My Cherry Will Explode in the Apocalypse

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What is the most important thing about rebirth before the apocalypse? Grain storage? No, it’s trying to find the most important person in the past life! Reject the so-called relatives who have evil intentions!

The abilities of the previous life have followed, and their golden fingers have suddenly become very big.

Mutant plants, farming space, enough to feed himself and that man!

Su Ruizhe took out a handful of cherries and chili peppers with a simple smile: “Honey, these ingredients, oh no landmines, you take them and throw them out when you meet a zombie! But don’t eat it!”

Zhan Yun: “…”

Wife is good at everything, but just a little silly…

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末世之我的樱桃会爆炸
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Recommendations
Counterattack of a White Lotus that was Reborn into an Apocalypse (5)
The Reborn Otaku’s Code of Practice for the Apocalypse (4)
The Invasion Day (4)
Back to the Apocalypse (3)
Show Love System (2)
Rebirth of MC (2)
Recommendation Lists
  1. Another complete BL
  2. BL Apocalypse
  3. want-to-read newest, shiniest BLs
  4. (BL) Awesome MC
  5. to be read

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04/20/21 Peach Pits extra
04/20/21 Peach Pits c112
04/05/21 Peach Pits c111 part2
04/05/21 Peach Pits c110 part1
03/08/21 Peach Pits c109
03/08/21 Peach Pits c108 part2
03/07/21 Peach Pits c108 part1
03/07/21 Peach Pits c107
03/07/21 Peach Pits c106
03/07/21 Peach Pits c104
02/01/21 Peach Pits c103
02/01/21 Peach Pits c102
01/05/21 Peach Pits c101
01/04/21 Peach Pits c100
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New filter rated it
June 13, 2021
Status: Completed
I rarely write reviews but there are somethings I must mention.

First of all I'm really thankful to the translators for translating this novel, but what bothers me the most while reading this story was how the translators keep on criticizing the writer, it set me off how the translators keep on emphasizing that the writer is rich girl/dude who is basically s*upid (that's how it sounded from the t/n)

Not trying to be dramatic or something but it's pretty disrespectful of translators; saying this while continuing to translate the novel, if it bothers you so much than why not already drop it?

What pisses me off more was how the translators purposely make fun of the writer, look not everyone is good at writing and it is inevitable to have some plot holes, I don't understand why must they be so rude to writer.

I hope the translators not pick up the other novel by this writer lest they target the writer again.

And, I really like this novel a lot, it was a light read. Different from other apocalyptic novels. Though it didn't really left a deep impression on me but who dosen't like reading sweet and fluff. (I wouldn't call it fluff though) there were some very obvious plot holes and lacked creativity but who cares aren't we all here for this logic-dead things, after all apocalypse is not something which would happen irl.

It's not as bad as people who gave one star make it look like, I recommend this after reading angst or a heavy plot.
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TheLovelyRose
New TheLovelyRose rated it
May 28, 2021
Status: Completed
This novel is basically 3.5 stars. Since I can't do half stars here, I gave it 4 stars. It is basically a novel adaptation of the game Plants vs Zombies. Overall, the novel was ok. There wasn't any friction, serious plot twist or tension. It was smooth sailing for the main character, Su Ruizhe, once he transmigrated back before the apocalypse.

I feel that this novel could have been more if the author added more plot to it. There were plenty of opportunities for tension, but it fell flat. This also... more>> reminds me of another story I read "Back to the Apocalypse" that fell short of greatness. I had the same issues with this novel that I had with "Back to the Apocalypse". The plot didn't have a lot of action for a story centered around the zombie apocalypse. Some of the side characters didn't need to exist because they didn't add anything to the plot. The romance aspect could be better. I understand that Su Ruizhe was underage for the whole novel until the extra chapter but dang. We couldn't build romance at all. No hand holding, late night conversations, intimacy before hooking up. The romance was seriously lacking for a story labeled as romantic.

Overall, this story is ok. It's an enjoyable read. I just dislike the fact that it left me yearning for more and failed to deliver. <<less
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hy-d-ra
hy-d-ra rated it
August 28, 2019
Status: c43
Nothing to praise here (might return back after reading more, if I won't drop it).

