(me·chan·ics) the technical aspect or working part
Obviously the writing in a book has to be good in order to get sucked into it. Am I write? Haha. Bad pun. I’m sorry. Not really. But anyways, the writing is crazy important because it has to be pretty good to get the readers to keep reading. I CANNOT keep reading a book if the writing is too bad. It’s a huge turn off for me.
Some things that I really hate. (1) When the dialogue isn’t how real people talk. (2) When the main character is young but they talk and act like someone the authors age. (3) When the writing is just so bad you have no idea what is going on.
Those are just a few of my pet peeves. Here’s some books that have some really nice and flowing writing.
- The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling
- Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Mass
- Graceling by Kristen Cashore
- A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray
What are your favourite books with great writing? Or an author that has a unique writing style? Let me know!