How Many Tomorrows There Are

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Deeply-closeted Xiaoming has downloaded a zipped file and opened one of the novels at random. He closed it immediately after two pages because he found it way too kinky for his tastes, and can only faintly recall the cannon fodder and the antagonist.

Waking up later, he became that cannon fodder on his way to tomorrow’s killing gauntlet reality show. Failing to return even after reciting the core values a hundred times, he could only pick up his sword. As long as the tragic fate could be rewritten, it’s fine to become tainted or whatever.

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boilpoil
boilpoil rated it
March 27, 2020
Status: Completed
Small warning: Really, really, really explicit language. Also depictions of... you know what, you know if you should be reading this. There's the 'Adult' label right there.

To be perfectly honest, this novel is not among the best novels I've read. Yet it is still a rare one that made me want to read all of it in one sitting, especially since this isn't a quick transmigration novel in which it's easy to keep us readers' attention with fresh setting changes. Yes, I might be biased as the translator recommending you... more>> to read it, but I enjoyed the original Chinese novel myself, so if you can look past the occasional hiccups in my translating abilities, I think you'll enjoy it too.

The plot is probably both its strongest point and its weakest point. There's honestly more than the acceptable number of plotholes lying here and there. Yet the main storyline is captivating enough that at least I could look past it. It is on a slower boil the first few chapters or so, but it'll get more interesting later on.

The characters... Hmm... There's growth. Not very believable growth, true, but growth nonetheless, which for me would rank this higher than the 20th Japanese light novel I've given up on because the characters of the protagonists are so utterly uninteresting. Chinese novels do tend to have this problem of overly detailed descriptions of the characters' state of mind and zero/nonsensical actions that fail to reflect those states of mind. Tell, don't show, basically. This novel has that, I suppose, but with the action actually, at least to me, reflective enough of their supposed given emotional state that I do not become completely detached from the characters as I continue reading.

The setting is intriguing enough to get me to continue reading past its confusing and sometimes unexplained parts. Personally, it would benefit massively if its many skimmed over settings are given proper treatment and development but then again, Chinese light novel, not Tolkien-esque literary masterpiece in the works here. Can't expect that much. Otherwise, it's a functional setting as a futuristic post-apocalyptic dystopian light-fantasy sci-fi.

TL;DR - Acceptable characters and setting, captivating main plot despite plot holes and slow starting pace. Of course, I'm the translator, so I'm going to recommend you to read it even if just to boost my own traffic figures. Yes I am vain like that. :) <<less
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FanGirlNoha
FanGirlNoha rated it
April 23, 2020
Status: c55
Ok, how to describe this novel... I won't say this is a gem but this certainly is a unique novel. As mentioned in the tags, the MC is the seme which is quite rare in BLs. Secondly, as some of the reviews have stated, this is a novel with explicit description of all sorts of debauchery and crime. The interesting thing though, is the fact that the s*xual parts seem more like dark humour than anything. Another reviewer already mentioned this, but the novel is definitely dystopian in nature. This... more>> is definitely NOT a light read. Why should you read it though??

1. Unique plot and setting: the setting is similar to Hunger Games (or Battle Royale and Gantz from some perspectives - just no aliens and the romance is bl)

2. Interesting characters: all the characters are interesting, but I hope to get some more details on the side characters later on.

3. Social commentary (surprise!)

4. The great language (The translation quality is awesome! Kudos to the translation team ^_^)

My only complaint would be the romance which seriously needs to pick up the pace. It's quite twisted ? but it could be kinky for some ? I just hope the MC finally gets a HE at the end.

Tldr: great novel with explicit language and screwed up perspectives on life but a great read at the end. <<less
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clxndestinely
clxndestinely rated it
July 5, 2020
Status: Completed
If you’re looking for a story with excellent world-building and zero plot-holes, this probably isn’t for you (and your standards might be a tad too high in websites such as novelupdates, no offence).

Although it’s not supposed to be the main point of the story, the romance is probably the best part. It’s about a normal transmigrator guy (surprise, surprise, he’s a top MC) who’s forced into a post-apocalypse game out of his usual standards therefore comfort zone. He catches the eye of the wrong person and is forced to grow... more>> out of his stunted mindset yet still yearns for freedom.

