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SilvaLau
The series is still young and a nice break away from all those fantasy and fighting stuff.

This one line in the series especially hit the core of the current web novel scene:

"Well, sometimes verbal agreements don’t work like with a certain Chinese web novel company."

Is anyone getting the reference? *Smug face*
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SilvaLau
SilvaLau rated it
World of Immortals
June 3, 2016
Status: c185
If you can't stand annoying characters that are as resilient as cockroaches, then this is not the novel for you.

You'll probably rage quit before reaching chapter 30. But if you can get past chapter 60, the story starts to get interesting. And after chapter 120, you'd feel the entire dragon island arc was nothing more than a really long prologue.

Be warned though, this story has so much s*xy description of female characters that it starts to feel super redundant.

... more>> The golden comment from chapter 85:

I never thought that I would ever be tired of reading a s*xy description of a female in my life but this chapter was the straw that broke the camel back! I can’t stand it anymore, why the author doesn’t do erotic novel instead, I’m sure he will be an expert at it cause half the chapter is a s*xy description every god damn time!

Anyway I still won’t stop reading because this novel is truly good so thanks to the author and his speudo-p*rnogrphic descriptions and thanks to you guys for translating!!! <<less
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SilvaLau
I've read up to chapter 32 and it is a nice read overall. Aside from the awkward grammar, the story itself is interesting.
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SilvaLau
SilvaLau rated it
Demon Sword Maiden
February 20, 2019
Status: c29
Well, shucks. I'm embarrassed when my name is mentioned in the reviews repeatedly. It's not even guaranteed that I will translate this novel until the end, but I'll at least take credit for bringing this novel to light. And thank you all for your positive reviews thus far.

Now, moving on to my review. I can't provide an overall review of this entire series since I am reading as I translate, so I'll at least give a review of what I know now;

I'll just jump straight to the conclusion, this novel... more>> has all the cliche scenes as expected from a gender bender series, like the scene where the protagonist explores her body or the scene where she was too embarrassed to look at herself. And though this series has many cliche scenes where you can easily predict what is going to happen next, you just can't help but look forward to it, since those are the types of "good cliche" you just can't seem to get enough of.

Also, the protagonist seems to be the smart and cautious type, though she can also be a knucklehead at times. I especially like how the protagonist had the mindset to avoid getting tangled up in the cycle of hatred, but she's no stranger to danger either. If people come making trouble for her, she'll deal with it accordingly. The protagonist has a likable personality so far, I've just been getting tired of protagonists that were too proud for their own good and got into trouble because of their personality, so this is a nice change of pace. For now, I am expecting good things from this novel. <<less
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SilvaLau
A really good novel about reincarnating in the same world and meeting his old nemesis and disciple in the future, if only the translator would commit himself to translating more.
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SilvaLau
SilvaLau rated it
I Chose to Fake My Death
December 6, 2018
Status: --
Dropped, this story makes completely no sense at all. The protagonist's way of thinking is way too illogical.

Like what the hell was he thinking, he be like: I am a boy, I get bullied, if only I am a girl, I'll be loved.

And there's his father too, he said there was an occasion where he got punched by his father, but after he changed into a girl, not only did his father not question him, he even started to dote on him, like what the hell... Ok well, maybe I... more>> can understand his father's sudden change of attitude if I think much deeper into it, but hell, I just can't keep up with the protagonist's childish way of thinking.

No matter how much I like the gender-bender genre, this one is definitely an out for me. <<less
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SilvaLau
SilvaLau rated it
Sword Saint’s Disciple
January 18, 2019
Status: v2c2
-1 star because there's no cliche scene any gender bender series should have thus far. Other than that, the story is easygoing and fun to read.

It felt like reading a normal transmigration novel instead, the gender bender tag might as well not be there.
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SilvaLau
The content of the story completely betrayed the title. He is definitely not living his life as an ordinary person at all, nuh-uh. He is conspicuous as all hell. His power was revealed to the upper echelon as soon as he reached the first town, and he was even openly selling materials of high-rank monsters on the very same day he registered as an adventurer.

I'd rate this 4-star for the initial betrayal, but minus 1-star for bad grammar.
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