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This is a tale.
One of Life,
And of the unnatural disregard of the rules that govern both.
Our story arguably begins at the climax of this, just after the death and reincarnation of a random eccentric.
In a turbulent world experiencing a forceful, remorseless revolution, we follow the saga of a possessed young noble and the world around him.
Begin this journey...
Follow our main character, a slightly crazy (Laughs), psychopathic, possibly apathetic yet apt youth...
Possessing dual souls, and the memories that come with them, He challenges head-on the complicated political structure and social-economic hurdles that plague a budding, war-stricken civilization.
Come along, oh dear traveller...
To Anno, a world hiding legendary secrets worthy of your exploration.
For it is the year 223 S.T.
The year it all began.
Cover Art by Ben J- "Citadel of the eternal sun"
Here's the artist's link- https://winterkeep.artstation.com/
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The spelling is fine but the grammar is weird. The author mixes up his past and present tenses. The Western-style setting doesn't mesh that well with the Chinese-ish traditions either (young masters and other wuxia cliches). There are also a lot of POV changes with not much MC screentime. Other than that it's fine.
Recommended if you can deal with the spelling and like wuxia-ish stories with a western setting.
Better than most of the novels you will read online, could be easily made into a book with some editing and formating. Only some minor spelling errors which did not subtract from the book. It does jump perspectives a decent bit, which isn't into my tastes but does do some decent world building. Would subscribe on patreon for more chapters.
I am quite easily satisfied, not going to lie. Still, the previous sentence has not much to do with what I am going to say about this story, or at least, I will try to be as observant as I can. Also, I really like Kingdom-building stories. Aaaand, it's my first review too.
So yes, some grammar problems, or inconsistencies? Some problems with the names of places, lacking consistency. Not that the names change, but typos exist, and the devil is in the details!
Once I got to see the maps, the plot was that much easier to follow. Still, it's well told, I feel. Again, I really like these kind of stories, so I am eager to see more! I feel like it has potential. Maybe describing the relative positions of places within Algrim (the different domains and forests) could help, given that the 50 first chapters have adventure bits with Aden and his entourage.
I like dialogue-heavy chapters better. Otherwise, it's perfectly serviceable, no problem for me.
There is a lot of potential in there. Given how James and Levi mesh together, and the final result, being our protagonist. How will his previous acquaintances react? What ennemies will he make? What allies will he make? Eager to see all that.