I really enjoy stories that have a strong academic background--in this case, that background is economics and management principles.
And the characters, though most are flat and static through their fortunate encounters, experience real problems and have realistic reactions through their anecdotes, whether singular or serial.
I doubt the altruism of humanity as portrayed here, but that speaks more to my own skepticism than to the author's worldview. Keep writing!
So the first twenty or so chapters are just introduction to the pain, misery, and trauma that evidently are going to motivate the main character.
That said, the actual writing is of very high technical and creative quality, even if the characters all appear to be static. Additionally, unlike many stories on this site, the fantasy system introduction is not a simplistic data dump, but is discussed in plausible portions as explained to the child--very well integrated.
I will definitely keep an eye on this one now that I have finished the doom-and-gloom portion.
The setting concept is nothing new, but it's done fairly well. However, the constant abuse of the English language (spelling, grammar, syntax, and usage) interferes with any flow the story might have.
I finished this story with a tear in my eye--mostly I ignore these romance side versions because the characterization is a bastardized version of the "standard" light novel tropes, but I actually felt for the characters here. Great writing.
I get it--trauma is a agreat story motivator, but there are four instances in the first hundred chapters where all they do is portray abuse without contributing to character development or plot. Find something else.
Like several other reviews, I find the wuxia/xianxia elements to be the same as usual, with enough twists to make the story readable.
The unique twist of a "non-MC" protagonist who is semi-altruistic and also has to struggle for his goals makes it refreshing and something to enjoy reading.
I agree with author's depiction of vampires, but I don't like reading horror stories...so good job but this one's not for me.
Neat concept, nothing original, and the author can't make up his mind whether his protagonist is the damsel or the knight. Maybe the next story will be better.
Great character development with a slow-starting plotline. I see a couple possibilities for conflict/growth but so far just here for the cute start.
The story is well-written from a language point of view, but the purposely brutal character development found starting in Chapter 15 made me close it immediately.