I mean, seriously. Defeating a legendary beast at age 8 and then immediately summoning a dragon immediately after and nothing changes with his classmates. Lazy writing to say the least
MC trains an entire afternoon to hold back and fails repeatedly, literally blowing goblin heads into oblivion, only to barely succeed (and then fail again against the goblin king). But he's all of a sudden able to hold back perfectly the next day, able to knock the adventurers out without any mention of the slightest difficulty.
immediately after leaving the forest he lived in due to a broken heart, he falls in love with someone else without sparing a thought to the childhood friend until he was heartbroken again. Seeing as it hit him hard enough to have run from home, shouldn't there have been some hesitation?
On the one hand, it's fairly unique and interesting that the author keeps being sent back to his world upon "death" only to have to go back when he realizes the villain is straying further from the path of rehabilitation. This plot device was also a really nice way to merge his identity back on earth with the new world, rather than leaving readers hanging wondering what happened with family/another body possibly stuck back on earth like a lot of other novels do. However, sometimes the way the MC falls in and out of the world can get a little too convenient, you know?
bun bun is really her son she thought died years before. How amazing that this baby who was several months premie is not only a super genius for no apparent reason, but also got picked up by the world's most eligible bachelor. *eye roll*
This really is one of my favorites so far as it's similar to but slightly different from the other "reincarnated into a badass" novels. I was initally annoyed at this all-powerful medical system that never seemed to run out of anything, but it wasn't too bad for an OP cheat as the author was really true to the medical theme. The only equipment the MC could take out were really only those used in hospitals (save 1 instance but I was reading raws so it might have been my misunderstanding).
What I like the most, though, was the transition in feelings between the male and female leads. Like RannSy said, the male lead wins the award for most Mulish because he just refused to apologize or accept himself as wrong in any way. But it was perfectly in line with his character- he didn't just jump into being smitten, we can see him slowly go from thinking of her as his property, to wanting her to prove herself worthy to stand beside him, to wanting her to like him, to wanting her to be happy no matter what. I also really liked the female lead's response to the male lead's actions. She'd fall for him time and time again (really only 2 or 3 times), and then get hurt time and time again (also only 2 or 3 times). Until she finally gets fed up and decides not to bother with emotions anymore.
In fact, I think the author should have dragged out the ML wooing the MC more- she did a great job showing the depth of the MC's hurt but dropped the ball on showing how she healed. There were so many plot points planted earlier that the author never used, like
Meng Xiuyuan (may be translated differently), the s*xy young scholar who's throat she healed. Or even the fact that she had the central empire prince prepare an identity for her in the central empire for if she decided to leave the prince. Would have LOVED to see the MC just up and leave, and the ML having to chase after her. But, nope, the author just planted these expectations in my head then never delivered.
Which brings me to my biggest complaint... the end of the novel felt rushed. Honestly, when it got to chapter 920 or so, I imagined there would be several hundred chapters left, only to realize there were less than 100. Don't get me wrong, 1000 chapters is A LOT. But not enough to wrap up the story when we just barely scratched the surface of who the male lead was, and the female lead was clearly still hurt, and they still had enemies left and right. In the end, the problems were resolved, but it was all so fast and convenient, it left a sour taste in my mouth.
Either way, it was still an enjoyable read.
TL; DR: It's gonna be a long, frustrating, and enjoyable ride. And you WILL want to choke the male lead. Several times.