So I'm reading a novel on SH called Summoned Again?, I'm enjoying it, but I can't help but realize and notice that along with its sudden and fast presentation of content, it has this fitting and weird casual writing style and narrative structure that makes me feel like I'm having a fever dream. I can still follow along with the events and all even if it's a bit chaotic and has rapidfire events/plot points, but just reading it makes me feel like there's some sort of insanity that I'm slowly gaining or picking up from the author. I'm not trying to bash or mean any harm. I'm just hoping that someone can give me their opinion on this and tell me that I'm not alone in this experience. I've read weird before like Just An Average Voice In Your Head (A Jumpchain/Original Quest). I've been through the insanity of NU, RR, FF, SB, SV, and even QQ, yet, this one novel has made me notice this interesting and mesmerizing style and structure. It's simple, lacks detail and description, lacks set up, and things just happen, yet I can't help but be entertained and read on despite the craziness and uniqueness of it. It's like a droplet of Wonderland. I find bits of this in a lot of novels on SH like My Sister The Villainess. This writing style of madness in amateur writers. There's something special and strange going on with ScribbleHub cause I swear its like the central hub for this weird and distorted kind of writing style. I'd believe it if Tony was some sort of eldritch horror and ScribbleHub was his/her SCP child.