Let this be a warning for all of you, fellow webnovel readers. We all think that we have the freedom to choose which book we want to read. But do we have that? When I first opened this book, I dropped it after the first chapter, thinking it was utter trash. But mind you, that was a grave mistake because I ended up garnering the author's wrath. And on the next day, I woke up to a note, telling me, "I got ur family and I live inside your walls. If you ever want to see them again, continue reading it." And so here I am, locked in the basement while praying that I can see them soon again. Don't get me wrong, I definitely enjoy reading this book especially when the author live streams how my family is starving in the room next door.
As we approach our 100th chapter, I'd like to share my review of the story so far. While I acknowledge that it may not be a perfect 5-star rating, I firmly believe that the story I aim to tell is worth the rating I've given it. Admittedly, the progression can be a bit slow, and there are moments when the MC's actions may seem unintelligent or lazy. However, I urge readers to stick with the story until at least the 50th chapter before making any final judgments and dropping hateful comments. If, after giving it a fair chance until 50 chapters, the story still doesn't resonate with you... Then I can always see you in my next story. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to ask in the comments, and I'll do my best to address them. Regarding some common criticisms from a few readers: The MC may appear lazy or unproductive at times, but this is due to the lack of available resources that he can use at the current point in the plot. However, he gradually becomes more proactive as the story unfolds. The MC is not a weak or pathetic (he does act like it in the start but don't be fooled), and I can only ask that you read further to see how his character develops. The pacing of the story may be a bit slow in the beginning, (too much monologues) but it does pick up as the plot progresses.
Writing Quality: The writing quality is good overall, as I can understand it, but there are still some mistakes. I would rate it 4 stars. ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Story Development: I didn't enjoy the story development much, except for the moments when the main character (MC) used his brain towards the end. That part was good. I would rate the story development 3 stars. ⭐⭐⭐ Characters: Unfortunately, I don't like the MC. I found him to be unintelligent, to the point where it frustrated me. It bothered me how easily he allowed others to see him as weak. Although there were some instances where he regained his strength, they were infrequent. Overall, the character development was not satisfactory, and I would rate it 2 stars. ⭐⭐ World Background: The world background has some details, but it often lacks sufficient descriptions. For example, the author uses generic names like "ruin city" without providing enough specific details to fully imagine it. I would rate the world background 3 stars. ⭐⭐⭐ Updating Stability: The updating stability is excellent, earning it a 5-star rating. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Evaluation: The story has potential, but the MC's development is a major drawback. It took too long for him to start using his brain effectively, and expecting readers to wait for over 50 chapters for that moment is frustrating. I hope the author considers improving the MC's character earlier in the story. (Note to the author: Please consider this review as constructive feedback. It took me 10 minutes to write, and I hope you take it to heart.)
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I'm up to chapter 30 right now. The novel is generic, as if any other person were to reincarnate as a novel-type scenario. But the writing quality is irritating, and I don't mean the grammar; rather, the manner the author writes the story is irksome; I can't count how many times the protagonist breaches the fourth wall, which makes me cringe at times, and there are simply too many info dumps.
Reading the latest chapters I feel like this story isn't for me especially mc when being so highly intelligent just keeps on creating disaster for himself which will blow up later for convenience of the plot and he can't even manipulate anyone as successfully and he is not even what he deems himself to be -
The writing quality is mindblowing, the character development is so reasonable and smooth, its almost shocking... And the presentation is truly magnificent..never read any Author's work that presented the story in such a godly way before... TBH can I know your age esteemed author kun and how did you develop such quality in writing ?
Good writing quality. But I hate the MC. He is a psychopath and not a villain by any means. Hence I can't seem to relate to him . He has no qualms in killing children. ( Small SPOILER . He blackmails a character using a child as a shield and later kills the character as well as the child) . He also hides his strength and act as a weak character which I seem to dislike. I am out. Sorry
I do like your novel, really do, its enjoyable from my end. Its just the references are overboard.. There are 2 death note references, 'I can't laugh yet. ' This is repeated twice. Then Of course there's classroom of the Elite, Grace seem to be a mix of kei and kushida, that hidden boss who Quinn fears kinda seem like Ryuuk but smarter and dangerous and plus he believe he believe someone is pulling the strings behind Class A and plus the hidden boss is from class C so yeah... And there was some code geass too but that's manageable. Plot seem kinda forced, I mean it seemed he just went from normal to super genius. And Lucas saying - 'Fear me' 'there's no way you can escape, submit to me'..and sometimes that emotional eyes. His character never gonna lie is cringey. I think for him you should focus on 'showing not telling'. Altogether, you can make people more realistic, plot development smoother and stop with the overly noticeable references and there you have it. A Great novel.