Accumulate Experience by Reading Books

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Protagonist Lee Jong-suk is a book lover. One day he visits the usual second hand bookstore, and purchases a hardcover book. He later on discovers that the book lets him write his own experiences and exchange it for something he needs!

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책을 읽으면 경험이 쌓여!
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NewbornWarrior7
NewbornWarrior7 rated it
June 20, 2018
Status: c9
This is a pretty good novel about a guy who writes his life experiences in a magic journal for points to buy experience for skills. It's an interesting enough concept that's basically all-for-one book edition where he can only buy experience that previous writers put into the book. The story doesn't progress particularly fast but it's also not slow. The only real problem I'd have is with the translations which would definitely benefit from some editing because the flow of the story gets a bit wonky at times since the... more>> syntax is probably going to be a bit awkward for people who are comfortable with English and the diction is also a bit questionable. Other than needing to get used to the translations, the novel has a pretty good start. <<less
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8Psycho
8Psycho rated it
June 24, 2018
Status: c11
Learning stuff from magic book is not a fresh idea, but can certainly be quite entertaining. But not in case of this novel, it is fairly average, slice-of-life-ish one.

Main problem so far is ludicrously low difficulty level. MC wrote couple of days of his day-to-day experience into book in exchange on some points. On half of points he already got: Cook's Talent, Taste buds and kitchen skills and knowledge; Great flexible muscles and coordination; eidetic memory. Not bad at all, huh.
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