There are some similarities to other similar books. The MC suddenly wakes up back on the day it all began after surviving the apocalypse for years, the MC takes advantage of his future knowledge, the MC IS on the path to becoming OP as you might expect. All these are presented in a way that is OK and makes sense from a character's point of view, rather than just wish fulfilment. After all, anyone with a large amount of knowledge of things that would benefit them would use it, like how the MC know it would be beneficial to have the evolved create DNA injected sooner rather than later. The MC isn't perfect either. Even with his future knowledge and his skills in combat (from surviving years of the apocalypse), he's almost died so far. It's not all relying on his future knowledge and he doesn't have the intimate future details for everything (at least, not from what I've seen so far), unlike some MCs who end up having the intimate details on events that let them swoop in and take all the benefits for themselves from a situation.
Now, for other things I liked. I really liked how Evolution and mutation is handled, with variety and interesting differences. It doesn't read like a wall of info, but leaves stuff for your imagination. For example, there was a single sentence on rats that had bloodhunger rats, plaguewind rats, and tricyclop rats. It went into some detail on bloodhunger rats and didn't go into the others, but you can imagine what abilities/differences they might have with names like those.
I liked how the MC isn't perfect. He gets wounded, he nearly dies, and not everything goes his way. As of v2c7, his sister is discovered to have last stage leukemia and he is desperate to try and cure her, no matter how small the chance and how dangerous it will be for him to go out and try. He's shown this care for his sister multiple times, so it isn't just pulled out to twinge emotions and such, which is nice. His sister also has some character to her, she isn't just a weak little thing to highlight how strong the MC is. She's kind-mannered, not s*upidly so, and willing to try and help out her brother fight zombies. I also like the kind of person the MC is, personally. Some novels in similar situations have their being cruel/ruthless from their years of brutal survival, abandoning those that are not personally important like a family member/close friend. The MC is cold-mannered, but has treated others decently and his sister helps keep him that way.
All that said, I wish it was still being posted/translated. I'd love to read more.