As I was proof reading the novel I'm writing I found myself stopping at a few parts. I set up the story so that I can break many of the generic plot devices that novels, particularly fantasy seem to use. Besides the novel being very controversal I like how one of the main antagonist is driven to do wrong because he is trying to save the love of his life who is dying of a curse. Also something I like is that in my novel the people cannot see the main protagonist because they dont believe he's their hero. Anyways the question I have is if your novel or a novel you've read has something special that you feel breaks the mold of the generic plot devices of it's particular genre?