Omniscient Reader’s Viewpoint

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Only I know the end of this world.

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전지적 독자 시점
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Recommendations
The Novel’s Extra (11)
The Tutorial Is Too Hard (4)
Reincarnator (3)
Trash of the Count’s Family (3)
My Death Flags Show No Sign of Ending (2)
Apocalypse Rebirth: Chief, Don’t Move! (1)

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Godgrid
Godgrid rated it
July 23, 2018
Status: c210
Okay, this is my first review so forgive me if I make any mistakes. Also contains spoilers so don't read if you don't want to get spoiled. This novel is one of the most popular webnovels in Korea right now and after catching up to the raws, I have to say, it's incredible

First, I'll describe what the novel is about because the description doesn't really explain anything. So the MC has been reading a webnovel for the last ten years but he's the only one reading it as it... more>> is extremely unpopular. Then suddenly, when he finishes the novel, the world suddenly changes and he's thrust into the story he was reading. Because he's the only one who read the novel, he's the only one who knows what's happening. His cheat is a txt file of the entire story, so he knows everything that happens in this world Hence the description of this novel: "Only I know the end of this world. (Well, that's not exactly true.. I'll tell you guys later, down in the spoilers)

Alright, I can see you guys thinking that it's just another generic Korean novel with an overwhelming cheat but it's not. Although it is pretty OP, he's not the strongest as there are still people from the novel he was reading from, like the protagonist.

World-building: It has a unique take on the "transported to another world" theme because the MC is not transported to another world, the world is transported to the MC's universe. It also reminds me of The Tutorial Is Too Hard as they have to go through "Scenarios" and godlike beings called Celestial Lords (Constellations in Rainbow Turtle's translations but I prefer Celestial Lord, it sounds much more cooler) watch them. It's a bit more complicated than that though because there are things like Sponsors (Basically, one of the Celestial Lords become your backer and you can get their weapons or skills) and Donations. Basically, think it as a Twitch where the characters are the actors. Like Twitch, there are multiple channels and the Celestial Lords browse through them to find something interesting. Also like Twitch, there are streamers, which are called dokkaebi who run the channels. As a whole, those channels are called the Star Stream which is extremely powerful. Pretty interesting right?

Characters: Well, I'm warning you but the protagonist of the novel which the MC (I'll just call him the protagonist and the our MC of the novel the MC to not confuse you guys) was reading is an asshole. I can already see dozens of reviews complaining that the protagonist is just cold blooded murdering machine and the novels sucks because of that. Well, he gets better. Not that his personality changes but he's not as much as an asshole to his comrades. You get used to him. The side characters are well developed as well, they actually have personality, they're not just dumb cardboard cutouts that praise the MC whenever he does something. They're carefully developed and they have flaws, like real people.

Power system: The power system is something I've seen before but the author has added a little extra that makes it extremely interesting.
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In this world, there's about three ways to gain power in this world (By the way, this is not related to the novel the MC was reading. First, as I mentioned above, is to get a Sponser to back you up. There are powerful and weak Celestial Lords with about two ranks dividing them, 위인 or 설화. I'm know what it means but I can't find the right word for them (Forgive me, I learned English by myself).

위인 ranked Celestial Lords: So 위인 (Pronounced we-in) I think means great men in google translate and what it means is the great figures in history. Someone like a famous general or a figure, they are the 위인 Celestial Lords. They are much weaker than the 설화 ranked Celestial Lords

설화 (pronounced seol-hwa) ranked Celestial Lords, they are beings from legends like the gods from Olympus (Greece), Angels and Jesus from Christianity, Veda from India, Buddha, and bunch of beings that have no affiliation with these groups but are still are extremely powerful.

If a Celestial Lord becomes your Sponser, you can get that being's possessions, weapon or their skills which are called Stigma. Obviously, the stronger, the better.

