Recommended by Yuuka

No. I don't like this fic just because it's written by my best friend. Anyone who thinks this will be entirely mistaken, and I just regret it for it (=. Obviously they criticize, of course. Yeah. In The Synister Side you will never find such a thing, so they will have no reason to criticize ... At least not because it is a tacky and full story of blah blah blah vicers , because this is not so. N first, the character '' unknown '' (not to name names), will surely captivate you early on, and soon, they will not just like the known characters of the bands (and These, even, will not captivate you just because they are of the bands you like). The ideas are surprising, different ... The story simply seduces you, surprises you, and toast, still makes you laugh. n Curiosity. I think it's one of the words that can define what you feel when reading The Synister Side. And that's good, of course. Because it gives you more willing to read and beg for the next chapter ... n unpredictable, You can also define this fic. For it is not that kind of idea that you already know exactly how it will end and what will happen there. On the contrary. You are separated by surprise and have no idea of the direction that everything will take, but are sure that it will not go into decay ... n then. And that. I won't talk more about what I should ... I prefer to leave a suspense to arouse even more curiosity. And I won't say '' I recommend this fic '' because obviously, this is already a recommendation;
"CITE," "SITE," and "SIGHT"

"Cite" means to quote or reference. "Site" refers to a location. "Sight" relates to seeing or a view. Ex.: Remember to cite your sources. The archaeological site is fascinating. The sunset is a breathtaking sight.


"Weather" refers to the atmospheric conditions. "Whether" is used to introduce alternatives or choices. Ex.: The weather is perfect for a picnic. I'm not sure whether to wear a jacket or not.

Recommended by Kaoru Slytherin

Kaoru Slytherin
Imagine a bunch of JRockers crowded into a house at the top of Complexo do Alemão. It's not crazy, it's fanfic (which is practically the same thing). One of the funniest fanfics I've read recently (like... since I made my account?!) and it makes us wonder: what would these people be like if they were Cariocas? Would they be like that or a little more asphalt? I'm from Rio, I live with all of this and I ask myself: HOW can a woman from São Paulo portray Rio's reality so well? Super recommended!