Crossing to the Future, it’s Not Easy to Be a Man

Description

Links are NOT allowed. Format your description nicely so people can easily read them. Please use proper spacing and paragraphs.

After dying from a strange terminal illness, Ling Lan was reborn into a world 10000 years into the future. Although she dearly wished she could just live a peaceful and uneventful life in her new healthy body, fate had other plans…

Forced to disguise herself as a boy just so she could inherit her deceased father’s premium military benefits, Ling Lan’s journey to adulthood was full of challenges. After much difficulty, she finally turned sixteen when she could drop the charade. But before she could grasp her newfound freedom to get married and start her own family, her resurrected father decided to go ahead and throw her into the Federation’s top military boys’ school.

With these twists of fate, Ling Lan had little choice but to walk further and further down a path of no return, one of cold and aloof dominance…

Associated Names
One entry per line
It's Not Easy to Be a Man After Travelling to the Future
穿越未來之男人不好當
穿越未来之男人不好当
Related Series
N/A
Recommendations
Side Character Transmigrations: The Final Boss is No Joke (9)
The Captivating Crown Prince (9)
Quick Transmigration Cannon Fodder’s Record of Counterattacks (9)
My Disciple Died Yet Again (8)
Genius Doctor: Black Belly Miss (4)
Seventh Imperial “Brother”, Obediently Lie Down (3)

Latest Release

Date Group Release
07/22/18 Qidian International c282
07/21/18 Qidian International c281
07/20/18 Qidian International c280
07/19/18 Qidian International c279
07/18/18 Qidian International c278
07/17/18 Qidian International c277
07/16/18 Qidian International c276
07/15/18 Qidian International c275
07/14/18 Qidian International c274
07/13/18 Qidian International c273
07/12/18 Qidian International c272
07/09/18 Qidian International c271
07/10/18 Qidian International c270
07/09/18 Qidian International c269
07/08/18 Qidian International c268
Go to Page...
Go to Page...
Write a Review
44 Reviews sorted by


Reandayo
New Reandayo rated it
July 12, 2018
Status: c281
Even with a female protagonist, don't be expecting a sweet romance out of it. It's setting is in the military where they still uphold the strongest in material arts. FL is a cool, swag, handsome, domeneering (fe) male that unintentionally made a fanclub out of her strength and intelligence (she got a system in her head with is the god of virtual world and a high-class hacker).

This story is all about how she will conquer all the obstacles that she faced, fight scenes and bromance. Maybe there will be romance... more>> in the future, but currently she and the ML are still strangers so we're still at the strength development part. It's my cup of tea so I enjoyed it. <<less
0 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
MondSemmel
New MondSemmel rated it
July 3, 2018
Status: c263
Solid story about a gender-bended Mary Sue.

Strengths of the novel include Ling Lan taking care of her subordinates, and conversely her subordinates' endless trust in her. Like reading a yakuza or mafia novel about a young master growing up, earning everyone's trust, and finally making a name for himself and his family or clan. Also, in contrast to other reincarnation stories, this one actually begins in the womb and then progresses slowly, so you have a sense of watching Lin Lan grow up.

Weaknesses of the novel include some extremely drawn... more>> out scenes and arcs, Ling Lan's overpoweredness, the comparatively lame sci-fi setting (it's supposedly 10000 years in the future, but it feels like the technology hasn't even advanced by 100 years), and the author's lunacy of pulling real-world conflicts into the story (for an unfathomable reason, the space sector the protagonist lives in had to be the Chinese Federation, and to make matters worse, they're fighting the Twilight Empire, i.e. The antagonists are Japanese, and cartoon-idiotic ones at that). That last point is aggravating, but at least by chapter 263, the story hasn't given that conflict all that much screentime, so it was bearable. <<less
2 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
arashi-chan12
arashi-chan12 rated it
December 13, 2017
Status: c854
At first I was skeptical of all these 5 star reviews being a some sort of Qidian conspiracy... but after reading it, it's actually rather interesting.