Second way to get power has to do with currency. For beating the Scenario, you can get a certain amount of Coins, the currency of Star Stream. Also, you can get donations from Celestial Lords who are watching the stream and like you. You can upgrade your stats or buy weapons.

Third way is to get the hidden pieces in each Scenario. Often, in a Scenario, there are secret dungeons or secret weapons or abilities that you can get if you know where they are. This is pretty unreliable though so this can be considered just as a add on to the two methods mentioned above.

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. The MC does get pretty OP has a incredible cheat but he doesn't seem that way because The protagonist is even more OP and has even more powerful cheats. In short, although MC is stronger than the other members in his team, the Protagonist is even more powerful

Story:

Story: The story is incredible. I'll admit that it sorta lagged at the start. Mostly because there were so many damn references to Korea's historical figures and I didn't really get it. And I'm Korean. Maybe that was because I sucked as History. Anyways, it might be a bit boring for you too (Might not be, it was still exciting). The story is immersive, exciting and I definitely recommend it.

As for why Kim dokja is not the only one who knows about this novel... well, think about it. At the start, there were at least a few readers right?
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Especially that plagiarizing author lol

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My personal favorite part is when
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He becomes a demon king and sacrifices himself so that his teammates can live. His title "The Demon King of Salvation". This can be considered as the end of Part 1. Part 2 starts with a revolution in the 73th demon world (A place that has no Demon King like Asmodeus). Although there's not enough information for me to say anything about it, I have high expectations for Part 2 as well

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All I can say it that I want to read the novel that the MC was reading. I can't understand why it failed when it seems to be so interesting! <<less
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A_Passing_Wanderer
A_Passing_Wanderer rated it
July 4, 2018
Status: --
Those giving it low scores should read a bit further on before doing so. I've read a fair bit of the original, and I can safely say that its incredible popularity in Korea is well deserved.

The story takes place in the modern Earth, when inexplicably, a deadly game of survival unfolds and the world falls into utter ruination. The MC of the story has a foreknowledge of the characters and the events that are about to appear, though, thanks to a certain webnovel he has been reading for the past... more>> 10 years. He also gains a several useful reading-related skills to help him out, too.

And it only gets better after that. Some people might be put off by the "slow-ish" start, but stick with it, and you will be rewarded with one hell of a ride. <<less
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CandleLight
CandleLight rated it
July 22, 2018
Status: c15
Review as of c15

Holy Crap!

I must say I’m surprised with this one. I wasn’t expecting it to be this good! Rainbow Turtle strikes again!

... more>> Plot: 5/5

Story of a reader living in the plot of his favourite novel. Sounds generic right? But when you add the terms channels, suscribers, donators, sponsors, and on, does it make you curious? And you add fantasy-apocalypse-gamelike settings genre? And an MC leaning to rational side, but not planning to solo-mode the whole thing? Ahhh I must say, I am hooked!

Characters: 4/5

Mostly MC for now, but overviewed other important characters as well. Can’t say much since it just started, but I’m liking everything I saw so far. Especially the said novel’s protagonist. He’s a douchebag, but I like it. Somehow, I could picture the novel MC read, and could sympathize why he liked it.

Translations: 5/5

Damn, it’s the almighty Rainbow Turtle, ‘nuff said.

Narration/Delivery: 4/5

So far the story had been very immersive. The pacing is great, diction and paragraphs flows amazing. Though, do not expect the western style descriptions that takes a whole paragraph. This novel is action packed and fast paced, not flower prose cake.

Recommend?

No, people, wait for a few more chapters because you will experience withdrawals otherwise.

