The world we live in is quite the chaotic one. But there are others. This is one such tale. One of a young man from our world who was unfortunat- no, he was truly fortunate to get transmigrated to another world, one where he knew he could belong. One with magic, one with kingdoms, one where power meant everything.
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I mean, the story build up is fine, and the people who read it will agree that it has potential to go through a crazily good story line, maybe even rivalling that of the beginning after the end. The story was spoiled by that city bit, and it was quite disappointing the last few chapters, but I have to wait for the new arc to come to see if the story will progress the way I want it to.
The grammar and the sentence structure is all fine. Good use of vocabulary here and there. The problem is an inconsistency of the writing style, as well as the plot development. It is as if the author is just realizing that there are a few gaps in the plot that he has to cover. Also to be noted is that the interaction with the family is quite small, and it is disappointing to se that the emotional build up in the story is close to nil. I hope that all of this changes in arc 2.
If you like the wish fulfilment genre, then this novel is tailor made for you. It practically breathes wish fulfilment. The story mc is getting whatever he wants, and it seems kind of irritating. The story also gets predictable at a point, like during the part where the spirits contract him. Ofcourse the king of spirits also contracts him. The author made the mc way too op, and it could get on some people's nerves.