Apocalypse: I Can Hear the Inner Thoughts of Others


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[Post-Apocalypse + Rebirth + Superpowers] Xiao Jun was reborn six years into the past to the day before the apocalypse began.

Hoarding supplies, killing zombies and even able to read people’s minds?

Top-tier opportunities with the school belle? Sorry, I’ll be taking those!

Xiao Jun: One day, I will uncover the secrets behind this apocalypse.

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Gillmour rated it
March 5, 2024
Status: c201
To be honest, it started well and had potential, until a conflict with consequences was established. I really liked it a lot from the beginning and the protagonist seemed realistic in a situation where you are reborn, you take advantage of everything possible and if you see someone with potential you join them to your side, although this shows many plot conveniences I didn't 't care much since it is better to those novels that have as their premise a broken system that takes things out of nothing.

It started very... more>> well and I consider it good since he is just a person being reborn, taking advantage of the benefits of rebirth and you can see the situations in which he takes advantage of them, but simply the plot conveniences of introducing women and out of nowhere ridiculous situations are shown in an apocalypses break my atmosphere of survival

But it's going downhill and the moment that hit rock bottom for me was when he literally has a group of women that he rescues, he invests in them for a group to fight zombies (which I saw at the beginning plausible) and that they propose to name themselves ""xiao jun's harem" that's where the novel died for me and lost all possible seriousness.

Random women also come out of nowhere who, oh surprise, are the number one beauties of the future.

I give it a 3 because I really feel like there will be some plot, but you put me off by pulling things out of nowhere and thinking it would be funny, it just made it ridiculous. <<less
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cazaril rated it
March 1, 2024
Status: c59
Had potential, the beginning was good but it quickly goes downhill once he gets his initial forces. It just becomes timeskips, MC not doing anything, poorly written interactions with women and cringe showing off. Of course the title of the novel is more or less forgotten about after 20 chapters.
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