You had been warned. Have a good day. <<less
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OneChompMan
OneChompMan rated it
September 18, 2018
Status: c61
This is not a unique novel in the slightest. In fact it copies all of its tropes from other novels. (The Tutorial is too hard, Reincarnator etc. And somehow does them worse)

Let's start with the PLOT

It started out great at first. As I said it was nothing different, just changed up a bit. Instead of MC being reborn he's instead living a novel he real in real life. The Story is both consistent and inconsistent. Consistent in the fact that there is a goal MC has and a system... more>> in place which doesn't change. Inconsistent in the fact that the author has no idea how to progress the story. You can tell he's making the story up as he's going and hasn't given much thought into it. The Author writes in a method that he can pull any character or any scenario out of thin air in the next chapter because the MC never foreshadows it. You would think that the MC being in the vicinity of one of the major characters in the story he knows would at least gloss over it a bit to give the reader a glimpse of what might happen in the future but nope, it's made that way to allow the author room to write whatever he's thinking at that particular time. This makes for largely inconsistent writing. Especially when the next mission MC saved an exact number of coins for has somehow changed from the main storyline but MC still somehow has the perfect amount of coins for it. Or the fact that sometimes the coins he saved aren't used at all. Don't even get me started on the amount of "get item. It's suddenly very important for the next event" scenario that is constantly overplayed

WRITING

it's well written hence why I gave it two stars. You can tell it's not his first work as an author. He explains a scenario without delving too deep into tedious details which is a turn off for some. The story progresses at an appropriate pace and the translation is top notch

CHARACTERS

MC acts like a boss around everyone but a complete bootlicker to the story's "MC". I can't blame him but he's sacrificed his pride for greed. If he told the MC his hidden card I doubt the MC would want to kill him; he's however adamant about keeping his ability secret even if things have pretty much changed as far as main story goes. He'd rather just kiss ass and kneel. The side characters are a mixture of cliche/one note/ and believable. You have the hothead justice lover, the quiet insecure heroine, the trusty rock sidekick full of loyalty etc. You won't see any change from them. The villains are largely better written with more character and sometimes end up becoming friends. MC himself isn't smart. He has information and that's all he has. He doesn't know how to make the most of situations outside his knowledge so he ends up making stupid decisions from a reader's perspective. The author may try to make him seem smart, but he's only as smart as the author. You as a reader would figure out multiple choices he could have made in particular scenarios that would have resulted in better outcomes and more advantages in the long run. And the story is written in such a way that it gives the author the ability to pull out sh*t from his ass to get the MC out of sticky situations that weren't foreshadowed. (Unless you count him saving coins as foreshadowing) and said plot devices are consequently dropped/ignored for the rest of the of the story to make room for more plot devices.

I rate this low because I hate plot armour and asspulls in stories as this MC and story has a lot of that. From this early on if the writing is this bad, I can't see it getting better in the long run. The author has also purposely left out just how many challenges are needed to complete the story because that gives him more leeway to milk this as long as possible. Unlike reincarnator with its 7 zones and TTITH with its 100 challenges, this one doesn't seem to have an end. <<less
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Raneday
Raneday rated it
August 28, 2018
Status: --
So far so good, it's one of those novels that you could finish reading in sitting due to the fact that you'll be too immerse in reading. Well the novel story is quite interesting and no over dramatic plots that would put you into table flipping mode or the likes.

Also I could really say that most of the high ratings review and rating is really well deserved by this novel that's all

Edit: Btw since the Synopsis didn't tell much 'bout the novel: The novel is 'bout a man who reads... more>> a novel and that said novel turned into reality. So he became a part of the said novel knowing most of the things that would happen in it, aside from the epilogue since it wasn't released when the event happened. <<less
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junjunjey
junjunjey rated it
August 12, 2018
Status: c31
I first gave this story 5 star for the first 20 or so chapters, and dropped it to 4 star by now.

Since there have been quite a few reviews about the good part of the novel, I'll simply state why I dropped my rating by 1 star.

Simply put, his foreknowledge is too much convenient of a plot device. The plot is already so redundant this early. This formula is basically a set and is always repeated:

He's in the scenario > He knows what will happen > He knows what to... more>> do to beat the scenario > He moves to the next scenario.