This “wrong person”, on the other hand, is a aristocrat that was traumatised into becoming a psychopath due to his position as an Inner City resident. We watch as he slowly succumbs from interest to desire, desire to obsession, and, finally, obsession to love.

I actually quite like how natural their relationship is. Nothing forces them together — in fact, circumstances try to separate them — but they lose themselves in their own mind-games.

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Personally, I like how, after MC realised that he was implanted a chip to love the ML, he doesn’t just fall out of love. Because that’s how feelings are: one you catch them, you can’t just lose them, though you damn get more rational with time.

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In terms of world-building, half of the things didn’t really make sense. Aside from the cannibalism, there was no hints about the “truth” of the post-apocalyptic world. We have no idea why MC transmigrated, why he had a game-world when sleeping, or how he pulled Latiao (a dog) out of the game world. Some of the most important characters just disappeared, and the side ship was irrelevant.

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MC said he was at the extent of surviving self-brain-surgery, but he didn’t try to get the chip out. IT ANNOYED ME SO MUCH THAT THE AUTHOR FORGOT. There’s also MC and ML’s “son”, who, although I saw kind of mentioned, utterly disappeared at the end. Let’s not even mention the poor half-dog-half-human kid who can only feed on ejaculation. Yeah, we have no idea where he goes. Piers (number 56) and Ginger literally make no sense. I get it: they betrayed MC to win. But why? We apparently don’t need to know that.

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Overall, treat this as a twisted romance story and nothing else. Don’t expect good world-building. The translator’s awesome, though. My rating should be about 3.6, overall. <<less
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Chiaroscuro
Chiaroscuro rated it
March 16, 2020
Status: --
  1. WARNING: MENTIONS OF
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    RAEP, GORE, ORGY, GROUP SECKS, SUBSTANCE ab*se, ab*se IN GENERAL, TORTURE, PAEDOPHILIA

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    and more. Most of them are glossed over because censorship.

    This story is dark but it's quite good imho. If you're looking for fluff this ain't it, fam. But if you're looking a pretty dark BL with psychopathic, edgy and predatory UKE ML (which feels quite nostalgic lol) then you're welcome.

    MC was thrown into a hunger-game esque novel world where he need to escape his cannon fodder fate of being a secks toy.

    Instead of hunger games it's more hunger game+s*xual s*avery world mixed together. Which brings you all the fight and secks lol

    When MC sleep he went over to a zombie apocalypse game

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    which give his mind and heart reprieve of the cruelty of the hunger game world, and a body upgrade Everytime he did a mission (like, enhanced strength or additional knowledge)

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    At my point of reading, it's about a battle of mc's moral ground and how low he's willing for it to drop. Just a warning, MC is like a dirt and he have no power so yeah.
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    he'll get tortured and maybe have secks with other people (as a gong/seme)

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    The author is quite flowery with the description and I think TL did quite a good job with translating this novel.
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Reyleisha
Reyleisha rated it
February 3, 2021
Status: Completed
Rating: 3/5- I went in expecting a vengeful, cleverly written and satisfying read... and got something that missed the mark completely.

SPOILER ALERT!

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This story lost the plot for me as soon as the MC had a chip inserted in his brain to force him to love the ML. At that stage, I was so disgusted, this read just became torturous. In my view, there was really nothing that could provide a substantial enough reason for the MC to develop any feelings towards his enemy. The ML had no redeeming qualities and couldn’t even garner sympathy.

The relationship seemed so forced and the reveal of the MLs betrayal along with the revelations that followed, were so lacklustre, I actually wanted to slap myself for wasting do much time trying to complete this book.

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The MC should have just ended up with the dog- from either worlds.

I just couldn’t find the relationship between the two realistic at all... it didn’t seem like they could remotely fall in love. The reactions and emotions were so far fetched.

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How does an atheist and emotionally devoid person who has no concept of love or morals, suddenly start spouting “I love yous” and the existence of faith? He leaves everything he believes in to start a makeshift life in a village for this newfound excitement called love? An aristocrat that has toyed with humans as a form of entertainment for all of his existence, is so mesmerised by whirlwind romance???