Just kinda think of it as a somewhat xianxia plot (kinda), but sci-fi and with a crossdressing MC haha. Honestly tho, it's pretty refreshing to see a female in this type of "manly" setting. Crossdressing hijinks are something to look forward to too ;3

Basically our MC Ling Lan dies at 24 due to a long term illness. Before her soul can scatter, she's saved by... more>> this super advanced AI thing and dragged through space and time into the future (not the future where the AI is from tho). In that future, there's mechas and hover cars and cultivation and such. Ling Lan has a golden finger with super good body constitution and spiritual power and a training system and a good lineage, but things don't go so easy for her in this military dominated society. Seems like it'll head into politics/interstellar war territory too, so that's something I'm looking forward to.

Not sure if you can consider our MC as a Mary Sue, but it's a nice change from all those vengeful female assassins and doctor geniuses these Chinese female protagonist novels are usually plagued with. She's cool and kickass in her own way, not to mention that since she's crossdressing, she shouldn't have to be subjected to the weak and pretty stereotypes for females you see a lot... then again I can't read ahead (dunno a lick of Chinese) so I can't guarantee anything. Let's hope the male lead doesn't stick to the stereotypes either.

Give it a shot up to 34 if it peaks your interest, then switch over to Qidian if you feel like it has enough worth to continue. The translation quality of both have been really satisfying so far.

EDIT// MTLed up to CH 854 by now (there's still 600 some to catch up?). Spoilers under the cut:

Spoiler

As of 854:

  • her dad came back
  • she and her school buddies are 20 something now
  • they've graduated from school after establishing their own team
  • Ling Lan has been put in charge of an actual regiment that she had to reform
  • still hasn't revealed she's a girl and still hiding her OP-ness
  • love interest is established (pretty obvious) but nothing has happened (except maybe visiting his room at night)
  • something might be going on with Little Four & the system but only hints so far
  • maybe a war coming up soon
[collapse]

I actually do still like it, but it can get a bit slow at times. By slow, I mean the plot moves at a crawl pretty much. It's not too slow, but it's slow enough. I've yet to see Ling Lan and the others really find a purpose to fight in war (other than nationalism and looking up to Ling Lan etc) so it's hard to understand their motivations. So far it feels like an endless power up novel with no goal in sight (I mean you can infer conquering the universe/becoming the strongest would be end game, but idk). They've been adding in new mysteries while not really resolving past ones so I'm just kinda...

Anyways, still good for people who like reading dem eternal xianxias. Just wish it was a little more fast paced. <<less
33 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
Demonic Reader lv 451F
Demonic Reader lv 451F rated it
January 23, 2018
Status: c1443
Last update : 16 Mar 2018.
... more>>
Spoiler

After half a year of hiatus, the author recovers and the story continues..

---

Read it. Love it enough to read google's MTL !!

Transmigration to the future, Female MC, hard working MC, social interaction.. That's normal.
However, when you combine Gundam with Wuxia and Inter Galactic Starwars and battle and war and Psyche Training and humerous Romance and Boy Love and Army Politics and Traitors.. You get this wonderful novel!
---

There're reasons for the development of MC in every arcs. A bit of plot armor is acceptable (and require). The dialogue and humor between each characters is very good, almost everyday-like talking, not overrated drama.
BEST of all - the female MC is surrounded by good boys, but there is NO harem. The romance is developed slowly and hilarious romantic, as the female MC is very tyranny and cold heart and cruel and ruthless male BOSS since childhood until adult (and no one know that she is not male!).
But the male MC still loves him (her?) despite she (he?) clearly state that he (she??) hates man.
BTW, should we call boy love if the female MC loves the male MC?

Ahhh! Do not expect any romance until ch. 800++

Sorry, NO harem or intercourse or s*x scene at all.
BTW, The most hilarious about the characters is that male (assistant) MC. He is the most beautiful girl of the whole galaxy. He knows that too, and use his peerless beautiful face to unceasingly allure the she-male female MC.

There is school (and inter school) fighting arc, but not boring at all. SOME characters (several) who appear in these arcs are not just the passer-by but pivot in 300-400 chapters later! Such as <spoil>the superstar singer girl who is on the stage to calm down the soldier</spoil>. She is the very boring character that's finally discarded but developed into malignant male MC, 400 ch. Later!
This author's style is also applied to some minor and insignificant events too.
---

Some flies in the oil. After Ch. 500, the author (has to?) uses the conflict between China (Federation of Huxia) and Japan (Sunset Empire) and USA/EU (Caesar Empire) as the background (to conform to China government's "suggestion" to novel writers). Bear this in mind and enjoy the rest.
---

Last, the human in this novel lives upto 150-200 year old. The MC is starting from in-uterine fetus, and developing almost day by day. So in the early arc, it's something like manga novel for kids. However, later it become gundam for early teenager, school fighting for the late teenager, war for the grown-up, wuxia for the adult.

