The antagonist that drives the story forward
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.
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Antagonists in my books
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The ghosts of the Trinity of Wishmothers are trapped. The children offer their help, so the talking skeleton takes them on a journey to the realm of Creepy Hollow. Righteous motivations drive Jack and Nikki: to protect the weak, confront evil, conquer their fears, and gain courage. In the battle against Evila and her minions they grow into the warriors they were destined to become.
The evil characters of the story
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My epic fantasy series
She's a good looking woman in the past, right? Yes, but she's also conniving and cruel, and she makes life miserable for many, including her own children.
She provides plenty of challenges to overcome for Ilona, the protagonist of the story. But, without Morana, the story would be flat and boring.
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“Szabo introduces readers to a fascinating world of ancient rights conducted by a secret order.” -J.E. Rogers