Book Worm

by Naskar

Original ONGOING Adventure Fantasy GameLit High Fantasy LitRPG Magic Male Lead Portal Fantasy / Isekai Secret Identity Slice of Life Strategy
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Jared Jotter book entuthsiast extreme, found himself in a place not quite like his home, and with mysterious Forces playing with his Fate.
Everything he wants is for people to stop bothering him and to read a good book, that is if he coulnd't find a more exciting hobby in this new World .

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Great premise, hampered by spelling/tense errors

Reviewed at: Chapter 2

I stopped at chapter two. This story has great potential; the MC is likeable as is the plot. From what little I've read of it thus far, the game system seems decent. Unfortunately, the flow of reading is sabatoged by spelling/tense errors, missing commas, and missing words. What's amusing is the Irony: the MC is an extreme book enthusiast, with a title of "Bibliophile", yet this story has so many spelling/tense/punctuation errors.

If you are like me and don't enjoy your reading emmersion ruined by such errors stabbing you in the eyes. Then move along and come back later when (if?) there's corrections. I'll be checking back on this story as the plot is very appealing to me and am looking forward to reading a readable version.


Overall an enjoyable story so far.  Most of that is based on the story itself.  Seems to be a slice of life story about a guy transmigrated into a fantasy world. 

Characterization is a little light, no one beyond the MC matters all that much so far, and we don't really know all that much about the MC.  

Grammar/spelling issues are abundant, but the author is clearly working to resolve that.  

Story is light and quick, not bogged down with too much unnecessary exposition.  The flow fits the character; constant activity.  


Interesting premise but bad grammar.

Reviewed at: Chapter 3

Interesting premise, but well below average grammar. Sometimes it gets so bad that it's hard to follow the story.

Long running sentences, typos and errors, very awkward dialogue, both in content and form are just some of the issues that appear. The novel really needs a couple of rounds with an editor.


Best novel I read this month. Title is not connected with the content. In few first chapters IT is mentioned that Jared love books, is obsessed with them? I expexted from these descriptions that his character will be like in "Reader" but instead we got genius spy extrovert. Also GameLit tag is missleading, three is no game content in novel.