cause the reader to fall in love< along with> my character

Cambria

Senior Member
Español de España / Catalán
Hello! I'd like to know if this sentence is correct:

"I need to cause the reader to suffer, to rejoice, to be scared, to hate and to fall in love along with my character."

Thank you!
 
  • Egmont

    Senior Member
    English - U.S.
    Do you want to know about the whole sentence, as your post suggests, or only about the words "along with," as the thread title suggests?

    If it's the whole sentence, I'm sorry, but we don't do proofreading.

    If it's that phrase, it's fine.
     

    Cambria

    Senior Member
    Español de España / Catalán
    No, not the whole sentence, I'd just like to know if it is correct to use this "along with" in the context with the sentence, if it makes sense.
     
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