Walker Of The Worlds
Lin Mu was a common boy living in a small town, ostracized by the townsmen because of a mistake he made during the harvest, his house seized to compensate for it. Forced to fend for himself in the outskirts, he finds a rusty ring embedded in the tree where he always used to play as a child.
Witness his story as the mysterious rusty ring changes his destiny forever, opening him up to a world he would never have experienced, people he would have never met, and powers he would have never had.
P.S. This book will be published till chapter 59 after which the rest will exclusively be on Webnovel.
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Intersting start. I personally find the inevitable 'everybody shits on the MC' start to be exceedingly trying. That said I apreciate if they keep it to a single chapter or two. This story seems to have finished that up in the first chapter. So nice on them for that. It seems to be decently written if a bit steriotypical with the abuse the MC bit.
"P.S. This book will be published till chapter 59 after which the rest will exclusively be on Webnovel."
The above is a good reason to stop now. I personally really like this site. I don't see it as just an advertiser for Qidan... If you are not going to put your whole work up here then please don't bother.
A very classy way many authors who want to sell their works do it is to write the full story here, then take down sections as they publish a book. I frequently purchase those books to encourage the authors. I think people absolutly have the right (and should be encouraged) to make money off their literary genius. But there is a good way and a very bad way to do it. This is not the good way.
On the other hand. Good on your for telling everyone up front what you had planned. I gave you an extra star for that.
It's very good so far. Lin Mu really feels like a kid and acts appropriately. The other characters also feel realistic. The town magister is really great, typically Xianxias would have him be obscenely corrupt and a caricature more than a person. But this one was thoughtful, strict and fair. Really felt like a real person.
I also really like the pacing, Lin Mu is slowly enjoying his newfound gifts, all the while the plot is steadily unfolding in the background.
I'm really looking forward to how this unfolds.