The Suckling Pig
This is pure wish fulfillment. Badly done wish fulfillment. The MC is OP, which is expected, what is not expected is how ridiculously catastrophic the rest of the novel is. MC refuses to deal with things for unsatisfactory reasons, or no reasons at all. He is literally the biggest hypocrite imaginable. Assassin tries to kill him, so beat him, threaten his daughter, show him rape scenes of his employer's horrible deads and tell him to do better. Needmoney, go to the school beele, build up her company, start your harem, slap some people around. He, world best hacker/martial artist, but there is no money in it. Go needlessly complicate your relationship with the GF, a real 10, of the guy whose body you took over, by involving yourself with other women. Anyone who has read something like this will know the MC is a homewrecker with the power of a truck and the personality of wet rice. DO NOT RECOMMEND
This novel is trash. Ive said this before but these type of stories are like mainstream rap music. Peerless females, huge wealth, and killing(through underworld or something) Containing no logic and MC can never do no wrong and always excessively praised. There will always be CN like this. There was a novel like this in the previous trial as well. I did not think ill see one again so soon I have to admit though, I like how the Author write his ecchi scenes are naturally but too much bs
This is so disappointing. I loved the concept but the Mc's personality is just🤮. Even if it was a haram novel, I wouldn't mind it but it's just soo fake. Declares love for the his girlfriend one morning only to flirt with two other girls the same morning. It's really sad because I actually enjoy the ability he has.
harem dont waste your time...I had no problem with the overall development until this: "Enemy of women? I'm the savior of all men and beautiful women, the nightmare for all ugly freaks and transvestites. I'll make sure that they wouldn't dare to come out and scare others!" 🤢🤢🤢🤮🤮🤮🤮 like, what the actual fuck bro, nah
Don't read this book and waste your time. That MC has no Common Sense at all. Gains any knowledge almost automatically like a world's best hacker and world's best martial artist. An assassin comes to kill him and then begs for mercy. WTF 😒😒 ? Has beautiful girlfriend, but It's not because I am jealous that I rated this book 1 ⭐. (N jealousy at all) On serious note, if we could have 0 stars, I would rate this 0 stars.
It's better than the fire novel, at least. I like funny, overpowered stories. There aren't really any inconsistencies, per se. The author just doesn't understand how literally anything works. He says a company worth 150 billion is small, and just starting. I understand different currencies exist, but it's still a bit weird since a massive company is only worth 350 billion. He forgets and changes usd to yuan later on for a bounty. The MC has a great golden finger, but it's super shallow. I wrote a joke when it finally happened, but it seemed like anything said about the MC became true. But only if it was good. When he gets called fat, nothing happens. Also, he magically has a perfect memory outside of the Golden finger. I'd be okay with that, except it literally is such an easy scene for him to get that from his golden finger, that it feels stupid. He's already basically a perfect guy even before the golden finger, according to the author. (Not the old reincarnation, the new one.) 95/100 looks, genius, great memory, good personality. Just needs to work out a bit. The author doesn't understand hacking at all, so him writing about it is annoying. If rather it was a fantasy world so I didn't have to care. Other characters didn't seem to have very unique personalities at all. I don't remember any great comedy, only cringe from cliche. This premise makes for a good comedy or face slapping novel, at best. But that's really not what this is. At least, the closest to that is when he claims to easily be able to cook a steak. I don't think I even know anyone who can't cook a steak. Technology makes it easy. Anyway, it's an okay book overall, but nothing special.