The MC's technological success reminds me of Elon Musk (from programming to creating his own companies). Although by no means am I here to talk about this, but I recommend you to watch the channel "Coldfusion" on youtube, there's a lot of cool stuff there.
When Wazu (the main character) was still living in his hometown, he was in love with a childhood friend. This love was reciprocal and they promised themselves to get married when they’d become older. But as everything was going in that direction, the girl was proclaimed as the hero’s helper and she became part of his party (harem if I may say).
At first she told him that when she’d come back they’d get married, but when that moment arrived, he was shocked to see her kissing the hero in an alley. That act broke his heart and made him do the impossible; leave the town to live in [The Mountain]. This Mountain has some OP monsters with an extremely hard climate. When he first arrived he became lost and eventually decided to live there.
Two years passes and he has become (I think) the most OP being in the world. He was forged into a being surpassing S-rank monsters and above (which aren’t even classified).
The twist in this story is that the MC himself doesn’t know how dangerous the place he lived in was. He thinks the dragons are as weak as slimes, and he sees himself as a “villager” type of human. So the misunderstanding plays a huge role in this story. A bit like
The chapters are very short, the translation is good, the story itself is a generic, but I don’t consider it a problem. I see some potential and I actually wish to know more about that girl he loved and of course how he’ll be treated (as a super human being or a monster or worst, etc.).
The short chapters make it easier to read in my opinion, because I tend to just skip some passage when there’s too much info. The story may be predictable, the characters might need some depth, but I still like reading this novel.
In short, it’s an OP MC coming out of the most dangerous place in the world. He might be revered like a got or treated like a monster, we’ll see what the author has in mind while reading.
since from the chapt. 68 a new arc begins (the trio goes around the world). Apparently in the chapters 140 or 150, the girl goes in a coma and only comes out of it in the chapters 300 something.
I prefer to read the translation in one go and/or skip some parts 'cause those arcs where the author just put aside one of the MC puts me in an incomfortable position just like in MGA (martial god Asura).
At the start of the novel, when the main character talks about the theory of evolution, saying that humans are descendants of the chimpanzees and other primates. This has been proven wrong for a lot of reasons which you can find in a lot of books, research (and of course Google).
Afterwards he goes against the theory of the flat earth and the geocentric model (earth = middle of the univers) by saying that the earth is round and the planet orbites around the sun.
Why I feel so uneasy about this is because :
1. As keklel said in his review, the world's settings suggest that the earth shape has already been discovered. Thus the author kind of contradicts himself.
2. The theory of evolution of Darwin is known for being erroneous since it displays humans as an evolution of "monkeys" (other primates). It has been proven that we share a same ancestor.
3. You shouldn't say the earth is not flat because it's round. You should provide proof of why it is round. Otherwise it's akin to a I say-He says- You say debate. No one is right or wrong because they don't provide any arguments.