I Reincarnated as A Little Girl?!
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Nosso protagonista era um otaku e escondeu esse fato de todos. Depois que ele desistiu de esconder esse fato, ele acabou sendo desprezado por seus amigos e sua própria família. Depois de algum tempo sendo desprezado, ele foi expulso de casa porque havia se tornado um NEET. Depois disso, ele começou a morar sozinho e teve que encontrar um emprego para se sustentar. Ele trabalhava numa merda de emprego e era praticamente um escravo. Mas um dia, quando ele abriu a loja sozinho, sofreu um acidente estúpido e, como não tinha ninguém para ajudá-lo, morreu ali mesmo em um acidente patético. Ele pensou que seria o fim de sua vida, mas de repente ele abriu os olhos e percebeu que estava no corpo de uma menina. Uma menina sem família que estava sob os cuidados de empregadas.Ela era uma garotinha com muitos mistérios em sua vida. Siga a vida de nosso protagonista neste novo mundo, um mundo onde a morte é normal.
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Story line is decent. The sequence of events is choppy & doesn't flow like a normal novel but this is a light novel. The biggest glare for me is the characters doing actions that do not fit their personalities or making decisions that don't make much sense.
For example, the Queen tries to kill Lara by poisioning her. When that fails a maid is sent to kill her. So why did the man in the hood, who also was ordered to kill her, bring her alive to the Queen? Why did the Queen have to fabricate evidence just to kill her? She is a nobody. No one of importance knows who she is at first glance, knows she is in the city. Why not just slit her throat in the dungeon and be done with it? There is no valid reason for the Queen to keep her alive in the dungeon other than the author wishes for it to be so.
2nd example. Why did Lara, who killed someone in cold blood allow herself to be captured? Someone who seems to be intelligent, somewhat ruthless and overall has self preservation above all else allow herself to be captured? Lara could have killed the man in the hood as soon as he appeared, before he drew the knife. Seems a hell of a risk to allow the man trying to kill you to capture you and knock you unconcious and for what? Hope he keeps you alive? This just doesn't seem logical from Lara from what we have seen from her so far.
I have seen authors do these things before. Make a character do something completely polar opposite of what you expect just to advance the story in a certain direction then immediately revert the character back to normal. I personally think it's an easy cop out to move the story along or in a certain direction where if you get a little creative I think you could do the same without compromising character integrity.
Overall I could only give 2 out of 5 stars but hope you continue to grow as an author. Best of luck to you!
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I'm not goint to lie. The synopsis is kind of off putting, so when I read it, I was wondering what kind of writing style I should expect. And it wasn't as bad as I expected. It is minimalist for a novel, yes, but this a light novel. Don't expect long descriptions and beautiful metaphores, this story was heavily inspired by japanese light novels (the plot, the storyline, the names), so it follows the light novels writing codes. If you keep that in mind, then the writing style is actually more than decent.
Now, concerning the story...
It's not bad, but it's not for everyone. The chapters are short, but the pace is pretty fast, and there is little to no world building element. Personally, it's not my cup of tea. As I said before, it was heavily inspired by Japanese LN, so you'll find a lot of elements from the Japanese culture. The goods and the bads (the otaku, the lolis...). So do I recommend the story ? Well, it depends.
If you're into Isekais, yes.
If you're into Japanese LN, yes.
If you're looking for a novel with a real immersion, maybe not.