A man on his death bed regrets only one thing in his life: not being able to become a wizard. Fortunately he is reincarnated into a world where magic does exist. Will he be able to accomplish his dream? Or maybe fate (the author) has other plans for him…
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I understand not wanting to make your MC OP but this characters only really outstanding quality is his memory retention from his previous life. I could sorta see you focusing on him if he had a sudden breakthrough and became able to sense mana. But hes just so boring. I thought maybe oncw he got the staff he might learn magic but not the staff itself can do magic but your MC is still boring. Then you have him become archmage without the ability to use magic. Blah. Sorry im gonna drop this book.
It's a short and enjoyable read, nothing special, you just fly through the words easily understanding everything. A writing style more suited for research papers sure, but nonetheless very immersive.
It portrays a semi-realistic (confused about this point) protagonist, characterization is lacking due to the style its written in but the parts that are there are nice.
This is something I would make my little brother read, and that's a compliment since he only gets to read literature that can teach him something about the language or anything useful really.
(Up to ch561)
I want to be a wizard but I can't, this is the story of a guy struggling to make his dreams come true while doing so he gets mixed into this world's problems.
The story is a good one with humor on its premise, but the delivery is lacking, characters feel thin very superficial, the author glosses over some chances of character development so many times. Dialogs are simple, and you would be unable to recognize who is saying what just from it.
The fiction could use a major rewrite, keeping the story very close to this. Using a little more time on the characters and a little less in explaining what was already read. And please make old characters more mature.
Overall is not a bad read if you can get into the later chapters, and skim over some long dump and repetition, you are not going to lose a lot by skiming sometimes.
Personally, I'll continue to read this until the end, there are many circles still open that I wish to read, I want to know what else will the author show us of this world.
It's fairly slow paced but there's a fair amount of timeskips to make up for it. The scale of this endeavour is staggering.
It's definitely worth a look
The story is about killing the demon king with out magic. This story is nice and simple with high fantasy and no complex plot. Only thing i dislike, is the current direction of the plot starting from chp 490+. I hope you dont start bringing modern weapons into a fantasy world. If you are planning to, make this into sci-fi, using Tom's 500+ knowledge. Overall, i hope this story could take The Wizard World or WOTMW approach. Perhaps have William be the first wizard to explore worlds.
the chapters are very short but are more of summary in 3rd POV, very little to no characterization of characters are present as there are no developments in that field including MC who is zealous towards his goal of becoming a wizard and his emotions are bland at best.
despite the obvious lack of color in characters i am still rating it 5 for just the tenacity of him becomig a wizard after reincarnating several times and taking us through a long journey of this new world.
looking forward to his first steps of wielding magic.
(reviewed at C238)
Read up to chapter 10 and while it is by no means bad.. it has a lot of of flaws early on.
No twist on a very used story, i almost expected a truck tbh.
No drama with any characters and there interactions, just a bland monologue. Which leads me into the MC. He needs scrapping and redoing, there is nothing at all appealing to him.
Now I don't want to seem like I'm just hating on a story, as I think anyone who takes there time to write on here is grade a by me. But you need to change what is here currently, add more discribitions and everything else that makes a story a story.
A good example of a story that is just "meh", bland. There is nothing that stands out for to keep me interested. Everything from the characters, to the world, to the interaction, are just average, not bad but not good either.
I stopped at chapter 33. One reader said that is getting better after chapter 60, maybe.
But in the time I would take me to crawl to that chapters I can read a different story that is just as good but does not need me to wait till chapter 60 to actually tell the story.
Up to chapter 150. MC doesn't do magic/become a wizard. He becomes just another cultivator. Super disapointed in this.
If this a story by a child for children. Then great job!
However, if its not.....
I feel like i'm reading a very boring diary of what could have been a exciting life of a wannabe wizard.
To often the author explains before and after why their characters made their choices, why really it was their only choice, and why the choice doesn't even matter that much in the grand scale of their story. Ugh. Too wordy. It kills what should be exciting scenes and any tensions or mystery just vanishes in the wind.