Sometimes stories can be light, but it doesn't make up an excuse for boring stories:

  • No aim to the story, except for not letting MC to go through same fate. Which makes author sound silly because: 1. the primary aim was achieved by MC meeting ML early on and them teaming together; 2. logically there's no guarantee for safety in rl, but here is a plain novel so who cares;
  • I'm getting tired of fantasy type of apocalypse where it's atmosphere/weather connected, but at the same time not. If author will insist on MC/ML trying to solve the crisis I will throw a slipper at them, because they never clearly explained about it and just threw at least several types of getting infected;
  • MC and ML are plastic, all characters are like BG ghosts. Most of the time you forget that they're a team of several people, not to mention a kid and a kitten. There's basically little to no interraction between MC and ML, the "romance" non-existent. This basically follows a path as if someone played PUBG. Move from point A to point B, loot, return. What really irked me is how the first thing they ask after someone wakes up from fever is not the human-like "How are you feeling?", but "What is your ability?" and these are people they supposedly "care" about;
  • Judging by translation you can figure out author's writing style, I call this type of writing "a summer essay of a 5th grader", where many words keep on repeat in joint sentences, to fill the word count. You may keep descriptions to a minimum and still achieve something. Often time you don't understand the layout description and it also lacks logic. For example in latest I've read they came to save...800 people, like bi*ch how on earth can you write - confrontation is inevitable after that, that many people is like a small army, hard not to notice, not to mention that despite the military base they ambush having disorganized civilians in rule, but ppl are not one-type of action species, someone will rush to report to the upper echelon;
  • I understand this doesn't happen on Earth, but at least could apply some earth logic. Why I say it's not on Earth, in one of the chapters MC recalls the number of population left after being wiped out and said - 6 billion, it wasn't even one tenth of original number, which makes original into 60 billion and imagine that overpopulation on our planet *goosebumps*, which basically makes cyrrent population of the story into 60 billion. Imagine that number of people. At least streets would be first overcrowded, people would panic, first days would be a bloodbath with so many dead bodies which eventually would turn. But the story is so empty all the time. Next is I understand that MC/ML were waiting for the most dangerous period (blood rain) to pass before moving out, but being a policeman ZX doesn't know where the bases are located or the simple fact that the safest would be - ANTI AIR RAID BUNKERS. Sigh
Anyway, an empty story, the story leads nowhere so far and main characters don't do anything to care for them. Don't waste your time read something different.
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JuliaSimas
JuliaSimas rated it
February 24, 2019
Status: Completed
This is a poorly made version of "The Reborn Otaku's Code of Practice for the Apocalypse"

It is a novel for people who love the "zombie apocalypse " trend or for people that are looking for some easy read to kill the boredom, if you are looking for yaoi this not for you, it has close to zero love interactions after the apocalypse begin.

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What made this novel so bad for me was the characters, the author wanted to make a OP team with a LOT of powers but he didn't want to develop the users, so what we had was 2D characters that are only interesting for their powers and didn't had any use beyond that, the worse of all was that the author was too lazy to give them a life of their on so what happened was that the team of more or less 9 people was ALWAYS TOGETHER but they didn't had a presence so they simply disapper in the background and only the MC and ML speak and you don't even know if they are or aren't with them, they only apper to use their powers and fade away, it's like they are puppets of the ML and don't have ANY opinion of their on, this was the most frustrating because some of them had a lot of potential that the author threw away just to make a team with every "cool" power that exists, the doctor for exemple didn't had much fight power because he was a water user so is only job was being in the car all the time doing nothing or perhaps he was doing company for the woman with the fog power that did nothing too watching the kid with a CAT who should have been at home but God forbid they do something without the MC and ML

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ChronoH0
ChronoH0 rated it
February 5, 2019
Status: Completed
Just imagine this story with plant Vs zombie element in with actual humans and BL.

MC and ML is loyal (in love) to each other. Though this is suppose to be yaoi I think it's more shounen AI because the s*x actually happens at the end.

This story actually resolve things very quickly so you might find this story is a bit fast paced. But it's an okay fast paced in my opinion.

I like that the group that is with the MC became a family of sort kinda like "Otaku Squad", and... more>> really this story has the "Otaku Squad" sort of feel to it.