[collapse]
<<less
26 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
Short_Biscuit
Short_Biscuit rated it
March 21, 2018
Status: c158
This novel is far from perfect. Its main selling point is a fairly well done overpowered female protagonist. On the other hand, its main weaknesses are a terrible sense of blind Chinese nationalism, the weirdly stupid mind games that all the characters face, as well as the complete lack of research the author has done on any of the subjects presented in the novel.

I first began reading this novel both because of the amazing review score it had, as well as for a cross-dressing protagonist. The story starts off quite... more>> well, with a female lead who dies in her own world but is pulled into reincarnating into a future world because of a "grandpa teacher"-like spiritual entity inside her mind. It continues on to quite hilarious descriptions of her mother and the other characters around her as she slowly progresses through life pretending to be a boy in order to be able to inherit her father's inheritance and legacy.

The characters in the novel, up to the point I've read, are quite interesting. They're all varied in personality and working through their own motivations as they interact with our heroine Ling Lan. We have an overbearing mother character, a kind grandpa figure who's also a hidden ninja, a stupid yet competent AI assistant, as well as a wide range of friends that collect around her. Yet the most interesting character is still the MC Ling Lan, who despite being an incredibly talented girl pretending to be a boy, only has the single objective of having a normal life and ultimately giving birth to the most talented child possible.

Another aspect of this author that I really like is her skill in describing battles. The author has a natural talent for describing and directing melee fights between individuals. While there isn't much focus on any actual martial arts or actual techniques, the author still does a good job with understanding the capabilities and physical limits of the human body and expressing the fights as a natural and fluid manner. However, at the same time, the author is quite terrible at understanding the limitations of non-human entities.

This brings me to one of the main areas where the author has been negligent - her research into science fiction. This is undoubtedly a science-fiction work, but this novel does nothing more than throw around the jargon without understanding what any of it actually is. Ling Lan's "AI Assistant", named Little Four, is more of a little kid than an AI. At times he's smart and competent, but most of the time he's nothing more than a little kid throwing a tantrum (though this adds to the comedy). As things go, this is a terrible trait for any AI assistant to have. Next, there are the mechas. While I congratulate the author for adding the detail that the main obstacle for a mecha pilot is being able to withstand the G-forces of the constant accelerations the vehicle has to face, at the same time I also have to blame the author for not understanding the slightest bit about the mechas themselves. When faced with a complicated system like a humanoid robot, she believes that it's only possible to completely control such a robot using hand motions to individually manipulate each joint of the robot, causing a huge amount of stress on the hand-speed of the operators. She has completely refused the idea that such systems might use computer assistance to automate the processes, and views AI in controlling robots as a bad thing. This is only annoying when you consider that any AI system as advanced as the ones in this story should be able to pilot these mechas far better than any human operator ever could. In addition, there are several instances where weapons are magically enhanced by the addition of an AI into them, breaking out of physical limitations that they should not have ever been able to break out of.

Ultimately, while this is a science-fiction story, it's also a terrible example of the science-fiction genre as it completely fails to understand the implications, uses, and limitations of the very technology it introduces.

On a related note is the idea that kids mature much faster than in the past. In the story, it's completely understandable that kids are much more physically developed because of the various gene-stimulating agents and chemical therapies that they undergo from a young age. However, at the same time, there is no explanation for why 6-year-old kids have the same level of mental maturity and genius as a grown man. Right from the beginning, we see 6-year-olds engaged in mind-games and politics against each other. This would be okay if the story presented some form of explanation for why these kids have such mental stimulation, but if we just look at the experiences of the MC Ling Lan, there is no instance where the kids undergo any kind of mental augmentation at all. Even for Ling Lan, there is no explanation for why the "learning space" provided by her AI assistant expects 6-month-old children to be able to understand the human language and also start playing mind-games against trained military instructors in order to obtain training.

