A decent read about an A.I. Chip and it's meat bag that carries it along it's path of cultivation towards eternity. To be honest I enjoyed the read up until the last 50 - 100 chapters, they felt rushed like the guy was just trying to end the series.
Worth a read, but I'd quit at about chapter 1150 or so and just make up the rest in your head. Went from a decent read to a regret that I finished reading it.
A number of notable problems in the series as a whole, there is absolutely no character development for anyone other than the MC and ai chip. You'll read 50-100 chapters about him getting closer to some woman while doing other things, just to have them end up in his hands and that's probably the last time you'll ever hear of that woman for more than a single sentence.
One of the biggest problems would be his wives / lovers and the kids he's supposed to have had. The guy only named two of them and didn't even bother to name the rest, doesn't even mention them more than once or twice. He even forgot that he said the MC had impregnated several women and only remembered two of them, then added some new ones in later and didn't even bother to name the kids. If you want to read about an AI chip and it's adventure with a ruthless worthless MC, this series is probably for you.
Impossible scenario's from basically being made into a slave of a crazy stalker fan. Weird relationship with loli co-worker / neighbor. To senior that is supposed to like the guy because he knows how to write and it's what she's obsessed with. Maybe the senior I can understand, but the rest including his cousin he keeps calling his daughter for some unknown reason. I mean would you call a cousin 3-4 years younger than you your daughter after being asked to look after her while she's in school? I'm pretty sure most people wouldn't, it's just odd and there's no real explanation as to his fixation with it. I've read a ton of trash chinese novels, I mean 90% of the stuff put out of there fits that bill. This however is just weird trope after weird trope without any idea of where the story is even supposed to be heading. So 1 star, I can't go above that as even 1 star feels like more than the author deserves.
So the first point of the story to consider is the guys life more or less sucks. He's in debt from college, only has a temp 1 year contract for work and still doesn't have a teaching license yet is covering as a temp teacher while the real ones on maternity leave.
He magically gets pulled to another world and once he accepts that it really happened he asks how to go back. Would anyone whose life is sh*t on earth really say send me back? I mean, if I had no real future in this world and was pulled to another world and adopted by an old duke who is rich and powerful, I'd probably say screw going back home.
Though this is your typical novel of once you get to a world where your life is much better all you think about is going back home to the hell you knew. I'd say from the first 22 chapters this series is only a 3/5 at best. Typical story, typical arrogant MC who looks down on others and talks about how great where he came from is. Even though based on how the story is going as of the 22nd chapter things are changing more violently, but he's got magic. A world where power dictates everything and you're handed a golden spoon is far better than poor and useless in this world.