I think the MC is the OP one and the hubby is more or less powerful but because he is a policeman he is really baddass.

Overall it is a sweet story it has some depiction of cruelty to add realism to the story.

If you are okay reading something that is fast paced I think you can give this story a try. It's a fun read plus I love the action and the personalities that the characters have. I enjoyed it a lot. <<less
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iceflecks
iceflecks rated it
February 4, 2019
Status: Completed
A very cute story in the apocalypse. The MC and ML gain family members and they live a happy life. There is very little drama in this story, and any is quickly resolved. Also, fun Plants vs. Zombies trope.

No smut, but that adds to the heart warming feel of the story.
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azinine
azinine rated it
April 1, 2019
Status: Completed
If you want a light easy-read novel about the apocalypse this is it. Fast romance, light action and as long as you can ignore the glaring plotholes then this is a relaxing read. No heavy dramas or angst on this one.
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learningabc
learningabc rated it
February 9, 2019
Status: Completed
The novel was enjoyable to read. Well-paced. Not too many complications and it's generally smooth sailing for the MC, which is fine just a little too anti-climatic at the end. I wish the world was a little more interesting and the characters were more fleshed out. I would have liked to have seen more side stories of MC and ML, or side stories about the side characters, or maybe the state of the world as well. The skillset for the characters are pretty standard for a post-apocalytic zombie-infested world in... more>> a Chinese novel. There's very little lovey-dovey interactions between the MC and ML, so I would probably categorise this as shounen-ai and not yaoi though. Rating: 2.5/5 <<less
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rhianirory
rhianirory rated it
March 23, 2019
Status: Completed
not a bad little zombie novel all in all though I find that the MCs behavior contradictory to his experience, which creates some dissonance. It's optimistic tone seems wrong and I thought the MC was a little too trusting for someone who'd been used and betrayed by his family and then tortured to death in the name of science. He should not be so altruistic as he's depicted here and should have more trouble trusting most people (where was the ML when he was sold to the research lab, tortured... more>> and killed the first time around? It's never explained why such a powerful abilities user didn't try to rescue him). Also none of the MC's secrets stay secrets for long and by the end

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even the leaders of the base know all of his secrets except that he'd been reborn. But that's ok, since they are all good people, (even though they've only known them for three months when he tells them)

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the author tries very hard to balance the horrible depictions of the dark side of human nature with the southern base and all its good leaders and honest, hardworking citizens, making the base out to be as close to an utopia as one can get in a zombie Apocalypse. It doesn't work for me. Someone else compared this to Reborn Otaku and in the depictions of the base and base life it's similar, but that story is slice of life and this one is mostly not, though it does seem like the author had no clear outline when they started writing and just meandered around before deciding to end it. <<less
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CultivatorBunnyLan
CultivatorBunnyLan
February 20, 2019
Status: Completed
This novel has the Plants vs. Zombie concept.

I just had to read it hahaha. The MC is so meng and I like it whenever the ML is thinking about the MC.

They are both helping each other and their relationship is sweet. The ML is protective about the MC and he's always thinking our our dear MC's safety. ♡ (The MC can fight — well, he's overwhelming the zombies with cherrybombs HAHAHAHAHA)

I also like their team especially mini spoiler: the kid who has a cat. (●&Gt;v<●) so cute.
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Ichigoeater
Ichigoeater rated it
April 28, 2021
Status: c25
I'm in the camp where, it's actually pretty unsatisfying. After reading Reborn Otaku, and coming to this, you can't help but think the MC is a buffoon.

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He died because of his aunt's betrayal years into the apocalypse, gives her a ton of money he could have used to doomsday prep when he returns and has the attitude of 'not saving her and being her lapdog is enough revenge.' Are you kidding me?! He also lived years into the apocalypse, but still doesn't have his head together concerning everything he needs to prep, not even making a proper list until ML comes to the rescue. The night of the apocalypse happens, and they immediately leave the shelter they made (which is a secret police bunker for undercover agents, so that's cheaty) in order to get butane and more supplies, when they could've just bought most of it already and not taken unnecessary risks if they didn't give his s*upid aunt 600, 000. He's extremely s*upid, is what I'm saying, and the ML doesn't actually help as much as the author seems to think.

