If you overlook the grammar mistakes, the writer has written a very good start to the story. I am not sure if the writer is an experienced author. He may or may not be. I found that the story is fast-paced, but he may have written his main character too powerful, too early in the story. I look forward to seeing if he can find a way to bring his main character to a stumbling block. That way, we, the readers, can see if he really deserves to be so powerfully passive.
The wiring would be good if it wasn't so utterly predictable and insufferable. The author continues to fail to understand the hypocrisy of this sort of under dog story. It goes oh no labeling and Classism and racism are bad. Look at what they missed. It is not like I have in fact created a world even more racist, classiest and labelist than reality backed it up by physics and then made it like earth despite it realistically devolving into super nobility. And then tried to make the mc an argument against it when he in fact fits right in and is only mislabeled by a fluke so rare we might as well prepare for an extinction level event ahead of it.