- Dec 7, 2020
Bad grammar and plot makes me drop a story. I won't even go past chapter 1.
- Bad grammar.
thisI am new to this but for me it is a novel it is bad when you notice that the authors use the magic power of the script and they make a character do something stupid or illogical, all because the author needs certain things to happen the way he wants, even if it doesn't make any sense.
I don't think that's actually true. Please don't take me wrong, I'm sure there a lot of wimps in Japan, as everywhere, but I suspect it has more to do with the structure of most Japanese novels/comics.No, the Japanese are bunch herbivore pu$$ie$ accepting of indirectness, ambivalence, and characters who display a level density that no human can suspend disbelief of. Heck, i don't even mind if the character isn't the strongest, just so long as he has sense in his head...Japanese gotta write to their virgin audiences who actually pay money for them dam figurines.
I'd say it's a billion things. There are few main roads to having a good novel - they usually rely on the three pillars, setting, characters, and plot, but a bad story can fall prey to way more than just those. It can be really bad tropes. Poor out of character choices that are obviously meant to serve the plot.
A novel is bad if the reader dislikes it.