So yeah, as you can see I've gotten way farther into this novel than is healthy.
I couldn't bring myself to give it a 2 star rating though because in the end, I do enjoy the very large universe that is revealed as the story progresses. It also has a way of making me a stupid grinning fool. And the cliffhangers... Oh the cliffhangers... Make me burning sometimes.
In any case, there are very few 'character types'. Same kind of reactions all the time which can be annoying... Or just boring... Or you just ignore it. The goofy foolish type is quite rampant in this novel, as is the tough old men that actually feel like children inside. Also the amount of people that seem to mindlessly fall in love for and/or worship to the MC can be overwhelming (I forgot what word I was going to use...).
Is the love relationship bland and boring? Indeed. In fact the most infuriating moments I have experienced from a novel were from precisely this one; An appaling little amount of trust between the couple af crucial points in their relationship when they seem to be oh so head over heels in love. This isn't a relationship, it's just a really stupidly poor way to make drama. It does have its endearing and cute moments.
BTW, the male lead is just so utterly perfect and such a genius the MC literally becomes stupid and can't think for herself (mentioned often in the novel, so I guess at least the author knows how stupid she is I guess?).
The constant descriptions of certain (ahem) characters beauty, intellect an/or luck are also a constant reminder of the author's desperate attempt to lengthen and meet their word targets (unfortunately).
In the end, things get pretty repetitive (and redundant). All in all, I'll likely keep reading. I've learned to skim through all the time wasters, like skipping reaction shot scenes of every character (One Piece anyone?) in anime.
Read at your own discretion. Good luck.
She always finds then in bad circumstances whether it be because they were ditched by sh*tty two-faced lovers or are a failing business.
They decided to spice it up with supernatural beings; vampires, dragons, ghosts, and enlighten beings (aka people who can cultivate).
The system itself gave some really odd gadgets and knowledge that really, in my opinion, left a lot of loose ends that were never really 'resolved' before the end of the story. It felt more like a gimmick. I was slightly disappointed with how unresolved the system existence was by the end; I had expected Yanyi to at least tell her husband about it despite the few hints she had already dropped.