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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita2d
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    Oh, here we go again. The author needs to do something about this, I noticed that the author (in my opinion) has trouble choosing suitable pictures for the main page. I've seen pictures of his work that aren't the best. In my opinion, he needs to insert something more beautiful, more striking, something more unique, something that would catch your eye and appeal to you when scrolling through the page looking for something to read. The first thing you notice when looking for something to read (besides the tags) is the picture and the title; that's where you form your first impression. The author's titles are fine, but he has issues with the pictures; they all look too dull and appear as if they were drawn by hand. I would advise the author to seriously consider this and look for or generate something beautiful that will definitely attract attention just because of its beauty.

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    Dead Man Walking: Living By Day, Dead By Night
    Urban · Zentmeister
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita2d
    Posted

    To be honest, the novella is wonderful... BUT I prefer novellas where the main character keeps everything under their control. Honestly, I have nothing bad to say, I could complain about many things that personally didn't appeal to me, but that's a matter of taste. The most upsetting thing for me is that the main character is so broken that he starts trusting again those who betrayed him and those who openly use him, although I have nothing to say about it because that's the plot he has to go through to come out in the end as a strong and independent person who should be a ruler. One major plus in this novella is that the plot progresses at a stable and enjoyable pace. To my great delight, they didn't show some long and boring academy arc but showed the principle, and most importantly, skipped the rest so that it was interesting to read. Honestly, this is one of the best works I've read, but as I mentioned before, it's not my type of novella. As for grammar and update frequency, I can't say anything because I read from a pirate site in another language. Would I recommend it to others? Definitely yes, there are no clichés that are abundant in other works on Webnovel; it's a full-fledged book that, although short because I dropped it, I enjoyed. (I finished reading up to chapter 145)

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    Interstellar Age
    Sci-fi · Zentmeister
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita24d
    Posted

    Honestly, until around chapters 230-235, I considered this to be one of the best novels I've read. There was a lot of originality, and clichés were absent. The story was unique and intriguing, with the protagonist being clever and acting solely on his desires. However, after those chapters, the author decided to add filler chapters, which was incredibly disappointing. I'll see how it goes from here, hoping it's just a one-time thing to increase the chapter count. But if it happens again in the future, it will be truly upsetting. Such a good novel with such an original plot could be ruined. Overall, it's one of the most interesting novels in a long time, and in my opinion, it could easily rank among the top 95% of novels on this site.

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    World Travel Simulator System In Modern Society
    Fantasy · ShadowKatake
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita27d
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    To be honest, I found it disappointing. I made it to Chapter 87, expecting more from such a large number of chapters. A lot seemed to happen, yet at the same time, nothing did. He's still the same naive guy, still stuck in his castle. The character growth up to this point disappointed me. Initially, he was portrayed as a rather cold-blooded guy who had been through hell and wanted to become free and enjoy life; I liked that direction. Then, they added a couple of "family" members (servants) to him. I thought that would be enough, and he would start his journey across the planet to become stronger before those hunting him arrived. But he stayed and began assembling his "family" like Pokémon. The author didn't stop there; he added a "son" to him, which seemed completely out of place. The main character is still a child at heart who only escaped from hell a few days ago, and now he has this baggage. I was expecting a more stoic sociopath who finds it difficult to trust and open up to others, but too many characters were added, and a series of phrases began, like "My lord, you are so cool... My lord, you are so strong... What would we do without you... "Daddy is the best," which started to annoy me. The whole family atmosphere started to irritate me. As for his strength, it's a completely different story. Chapter 87 really infuriated me. He's a damn homunculus assembled from a huge number of parts of the strongest races in this universe, a hybrid of two immortals, one Darkon and one vampire, inheriting only positive qualities. A being with incredibly high characteristics for his level, a creature with over 250 million Mana points when other creatures of the same level have 250 thousand Mana points. He, a creature with hundreds of battle skills, sacrificed his damn head to kill him in battle. against another dragon who rules over 2 small realms, each with 8 separate levels. It's absurd, no matter how much he lacks combat experience, he fought a fierce battle against another dragon who is much weaker than him, plus all his minions (family) also fought with him. Why make him such a unique creature with such absurd powers when he's nobody in battle? Usually, other main characters fight against enemies several realms above themselves, but here our main character fights against someone significantly weaker than himself in an unfair battle where they outnumber his opponent, AND HE DARES TO BE PROUD OF IT! I don't understand what his problem is, a lack of experience? Pffffft, just bombard him with spells; you have damn 250 million Mana points as well as regeneration that restores several million Mana points per second. Also, we were never told what our main character looks like (at least I don't remember). The only thing I know is that he has red eyes. What about his height? Build? Hair color? In short, at this point, I stopped reading. I'll go read some other works by the author; I've seen in the comments that they're highly praised. I hope to find something I like.