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Though, to be fair, I hate male MCs, in yaoi or otherwise, who are extremely girly. He's always described as 'adorable', with pink, pinchable cheeks, and his actions are always cute and polite and his smile is just so. He's an airheaded Mary Sue (can't even call him a Gary Stu, he's not a man). His relationship with ML was extremely rushed, too, so I don't really care about either of them. I kind of want them to suffer to make things interesting, actually, but the author wouldn't allow that.

This has the comedy tag, but it's not very funny, either. The MC isn't actually quirky in any way, and his ability sounds interesting and fun, but it's all missed opportunities. A lot of the time, things read like a summary. I remember, when the
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MC was telling the ML about the apocalypse and why he had the space ability (he was caught 8 days prior to the apocalypse using it), instead of having an interesting conversation where the MC decides what he should tell him, in what order, to convince him, and have the ML struggle to understand and come to grips with it, the author went the lazy 'he told him everything' route, with the ML pretty much immediately believing it all with the space ability as proof. And, having been told that they're kind of boyfriends in the future, they immediately decide 'well, that's our relationship then', and kissing ensues randomly. The ML doesn't know this guy at all by this point, and the MC could have told him any combination of lies and truths, but he full on believes him without a sliver of a doubt, so now I think they're both s*upid.

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Maybe other people will find enjoyment out of this story, but I can't immerse myself at all. The translation is pretty good, so read if you're bored, but don't expect much going in. I'm too annoyed by the main characters, so Im'ma bail. <<less
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ike_00000
ike_00000 rated it
August 9, 2019
Status: c52
It's nothing that special or unique, but it is still fairly entertaining. The story is more a narration of the events that happen and how characters react rather than following a specific character throughout the plot with insight on their feelings. The premise is the classic zombie apocalypse and ability users, and the MC has a farming space (except he's never farming!!! how does anything grow?? how do the animals live??? plot holes..... also they could just transport their own team using the space thus saving car usage) and an... more>> ability to weaponize plants.

There's not much of a relationship between MC and ML. It starts pretty quickly and after the apocalypse begins, there's no real development that we can see. <<less
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Nyxx
Nyxx rated it
May 22, 2019
Status: Completed
A wholesome story that leaves you wanting for more. The story stopped at a nice place before it becomes to draggy... or something like that. The ending wraps everything up nicely although there are some concepts introduced that I feel would've great potential but since it's only a little over 100 chapters... I reaaalllyyy want to know what happened MOAARRR!!!~~~
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Devrai
Devrai rated it
April 22, 2021
Status: extra
MC had it rather bad during the apocalypse... used, betrayed, sold, tortured and finally killed.

So when he wakes up again 4 weeks prior to the apocalypse, still having his abilities (wood and space) he decides to take his future in his own hands.

Making money to prepare meat and other food, livestock and everything he might need for two people to live a good live.

In his last live there was a man that wanted to protect him and stole his heart, but being the naive youth he was he decided to... more>> go with his relatives only to meet his own demise.

This time around... there is only one person in his eyes.

My opinion:

First... I read in many comments that this story would be like a watered down version of “The Reborn Otaku’s Code of Practice for the Apocalypse”. It’s not. I feel it is going more along the lines of “Rebirth of MC” and “Back to the Apocalypse”.

Generally I really like Zombie-Apocalypse-BL so I felt entertained enough but it is no master piece.

The story is sometimes too rushed und unbalanced. Like 3 chapters for a small encounter and barely 1 chapter fighting against a big boss.

About the love story... It is a strange one? In the beginning there is some blushing and so on but as soon as he comes clean to the guy it is like “oh we were a couple last live? Why didn’t you say that earlier, nice I like you too.” Their interaction is rather “normal”. So if you want to read a lovey dovey or drama queen story... look for another one. This has more the old married couple feeling. Like ch10 – we are a couple now -> ch 50 “oh hey they sell rings, have some” -> ch 112 “first time”. (Didn’t go back to check the chapters but it’s around these).

All in all it is an OK-read. I would give 3.5 because I still felt entertained. <<less
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Yokishko
Yokishko rated it
March 3, 2021
Status: c103
lol 😂 the title was super misleading but still the story is quite nice. I didn’t expect to like this (especially since it’s a zombie apocalypse kind of store, which I often hate) but it’s grown on me.