One of the more annoying aspects of the story is the author's obsession with Chinese nationalism. Right from the beginning, we are made to understand that the new Federation is just the author's idea of a Chinese space empire. Later on, we learn that their main enemies are the Empire, which is overtly declared to be a Japanese colonial space empire, signaled by their use of the rising sun as their symbol and how their commanders all use childish Japanese words in the middle of the military talks to further clue the readers to that fact. The author also makes it clear of her vehement hate for the Japanese in several passages where she references the Nanking Massacre. The Japanese troops are always dressed in black, have black mechas, and are blamed for a lot of the faults in the government because of their agents who have infiltrated the Chinese government. In addition, the Japanese commanders are portrayed as incompetent egotistical maniacs who know nothing about their own troops and have to rely on their subordinates to make decisions for them. The Empire is very clearly a stand-in to express the author's own rage against the Japanese.

The author also has a terrible habit of releasing spoilers in the middle of the story. It's as if the author is constantly afraid that her readers can't understand the implications of things, as she often reveals what will happen in the later chapters as an implication of the decisions that are taken in the current chapter. For example, very early into the story, in the middle to talking about Ling Lan's father's legacy, the author directly tells us that her father is not actually dead and will return in a later chapter, directly spoiling a major part of the story for us.

Overall, this story is cute and humorous. It fits into the standard trope of female-oriented CN novels where we see an overpowered female lead who plays mind-games to defeat all her opponents. However, don't come into this story expecting to find any actual science-fiction elements, competent villains, or extremely consistent internal logic. <<less
20 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
Railman
Railman rated it
January 8, 2018
Status: c81
Unique and interesting indeed, only problem is the author re-structure words and sentences on chapters to fill into other chapters, its not really much of a problem but it becomes glaringly obvious on later chapters, you can easily skip 3-5 sentences even paragraphs and you wont miss anything from the plot..i mean they even have 10 chapters for a single enemy confrontation which can be easily summarize into 4-5. In conclusion, a unique and interesting novel ruined by greed.

Oh also there should be a shonen tag included there. Felt like... more>> im reading a japanese manga aimed for kids <<less
18 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
somnious
somnious rated it
March 7, 2018
Status: c1448
As someone who keeps up with the raws to the most current release (and is also the original translator), this series is something I'd definitely recommend.

A few things first, every chapter and every event has it's relevance to the story. It's a very well plotted out novel that knows where it's going. However, the issue is that most english readers can only keep up with the current translation release, which might warp people's perception of the novel.

The author is the kind of person who reveals the setting as the story... more>> goes along. Thus at chapter 100, the amount of setting you'll have is actually very small and mainly centered around what Ling Lan knows. The author's not the kind of person who feels it necessary to bog down the reader with immediate detail on everything, but she does like to sprinkle in a few things that will show up in the future. I guess the best way to describe how the story flows is like a game; a lot of information is intentionally obscured until it finally has plot relevance.

Don't assume that you can just skip chapters either, because the novel isn't built on episodic events. Every single one of the chapters has it's intention and meaning. Every chapter is meant to further the plot, explain a bit of the setting through other characters, and/or develop side characters. The really isn't much filler.

Anyway, if you like a good, intellectual, or just fun time, I do suggest reading this novel before making any hasty judgements. The story is constantly punctuated by Ling Lan's own brand of humor and is really quite good. Outside of some confusion with names, this series is pretty easy to follow with machine translation too (if you really can't wait for official translations to come out).

Ciao,

somnious <<less
16 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
lumiere
lumiere rated it
October 14, 2017
Status: c4
As of now, this is a great novel, and while it's a reincarnation story, the story is original in the fact that the MC gets reborn into a world where there are galactic wars, mechas and spiritual energy! So no massive déja-vu for now.

The translation is well done, no error that make you cringe, so thank you translator♥

... more>>
Spoiler

The MC is a girl who died in her previous world because of having too much spiritual energy, she gets reborn in a sc-fi kind of world (mecha, federation,..) where her new father is lost in a war. To make sure she gets her rightful inheritence, her mother disguise her as a boy

[collapse]

I recommand it, since it's a very good story to read and not repetitif at all.

i just hope that there will be more chapters in the futur if possible!!! <<less
13 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
President_Lincoln
President_Lincoln rated it
February 23, 2018
Status: c131
This novel has certainly panned out to be top-shelf material. Simultaneously fresh and trope-defying, the read has been enjoyable through-and-through. The other reviews do well to outline what tropes I am likely referring to. However, the pace is slower compared to most light novels, and this has come at the cost of slightly less action. In turn, the novel does well to thoroughly develop a diverse cast of characters that is, in my opinion, reminiscent of Douluo Dalu. The romance is virtually nonexistent at this point in the novel, and... more>> while the ML's identity has been hinted, I do not expect any development in this area until the characters age further.