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    Epic of Vampire Dragon: Reborn As A Vampire Dragon With a System
    Fantasy · PancakesWitch
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita28d
    Replied to Uzutak

    ahahahha

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    Reincarnated With The Strongest System
    Fantasy · Elyon
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita28d
    Posted

    I was gonna read this, but at the moment when he 18 years old dude accepted a GOAT as his "mother" i was out.

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    Reincarnated With The Strongest System
    Fantasy · Elyon
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita1mth
    Replied to Ange_Ushiromiya

    "He slept with several girls with whom he no longer has any contact at all, and it doesn't really stand out in the plot. As for the other two with whom he has relationships (I forgot the names), the first one with whom he has unstable relationships is his childhood friend, and the second one with whom he is 'officially' together is the girl he 'kidnapped' in the early chapters."

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    Systemless Villain
    Eastern · abinn
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita1mth
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    "In short, I didn't like reading this novell. There are pros and cons, but I still won't continue reading past Chapter 18. 1. The biggest problem: it's the style of how it's written, everything is too... wrong? It's like you're trying to retell the story from memory, the narrative style is very strange, it's not enjoyable to read. 2. I'm already getting annoyed with these child killers, they lived in 'hell' for 9 years killing their acquaintances and friends, fighting with each other, and learning how to become the perfect 'killing machine', but on their first mission they act like 'normal' kids, asking too many questions, doubting whether they should kill when it was their ORDER. They depicted them as too unprofessional for killers who were taught only this since childhood. Instead of quietly killing the village that was their target like normal killers would, they attacked head-on. KILLERS ATTACKED HEAD-ON!!!!!! STUPIDITY. Otherwise, not much has been shown yet, at the beginning there was a very interesting and refreshing plot twist that gave me incredibly strong hope that this would be one of my favorite novellas, but alas, it didn't turn out that way. The world that was described promised to be interesting, the plot and plans were also promising, but as I wrote before, I didn't like the narrative style, everything happens too quickly and without details, it goes something like this: (Mc trained for 3 hours (how he trained is not described, just his 'cultivation' method is described and a couple of other details), then went to a meeting [then the meeting begins, where an important future event is discussed, but we are shown almost none of this discussion, the main character throws important details about important future events to his 'family' there as if he's throwing cabbage, and to make them fulfill all his requirements, the author added some kind of contact, failure to comply with which will result in a family member being killed because he was too lazy to come up with something more believable about how Mc would manage the family.] The meeting lasted for several hours but we weren't shown anything substantial) In short, the author needs to improve the narrative style."

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    The villain's side of the novel
    Fantasy · Fri123
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita2mth
    Replied to Ange_Ushiromiya

    There's also something akin to a harem here, but it's not really a harem. He has two girls, one of whom he's in a stable relationship with, while he's in a conflict with the second. By the 200th chapter, he reconciles with the second girl, but their relationship status as a 'threesome' has not been explicitly discussed yet; they haven't even had a proper conversation together. In short, he sleeps with several girls in these 200 chapters that I've read, but so far, only with these two does he have any kind of relationship developing. So, yes, to answer your question: there will be a harem.

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    Systemless Villain
    Eastern · abinn
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita2mth
    Posted

    I really enjoyed it, very well written. However, there was one aspect of the plot that slightly puzzled me: the main character, after several initial chapters, does not seem to increase his improvement. I understand that he is strengthening his foundation and gaining strength without increasing his cultivation, but still, to only increase 1-2 secondary levels over 200 chapters seems somewhat implausible, especially considering all the resources he has used during this time. It's a minor detail that doesn't affect the plot, but in my opinion, it stands out a bit. Otherwise, the novel is good. 1. The MC is intelligent and doesn't act stupidly, at least from what I've noticed. 2. The romantic storylines are also believable (there's no instant 'love' like in Chinese novels where characters have s€x and then are suddenly willing to give their lives for each other). 3. The plot develops at a steady pace, with no overly boring moments that make you want to skip ahead. 4. The main character doesn't hesitate to kill his enemies. 5. There's also something akin to a harem here, but it's not really a harem. He has two girls, one of whom he's in a stable relationship with, while he's in a conflict with the second. By the 200th chapter, he reconciles with the second girl, but their relationship status as a 'threesome' has not been explicitly discussed yet; they haven't even had a proper conversation together. In short, I recommend reading it.

