When Freya woke up, she had no recollection of who she was.
She soon found out that she was a beautiful 16 years old girl and was of a noble family. Overwhelmed by questions of herself and the world around her, she decided to search for answers. To search for the truth.
Follow her adventures in unveiling magic, and most importantly: herself.
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Is this a perfect story? definitely not, but it doesn't necessarily have to be in order to be enjoyable. The grammar needs polish and our main character needs fleshing out, rather than occasinally being a nice peice of cardboard, occassional bad transitions, and other things worth fixing. So why did I give this a 4/5? Well, in spite of my complaints, I think that this has potential, and at times can be fascinating, but unfortunately can feel like a rusted iron sculpture in terms of its need for polish, inspite of an excellent premise and fascinating moments. Will I keep reading this? Perhaps. Do I think you should, at the very least, give it a try? Yes. There can be a lot to enjoy here, and I'm actually quite excited to see more of this author in the future.
I am no writer so but here is my review, this story is so far a nice ride of subversions of tropes and clever and interesting ideas. The writer provides world building over time with no true "Exposition chapter" but slowly reveals the characters their strengths and most importantly their weaknesses. No character is over powered or invincible even if at first glance they do, every power has it's weakness and it's counters. The combat is designed around outthinking the enemy it is well done. The flow of conversations is realistic and has no "side character says something and main character repeats questioningly". The plot progresses at a pace it can maintain, carefully balanced between moving on and exposition.
Okay, now the bad. Sometimes in combat you can tell when the author has this scene in his head and accidentally skips a step in combat,or was not able to translate from their image, but that is few and far in between. The characters are largely defined by some tropes that they need to grow out of.(this may be due to when I wrote this). Some grammatical errors abound but they hardly ever interrupt the story, and Novaldy ( the author) is happy to fix them when pointed out.
Over all this is a story that you should take the time to give it a try and meet Freya. I look forward to the next chapter, and I feel like you will as well.
Written as of chapter XLVIII
a good storie. It is well written. You should continu your work.
This story, at first view doesn't look like much, if you look at some of the reviews, it feels as if it deserves that 4/5 rating, however ...
However, of the literally hundreds of novels I have lined up, this is one that I always eagerly await for an update.
Even after literally years starting to read it, it's still fresh in my mind.
The main character has depth, has thoughts, and is alive.
Despite the clique start, don't compare it with those shallow stories, it's nothing of the kind.
I'm not gonna lie, sometimes I'm left slightly confused by the writing style and the implied backstory implications. But despite the confusion this story was tense and filled with so many mysteries that I can't help but want to find out about all of them. As such I definitely recommend giving this a shot and going at least 5-10 chapters before you decide to continue out not.