Reincarnated into a Time-Loop Dungeon as a LVL100 Catgirl Chef!

Reincarnated into a Time-Loop Dungeon as a LVL100 Catgirl Chef!

by Mad Sadie

Dear Diary: I was reincarnated as a catgirl in a dungeon. There are time-loops. There are marble races. There are other catgirls. What else is there? (Pizza) Turn the page and see!!!

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107 Chapters
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AditudeLord
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While I enjoy the typical dungeon power fantasies you can find all over the site. Sometimes it's nice to sit down, take a breather, and race some marbles... or eat a burger.  The grammar is good enough for me, and the POV in the story injects wonderful personality and tone. 

Anehalia
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A cat girl writes a diary about her life in a dungeon living through time loops and serving explorers food. 

I've always wanted to see this type of story written as diary entries. I think its a fun and quick read.

The style is very minamalistic, but I think that comes with the territory of it being written as diary entries. I also don't really know the other characters that well yet, but the instance on colors for each of them is helping me to start forming memory associations between their names and colors. 

Well, except for Dorothy. We all know Dorothy is... 

Weavervale
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This is a wacky fun novel

Reviewed at: Cycle 21

For style, as I wrote my first manuscript in the epistolary style I can say without a doubt that this is tearing on my heart strings. It's almost as if this fiction was written to entertain me but also be chicken soup or a chocolate milkshake for my soul. I can appreciate that the author nails the style in that regard. For Gramma, no issues or they were so minor that I didn't note For the story thought I really want to see a cat girl get some agency of her own, maybe by being reborn as a go kart with a leveling system? A double isekai? Nah. The character is cheerful and I can only hope that this keeps on going. And if you like this? There are even more fast food style web serials, go check them out. Keep it up, cat girl and maybe one day you will make it out of the dungeon.  

 

What else can I say? Well if I died and was re-incarnated to sell fast food? hmmm I would keep a diary. And I hope that it would be at least half as entertaining as this. All in all, I hope that this cat girl races my novel to the top and that we're neck and neck until the end.

SubmersedMushroom
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Another victim of the teehee humor of online writing, with no real substance. Something is here, but it's ignored for some real bad teehee humor. Even the supposed serious moments are smattered with a form of humor digestible only in small quantities. Not much to say, if you want a small giggle this may be for you.

Lazy_Psychopomp
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Are you looking for something sweet to read? Are you sick of shit being taken seriously? Do you just really like cat girls and there antics? 

Well if you said yes to at least one of those, you really need to not talk to what you read, but besides that, this is the book for you. 

It's a nice story about a cargirl and her antics framed from a diary pov. It a fun read personally and has a bit of forshadowing. It nice to wined down to and of course, catgirl.

 

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Pakko
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At first, when I read this story's title I was apprehensive at reading it but I gave it a try anyway. This story stars a cast of cat girls and their adventures working in a dungeon. The story is written very uniquely as a series of diary entries and I find it works very well. As a bonus, the chapters are pretty short so you can breeze through them and get a feel quickly as to whether or not you like this story.

Eretor
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Great if you Ignore the Title

Reviewed at: Cycle 23 (13)

This is a fun slice of life story that follows a group of colourful characters as they get to know the co-inhabitants of their dungeon. It's well written and funny; the wolves are fluffy, the kobolds know how to party and the pizza has too much cheese. Really, there's no reason not to give it a go unless gripping descriptions of marble races increase your blood pressure to the point of decreasing life expectancy.

reteiker
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Cute catgirls diary

Reviewed at: Cycle 31 (3)

Deceptively good, despite what the title made you think. To be more specific it's a story written like you're reading out of the MCs diary. It's simple but it gets really creative at times and when it isn't being creative its wholesome, wholesome on the level of a Ravensdagger story. I liked it, the chapters are short and sweet.

9two436
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Wholesome, fun book!

Reviewed at: Cycle 23 (3)

Honestly, this is a pretty good book. It is pretty funny, it isn't super serious, but there is still some progression so people can have that. But the best part is the characters and what the admin does. It is just generally a good read. So stop looking at the reviews and READ!

nehon
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Excellent for light entertainment.

Reviewed at: Cycle 29 (6)

 I recommend this to someone looking for fantasy slice-of-life.

I enjoy the unique writing style.  Using diary entries helps the narrator's personality and perspective shine through.  The characters feel dynamic and interesting.  Their struggles feel meaningful. 

Since this is more slice-of-life than adventure or action, I rate the "story" using different metrics.  The story does a good job showcasing  the characters.  The pacing is... eccentric, but in a good way.

I don't know if it was intentional, but this story really show how powerful Mindset can be.  Each group has developed a mindset that defines them.  Usually, this mindset keeps them as static NPC's, which is depressingly true to reality.

The author understands how to build tension and stakes.  Stakes are meaningful because they mean something to the characters.

 The author understands the difference between "combat" and "conflict".  I love that each of main characters has developed thier own goals, and thier own preferred options for resolving conflict.

I would like to request more diary entries from the other catgirls.  Not a lot, but seeing those different perspectives were some of my favorite chapters!  I do also enjoy the part where we move away from diary entries - they make a good (occasional) change of pace.

I wasn't sure how to rate the grammar.  Occasional errors make sense with unreliable narrators, but they never got bad enough for it to bother me.  I haven't really noticed any errors outside of one I suspect were deliberate.