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Absolute-Melody
Rather than a review, I want to ask a very serious question as why the title suddenly shifted from "The Second Coming of Avarice (Greed) " to "The Second Coming of Gluttony (a cardinal sin completely different from what the story's premise and themes are about) "? Avarice (intense desire for something) is what drives the whole story, in other words various characters' greed and desires for something throughout leads to every single bit of action that occurs. Although I don't want to reveal anything, let's just say a certain... more>> adventurer group got wrecked when they got a little too greedy. And the MC is driven by the desire to run away from his family and to finally succeed in life, because what he wants is validation that stems from his complex that formed because of how horribly he acted on Earth. I'm obviously a noob at this, but I just have to ponder how does "Gluttony" tie in at all to what I've read, when Avarice perfectly describes the story's focus. <<less
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I Chose to Fake My Death
August 13, 2018
Status: c21
Just so you know, this is not truly a "review" but More of a way for readers to actually view what the story has to offer, rather than be diverted from even reading due to the bad rating.

-First of all, the protagonist is a male hiki-NEET with close to no communication skills, and his transformation to a different gender does not change this, at least not initially (*hint*hint*)

-Remember that the story progression is really not that fast, in fact, it can even be considered to be a slow-paced comedy... more>> fluff (not the kind of "fluff") story.

-most importantly, this story is extremely casual, and kind of "gaggy". If you try to take it seriously, I'm afraid you will be disappointed with the character growth in the beginning. Admittedly, the idea of old men lewding a middle schooler who was formerly male is kind of off-putting. Nevertheless, you'll find that the story does eventually catch up and becomes much more entertaining.

If you keep the fact that this story is meant to be comedic yet slow, and not seriously, you'll have an easier time digesting this novel. If you're against TS, you shouldn't even be reading this or reviewing this. <<less
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Have a Meal Before You Go
November 19, 2016
Status: v1c3
Cool story so far, I'm loving the post-apocalyptic setting. The hero returns to his world, only to find it overrun with monsters, and humanity has degraded quite a bit. Anyway, the story so far makes me want to read more, so please translate and post some more chapters!
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Reincarnated Devil King
June 27, 2019
Status: c22
This is a bad story, but I'm reading it simply for the hilarity that comes with a novel about making monster and human girls fall for you. Especially when the "happy times" scenes are censored with a simple line like: "150 words were removed". The harem is still small, but you just know it's going to expand to unreasonable proportions. Anyway, it's a leisure story that only has an iota of difference between itself and a Japanese Isekai novel. The only good thing is that only a few things feel... more>> forced compared to most other "relaxed" Japanese stories. Anyway, enjoy your unhappy Office worker become someone insanely OP, (in all sense of the word) "create" his own harem, and then flex all of his advantages on all the plebs he meets, lol. At least it's not the arrogant young master stereotype that is commonly associated with CNs. <<less
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