Tangerines and Watermelons
So many 5 star reviews, but man this novel is completely makes the MC act more like a demon rather than angel. Not only is this story bland, but this is already on the road of trashy average cultivation novels. The MC is both a demon and Angel but all of his actions make him out as more of a demon and no angel. Rather the MC is a human with evil tendencies since apparently only his demon side speaks out to him while his angel side is no where but dead on the ground.
there is nothing good about this novel. its boring, a cardboard cutout of whats already been done before but there is a twist, he gets two rewards per check in, one for each bloodline. which makes of course no difference, like one reward through check in wasn't already op enough. i'll give it two stars. for those that have never read a check in system novel before, this might be a great story to read.
Read the raw to around chapter 50~ and it’s already very boring. Spoilers head So that fallen angel chick he has enslaved is actually the daughter of Lucifer. His childhood friend turned out to be some super powerful war angel on more powerful then the seraphim. There was this goddess chick that destroyed a world willing became MC’s slave. His foster mother turned out to be some ancient super weapon designed to kill super god, a god that’s more powerful than the god of light and dark. There also this half dead angel whose sole fragments he absorbed became his master, which I strongly suspects would also join his harem at some point. At the point where I dropped the book MC is aready killing demon emperors. At Chapter 50~! And only a few years since he was born! So many coincidence in such a short amount of time crammed to tightly at a single point is this novels flaw.
Hello, everyone, Tyrnox back with some objective reviews. The translation quality is pretty average, some translators even check the veracity of the information used in the novel. Let's take the angel's power ranking for example. The words used are very erratic, and changes quite a bit, but the main problem is that the ranking is completely mixed up. The clarity and congruency of the information given is really bad, that brings down translation quality to 3. Stability of Updates is pretty generic, 4 stars. As for story development, one could argue that the author just randomly used names from the western mythos without knowing who they were and what functions they served, which made the story confusing for most. Another argument could be made that the author simply didn't care and googled names to use, instead of doing proper research. Doesn't matter, there's no foreshadowing, and the only thing the novel works with is plot armor and the "cheat system". From this, one could tell that the author is immature / has very little experience in literature as a whole. Two stars. Character design and World Background. For reasons stated above, they both score one star. We couldn't even get proper angel hierarchy. This would have had zero stars but I took it with a grain of salt and gave it 1 star for creativity. Let's just say the Author is creative. 2.2 stars average.
The first few chapters are great, but as the story goes on there are many grammatical errors and the worst part is that the power level of every charcter is changing. In one chapter Davis's power rank is demon lord rank nine and in the next cahpter it becomes demon lord rank 7. Ther is also Fiona who's power Principality Rank 4 and then in the next chapter it went all the way down to power rank