It’s a bit of a mishmash though when it comes to the MC’s situation, his ability (and the reborn knowledge) gives him the potential to be OP but he isn’t, you can somewhat see his growth but it’s more evident for the ML and their group. It’s also refreshing for the shou to... more>> be powerful and not in need of protection but the gong isn’t weak either and does try to care for him without being overbearing.

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It's very influenced by the Plants vs Zombie game though, as a non-player there were times I had to look up stuff to understand or how to picture what they were trying to describe.

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I think my only complaint is that the plot is short/shallow, this is my assumption though because it’s said that this story is only 113 chapters and complete. I’m already at 103 and so based on everything that’s been happening in the story so far (I’m waiting for the rest of the translation), for there to only be 10 chapters left makes me feel strange, because my impression is that not much really happened yet. I had to double check that this wasn’t ongoing because I felt that there was more to the story based on the narrative but alas only 10 chapters left till conclusion.
Is that really the end or is there a sequel that I don’t know about? <<less
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Melange
Melange rated it
November 23, 2020
Status: Completed
Ugh, snore. This is Plants vs. Zombies, danmei edition. Except, unlike the game, there's no point to this novel. It's like every other post-apocalyptic zombie novel if you subtract any sort of goals. What exactly are the characters trying to do?

Are they trying to build a base? Save the world? Reunite with loved ones? Get revenge? Engage in end-of-world romance? Well, it's none of the above.

Never have I seen an action novel that turned into directionless slice-of-life. It's not even fluffy, either! There is a hint of hint of romance,... more>> like maybe someone living in the building next to MC and ML might have had romance.

Save your brain cells and move on to any other apocalyptic danmei because I'm sure it'll be better than this one. <<less
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Noir Paw
Noir Paw rated it
August 19, 2020
Status: c87
Enjoyable Read.

BL? Yes? No? Maybe?

A bit a Humor.

I am sincerely Entertained.

(I also thought that the Cherry in the Title of: My Cherry Will Explode in the Apocalypse was refering to taking one's virginity... but there are
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CH*RRY B*MBS

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octoprince
octoprince rated it
July 23, 2020
Status: c87
It's a nice and easy to read novel. The plot is mainly focused on the main couple and their teammates going through the apocalypse with the help of the MC's knowledge and their powerful abilities.

As of c87, they are focused on helping their base, saving people and getting stronger.

The romance is very light (established relationship but only a few kisses, ML is very protective) and there's a bit of childcare (a rescued child). MC's ability is interesting but hasn't been fully exploited yet, the inspiration from plants vs. Zombies is... more>> really fun though. I like the teammates and their other allies as well.

Though they do encounter bad people, there are a lot of nice people as well ; the army/soldiers are trying to help civilians, people the main characters helped are actually grateful, people in charge can be capable and trust others.. It's not just face slapping scenes ones after another for the sake of drama and I like it - I get tired of everyone backstabbing the main couple all the time. Of course, people are not saint and they won't hesitate to kill if needed. I'm glad some situation are actually resolved quickly as it's more realistic.

Overall, it's entertaining and nice enough. It feels very light-hearted despite the apocalypse setting though so if you're looking for something easy to read to pass the time, it's a good choice. <<less
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Saffari
Saffari rated it
December 30, 2019
Status: Completed
As far as other zombie apocalypse danmei goes, this is definitely one of the better ones. Not to say that this is perfect, but it's good and not too headache-enducing.

I think the most problematic thing for this story, and what most have a problem with, is the feasibility and logic in terms of numbers and world-building information. Things like population number and the amount of time needed for something to happen (like harvest times or research results) are extremely farfetched and illogical, to be honest, but when you get past... more>> those aspects and just suspend your disbelief, the story itself is pretty okay.

The story focuses on the perspective of MC and ML so if you're looking for heavy building of the other members of their newfound family or squad, you won't find it here. The MC is also not all-knowing or knowledgeable about the world, which I found to be a good relief from much too mary sue and gary tsu MCs. I like how it works well with his age, so his ignorance reflects that of his teen self, while also highlighting his sensibility and maturity from his previous life. The ML takes the lead most of the time, so you'll feel as if not everyone is getting their due acknowledgement, but it's not like any of their squad members are ambitious in the first place.

