Hon Issatsu de Kototariru Isekai Rurō Monogatari


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An unfortunate high school student who died from an accident, Misasagi Ryou (陵陵). With God’s whim, what he got from reincarnating to a different world, was one old book――taking in all kinds of books, it was the 「Unlimited Summoning Book」 that is said to be able to materialize all creations. Legendary Brave Equipments, Sub-Machine Guns, Artificial Humans……using weapons that are taken out from the book, the young man tramples the different world!! The different world Battle Fantasy of a young man that loves books!

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darkevangeli rated it
May 2, 2017
Status: v1c17
At first I was glad that we have an MC who is not afraid of getting his hand dirty and fighting back against enemies as opposed to usual Japanese MC who are self righteous and spouting sh*t about not hurting people because he came from japan even at the cost of lives he could have saved.

But then another irking Japanese MC trope appeared. Our MC apparently has the Japanese Genetic trait of "Hiding abilities" and laying low afraid of nonexistent enemies from noticing him. Going as far as Boot-licking... more>> just to show that he is a weakling for the reason of not gathering attention. I am not expecting him to show his OPness to the whole world, Is it too much to ask that he instead acts like an adventurer with middle tier strength instead of low level adventurer that is no match to a level 1 undead skeleton.

The funny party too is that there is this guy 'AL' who is so strong and even he gets defeated even after using all his power, and this guy isn't even hiding his strength! And guess what!? he is not getting celebrity attention and worshipers, solicitation and even enemies that our MC seems to be afraid of. That just f*cking defeats the reason for him going out of the way to make sure he is treated like trash by people so he does not get unwanted attention from his power.

Another disappointing series that was okay in the first few chapters but fails because of the common OP MC hiding true ability because of nonexistent enemies.... Don't get me wrong I would understand if he hides his power if there was actually a threat/good reason. Like Overlord or Irregular at Magic Highschool where there is an actual and perfectly good reason to. He could be perfect if he at least just acts like a Middle tier adventurer with his strength and would have been a 5 star. But now I don't even see the point in being OP other that just to be included in the famous fad of having OP MC's in novels nowadays. His OP powers just makes it tedious to read when he goes out of the way too complicate things when solving a problem just to hide his strength and pretend to be the weakest. <<less
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Cryarc rated it
November 10, 2016
Status: v6
I remember starting reading this because attracted from the cover illustration. This is an isekai series with somewhat ruthless battle maniac MC, actively seeking battles and often provoking for it. His power is "quoting" words from any books he have read before and materialize them into real world, so you get modern weapons such as revolver, machine guns, assault rifle, grenade etc. Besides quoting material items he can also quoting concepts, which rather similar to Konjiki no Wordmasters skill.

The MC is quite different from the usual meek MCs, he's decisive,... more>> ruthless and thrill seeking. Often times he's the one stirring troubles so he can fight. He's a tsundere guy, he acts malicious and having poisonous tongue but in the end he will lend his hand to people who asked for his help. If I remember right his trademark is asking what is the merit of him helping them first, though later he will help with trivial compensations. His skill is OP so he's kind of rarely getting in a real pinch.

Since the MC is battle maniac, most of the story arc is focused on him looking for stronger enemies to fight. He also gained some allies in the process. It's just there's no romance/harem in this series since it's taking most of it's time in fighting/conflicts.

Well, if you can past trough the MC's OP skills in bringing modern weaponry and vehichles into fantasy world it's quite entertaining to read. It's just sometimes it will feel tedious because the MC is constantly diving head first into conflicts so it's rather lacking a breather. <<less
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TheBourneConfused rated it
March 20, 2017
Status: v1c11
Yup, another cliche Japanese rpg level up novel with the usual highschool aged guy ran over by the great 'truck-sama' and transferred by a loli deity to a typical game-like fantasy medieval world.

I know the rpg appraisal/status tab elements of this novel and the MC's OPness were so cliche that you may shook your head in dismay from its overflowing clicheness, but what I found a bit amusing in this story was the MC's skill of 'quoting' or summoning modern-made stuff for his own conveniences; firearms like submachine guns, shotguns,... more>> grenades, tear gas, gas mask, and etc. He even used the summoned armored car in the middle of a medieval village, scaring the wits out of some peddlers, just because he lazily wanted to travel quickly in his destination, lol.