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    Systemless Villain
    Eastern · abinn
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita2mth
    Posted

    Honestly, I did like the plot; it has enormous potential and is genuinely interesting. If the main character weren't portrayed as so dumb, I'm sure this book would be at the top of the list of best novels on Webnovel. I tried, and I enjoyed reading, but I can't go on anymore. The main character is just too dumb; he constantly behaves like an eighth-grader, handing out legendary items dropped by level 200 bosses to players who are barely level 50, and when they express surprise, he plays dumb and says it's junk. These kinds of situations happen constantly; he's like a country boy suddenly becoming a billionaire and casually dropping by his country friends to brag, pretending that money means nothing to him. I read 80 chapters, hoping it would get better, but it only gets worse; he's the stereotypical MC who gets rich and goes to elite places wearing flip-flops and shorts to show off his wealth. In chapters 80-81, he needs to get to some distant place. Keep in mind, he already has the strength of a god at this point. And what do you think he does to cover that distance? Fly? Teleport? Nooooo, damn it, he gets on a horse and rides there, not because he enjoys it, but with the desire to bump into someone on the road and show how cool he is. I don't think it's worth reading further; I'm tired of seeing his stupidity.

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    Sacrifice's Rise: I Became Invincible After Entering Godslayer Temple
    Fantasy · White_Ink
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita2mth
    Posted

    I found my way here after devouring the author's first novel. Curious to see how Ali is faring post-Shiva's demise, I was pleasantly surprised by what I discovered. Initially, I thought there might be a huge time difference between Earth and Arcadia—like, one Earth year equals ten in Arcadia. But after binging all the free chapters, I was shocked to find out who sent Ali the system. And now I'm left wondering: was it Rio, all powered up and maybe even merged with that red-eyed personality from his head, or was it the guy in chains with the red eyes around Chapter 117? Tough call. The novel's not bad, but with just a few chapters out, it's hard to gauge its full potential. Still, it's heading in a cool direction, and I'm hoping for some epic crossover between this world and Arcadia, or at least a meetup between the main characters. Taking a break from reading for now, but eagerly awaiting more chapters.

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    Rich Villain of the Ruined World
    Urban · DevilDarkness
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita2mth
    Posted

    This book really impressed me. There were no dull moments, the main character is exactly how I would like to see him, the plot is original, and it's been a while since I've read something this good. Of course, like everywhere else, there are some drawbacks, but they are insignificant. For example, the author rarely describes appearances, maybe only once, assuming I'll remember it for a lifetime. I would have liked to see character descriptions mentioned at least once every 50-100 chapters. The biggest drawback, in my opinion, is the lack of romance. Although there are girls around the main character, and I understand that he's still dealing with problems that he'll likely resolve soon, throughout the 281 chapters I've read (on the left website), there hasn't been even a hint of romance. I also like his lazy side, because when I read books, I often imagine myself as the main character (silly, but it is what it is), and seeing him like that always makes me smile. On the plus side, I appreciate the intelligence of the main character; he's quite human, not as smart as a supercomputer, and not as dumb as I am. He's intelligent, though sometimes he acts foolishly, mainly in the emotional part, but not often. Overall, I would rate this web novel 9/10 because I enjoyed it, but due to the small number of chapters, I didn't get to see the most interesting parts. I'm putting it on hold for now and will wait for more chapters.

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    Life Of A Nobody - as a Villain
    Fantasy · DevilDarkness
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita3mth
    Replied to zes13

    ... Chapter 30: "Author's Note- I want to mention that in the first volume, there might be more focus on side characters than necessary. However, this will change in the academy arc of volume 2, where Asher's point of view will be the main focus." ...

