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The Good for Nothing Seventh Young Lady
February 3, 2017
Status: c109
If you are looking for stories with interesting characters, you have to read this. It's always entertaining to read about characters who is always up for mischief.

At first, I didn't like the story. I thought it's a story where every blessing in the world just drop from the sky. But it's not. I'm really glad that it's not a story about a frustratingly lucky bastard.

For me, the story gets increasingly exciting. I hope it will update more often.
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Mulberry Song
July 25, 2019
Status: Completed
If you're a su**er for angst, you're missing a lot it your life if you don't read this.

I cried in every chapter. Every paragraph.

It's either my tears are cheap or the novel is exceptional. It could also be both.
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Godly Stay-Home Dad
June 12, 2019
Status: c146
You will like this novel if you:

  1. Enjoy slice of life to the core. It's fine at the beginning. Although the pace is slow, it's entertaining. But seriously, one day spans multiple chapters.

    It's nothing but daily life with no clear focus. I haven't read it to the end but I guess it will lead the MC taking his family out of Earth, because there's cultivation.

  2. Can endure multiple misunderstandings. (I can't, my endurance is low)
  3. Are fine with multiple genres. I like all the genres incorporated but it's becoming a mishmash of all genres combined as you read further.Cultivation. Cooking. Showbiz. Underworld Gangs. Childcare.
  4. Like omnipotent MC. Though it's understandable that he has over 500 years to cultivate whatever talents he has. It was even explained in the novel but... it is so freaking exaggerated. There are no challenges at all. The side characters have more decisions to make and more character growth than the MC.
My evaluation of this novel:

Not too bad.
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