many better worldlines but he chose the story in this book. Kudos on your observation!
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The writing style was exceptional. I love novels which are able to combine a thriller effect and yet still be able to execute their genres perfectly
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Post by Fatima Saif »

Yes, the writing style is so intriguing that reader can't stop reading book. As the reader turns page, interest keeps developing and the reader gets more engaged.
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