Though, the MC's personality might be a ruthless anti-hero as*hole guy, it's much better than a peace-loving justice-fanatic super dense harem guy protagonist. I hate those dense harem protags, which was why the 2nd reason I started reading this novel was because I didn't see the harem tag, bahahaha. I never like romance tag too; call me bitter, couldn't care less. For now, I'm gonna rate it as 'good' but if I ever got bored or an indication of a clueless love-sick fool MC who's ready to die for the sake of romance showed up, then I'll GTFOH and drop this outta my read list. <<less
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UnGrave rated it
January 31, 2017
Status: v1c7
Like everyone else, I read this because of the awesome cover. For this novel, I believe that you can judge a book by it's cover, as I was not disappointed in the slightest with how it's been so far.

This is an Isekai series where the MC starts out OP, and then grows to be even more OP. His power is completely broken, but the situation kinda makes sense for why it's so broken.

Altogether, I think this is, at least up to this point, a good casual read with... more>> an OP protagonist of and no sign of a crappy harem. Not yet anyway... Five stars 10/10. <<less
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GregLuck rated it
July 24, 2017
Status: v2c1
At first I thought that the MC would be like Satou from Death March or the MC from Isekai Hourou Meshi, then he goes Hajime, but it turns out he's just a maniac. For all I know, with another PoV, the MC could be seen as a apostle of evil god with a mental disorder.

It's not like I hate that kind of MC, it's just doesn't make sense. He's a bookworm working part time, yet he didn't even flinch or hesitate to kill people (although they indeed try to rob... more>> him) for the very first time he got on the town, decided to annihilate a whole band of bandit on a whim, having a deadly duel for the fun off it, etc, etc, which make the character feels inconsistent.

One of the many action he did, the most incomprehensible is when he was saving the kidnapped girls and the enemy start going berserk, he didn't bother saving the girl and used them to buy time. I mean, he is OP as f*ck, decided to save the girl, yet decided to forgot them cause some minor annoyance happen.

That is why I called him a maniac.

As I said, from other PoV, he is a twisted mental disorder bastard sent by evil god, with a crazy sicko friend


Also lots of action feels like forced just for the sake of plot. After making a frankenstein's monster-like golem, making a magic sword, summoning a camp and food, but decided to not use the car he used early just to not causing commotion.

Basically, the MC and the story is inconsistent. The side character is dull just like a doll, lifeless, doesn't have a quirk, lacking details.

Even though it is a fiction and isekai novel you would expect a certain logic or law the author made for the novel to follow, this novel feels like a lots of ideas jumbled up, thus making the story feel inconsistent and doesn't flow well.

The good part is this novel didn't have that many cliche usually you find in JP isekai OP-MC, no suddenly helping loli, or wimpy MC, or lots of self-tsukomi for every single thing. But then again, the whole story is so jumbled up with sudden whim of idea that the author came up. <<less
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Crywolf641 rated it
December 2, 2016
Status: v1c4
Hahahaha Note:I read this because of the Illustration cover in NovelUpdates
and I have to say I was not dissapointed.

Well for now its still too early for us to be judgemental about the MC.

The MC is Decisive. I mean Litteraly He killed without the usual I'm too scared to kill thing that happens in novels this days. (Well I think its natural though)

The Powers of the MC is litteraly a Cheat. Its to the point that is possible for him to summon every last armor/weapon/probably magic?/Materials/probably a house too... more>> if he has one quote of it.
The MC's powers are based on "quotes" which means that He could summond that kind of word to real life. (Which I wish I have it so that I could keep summoning money and sh*t.)

Also MC maybe OP but its still possible to kill him since He almost got killed during his attack at chapter 4. If He was a Little late reacting that is.

We also have a funny God? Goddess based on what we see in the illustration and her interaction.
MC is'nt even hesitating to throw a God out of a Window! Which is really laughable.

Well this novel is a good reading material for me since its funny how that God interacts with the MC and how the MC is passive to Her.

Well this is just my opinion on the Novel :D <<less
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Draghnof rated it
June 19, 2019
Status: c10
The MC isn't dumb like most OP MC but he shouldn't have more than 90 IQ either :-s

He's very impulsive and don't take time to think about things (no matter how important it is) leading the MC to do stupid things or creating problems for nothing....

The author is seemingly a novice writer because the story isn't very well built (at least to me it isn't)

... more>> Oh and the MC is a psychopath without the charism of one.

Too bad because the concept was interesting and a lot of things could have been done :- ( <<less
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Elheim rated it
October 29, 2018
Status: v1c4
Dropped at chapter 4. Maybe it was just a case of a bad translation but who knows.

The MC has no personality other than "likes books" and "is probably a psychopath." This would have been fine but for some reason, his internal monologues are composed mostly of exposition and infodump regarding the game elements, jobs, skills, etc.

