On present day Earth, a university student was run over by a truck.
When he awoke, he had discovered himself to be in a completely different world filled with magic. Not just that, he was also synchronized with a system.
Daniel: a normal person; friend of the hero, possessor of the system. He was an anomaly.
Watch how the protagonist interacts with the new world and how his existence starts to change the world. In this world, he will forge a new path unbeknownst to the gods.
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I'm not usually one for op protagonist stories but I gave this one a chance, it was enjoyable for the most part and I'll probably keep reading it, because it an easy read, but saying that, it has a few problems that detract from it.
1. The characters arnt believable for their ages, like at all, injad assumed they were older by the time a certain part of the story came along, judging by there inner dialogues.
2. Theres a lot of content the author didntbinclue which could have made it better, mainly in the form of interactions between the Mc and other character.
3.The other seemed to have forgotten about the rules of their own system, when hes clearly been noticed theres no reprocusions, there was a goldmine of worry and anxiety about him loosing his cheet status and the whole you know hidden draggon/biding time approach that could have been great for comic relief and character building.
4. The time skips at the start also felt a little empty and in hindsight annoying when linked with point 1, for instance at a certain point I was kind of falbagasted at the fact that alm the characters were almost at the top level at a certain chapter, yet time had seemed to have stopped, this was annoying becaus of point 2.
It's not a bad story by any means it just lacks a little meat and has timing issues.
Its got a fast pace, almost too fast. The big problem for me is there are too many perspectives. It gets annoying to read about someone would we literally won't ever hear from again. My opinion is limit it to 3-4 max to make sure readers don't lose what's happening
Well, the novel is easy to read with a plot already seen again and again. Except author like to sexualise 10 years kids and the MC is a fucking pedo.
Anyway, I just don't understand how someone supposed to be on his early twenties can find kids attractive. In Belgium, books promiting pedos shit like that are illégal.
This novel is great. It has everything, a little bit of romance, the hero has a secret cheat, and it's targeting the fantasy troupe heavily :). Basically the only thing I would improve would be longer chapters since they are quite small, but I guess RR reward this...
I just remember pointing out a plot hole in the writing and the author throwing a hissy fit rather than any attempt to fix it. The character being able to buy some skills but never buys them and never addresses why. The author had plot reasons reasons why he didn't want the character to take them but wrote nothing in the story to explain it from the character's POV. I tried to explain why that's bad writing and how he could possibly fix it but he just got defensive.