Rinse and repeat for what I assume will be for perpetuity.

And while he is at it, he knows the best on how to acquire as many donations as possible; such as saying specific line specific constellation would like, doing specific deed a specific constellation would like, etc. Also, he knows what to do to trigger the hidden quest in many scenario and of course, included how to beat it flawlessly. Not to mention he also knows the location of treasures (and how to get that), many unusual items in the dokkaebi shop (and how to use it to its fullest potential), how to get certain rare skills by doing some random unthinkable deed.

His foreknowledge is on equal (if not more OP) than Doraemon's 4D pocket.

Another point, the Protagonist (not the MC, but the Regressor) is so damn edgy definitely one of the most cringy character I've ever seen. <<less
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d3adlyjoker
d3adlyjoker rated it
August 20, 2018
Status: --
Great story. What ruins an story with an overpowered character to me, especially in korean novels, is when they are too cold hearted. This main character is relateable, smart and not, frankly, a psycopath.
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Mindless
Mindless rated it
July 9, 2018
Status: c4
The plot is normal. I mean it doesn't differ much other novels with same genre, the only unique thing is mc's "cheat", and cheat being unique is still normal for that genre, but still I don't no why but I want to sucker punch the guy on the left side of poster
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bloggbigg
bloggbigg rated it
September 14, 2018
Status: c59
This is actually pretty good storytelling without a lot of that 'cohesive world cannon' or 'dynamic plotting'. I don't want to suggest there is no plotting- there is a framework and roster of characters which interact, etc- but for the most part it's undisguised pop-up events, and actually (for what this is) that's alright.

The GOOD:

  • Reasonably interesting MC
  • Fast developing, somewhat interesting plotting.
  • Lots of action, challenges, cliffhangers, and 'surprising' resolutions... kinda
  • A bit of mystery which is actually semi-justified.
The BAD:

  • So much deus ex machina, plot armor & forced plotting. The structure of the surrounding story vehicle 'excuses' it, but it's still there. Some implementations are actually 'clever', but mostly, it's 'magic'.
  • Plot puppet characters abound. To be fair, a slight amount of attention is given to some characters in developing their personalities- but don't expect too much, or anything but factors convenient to the plot/current scenario.
  • The story framework (foreknowledge via time travel, magical development, influencable magical beings, earnable, spendable 'points', magical auction, etc) is pretty much a (rehashed) farce which is a lazy writer's dream of 'anything can be enabled' pseudo-legitimately.
  • Lots of mystery which is really 'only you, the reader don't have a clue' (the MC knows all).
  • The occasional interjection of retcon 'convenient knowledge', and 'pseudo politics' of behind the scenes characters or history. All of it is 'on demand' & used to justify the immediate plot.
The DIFFERENT:

  • I don't know if (at this point) 'Calamity as televised entertainment' should be considered 'different'- but it's not a frequent story focus, so for those that like this infrequent theme, 'here you go'.
All in all, it'll depend on your taste if you find this likeable, but I think in most cases it'll still pass as interesting.
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Mio26
Mio26 rated it
September 12, 2018
Status: c58
It's hidden gem.

Just read first 5 chapters (episode 1) and you would know what I mean. It starts like normal novel and not like light novel. And although after episode 1 action becomes more important than writing style, still it's really well written and translated. This is not work of some lazy author who just wants to make easy money on readers. You can actually see that this story is well thought out and author has idea for whole, not only beginning. There could be some spoilers in the review.

Our... more>> main MC is Kim Dokja and Dokja can also mean reader in Korean. And that's exactly who he is. He is the only person who finished unpopular light novel (this is the only thing which is a little far-fetched although after some time we got to know why this novel was so unpopular) which he was reading for 10 years. And this light novel, "Three Ways to Survive in a Ruined World" becomes reality. Humans become part of survival game which is watched by constellation and hosted by beings called Dokkaebis (streamers). He adapts to situation very fast and even he feels some kind of joy of becoming part of the story which he loves so much. But it doesn't mean that he is psychopath. He is just die hard fan of novel but he has his own reflection about it. Have you ever read book and thought "I would do this differently if I were main protagonist". That's exactly what MC wants to do. Author really well grasps character of "reader"
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also other readers and even writer-plagiarist.