I do recommend this novel; I believe it to be among the best in the female MC tag.

A quote from a previous reviewer:

"Then my last complaint is how the story forces you to read each chapter carefully because if you miss one chapter due to being bored, you won't know what on Earth is going on."

...

Pardon?

That is how reading works. You cannot just skip chapters and expect there not to be consequences. Are you daft?

I am far too old for this nonsense.

Regards,

President Lincoln <<less
8 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
PrincessAhLuo
PrincessAhLuo rated it
June 27, 2018
Status: c200
Actually this isn't 1/5 at all. I just want to lower the rating a little bit.

Now why?

First of all, I felt cheated. This story is basically a scam. I'm so angry and frustrated right now. I just want to warn all those readers who plan to read this, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE don't imagine a female MC or you'll end up like me. Just imagine it as a BL or sth. (Not trying to downplay BL novels or anything but I actually am an avid yaoi reader lol so I actually... more>> LOVE BL but I wished someone told me that I should've read this like it was a BL so I won't get so turned off like this, ugh.) The MC is so manly af that it says on the novel that if you put him side by side with his daddy (WHO IS 40 sth already) and ask who is a girl between the two of them, then you could've mistaken the dad as the girl AND DEFINITELY NOT THE MC. This is because of those hormone surpressor that MC is taking since she was 10!! I've read some spoilers and in the raws (which is 1400+ already) and she still haven't revealed she's a girl yet!! Even the ML doesn't know she's a girl (remind you translated chapters are still at chapter 260+) So basically if you're expecting a grand reveal of her gender, IT'S NOT HAPPENING!! Even when they revealed her gender to her father was so anticlimatic. So if you want to enjoy this, just read as a BL where MC is the seme, okay? Cuz ML looks way more weak and feminine than her anyway. I'll try to refresh my mind for a few weeks then I'll continue reading this but NOW imagining it as a BL cuz this story is such a waste to not be finished reading. THE STORY WAS DEFINITELY INTERESTING AND I AM HERE FOR IT AND THE MC'S BAD-ASSNESS!! <<less
5 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
DeepSeaLove
DeepSeaLove rated it
April 19, 2018
Status: c186
This Belle, is different from common female protagonist novels you have read out there! It's story is unique for me because, I haven't read a novel about a female MC + Mecha. Most Mecha operator stories are usually males, also from the story flow, common female protagonist stories involved cat fights, family struggle, chasing or escaping from the ML. It truly live up to the expectation from the title itself, not deviating from it.
5 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
toyyoda
toyyoda rated it
March 30, 2018
Status: c167
Edit: I have increased my rating from 4 to 5 stars because this novel is SO DAMN GOOD, I particularly love the fact that "cannon-fodder" characters are portrayed as actual humans by the author. Instead of brainlessly running to their deaths, most go back to living their own lives (like normal people would) , and some even undergo character development of their own! Before readers start bashing me for inconsistency, I'll admit that the enemy empire is an exception. For some reason, the author decided to use enemy soldiers as... more>> literal cannon fodder whilst removing their human qualities, basically glorifying war to a small extent. But this is the only real problem in this novel, and it's a pretty small one too, so please please please give this novel (and my little review) a chance! :3

Edit #2 (at chap 260) : Ling Lan is boss, Ling Lan is LIFE!! Really guys, don't quit just because the beginning is slow; everything after is so worth it! The last 100+ chaps were pure epicness.

Original review:

Not what I expected, but awesome nonetheless! The novel description is kind of misleading, because this is mostly a growing up + cultivation story with the romance coming in much later.

The characters feel very comfortable to stick around with, and the plot is engaging. But it also has very solid character + world building with promises of future epicness (and what most of us came to see, our FL soaring over others in a male-dominated world!)

