50 Respondents Fiction Reader
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The author received 50 unbiased responses (votes & explanations) from a targeted (Literary Preference: Fiction) audience in 41 minutes.
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50 RespondentsFiction Reader
|8 Responses to Option A|
The title of A sounds more pleasant than B.
Sounds less generic
The name leaves more mystery behind it
Makes you curious about who Ardias Kainge is and what they are up to
I would rather read Option A because the name is more appealing. I like Option B because it is shorter and easier to say, but it doesn't sound as cool as Option A about a particular person.
It seems less like it was written to be a best-seller and more like it was written by an author that cares.
Option A sounds like a real name for the author.
Like Option A for a book title. It sounds more original and that would make me want to read.
|42 Responses to Option B|
I would like this book it was awesome.
I THINK THIS SOUNDS LIKE A MUCH BETTER ENGAGING TITLE
Sky pirates sound SO much cooler
I like being able to recognize and pronounce all the words.
The Title is more to the point. Let the main character be a surprise. This title would make a reader curious as to who these thieves are and what is Skywall Fortress.
A sounds like part of a series. If I was just looking for a single fiction book, I'd pass.
I chose B because I have no clue how to even pronounce the name in choice A.
I chose 'B' because the term 'Sky Pirate' makes me want to read it.
B sounds exciting.
The "Sky Pirate" part of the title at least gives me an idea what the book may be about. "Arydias Kainge" -- if not a very well-known character -- could be anything.
It sounds more entertaining
Sky Pirate makes it seem more exciting.
It looks more intriguing as compared to the other choice.
I like the word pirate in the title, and the other title is way too hard to say.
sky pirates sounds more exciting to me.
The word Sky Pirate stuck out to me so that is why i chose what i did.
I LIKE THIS SO I CHOOSE THEM
Modern times have led us to the simple and blunt--the colon and exclusion of 'and the' is overall more appealing.
I like the Sky Pirate. It is eye catching and cool. I would want to buy this one.
OPTION A SOUNDS WAY TO CONFUSING SO OPTION B IS MORE UNDERSTANDABLE IMO.
The layout of the name makes it easier to read
B is easier to get my attention because I can read every word (name)
Much easier to read the title
I WOULD LIKE TO READ THIS BOOK
I like the title
NICE AND DECORATIVE
I've always enjoyed pirate stories.
Less wordy and invokes a sense of fantasy based on the title.
Sounds more interesting. Love the term pirate being used.
i choose b because it has full description
I can't wrap my brain around the name in Option A.
This one has a title that's easier to read - the name in the title of option A is hard to read and makes me less likely to pick the book up at all
I like that B is easier to pronounce.
nice and easy to understand
It's a more visual thinking about a Sky Pirate.
Option A is too complicated. Nothing about the name Arydias Kainge gives me information about what the book is about.
I can't pronounce the name in the other one.
I feel the terms used in the title of B are very general, which can appeal to a wide variety of readers. Option A on the other hand seems too specific and makes me feel like I need to know background knowledge on the book.
Sky pirate sounds so cool and peaks my interest!
I FIND THE TITLE OF B MORE APPEALING
BEST FOR EDUCATIONS AND MIND RELAXATION
B is easier to pronounce and understand without any other info, also like the "Sky Pirate" wording