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Although before he is typical life loser who escape from reality thanks to light novels
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he actually has reason to be like that (it looks like he has realistic tragic past).

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Other characters in the story are pretty well developed and we can divide them into 2 categories:

  1. Characters of original "Three Ways to Survive in a Ruined World": MC knows them well: their past, future, goals, needs, character and skills. But it doesn't mean that they can't suprise him somehow and that's because author come up with very good setup of "original" novel.
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    Protagonist of original story is regressor. He starts "game" multiple times so there were different kind scenarios of many situations. There are also other readers who eventhough didn't finish novel, they still changed story because of their knowledge just like MC.

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    Also MC doesn't only know humans, he also understand very well constellation and Dokkaebis. And of course he uses that knowledge.

    The most important character of this category is main protagonist of "Three Ways to Survive in a Ruined World":Yoo Jonghyuk. He is ex-professional player who is OP and very dangerous man. MC describes his attitude to him as "Love-Hate". But he knows that he absolutely needs him because of his strength
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    and because he is regressor. He doesn't know what happen with him if Yoo Jonghyuk decides to start everything again. He could just disappear from the story because he wasn't in original novel.

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    Yoo Jonghyuk is typical main character of ligh novel, lonely wolf who wants to achieve everything alone and use people only as his tools. Definitely his behaviour is somehow related to his past (probably something a la Kirito from SAO). He isn't easy person to manipulate and he has his own rules. But his mind is very fragile.
  2. Characters who weren't in original novel: they weren't because they would somehow die but they were saved by MC
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    or other readers

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    and his actions. Especially characters who were saved by MC in first scenario trust him blindly but it's understandable. He is their savior who guided them through deadly situations. But it doesn't mean that they are just MC's puppets who are forgotten as the story goes on. They're distinguished and have different values. MC doesn't completely understand them and their skills. He sometimes manipulate them but it is not always easy like in other novels.
Game system: typical, there are levels and skills which you can get naturally (predisposition) or thanks to your own main sponsor (constellation). Main sponsor can manipulate your behaviour or order you. You level up thanks to coins which you get from rewards from scenarios or thanks to constellations who like your behaviour (like in typical streaming broadcast). You can also buy items from Dokkaebis.
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Lack of coins can sometimes means death.

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For now one of the best part of this story is pretty well and realistic analyse of people and crowd's behaviour during crisis situation. There are people who lose their hope and lack of initiative. There are also such who try to gain benefit of this situation. MC doesn't behave like saint and saves everyone. He knows that only those who accept reality and take matters into their own hands will stay alive. That's why he can be harsh but it's true help for others.

Setup is not only well thought out but also author makes fullest use of it. This is not a case when at the beginning there is interesting setup but at the end everything is about MC being OP and leveling up or earning. Knowing future and being a reader are important part of the story and it looks like it doesn't change to the end. Great thing is that MC also uses skills of other characters of origin novel and he knows that he needs them to get through other scenarios. And there are others characters who actually think and try to mess up his plans.

This is not completly funny story but there are some situation which make you laugh out loud.
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Night of the prophets was great fun

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Overall humour is on good level. There is also pretty good parody of streaming broadcast and readers behaviours.

I know that there are positive review and great ratings of crappy novels on this site. But believe me, this is not the case. This is one of these light novels which become classic. I even suspect that actually "Novel's extra" ripped it off a little.
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Probably author of Novel's extra is the same who wrote SSSSS grade infinite regressor.