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The characters were built really poorly. I get that the MC is written to be kind and loyal to his beliefs, but if that was the case, then instead of falling in love with the ML, it would be more likely that he would remove himself from the ML as he didn’t believe in cold blooded revenge, in my opinion that would have destroyed the ML and made for a better read. If a love story developed there on, it would have made more sense.

I had high hopes for the MC, I really liked his character up until I hit halfway through this book. He become a dimwit thereafter.

Disappointed. <<less
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jadelin
jadelin
March 15, 2020
Status: --
This starts off pretty heavy and dark, and there's kind of an Ai no Kusabi, Enzai, or Togainu no Chi (for those of you who have played those old-school, darker BL visual novels) feel to it. Thankfully, it doesn't quite get as dark as that, as it doesn't go into mind-break or non-con territory. The ending is an HE, but kind of a "Hunger Games" kind of darker HE.

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MC is the gong, the ML is the shou, which is something I was somewhat surprised about, given how the original fate of the MC was turned into a meat bucket.

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ROTTENGURL11
ROTTENGURL11 rated it
April 25, 2021
Status: v10
I tried my best to finish at least 10 chapters but I have to dropped this cause I really don't like the plot. I Know it have dystopia as genre BUT the whole part i've seen revolving around s*x, r*pe, or**sm was Too freaking s*upid!!

Other novel with apocalyptic, dystopian, psychologically challenge novel would be much better than this..... the plot was so messy! the goal of this story is too difficult to understand because all those s*xual stuff keep popping up all the time that my initial goal to read... more>> this died down for every mention of those things.

I mean this might just be me cause I usually hate novel like this were the few starting chapters was too pointless.

If you want to still read this then be reminded that its morally and logically messy. <<less
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earlgreyt
earlgreyt rated it
July 3, 2020
Status: Completed
Rare to find seme protagonists as well as such dark/dystopic/hunger-games-like settings.

To be honest, I came from reading [Little Mushroom] which had worldbuilding, plot, and tension that was just so much better in every single way in the same genre, so I wasn't as impressed with this one.

However, this novel is pretty unique and it's clear the author tried to delve into human psychology and present a semi-serious novel (instead of your typical mindless fluff and romance). Both the MC and the ML go through very interesting psychological growth/transformations. I did... more>> like the whole "not-good-nor-evil" feeling and the antagonists-to-lovers feeling.

Unfortunately, some of it did fall short. In a way, the author tried to set up the novel as a serious psychological novel, but with too fantastical/idealistic origins to actually carry through on a believable reason for their existence. Furthermore, I recognized and have studied in the past the material that the author drew upon to explain the fictional pseudo-psychology/world-building, and I was quite disappointed at how selective and illogical the author's attempts were at explaining the paradigm.

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In one case, the author uses the example of a study of volunteers pressing buttons in order to extrapolate that there is no such thing as unconditional free will. This is sheer idiocy where the author bases the entire New World paradigm on ONE STUDY about the PHYSIOLOGICAL process of the MOST BASIC decision-making process.

I just want to emphasize: the technical process of how your brain handles the decision-making process is NOT commentary on the philosophical/ethical/moral question of free will.

((Neither here nor there, but if the author looked up that study, why not the 500 others that actually prove the decision-making process of human brains?? Human brains VETO offered choices, eg. instead of "choosing from A from ABC" it's more likely that humans "veto BC provided ABC, " aka, the conscious mind DOES MAKE DECISIONS.))

I'd rather have preferred handwavey magical vagueness that free will is a social construct or unconditional free will doesn't exist (have heard some great arguments for that and agree) than something as illogical as what the author came up with.

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The whole origin of the Council, some mysterious "Citadel" etc, were explained, but not very thoroughly (seriously like nobody...? figured? out? the? citadel? really???), so the setting still maintained an aura of dreamlike fantasy instead of the gritty dystopia it tried to be.

The translation was a bit abrupt (there were a lot of sentences that tried to use thesaurus words or phrases that didn't quite fit the situation) but got a lot better later on. I really really appreciate a translator who takes the effort to fully localize the language so I would recommend pushing through the first 10-15 chapters first to give this a chance and the flow gets a lot better later.

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Example:

"trying to photograph a wild beast as a housecat, what spoliation."

Spoliation: to ruin something by stealing it.

Translator's footnote said: to spoil/ruin the artistry of something.

Sorry, but those two things are not the same.