As other reviews have said, there were some problems with the sci-fi setting, and blatant Chinese nationalism i.e. Caricature of the Japanese. But trust me, this doesn't have much of an effect on the overall story (unless you're highly bothered by it) so I only docked one star. <<less
5 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
Jass
Jass rated it
February 15, 2018
Status: c123
Interestingly enough, the MC is female and she isn't one of those female reincarnators/transmigrators that want to take vengeance on some random rich ass family, wowing people with her OP ass doctor skills or poison assassin sh*t. She doesn't have a trash body either, something I see very much in those female MC novels...

You have no idea how refreshing it is to see this.

Read it, especially if you're sick of those "I've honed my OP professional skills for years and I will politically slaughter this family through subtle verbal manipulation... more>> and while seducing my cold ass husband" novels.

Edit: At some point, the author decided to make the Japanese say weeaboo things and the translator ended up translating that. This extends to several chapters. It sounds awful, please be wary of this. <<less
5 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
Yuki Chan
Yuki Chan rated it
December 10, 2017
Status: v1c43
Very nice, though I feel sometimes we have better technology now, that the future in the story, but this was probably rewritten a while ago, so I can understand.

So this is a mix of technology and martial arts. It is very amusing, I can't wait for more updates. Qidian International has always had stable updates on the stories I've read. I'm so very happy that they've picked it up.

Anyways, she got this "system" which is super cute, and I love how there's not to much drama, it just subtle reminders,... more>> that not everything is perfect, and the MC needs to grow stronger.

We get to see her grow, it is very fun to read. I can't say much without spoiling it, so just read it. <<less
5 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
WinByDying
WinByDying rated it
June 1, 2018
Status: c230
I think giving it a 5 is overrating this novel.

A few reasons as to why:

    1. While it has some really interesting parts, it drags down sometimes as well. This due to the writing being a bit bloated/fillery at times.
    2. It feels too upbeat and easy. Some people like the "fast pace", but... even in the supposedly more tense parts, I didn't feel much tension. This is not only caused by the writing style, also by the characters;
    3. Adding onto the tension, the writer could do a better job writing emotion into the novel, similarly to the previous point;
    4. The world building isn't... very... detailed.
If you think about it, so far we went through about 15 years of her life. This took 230 chapters, but it probably could've been 150. To me, this is a black mark. This is exacerbated when you read one single chapter per day instead of bingeing. Some people say it is fast-paced... it kinda is and isn't at the same time.

That aside, it still is pretty good:

    1. It offers a few unique gimmicks (female crossdressing MC, the instructors in the learning space, little four, and some other plot-related things). A lot of people pick up the novel due to the gimmicks;
    2. The characters and their interactions are fun. There is a limited amount of character development;
    3. For people liking power tripping MC's: she doesn't do it often, but she is extremely OP. This increases the fun factor to me.
Now, a little bit about the plot. So far, the novel has some direction, but it's not like there is a very clear goal. There is no burning hatred or clear desire. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, since the main character is only just growing up, but this needs to change later on in the novel. If the other aspects of the novel were better, then this slight lack of direction would be less apparent. I hope the writer slowly changes a few things later on in the novel. It needs some darkness, some change of pace maybe after she graduates?

TL;DR:

Right now, the novel reads reads a little like a roller coaster: fun characters, interactions and events, but slightly out of balance and without clear direction.

I hope the writer changes the atmosphere and pace up little bit. Or improves on what it is.
4 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
Syila239
Syila239 rated it
February 16, 2018
Status: c1443
This novel is superb! Its a female protagonist tag kind of novel and the protagonist is totally awesome. Not too OP and still defeated/in crisis at times. Although she had to hide her identity due to chain of events (mostly caused by her father), she still proves that despite being a woman, she can still stand equal/above man.

Just finish chapter 1443 last night and I wonder if there is continuation to the story cause the novel (raw version) has not been updated for almost a year I guess. Was it... more>> because it is already license? I hope someone can clarify this point. Totally recomended to those who likes to read strong female protagonist tag novel (im not into the cute and weak type female protagonist novel) <<less
4 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
Loosergirl
Loosergirl rated it
January 7, 2018
Status: c78
This is one of my new favorites on Novel Updates. A sick girl is reborn into a healthy body far into the future. Unfortunately, her father died, and she has to masquerade as a boy in order to inherit his military benefits.