You would think that with all the information that he is spewing out, he could have also described this entirely different new world in front of him a little better.

... more>>

But no... He arrives at a town where streets are fairly crowded. He goes in and people are wearing clothes found in fantasy worlds. He then kills robbers or whatever. Then he goes to bookstore to buy [Books]. Later, he becomes an 《Adventurer》 and gets a quest.

Following that, the dialogues he had with extras were even more expositions and infodumps. I had completely lost it at this point, and was barely reading the supposed "action" scene wherein he shoots his guns, throws grenades, quotes Shakespeare's Macbeth, and then everybody is dead. New skills and titles pop up.

To clarify, the infodumps said that he would "quote" from all books that he absorbed and he could make, whatever it was, materialize. Therefore, if he had a library of information, he would have more stuff that he can make. The phrase "quote from books" made me think that he will recite passages from a legend or in the case of modern weaponry, state the name of the weapon and its specifications. Make, caliber, maybe a brief history. He doesn't need to go full gun-nut about it. Just something.

I could not have been more wrong. "MC summoned a "gun" from a military book he had read before." Aside from it being a submachine gun with an attached silencer, no further description was provided. And this is the part where the infodump is actually needed. For someone who was supposedly "quoting" something, he seemed to know very little about the subject and just glossed over it. Later on, he also traced the words "armored car" from the book and it manifested because reasons.

What the hell? What is it? Is it a humvee, an MRAP, or that thing you see in banks? Who knows? Nobody does. Why does that matter? Go ride your "sturdy mount" and pray to God that it's horse and not a tiger. If it's a tiger, then I hope you fall off.

Based on that incredulous criteria, along with the surprisingly limited explanation, it appears that all the MC really needed is a goddamned dictionary and he can then proceed to spam meteors, unleash hurricanes and call forth volcanoes. He can Scrabble the sh*t out of his opponents.

I guess it was the expectation of seeing items from other literary works be called upon and the realization that the novel is nowhere close to something like that is the reason that it ticked me off. So much that I decided to invest the time in making this rant of a review.

The author will probably (hopefully) expound more on how the summoning works at later chapters, however, chapter 4 has ended in a cliffhanger in front of the boss room but all the f*cks I had left were redirected here, instead of chapter 5.

Whatever. I need to go back to my [Job]

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aetonazniel rated it
August 24, 2018
Status: v2c4
The first volume started off fine since the MC wasn't afraid to kill if his life was on the line, but by volume 2, he just goes along with killing in the tournament regardless if the enemies already surrendered. The author wrote a tournament that kills each other and no room for surrender which made the MC into an indiscriminate murderer each chapter and it left a bad taste in my opinion.

"So dark... you sure you're not from the DC universe?" - Wade
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OfficePony rated it
July 29, 2018
Status: c...
This is bad-bad. Not sure where the high reviews came from, but the author just doesn't seem to know about the subjects he writes about.

Guns with "Silencers" make a hell of a lot of noise. Ranging with a sniper rifle isn't as simple as adjusting a scope to make things not blurry. MC's weird behavior just seems to be accepted no matter where he is unless the Author is trying to make a point that the MC is seen as weird by someone.

Honestly, the author or the translation is just... more>> bad at writing. Most likely the author is just that bad. The way that information comes across is bare-bones and almost non-existent unless it's about the MC's powers in which case it's just sort of vague so that the MC can do some other vague ass bullsh*t later to pull his ass out of having to actually try.

Over all, it's about an OP MC that doesn't have qualms about killing shit, but has the "Got-to-lay-low-or-I'm-not-gonna-be-the-MC-anymore" Syndrome.

Not a recommended read unless you're pretty tolerant to BS. <<less
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Armorpiercer rated it
February 28, 2019
Status: v1c4
just 4 chapter and there's a lot of thing worth questioning

- how can he feel nothing while mass-murdering a criminal? He's still a high school student and just arrived in the world less than a week

- what is an actual skill's limit? Did the words lost out from the book or something?

... more>> - how can he handle the gun without shooting himself in the foot? I though Japanese have strict gun laws and the gun is scarce, the MC doesn't feels like gun nut at all

- how f&*-++= much is his knowledge? There's no explanation at all for what he know, nothing

- hey god, isn't everything too convenient for him? Not that I have the right to ask though because I would love convenient things

the story doesn't feel good. It's just plain wild

the conversation between people just like all of them are 180 IQ genius, to the point they doesn't need explanation (sucks to be reader)

will come back later, for now hold these 2 star <<less
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