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Ultimately, I do like this story if only because there aren't enough of this kind out there. Cyberpunk, dystopia, battle royale, all my sweet spots. I highly recommend [Little Mushroom] and [Surprise! the Supposed Talent Show Was Actually] if you like really delicious logic and actually believably creative/intellectual worldbuilding. <<less
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You gotta be kidding me
You gotta be kidding me rated it
May 30, 2021
Status: Completed
This deserves a 5 star for the dark adult category---PERFECT!

This is absolutely the BEST dark bl i've read that gives you "this is f*ck up but perfect" vibe. Semes as protagonist is one of my weakest point, so this really hits me differently, in my g-spot rotfl. The plot is f*cking AWESOME *chefs kiss. The MC is just --- he's logical, hot, sexy, clever, cunning, and realistic---with a monstrous ehem---dragon. And the bottom--- he's sick in the head. But I love him since I want this type of people b*tchslapped... more>> and brokenhearted in the end.

Spoiler

There are some arguements regarding Hopkin's "sudden love" for Bright but seriously---if you read it and understand it--- you'll realize it's not really something surprising. Hopkin originally just wanted to toy with Brights emotions. Wanting him to feel pain and then discard him when he's no longer interesting. Then that train of thought change into wanting to hurt him to wanting to own his whole. His pain, his sufferings, his whole attention and his "blackened state" he wanted to create. However when he inserted a chip to Bright, the cold blooded depraved of love Hopkin who was ignorant of "love" and "warmth" gradually fells inlove. Bit*h this is nothing surprising at all. Tell me -- if you're depraved will you not seek for the willing warmth? --- Hopkin is cruel, but he'a actually still a kid who had only recently reached adulthood. *Sigh

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Other than that, the issue about Bright also suddenly "falling inlove" with Hopkin, haaaa *sigh, did you not read it at all??? Or you just did not understan? Bright have been interested with Hopkin since hopkin is like a golden thigh he can take advantage of---however if that is the only thing he felt he won't feel so devastated upon knowing hopkin is shithead. It was actually hinted in the previous chapter that Bright is feeling complex emotions for Hopkins, something other than "hate" he doesnt want to acknowledge. AND THIS HAPPENS EVEN BEFORE THE CHIP THING. *Sighs

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You know --- BRIGHT LET HIM HAVE A TASTE OF HIS OWN MEDICINE---and your s**en--chour. The whole environment the MC transmigrated into is toxic---people in there have no regards of moral and treats s*x as if its something as normal and as ordinary as breathing. For a 21st century man [well I assumed its that century in the MC's real world so whatevs], adjusting to a world with no laws and rights for humans and the less unfortunates --- is extremely HARD! But MC here is not the "depressed-i-just-wanna-jump-down-a-building-bye-bye" type, he's brave and really gives you that overpowered vibe. He has this personality that makes you want him to strangle you and pounce on you hard-----rotfl. I'm sill not finished but im looking forward to Bright's plans -- and what the hell will the ending shows us. I HOPE IT'S NOT DISSAPOINTING *criesinanticipation.

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bit*h I'm crying---b*tch---i love this. Not much words needed, I'm satisfied. <<less
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Cheru
Cheru rated it
October 3, 2020
Status: Completed
This is not the best novel I have read, but there is this urge to continue and read. I finished it within 24 hours, and boy was my emotions going up and down throughout this novel. This novel shows the dark side unlike 90% other transmigration novels that were happy. The characters were unique, and even though I didn't like some actions, it shows how humane the characters were. I am attached to this author's way of writing.

I wanted to see Bright be all strong and badass to shut those... more>> ignorant fans, but as long as the couple is happy. For once, I like the gong more than the shou. And for once, my heart hurt so much when the couple tortured each other. This hate into love was different compared to other love-hate relationship mangas I have read.

Unique. Intriguing. Realistic. (My vocab isn't the greatest). I'm usually not a fan of zombie apocalypse, but this brought a whole new horizon for me. And during my time of reading, I always laugh to myself every time I understood the hidden meaning in some parts. Me and my dirty mind smh.