... more>>
Spoiler

Following birth is training and measuring of her combat abilty. This gives the sense of planning for the future much like a crafting or strategy-type fantasy, where the reader's expectations build over time.

Some characters attempt social maneauvering to get the better of the heroine, similar to quite a few Chinese historical romances. However, this isn't the focus of the story. It never gets to the point where everyone is out to get her. Several characters are amusing.

Action scenes appear but have clear endings and don't dominate the plot. There are also some descriptions of cultivation practices.

Expecting a harem in the future.

[collapse]

Overall the novel has a varied plot which prevents the reader from getting bored. The mecha setting is also a breath of fresh air.

Though the main character is strong, she doesn't entirely cross the line into becoming overpowered. She even has a weakness.

The slow age progression might annoy some people. The world building is also a bit illogical at times. I don't think this pulls the story down though. <<less
4 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
Starvenus
Starvenus rated it
January 4, 2018
Status: c75
It's a mix and match of themes. You have a 24 years old female MC from our current earth who died from sickness she endured for as long as she lived. Then an AI that's bound to her took her soul/spiritual energy to a new world. She's basically reincarnated not transmigated cause she is a fetus in her new mom womb, she didn't take/occupy anyone's body.

The new world she's in now is 10, 000 years after. So this world full of futuristic sci fi stuff; hover cars, virtual reality, mecha,... more>> wormhole, planet wars. It's quite interesting that the story is a mix of everything.

Our MC is an interesting person; makes funny monologues, cute dream/goal, tenacious, ruthless and decisive when she wants to (she kicked a monster skull straight into its brain), sly, smart, cautious.

She is forced to live a life as a boy due to family/clan difficulties that threaten her immediate family.

The story is entertaining so far, personally I like it. It's quite hard to find an agreeable female MC for me so far she fits the bill. ;) I usually stir away from mecha theme cause I don't like the theme but the MC draws me in.

The one I enjoy the most is her monologues/antics especially when she was in her mom womb, I find it quite hilarious. <<less
4 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
ohmygulay
ohmygulay rated it
December 9, 2017
Status: c43
This is an enjoyable read if you want action, comedy, gender bender and an female protagonist!

It is set in a futuristic setting, where something I would normally stay away from because of 'expectations' or 'depictions' of what the future would become. But this novel made me a captivated, even with this setting, which is pretty awesome.

The translation quality is also good, that is understandable and actually readable.
4 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
Maja
Maja rated it
October 21, 2017
Status: v1c14
im still quit at the beginning of the novel

but I believe that this is really nice to read!

Its not the usual rebith story where the MC is gonna take revenge and change fate bla, no!- Its far more interesting (even thought there is the sci-fi element because of the futuristic world) its a mix of different elements which show that the story will definitivly be entertaining.

Ehem the socalled elements are for example that shes being acompanied by a "system", or the fact that she is forced to crossdressed and there... more>> seems to be a secret matter with her soul...

all in all its a good read

but unfortunately we are still at the beginning of the novel! <<less
4 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
EmilyEvelan
EmilyEvelan rated it
May 2, 2018
Status: c381
I really like the story.

Some faults: s*xism and antiLGBT (because of China's prevalent views, I guess), hardcore nationalism (screw Japan even half a century after the war, right?), 2d characters (except for a select few), word count inflation (a lot of the things can be said in less words).

Things I liked: The MC's sensibility, the fact she had to work for her strength.

Personal dislikes: The male love interest, which made me drop it despite me liking almost everything else. I'm actually kind of sad.
3 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
rayayaya
rayayaya rated it
March 18, 2018
Status: c1450
If you want to read about a super soldier female clueless in love MC (appearance like a male), a super beautiful like a female superstar shameless obsessive male MC (who always shamelessly flirting with female MC without knowing she's female), a cute alien super powered beast (whose have an unique talent) , an undying (dead to alive to dead to body snaching) super talented (taboo, black bellied, overprotective instincts against male MC or any male that may take his daughter) dad, a lot of minions from childhood (that always get... more>> an upgrades throughout the story following female MC), and a over 1000 chapter stories. You may like this story. <<less
3 Likes · Like Permalink | Report
1 2 3
Leave a Review (Guidelines)
You must be logged in to rate and post a review. Register an account to get started.