Romance is pretty light in this. I feel like the ML was too easily persuaded by MC's reveal, but then again, he was already attracted to him (just ignore how creepy being attracted to a teenager is lol). I might be heavily biased since established relationship romances are my thing, but I really liked how subtle everything was. So if you're looking for heavy heart flutters, set your expectations very low.

As for the plot, this one also isn't ambitious. They're not aiming to save the world or eradicate the virus. The ending may feel like it isn't exciting, but at the same time, it definitely wasn't too anticlimactic since the story's tone already hinted from the beginning that this isn't a save the world shounen-like action. I feel like the author could have put more detail in the epilogue and ending of the other characters especially our little bun and kitty, but at the very least, the ending gave an okay conclusion to the lives of the characters. <<less
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ResidentialPsycho
ResidentialPsycho rated it
November 12, 2019
Status: c55
This is a fun action/apocalypse/comedy/supernatural type of story that has a very small dash of BL in it. It's one of the ones where the MC has a space and plant powers, but it's unique in that it takes Plants VS Zombies very seriously--as in, literally, his ability is to weaponize plants specifically like in that game. The action is fun and keeps up the story's pace. Although there was some drama the MC experienced in the past, he doesn't go through much of it in this life. It's one... more>> of the more light-hearted apocalyptic series than one of the dramatic, darker ones. It's entertaining for an easy read. The writing is smooth and sassy, and the action is done fairly well.

The MC and his team are OP from the start with a massive personal space containing farmland and drinking water. Note that he doesn't actually seem to farm or harvest his fruits and veggies or even take care of his plants, which is a huge plot hole on its own. There are also many other plot holes regarding scientific explanations that are really... not as scientific as the author believes them to be. If it looks like a scientific explanation is happening, the readers should be prepared to turn off their brains for that paragraph. Things happen way too easily and conveniently for them, so there isn't that much suspense.

The author did an excellent job establishing the MC and ML’s characters early on. However, their depth and development since then has been miniscule. The other characters essentially exist as their powers and a single personality trait, and that's it, even if they've been in this series for dozens of chapters.

The setting could be fleshed out more, and the plot could be more detailed. Like I said before, there isn't much drama or depth, so this series kind of gives off a cheerful, fast-paced feeling rather than the despair of the end of the world. There are things that could clearly be improved, but it's still entertaining so far. It's peculiar that current chapters are about halfway through this series, and yet it feels like it's still at the beginning of the series. It'll be interesting to see how the author takes it from here. <<less
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Fisukisuki
Fisukisuki rated it
April 27, 2021
Status: Completed
A very nice Apocalypse Zombie BL novel. It wasn't what I expected, but wasn't bad at all.

Sadly, compared to other BL zombie apocalypse novel; The Reborn Otaku and Back to Apocalypse novel, this is not as Spectacular as them.

It's nice novel. It's not boring but also not exactly Exciting novel. It's has Interesting Scenes. Good and fun moments. And Great scene. But most moments in this story feel average.

I actually had big expectations for this novel. Because if The Reborn Otaku can actually make Slice of Life moments in Zombie... more>> AU feels so Great and Satisfying, why not this? But unfortunately this novel entertainment quality is lower than that.

Like I said, it's not Bad at all! But almost 3/4 of the story feel plain.

The MC is not as prepared as the MC in The Reborn Otaku and Back to Apocalypse. He prepared, but not as detailed as those MC from other novel. And I don't think money was really the problem why he wasn't that prepare. And I don't think because he's back as Teenager either. But that's only my personal opinion and analysis of course.

Both MC and ML is Great Characters! Their team is also Good Supporting Members/Characters.

In General I gave the story + characters 7/10. But the last few chapters is Good so it became 8/10. <<less
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Chipmunkch33k5
Chipmunkch33k5 rated it
March 14, 2021
Status: c109
3.5 Stars (◍•ᴗ•◍)

From my experience of reading light novels so far, this one is mid tier. It's good enough for me to continue but I couldn't pay attention fully. However, the translation is great, the little food p*rn was nice and I also appreciated the way how they handled the cannon fodders lol.
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