If you can handle some dark themes and can forgive some inhumane actions (I got over it by putting myself in their shoes. It ended up making sense since there is no common sense yk?). I won't recommend for people who just started reading, since this is pretty much a kid discovering boku no pico before yaoi. Though do give it a try. It is a one of a kind masterpiece :). Sorry for my long speech. <<less
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qpzmal
qpzmal rated it
September 23, 2020
Status: Completed
I have to say that the adult tag really means the adult tag so don't read this if you can't handle triggering, dark, and s*xual subjects. This is like a messed up and psychotic version of the Hunger Games, as everyone else is saying, where all the characters are f*cked up, deranged, and demented. But I really enjoyed this, though it was slightly different from the fluffy BLs I had read before. It's a refreshing and unique transmigration novel and I rarely find ones with this type of vibe. The... more>> MC's blackened personality slightly affected me and I actually didn't want the MC and ML to get together. I wanted the MC to break his heart into itty bitty pieces and leave him, but the author was too kind and let them get together. Overall I liked the whole dystopian setting and toxic romance. <<less
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Shrike1978
Shrike1978
February 3, 2022
Status: c15
Not starring this one because I didn't finish it.

It seems like the translator put a lot of effort into this story which is commendable.

Unfortunately, that means the author wrote something that was complete garbage.

... more>> The chapters make no sense. The flipping between a handheld game and a book transmigration pushes the absurd past the breaking point.

Some people have said this is good because it's dark. I've read dark that's good and it requires more than just being dark. It requires the plot to work, a semi-understandable and the main characters to have more than 2 dimensions. <<less
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puffiness123
puffiness123 rated it
July 14, 2020
Status: Completed
This was good but very dark.

A dystopian where there's no equality or human rights.
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Melange
Melange rated it
June 18, 2020
Status: Completed
Whoa, this is really a different type of BL. If you're looking for a feels good, everyone wins, rainbows and sunshine happy story, don't read this because it's not that type of novel.

Rather, this is more like Brave New World: Battle Royale. The setting is in a post-apocalyptic dystopia where humanity has sunk into the depths of depravity, governed by their instincts rather than any morals. MC, a normal 21st century man, struggles to fit in with this type of world and is slowly blackened while he inadvertently redeems the... more>> psychopathic ML.

ML is kind of cute in a crazy maniacal serial killer type of way. His world is dull, and in order to elicit emotional responses for himself, he tortures people -- which for him is cathartic.

Actually, I wouldn't have minded this to be a BE because everyone in the book was so goddamn insane. If MC had blown up the entire planet, that would have been an okay ending too.

Nonetheless, this is a HE novel and the author expended great effort to make it HE. Unfortunately, due to this, some of the characters become a little OOC.

Spoiler

MC kills saves ML through the power of dick love and they take all of their companions away to build a sanctuary outside of the city. They turn it into another bastion in the world, governed by rules and morality. ML does a complete 180 and turns into doting husband. ¯_ (ツ) _/¯

There's randomly a side couple that pops up at the end and it's way out of left field.

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I really wish there were more extras, because there were a few huge plot holes and loose ends that were left unfilled at the end.

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Like his other zombie solo world, what the hell is up with that? He randomly brought his dog back from that realm so... Please explain??

Also, what was the secret to MC's transmigration and what was his backstory? Don't tell me he was just a random college student because the guy has way too much knowledge and power to be just-your-average-college-student.

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Alymirra
Alymirra rated it
March 17, 2020
Status: Completed
Really good, really well crafted story! While it seems to be a little bit like the depraved side of the Hunger Games at first, it really is masking whole skies of fluffiness~~~ If you are coming here for the post-apocalyptic feel I suggest you turn around and leave now. This novel is DYSTOPIAN, DYSTOPIAN, DYSTOPIAN!!! Zombies and mutant plants and whatever are little more than afterthoughts of the author!
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Jewellia97
Jewellia97 rated it
June 19, 2022
Status: c1
One word, rubbish!

Sure it's unique itself and all, but it's just nonsense. MC totally became a dimwit later on. Maybe having his brain messed with made him develop Stockholm Syndrome? Because ML has no actual redeeming factor except for the s*xual part. So how MC went and fell in love with him beats me and I can only attribute it to the Stockholm Syndrome.

