Recommended by Arrriba

I feel like it's always a duty to recommend lovegoog stories, not a right. Simply because it is so difficult to find good adaptations of Stephen King's stories - even in relation to cinematographic productions, let alone in the world of fan fiction - that it ends up being impossible not to honor such a talented writer who is so sensitive to themes. As the good "Kingete" I consider myself to be, I can say without a shadow of a doubt that finding this author was a great stroke of luck. She knows how to ease my suffering after finishing reading SK, hehehe. And with Sunday Shoes it was no different! Taking advantage of a brilliant hook that appears in "November 63" in reference to "It", the author masterfully explores such a light moment for the Clube dos Otários, especially Richie and Bev. And look, it's not easy to take tragic/horrible Stephenkingian plots and create something so sweet, which is why my admiration for lovegood is even greater! And my gratitude too, because her words always calm my typical "post-King depressions", hehehehe! Whether or not you’re a fan of the contemporary horror master, it’s definitely worth giving his works from this profile a chance, I highly recommend them! ♥

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Recommended by Luke

I've loved It a Thing for a long time and I'd been thinking about reading a fanfic about it, but I'd never found one that caught my attention, until, on Halloween, looking for something to read, I came across this wonder! When I saw that it was about the couple that I ship the most, Richie and Eddie, I was immediately excited to read it. When I read the first chapter, I quickly realized that the author knew what she was doing. She's not just someone who watched the movie, shipped them both and decided to write about it, she really knows the characters and the universe of It. She made everything very believable and you can even hear the characters with their original voice through what she he writes. It's like a part of the story that wasn't told in the film or book. So, if you ship this couple like me and would like to read something about them both and imagine what a relationship between them could have been like, this fic is more than recommended! You will laugh, you will cry and you will feel like you are in the story and you will float too! Thank you for writing this incredible fanfic, author! And don't stop writing because you have a lot of talent! XX