@Emman_Jumpsong1 I don't want you to feel bad so I'm just gonna show you something Siege said when I asked him if he thinks that intense, violent, and scary characters make a good book.
Personally, I do not. You can have a good story without them. I definitely don't think the book's focus should be on these kind of characters, as in the writer should not make them the protagonist (main character). I'd hate to think of how that could influence the reader for evil.
You see, sometimes antagonizing characters in stories (villains) do tend to be violent and scary because they're the evil characters. I think that this is alright as long as it is strictly portrayed as evil, and unexcusable. In short, the writer should take much diligence in making sure the reader knows that this character is wrong for doing what he/she is doing, and the reader should never be able to agree with the character for doing it.
Also, I am of the belief that excessive gory detail is completely uncalled for. A writer can write a death scene, for example and tell "what the villain did to kill the other character", but shouldn't think that the story has to be overly detailed in describing it, (blood, gore ect.) They should skirt around the unnecessary details best as possible.
Lastly, I certainly don't think that we, as Christians, should read/write stories that have a kind of "horror" theme. I believe these scary books and movies are demonic and will hurt the audience in a number of ways. One of the biggest ways is that it has the ability to desensitize the audience to evil, and they will eventually not see evil as "all that bad". Personally, I think that is one of the problems with our society.
Ps: I know you're probably not trying to be scary and stuff but I just want to warn you that maybe you should be careful when writing stuff like that and not be over the top with it. After all more then half of us here on the forums are waaaaay younger then you