Recommended by annaf5

Reading just a few chapters, you can see how bad society is (even though it's fiction). This fanfic opens the eyes and ears of an oppressed and "blind" population, which prefers to ignore rather than solve the problem. The way this utopia is described takes your breath away, and each paragraph feels like a climax, letting the story flow by itself. I hope this book becomes famous, so that more people appreciate how talented this author (or author, I don't know) is! All the success in the world to "Born To Die"! ;)

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Recommended by Nim

Think of a story that piques your curiosity to the maximum. Okay, now multiply by 5. The result is half of what the Asylum causes us. The author has an intriguing plot with secondary developments so fascinating that you won't take your attention away for a second. Furthermore, the work done on this story is incredible, you can clearly see that the author was looking for studies in each chapter and the writing is of a subtlety that I don't even have words to describe. The unknowns imposed in this story are developed each in their own time, but they have a great impact. There is still a lot for me to discover about each character and the main plot, but I can assure each person that "Manicômio" deserves its due recognition! Read and be surprised by Yuma's creativity!