Very discriptive! It appeals to the senses, making me feel as if I can hear ever crunch of leaves, and see every detail.
I dissagree, but everyone is entitled to their own opinion. However, as Anakin stated, it would be best not to point this out in such a crass manner.
I'd have to say Gandalf. Even after he becomes Gandalf the White, his magic is still really strong.
Actually, Breaking Dawn is book four. Midnight Sun is more of a companion than a sequal, to my understanding.
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Really? I don't believe I've ever seen that picture; I guess I'll look it up.
It certainly got my attention. I think it would prove to be an excellent story.
I chose Gandalf, but it is really more of a tie between him and Legolas. I think they are both incredible characters; Gandalf for his wisdom and...
Makes sense to me. :)
I'd have to say the kender. (Partiularly Tas :) ) They're personalities are just so amusing; it's hard not to be enthralled by them.
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Thank you, friends.
And I suppose Star Wars is a little of both science fiction and fantasy, Anakin. ;)
I agree; this has to be my favorite series ever. I am anxiously awaiting for book #4 (Breaking Dawn) to hit the bookstores.
Hm, it's hard to choose. Probably a tie between Odin, Thor, and Loki.
Character development is also essential when writing a story. You have to make your characters as lifelike as possible, in order for them to be...
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