The plot is nonsense honestly. I did start it and with the way MC was being portrayed, I was looking forward to it and I even ignored... more>> all the nonsense at the beginning. But, it went downhill very fast. Well, I don't know if it got better since I couldn't even force myself to continue reading at some point and I just skipped to the last chapter. <<less
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QCY
QCY rated it
May 28, 2020
Status: Completed
Honestly, mixed feelings about this book because the romance factor was boggling.

To make this short:

World Building: 4.5/5

... more>> A dystopia setting of human civilization post-apocalypse.

An original idea, but MC can transition between two time frames of the same world, so there was a lack of development of the older time frame world. There was also a lack of explanation of MC's transmigration and he was oddly detached towards his original world.

Plot Development: 4/5

Focuses mainly on moral beliefs and psychological struggles in an inhumane world for the MC. Centers on his participating in a survival game.

The plot is more thriller and action, and there was also an interesting plot twist towards the end. The story would've done much better because there was so much content; felt rushed. The moral issues in the book are lightly brushed over as well. The book also introduces the "transmigrated into novel" trope but had little to do with the events that took place and was not mentioned later. The MC seemed to be entirely emotionally detached from his past transmigrated life.

Character Development: 4/5

MC's psychological growth.

ML kind of? (Not really)

Romance: 3/5

It was classified as "love" in the novel, but was majorly due to deception. The romance felt unreal, and I feel like the ML became OOC towards the end because I couldn't see his psychopathic nature anymore. It would've been better just to leave the romance out and focus on the dark, gritty details.

Would I recommend this: Read it, there were some interesting philosophies mentioned but it wasn't outstanding. <<less
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Lahell
Lahell rated it
March 27, 2020
Status: Completed
This novel is well written and has an interesting plot, but before reading it please pay attention to the trigger warnings.

Overall I recommend it if you want to read something new and different. Unfortunately it has only 90 chapters, I’d have loved it if it was longer as it has the potential to become a masterpiece if some points were more developed. But it’s still great as it is.
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ike_00000
ike_00000 rated it
May 16, 2020
Status: Completed
5 stars because I appreciate this story, otherwise overall 4 stars. Definitely an "Adult" story in the sense that society is twisted and depraved. This goes for every single inner society aristocrat, INCLUDING the most sickening pe*vert of them (actually there's a couple contenders lmao but they're all really bad) all, our story's ML. Think high-key body modification, eg. A dog-eared boy that needs to go on walks but can only drink s**en to survive.

Characters: 4.7/5

I really really love MC. He starts off weak and then becomes strong, but tbh... more>> there's not much character development? Like it's just the way his setting is. But I really like the fact that MC is willing to do the things he has to do but at the same time hold onto himself and the things that are important to him. MC deserves the best and I really hope he gets an HE. However, it makes no sense to me how he could fall for ML, and I hope that doesn't happen.

On the other hand, I really really hate ML. Rn I gave characters a rating of 4.5/5 because I like how author is trying to shape ML to be; he's both a character twisted by his society yet pitiable and weak. I seriously hope he gets a BE, but not death because death is too good for him. Something like in Extra 2 (not canon thus not a spoiler), where MC is gone from him forever and he can only clutch at his memories and regret. If he ends up w MC imma just straight riot, total crash in ratings at the very least.

I also like the side characters in this story. None of them are totally good or totally bad, and I appreciate that the author is trying to show complexity. Honestly I think the writing and portrayal could've been better, but I appreciate the attempts.

Plot: 5/5

Interesting plot. It's ironic how transmigrating into a zombie apocalypse would be a nightmare for most people, but MC's reality is so much worse that it becomes a sanctuary for him. The idea of a reality TV show is kinda weird though; in this world where technology is so advanced, they don't have better past times?? How is their population even sustained lmao. But the arcs are interesting enough, and quite original.

Writing & Translation: 5/5

Thanks for the hard work! And consistent updates!!!

PS. How the heck does this society stay afloat??? Those aristocrats don't have jobs or anything?? How are people not just dead in ditches everywhere??? Idgi but oh well. <<less
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Tyarena
Tyarena
March 15, 2021
Status: c26
The novel is very well written and translated, however the theme is fairly dark and heavy.

ML torturing MC for excitement is just not my cup of tea as it’s a bit too disturbing for my taste.

I didn’t give it a rating because I’ve only read up to chapter 26.
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