Let's just say I've read a lot of novels to know what I'm doing. Feel free to check out my personal novels which have received great ratings!
Yes, this is explained in the story.
Haha. Thank you for this heartfelt comment, but we most certainly didn't drop the series. It continues on in the final book, which can only be read on our Patreon page (or Amazon). In terms of Jonathan Yuan, we won't spoil anything for his "next" adventure.
We love this meme! Haha.
The struggle is real 😂
This isn't anything about Chi Lian in Cat's other successful novel, but it sure does have its respective perks. By this I mean how Scarlet Su's character differentiates. We know it's not really Scarlet Su, but a Su Yan taking over. Sad that we don't get to read more about her life in her previous world ('cause I'm really into zombies), but this still shows promise. Cat obviously spends a lot of effort in her work, so I'm glad to have been the first to review on this potentially successful novel!
Writings organized, and the characters have a slight hint of a comedic feel. The husband seems to be on my bad side already, but who knows how things will change. Interesting structure and story, mate. Hope Leila's character development improves in the long run. In terms of potential; well, I'll let the audience decide some of that.
Now this is underrated. Both the characters and the story develops nicely. Your first novel, right? I recommend you stay consistent like you have been. Only thing I can say now is that Aster's one heck of a bad bomb! Haha.
Wow. When we're talking about potential, this is your story. The introduction was constructed nicely. The author clearly knows how to jot down Dante's characteristics. He's not your stereotypical oblivious main character. It's limited in chapters, but reading can definitely get you hooked on the premise.
Still trying to figure out what the period at the end of the title means, but that's besides the point (no pun intended). I can already tell you that I'm more interested in Peter than Micah. Both character written quite well. The author does a fair job describing the Heatherland. At the time of writing, the novel's only a month old, but the first chapter's enough to really hook the reader! Spoilers aside, dialogue is written correctly with little grammatical errors. Nice!
Ecchi, ecchi, ecchi! Lol. For someone who didn't grow up with English being their first language, you did an interesting job conveying a story. Otherwise, this review would have gotten a full five-stars! Novels like these aren't my cup of tea, but its memorable efforts of reincarnating Aditya to form his own harem is hilarious. I don't have any particular feedback, apart from how intriguing you make cultivation work. P.S. I have to be careful about staring at your cover art!
Alright. Let's see where I begin... Oracle! The dude's insane! Or should I call him Dyyx? Anyways, Oracle's a too-cool of a title to pass up. Writing a universal constructed novel isn't an easy feat. It requires a lot of heavy-duty knowledge, and a bit of inspiration from a scientific standpoint. Is that what the author conveyed? You're darn right he did! Atop the insane mystery behind the plot, I can't seem to wait for more. Excellent job on two things, mate: Humour and the suspense!
First of all, excellent cover. Webnovel design, right? Not a "fantasy-driven" magician type of reader, but that's besides the point. The first chapter's long and somewhat foretells what Damien's adventures will look like. In terms of other characters (like Emmy), I don't like. Which is good! Lauren seems like she'll be cool, though. I don't have any particular request from the author, but am interested to see/read what the story entails.
Oh my gosh! Haha. Okay. Please, please be careful when reading this. I'm not into harems or romance genres such as these, but that doesn't mean I don't overlook what each author tries to convey in their writing. Oliver, mate, we really gotta talk about your mindset! As for Jay? We're gonna have to lynch him or something. Love it when main characters are written well enough to give readers those sort of thoughts.
This was a lot more gruesome than I expected. Granted, that's not why I'm giving this five-stars. Truly look at the writer's craft. He takes time to describe each scene without breaking people's characters. No overpowered individuals and an interesting tale about Eastern culture.
Ahahaha! Alright. I'll be very honest. I was taken aback by the cover, expecting a dark tale. Granted, this was more entertaining than I had thought. Only on chapter one due to the overwhelming feeling of wishing to read more. Note: This was review was written with only two chapters released! Don't let us down, author!