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Raven. In a world of fantasy, where magic and sword reign supreme, a girl is reborn. Not as a hero, a villain, or even a common mob.
She was reborn as a dumb bird. Now don’t get me wrong, ravens are one of the smartest animals alive. But imagine going from a fully functional human body...to....this...
In this world, ravens are considered harbingers of death. Filthy pests. The incarnation of damned souls. Due to their penchant for mischief, they are shunned and despised by human and non-human races alike.
Join Raven in her journey from a naive baby bird that wants to become human again (or at least get some semblance of arms/legs), and grow to live a life worth living, eating delicious food and reading great books.
Also known as the Ascension of Amaris, Queen of the Night, Beloved of the Moon.
*chapter length will vary from around 1500~2500 words.
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"It is not the destination, but the journey getting there that matters." (Warning: probably misquoted) This story embodies this line very well. The simplest way I can describe the story is this: A slice of life fantasy story following an isekaied woman's journey as a bird to survive, grow, and rediscover her old humanity. It is well written and a delight to read. Here's the breakdown:
Fairly traditional first person style of writing, with third person elements following other characters. The author does well on using both perspectives to do what the other can't. The chapters tend to be on the shorter side of things, and that can either be and positive or negative thing depending on one's preference. I personally see nothing wrong with shorter chapters, plus it helps keeps things clear when scenes shift. On the RPG side of things, there is no number crunching to be found here (not even levels). Progression is through fulfilment of prerequisite conditions, such as actions and deeds. Though more simplified than most litRPG stories, it fits in well with the other elements, but those looking for crunch should seek a story like Delve instead.
With 34 (short) chapters at the time of this review, there hasn't been enough time to get too deep into the plot and worldbuilding yet. We have learned a little about our hero's last life and her end goal in this new world, and some of the cultures that make up the fantasy world. I can't go much further without getting into spoilers, but much like an intricate flower blooming in dawning light, this story becomes more fascinating and enjoyable to watch the more you read. 5/5
There is thankfully no grammer mistakes that I noticed. The writing is clean, and spelling accurate. GREAT JOB! 5/5
The author clearly took care to fully flesh out their characters and personalities. They are distinct and stay true to who they are. The main character is a treat to watch succeed, fail and fail-upwards trying to make a place for herself in this strange new world. The side characters though few in number are not ignored, and I'm sure as the story progresses we will see then being more fleshed out. 5/5
I love what I've read so far and can freely recommend it to any who are into a different take on the isekai/litRPG genre. I look forward to seeing how this story unfolds and I'm definitely putting it on my Follow List. The only travesty is that so few have had the opportunity to enjoy it as much as I have. Hopefully this review will help change that. Keep up the good work!
Great story, great writing, great setting, pretty great overall. The main character is good too. Though she really gets on my nerves multiple times through out the story that definitely lowers the rating. But if you can get through a few frustrating parts it's an enjoyable story.
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In simple words, its a sweet story which slowly unfolds into its full glory.
The hero and other charachters are well fleshed out, have their own unique character traits and the story progresses slowly with seemimgly dark undertones. The grammar is excellent. The MC has a goal to which she is slowly working toward, though she makes seemingly stupid decisions sometimes. The chapters, however seem short.
Really love the story and hope the author continues! Binged wverything today!
This story doubles down on every cliché in existance so much that I was legitimately questioning whether or not it was satire for a while.
The story could perhaps be epitimised by the mc in the 3rd chapter.
She views a goblin as hostile even though that is exceedingly obvious not to be the case.
I have never before found a story where such a character has meaningful development (or even such a story to be good) so I have low hopes unfortunately.
I would suggest the author enables 'check grammer' in spell check.