I am searching for novels with realistic characters and cool superpowers, I don't care about the plot or the world-building part. It doesn't matter how bad the plot is I just need you to recommend me a novel in which characters feel like real people who do not have fixed personalities. For eg:- in many novels, if a character is arrogant then the authors will show him/her as an arrogant person throughout the novel irrespective of the circumstances. In my opinion, a brave person can turn into a scared cat depending on the situation.
For eg:- the perfect run, shadow slave(it's on webnovel tho), the oracle paths(webnovel) or like steven in moon knight he wasn't ok with helping marc but he still helped them to find the tomb.
Ik it's a very vague or unclear(sorry, I can't remember the word ) thing I asked for but if you have a novel in mind then do recommend it.
Cool superpowers? Absolutely yes.
Self promotion bias...? Maybe.
If you end up liking Worm, I am also writing a story in a similar vein: No Heroes There
Hope you find something of interest!
My story Providence has an emphasis on character and their relations, so maybe that is up your alley.
My story, Solar Flare, is a multi-POV adventure with phenomenal superpowers and smooth action. A whole world dies, leaving a sole survivor. The survivor wields the most powerful weapons in the universe, in a lineage that goes back to the dawn of time, but finds it wanting. In search of help, this survivor brings this life-ending plague with it. This survivor meets her successor there, and it becomes up to the successor to fix the universe.
Tower of Jack - Multiple times the MC straight up runs away from the enemy. He freezes out of fear once when fighting another big boss. He levels his points like a person who isn't a gamer or LitRPG reader, drops potions and valuable weapons, cares little for the nuance of the world. It's pretty funny actually and feels very human at times.
Paranoid Mage - MC just doesn't go the typical perfect run route. When offered the opportunity to learn magic at the hands of the masters he turns and runs and figures it out on his own. He messes up, gets tracked because he doesn't know enough, misses details because he doesn't have formal training. I like the humanity in the errors.