Sonic Nine Light Year
Only read up to 14th chapter but i already can't keep going... There will be very small spoiler in this review but it's not significant for the story at all so you can keep reading... So small time raiders with like 50 people attack earth and guess what? They are using swords and small time esper powers like fireballs and ice spears...... Where are the laser guns? Where are explosive weapons? Does the space frigate have no weapons at all??? Does earth have no defense system that even small time raiders can enter like it's their own backyard? Just conquer earth if it's that weak already... Why would anyone use esper powers if the power itself isn't even stronger than conventional weapons? Even a ****** hand gun could do the job better than these small time esper powers but NOPEEEE.. Let's use swords and fists to fight like barbarians while we are riding around in a frikin spaceship lol............ Mc kicks one raider in the balls and kills another one with a goddamn pipe........ Seriously!? I guess they don't even wear protective suits or anything right? So they ride in advanced space ships around the universe, but fight like barbarians who can't even defend against a kick and metal pipe.......... Just WOW............ If this isn't stupid you tell me. I just can't keep going after this. It just kills all of the stories potential for me...
SPOILERS AHEAD!!!!! So... This story is a headache to review, but most of the views either hate or love this novel. It deserves neither. The Galactic Dark Net, as many greatly negative reviews point out, has quite the interesting premise. It is kind of like this: 'Earth has recently entered into a galactic stage, and ability users, Aka espers, are the representative elite of each world. Earth avoided colonization by the skin of their teeth. but their hero, Ke Lake, has mysteriously disappeared. Meanwhile, a guy named Han discovers the existence of the dark net, and begins his rise to become a hero for not just earth, but for the entire galaxy!' Yeah, boils your blood right? Well, although this premise and the ideas that follow are exceptional, certain obvious contradictions and oversights from the author make this story go from exceptional to mediocre. For example, his wolf fang battalion tactic operates on the basis that his void domain nullifies all powers without the victim being aware of it. Well, the author will drop this explanation at the drop of the hat whenever it doesn't suit the main character, or the battle he is in. In fact, the author even uses the void domain as a replacement for a simultaneous signal for a couple of masters to withdraw their source energy at the same time. Then, in the very next chapter, he uses the fact that it is unnoticeable to surprise one of his enemies... Sigh. Anyways, the translation is ok at times, sub-par at others, but the idea always remains clear. So its not like you will encounter issues understanding the plot, although at times you will question the infinitely numerous layers of plot armor revolving around the main character. Character development focuses mainly around important characters that often interact with the main character, while he himself remains largely unchanged. Of course, development ceases beyond this sphere of influence, besides the occasional 'oh he's such a genius' or 'wow, he's badass.' But this is typical of most Chinese novels; the story isn't necessarily worse off without good character development. Although this can lead to repetitive situations, the author avoids ****** the reader sick of the novel by constantly inserting new ideas, new unique elements to make the story more entertaining. Thus, considering all that I've said, this novel deserves around 3.2 stars. It's better than average (3 stars), but the drawbacks mentioned makes this story a favorite for some, and a blight for others. As you can probably tell, I like the novel a lot, despite its obvious drawbacks. Now I'm not saying that you will necessarily like this novel, but I encourage you to try it out. You might find that it's better than you originally thought!
Alright do not waste your time reading this. I wasted my life and I just want to set you on right path. This story literally has no ending. The so called ending is just the climax. This final boss gets revealed and it end with everyone going off to beat the final boss. That is it we don't know who wins how it's defeated or anything else. The author...no he not an author he's just a writer. The writer of this story is just trying to make money off a bull**** story he wrote haphazardly. ABSOLUTE WASTE OF TIME YO READ.
Utter waste of time, waste of talent or maybe I overestimated the author's talent. The author just want to screw with the reader. You want romance? Think for yourself You want ending? Think for yourself You want epic battle? Think for yourself 1000 readers.... 1000 endings. Screw you, author! Even any garbage ending is better than ending it before final battle a.k.a climax. You depict the MC as tough bone but the author is a wimp that doesn't want to hold responsibility for his novel.
Arghhh... I don't get how people can rate this story so fucking highly. It's a highly *******ish work but the premise is interesting. But that's the only thing it's got going for it, an interesting premise. Constantly throughout the story, the author keeps repeating things about the MC, about how he's "trained on the verge of life and death and that's why he'll beat the enemy". And when I say constantly it's really no joke. It's been repeated at least 6 times in the 35 chapters I've read. Every time taking up an entire paragraph about how the enemy is so strong willed and I don't know what. The author also keeps rewarding the MC with various benefits, all with the pretext that he worked hard for it and that none his age is as hardworking as him. Stop telling me about the f**king character, stop trying hard to make me cheer for him. Show his actions, show his hard work, show his struggles, make me naturally root for him. But the author obviously can't do that because he doesn't ever let the reader think. He doesn't ever lead the reader draw his/her own conclusions and frankly, it's really boring. Overall the story just lacks effort, and it saddens me because as I said earlier the premise is really fucking good. But that tends to be a trend with web novels and the like. Good ideas, but no writing skills to act on them, resulting in a work that doesn't even qualify as a solid ******* work. There are far better web novels out there that manage to capture both a good story and good writing. So I would recommend that you don't waste your time on this one. It will only serve to aggravate you // Ya sorry my translator dude. Imma have to give you a 1-star rating in quality and stability in protest of Qidian's useless rating system. Also wtf, Qidian legit censors the word "A-M-A-T-E-U-R"
Omg this is probably the first review that I've ever written that speaks volumes for the quality of this novel. All the potential that this novel has is equally ruined buy both the author and the translator. The MC comes across as dull and lifeless . The flow is botchy and the plot has many loopholes. Love is nonexistensial and just hapazard. Reason to read this book is for what it could have been and skip portions that you are bored with.
Absolutely love this webnovel. The MC is well fleshed out(some people will differ and say he's contradictory but I disagree), the world is described rather well for what it is (by that I mean non important places get skipped important places are well done), the history given is on point, story is chug chug chugging along at a proper speed (poor MC no breaks allowed). The translation needs ALOT of work in the early chapters, and just know that jian jia is a she not a he.
This book is an incredible survival story set in an dark futuristic apocalypse where all of humanity are in the firing line. The book is fun and fast paced and you are 100% behind all the main characters. Every character is fun and endearable and there are no hateabe characters at all. The world back ground is complex and incredibly well done with thoughts and ideas not done in traditional science fiction story lines. This book has been rated low here on this site but I assuming this because of the gap for the readers expectations of science fiction novels and the actual story. I think an author who thinks outside the box is incredably talented and definitely would advise all readers to give this book a try.