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About the StoryEndure the daily dangers as the world descends into madness!
Descend into madness yourself because hey everyoneís doing it!
Experience the mysteries of the Gray Building!
Experience the trashiness of the trailer park!
Experience the fanaticism of the cult compound!
Experience the clowniness of the carnival!
Experience a whole bunch of other shit you probably donít want to!
Interact with more fucked up people than yourself!
Have sex with said fucked up people!
Several ways to die!
Several HORRIBLE ways to die!
See how various past stories interconnect!
Cameos and references galore!
Sixteen different epilogues, some of which might just hit you right in the FEELS!
And probably a whole bunch more stuff.
Things would be so much easier if your name was Mary Sue...
Contains mature themes and language.
Approximate word count: 297,000
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Number of Reviews: 3
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Keep in mind SSS can be pretty dark, with sex and murder showing up variously throughout. As long as you don't mind that and loose grammar, the story is rich and detailed, with lots of space for dialog, spoken and internal.
The narrative tone sometimes came off casually like character dialog, but fleetingly. I don't have much else to criticize; the storytelling aspect is incredible.
don't get me wrong, I love this CYOA, but reading it as your introduction is sort of like watching Avengers: Infinity War as your first Marvel movie for lack of a better analogy. Because if you've read all of the other stories that take place in this world (Including Eternal) you'd understand and appreciate this story's 16 epilogues much more then if you just picked it up. Read one of his other epics like Rogues, Necromancer, Death Song, Ground Zero or Eternal as introductions instead. (Although I'd recommend reading the CYOA called Innkeeper before Rogues and Necromancer before Death song, just so that the stories are more powerful as a whole.
Do keep in mind that none of End's stories are for the feint of heart or the children, (Except for Imagination, I guess) but if you didn't read his stories you would be really missing out.
It's a very entertaining story on its own, but there are many references to other stories by the same author. If you read and enjoy SSS, it is definitely worth going back to again after reading some of Endmaster's other stories in order to get another appreciation of it.
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