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    Why Should I Stop Being a Villain
    Fantasy · Raos_IOI
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita3mth
    Posted

    I really liked WN, the plot is great, the characters are well-described. However, I'm really bothered by the fact that the main character is so weak even after all these years. Also, it annoys me immensely that his surroundings hide so much from him, especially when it concerns his "true" form into which he transforms after death. The author tries to give an explanation as to why they hide it, but I'm not convinced by this explanation at all. They think to themselves (I don't want him to transform into his true form, so I won't tell him about it). I don't see any logic in this. Plus, the fact that the main character suspects nothing after the fight, like, you fought a god and he crushed you to the ground before you lost consciousness, how can you not wonder how the heck this god disappeared? In short, this really annoys me. If not for this, I'm sure this WN would be at the top of the list with the best plot, as it offers everything needed, intrigue and interest. But for the reasons mentioned above, I decided to stop reading. ("I stopped reading at chapter 231.")(Sorry for not reading this on the official app, the translation on this app is so bad that I can't read it properly, so I have to resort to pirate sites with translations. P.S. I'm writing this comment via CHAT GPT.)

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    The Bored Immortal
    Fantasy · Resurgent
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita8mth
    Posted

    It's annoying, at first it was normal, a little cringe, but in general it's okay, I even liked it, but the further the worse, I understand that it's okay to have a harem there, but this is already stupidity: ms sees a beautiful girl ..... and oh gods, I love her. This is stupid! he already has 6 women in the harem and 2 are not far away to be there, since they have already had sex, but no!! he saw a beautiful woman!!! I quit. Even though he sees that he is being manipulated, he continues to act like a teenager at puberty, even though he is over 350 years old. Also about strength, it's also stupid, he won a fight with a woman who is objectively stronger (with the mother of the "princess"), but some chick passes by here, and he can't do absolutely anything, yes, the author tried to justify it somehow, but he can't be so weak, he trained so much, he was a saint of the sword, he even lived for years in a simulation, yeah, the power from there is not transferred to reality, but he did not even try to gain experience, train in the technique of the sword. He even cultivated a technique that allows you to remain calm during the battle, but no, he was distracted by her beautiful face. seriously? it's stupid, very, very stupid. (Chapter 166-167, here it infuriated me)I have nothing against the author, he did a good job of writing this story, but the problem is how he described the character of ms, he made him a person who strives to do everything to the maximum, he trained for years to be the best, but in reality, he is described as an otaku who is not bad at communication, but he completely stupid and fickle.

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    The Romantic Cultivator
    Eastern · Avidfan
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita8mth
    Posted

    I suspect that the author has an Ugly bastard fetish, well, it's already unhealthy how he described Fritz's relationship with Maria, I'm trying my best not to vomit from the realization that this decrepit old man has been doing with her since she was 15, but no, the author so kindly gives me another emotional trauma. How the hell did he come to the conclusion that the main character should fix their relationship? Because of her feelings? it's the spitting image of Stockholm syndrome. (Stockholm syndrome - when a victim/hostage falls in love with his abductor)

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    Everything will be my way!
    Eastern · Wing_Span
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita9mth
    Posted

    I really like this novel, until now I could not understand why, but now after reading several novels in a row, I finally realized that I like the fact that the main character is given a lot relatively easily, unlike other novels where mc is the enemy of all mankind, where everyone is trying to humiliate and kill him, it's like a breath of fresh air in the midst of all this negativity. I advise you to read this if you, too, like me, are tired of this negativity.

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    Vampire's Slice Of Life
    Fantasy · SocialHippo
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita9mth
    Posted

    Now I'm reading chapter 1075, and although I still really like this novel, but it's already starting to bother me that mc is constantly under enormous pressure from all sides, wherever he goes, he has enemies everywhere who are trying to kill him. The author portrays mc as sugar and ants all around him, wherever he goes, more and more enemies are constantly coming to him.

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    Rebirth of the Nameless Immortal God
    Action · Awespec
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  • sergiu_chirita
    sergiu_chirita9mth
    Posted

    At the moment I'm reading chapter 848, and I have to say that this novel is definitely one of the best I've read, I can't say that it's the best since it's impossible to say which novel is the best, but this is one of those that will make you experience an incredible amount of different emotions during every 30-50 chapters. The author is very experienced, it is very often shown here that the world is not divided into black and white, there are nuances and motives everywhere. Often during the reading, the author radically changes your opinion about one character, then again and again, you hate, then sympathize, then love, then the Author again shows something that makes you start to hate him/her ...... then at the end you once again shows the situation from another foreshortening and you feel contradictory. In short, this is 10 out of 10.(The main character is also very well spelled out, his whole backstory is gradually being shown, the characters are also not dummies, but individuals with their own experiences and backstories)

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    Rebirth of the Nameless Immortal God
    Action · Awespec
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