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Dimensional Sovereign
February 17, 2017
Status: c139
The novel begins with a poor mc who dreams of becoming rich. He is then thrown into the world of hwanmong as one of the sovereigns. Here he must fight for territory a.k.a buildings from monsters and other sovereigns to build barracks, mines, etc in the rooms he has occupied and build his own subordinates to achieve his dream.

Meanwhile he must also use his management abilities in earth to earn money because a management war also happens between the sovereigns in earth where he is faced with many opponents... more>> who lived their life with a golden spoon.

Sounds interesting right? It's too bad the novel threw this entire framework through the window after reaching a certain chapter where the hwanmong of earth is invaded.

At this part the MC somehow becomes a born warrior instantly. He slays anything that stands in his way easily. He gets massive powerups every 5 chapters. We then have a perfect example of the classic "Meet God, kill God. Meet Buddha, kill Buddha".

So then what happened to the management part? It turns out that mc becomes the most powerful being in earth after the invasion and now he doesn't need to buy buildings, build facilities or make an army.

After becoming the strongest in earth, he sets off to other worlds of hwanmong where we repeat again with the massive powerups and anyone that doesn't agree with him will face the threat of being killed by him. He becomes very impulsive and never thinks about consequences since everything somehow works out as he wants it to by his powerful luck stat.

Reading this far in the story, I personally hope an ending where everything turns out to be a dream and MC is still the poor person who has a lame leg and cries at how cruel a dream it was and then he starts having a hallucination with his stat window open and luck stat showing 0. He then falls into depression and hangs himself.

3/5 for a good start. <<less
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Apocalypse Summoner
January 29, 2017
Status: c469
469 chapters in and i decided to drop this novel and write this review.

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The writing in the novel is a mass of text which is a chore to read. It keeps going on and on about either the MC's goddess like appearence each time other side characters or even some random joe sees him (note that the mc is male but everyone takes him as a woman hence the gender bender) or the women's (harem's) appearence about jade like skin or plumpiness everytime MC makes contact with them.

The writer actually wrote 3 or 4 chapters droning on about a single night where the MC has his first backdoor experience. He also wrote another 3 chapters about a demon in dilemma with the MC's pants pulled down and his private parts exposed in its full glory.

A redeeming part is that the writer goes into detail for a fight. However its still excessively detailed that even small mobs take 2 paragraphs. Thus i assume writer is just increasing his word count without any actual content.

I had expectations for this concerning the fact that MC didnt keep his reincarnating much of a secret unlike other novels. But to my disappointment 300 chapters in and his past life experience has mostly lost its value.

The summoning pulls stuff from anime or game worlds which feels more like a lack of creativity from the writer rather than good writing and the gender bender is done horribly compared to something like ranma 1/2

Final score 2/5

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Death Notice
February 25, 2017
Status: c535
The novel starts wih introducing our MC who has a split personality of a lunatic serial killer. I was expecting a type of crazy like Joker from Batman, but here we have a complete lunatic who doesn't think about anything unless his life is in danger making his whole genius background pointless.

He is obsessed with making "art" out of people he kills, however i always find the description lacking and makes his "art" something i can't imagine and thus makes this uniqueness of his split personality feels like a random... more>> add in.

Now the story tells how the MC is delivered through space time to another world where islands float around in space. When he arrives with other inmates, we have a long description about the world they are currently in. After the long intro, MC ends up in a city of elves as his homebase where we get another long description about said city.

At this point you would be thinking that he travels around in this fantastic floating island space world full of magic and wonders also meeting the many races which exist. But it turns out this is all just groundwork since the novel is about completing missions like in "Terror Infinity" or "Infinite Armament".

This main theme of the story comes out 20 chapters in after long descriptions which end up unused almost the entire story. The first mission has betrayed expectations with almost no fantasy as he is sent to a medieval world where he has to solve a mystery.

After his first mission, the MC moves homebase again, where we get another long description about the place. The positive side about this is that he doesn't move again as far as I have read.

So what brought me to stop reading this far in? It is the fact that almost every mission has a leap in logic when the MC deduces and is conveniently always correct. The MC has absolutely no goals other than looking for new emotional sensations by adventuring in the mission worlds. But these reasons aren't completely unbearable.

The biggest reason is that I am 500+ chapters in of a novel that ends at 800 chapters or so and the power level of the MC is still in the mid tiers, thus I predict irrational massive power ups and until now the author has not touched the MC's past at all which will probably be touched near end and solved at sprinting speed.

Overall 3/5 <<less
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