The antagonist that drives the story forward
When authors promote their books, they usually introduce the protagonists (the good guys) in their book descriptions or excerpts.
But without well-written antagonists the the stories would be flat and the protagonists have nothing to fight against.
The antagonists (the bad guys) in books, the ones we love to hate, drive the plot by setting up conflicts, obstacles, and challenges for the protagonist.
Antagonists are present in any genre books.
GBBPub published a magazine that introduces the antagonists in various genre books.
read about my "bad guys" in the magazine:
Antagonists in my books
I coauthored this fun, Golden Book Award Winner heroic fantasy for children 8-17
book with Joe Bonadonna.
The evil characters of the story
Bookmark this PAGE and read about them in the upcoming magazine,
or click on the links and read free pages form the book:
My epic fantasy series
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Travel with Ilona from the time her people were nomads, to the castles of the 14th century, to present day, as she struggles to overcome the obstacles placed in her path.
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Erika M Szabo
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