The Human Game
by The Wr1ter
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While backpacking in the Canadian Rockies during a thunder storm Neil Fischer took a wrong turn and wound up more lost than anyone has been before.
Now on a new planet in a deep jungle Neil will have to survive monsters, animals, ancient ruins, magic and beautiful snake girls.
Story will have sexual content, chapters with adult content will be marked.
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This is an okay story but it doesn't grab your attention. The relationship is bland and starts of pretty fast in a very shallow way. The plot takes a firm backseat and while there are hints that something more interesting may happen sometime in the future it hasn't arrived by chapter 18. Actually, the best chapters are where the main character is not present. Probably a bad sign.
There are also a whole lot of grammar mistakes.
Had to change my review to an advanced review since I think the low scores in each category were undeserved.
The writing style is decent with reasonably well done dialog and I never felt put upon with any info dumps. My biggest complaint is regarding the perspective shifts. The author has an unfortunate habit of showing the same scene from multiple perspectives, which I believe should be done sparingly and only to emphasize truly different interpretations of events. Otherwise, I've quite enjoyed the read every step of the way.
The story has a decent premise (not original, but not overplayed imo) that the author has so far delivered upon. The pacing is good enough that I don't feel like I'm waiting around for things to happen.
As mentioned in other reviews, the supporting characters have a bit more depth than the MC. This feels like it's starting to change over a couple of the recent chapters though, so I have hope for the future.
There are grammar errors (sometimes structuring errors too with misplaced system messages) but none were bad enough to stop me or give me trouble.
tldr; It's a fun read with an author I think is improving.
Fun so far, nothing groundbreaking. (as of chapter 33).
The story and grammar is good but it lacks common sense and logic.
The story is great. From what I have read there are very few, if any, grammar mistakes, the story is solid with no plot holes, and so far it has kept me interested throughout my day of reading. I would recommend others to read if they enjoy unconventional isekai stories. And I hope the author continues with what they are doing!
Read up to chapter 16, but the story didn't really caught my interest, ymmv.
You can tell that the author doesn't have a lot of experience writing but the characters are compelling the story seems well thought out and so far it's been great! Can't wait for more!
Shame to see this going into hiatus, I liked it.
sadly this wasn't unexpected as most stories in here are left incomplete.
Good for now~ Hoping to see a lot more of chapters xD
Sentences in the first cuple paragraphes are overly long and very cumbersome to read. I almost ditched the story because of that...luckily the readability improved pretty quickly.
Also...I love Lamia's...this earns an extra star just because.
Wing please don't delete my "too short" review. :D