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Omniscient Reader's Viewpoint is really something worth of your time and you would not regret reading it. <<less
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Ner0
Ner0 rated it
July 19, 2018
Status: c11
Incredibly immersive story. Despite the lack of descriptions, the author manage to create a distinctive setting for his characters.

I recommand this story for any fan of the fantasy genre looking for a complex story.
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Derpy
Derpy rated it
October 2, 2018
Status: c74
(Read up to c74) (Sorry for grammar)

The unpredictable novel I've read so far, in a good way of course. When you expect a typical Korean Novel with typical plot after reading the early parts, then BOOM! Stuff happens that you never think happens. It is refreshing to read as you were so used to the morals of Asian culture and want a change of pace.
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dniv
dniv rated it
August 25, 2018
Status: --
Excellent story. Very interesting setting. Developed side-characters. Creative. Good worldbuilding. And the MC is especially unusual for a KN in the sense that he still retains much of his humanity. Overall, it's been very satisfying and exciting so far. 5/5
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verine
verine rated it
August 2, 2018
Status: c22
I normally don't write reviews but this novel is an experience that I hope that others can enjoy as well. The story is original, well written and compelling. The main character is decidedly self-serving but not in an obnoxious way that most main characters are- sometimes I completed drop a novel for the blatant and unnecessary violence that a character conveys just to look "not like a typical hero". This novel is a breath of fresh air amidst the plethora of apocalypse novels on this website.

I highly recommend it to... more>> readers who like interesting twists and turns as well as a different type of power system. <<less
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Green_Leaf
Green_Leaf
July 12, 2018
Status: c7
Where's the rest?!

Oh um ahhh here I guess

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So our MC is into novels. A novel he read ended. Once that novel ended everything that happened in that novel happened irl. Pretty much a character being transmigrated into a novel that he's read before. It's pretty good.

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Xininja
Xininja rated it
August 6, 2018
Status: c27
This is good. I don't have much to say. But if you like story that builds on character and finds reason on the actions of people, then read this. Not every character they meet is "overbearing" like in chinese novel. Sadly it's only on chapter 27 for now so it'll take a while before anything repetitive shows. But at least it isn't like most chinese novel which is a set pattern of

  1. Found enemy
  2. Fight enemy
    2a. Too strong - retreat and power up
    2b. Too weak - blows them away and slaughter you path through.
  3. Go to next location
  4. Repeat.
Can't say every Korean novel isn't like this too. But if there isn't a realistic objective, then it just feels repetitive.
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knifeandko
knifeandko rated it
July 6, 2018
Status: c9
There is not a lot translated so far, but this novel looks promising. The plot hook is both cliche and somewhat new at the same time. The usual part about knowledge about the future is improved with the way it is implemented - a novel that the MC has been reading for 10 years and which ended the day before apocalypse. So, he's not a regressor in the strict sense. Protagonist's skills are on par with other people in the beginning. Plus, the knowledge is somewhat limited by source material,... more>> i.e. If a character saves somebody that died in novel he is not able to get new information about them.

The writing is good and translation is nice, so maybe try it and see for yourself. <<less
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Simple As It
Simple As It rated it
October 7, 2018
Status: c80
this is made me question whether this story was actually Shounen AI... I mean, there is too much bromace here.

Well, for now the stories was well written but nothing ground breaking nor special about it, it just well executed. The phase, the story plot (don't get mistaken with the MC plot armor tho), the interaction was well balanced, though it's a bit remind me of The Reincarnator which is similar type of story except from side-character POV.

I might recommend it if you're looking something that not too heavy but not... more>> too light either, a well balanced dish. I rate it 4 stars because it's average and I'm a bit biased to rainbow turtle, hehe <<less
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G-Ousen
G-Ousen rated it
September 11, 2018
Status: c55
No doubt, this is a genius novel. The settings are very unique and interesting + good MC I really like him + non-stop action ni boring slice of life but still, needs some breaks here and there. Physcological fighs are intense here If you like that. But to me, I wish there were some bloody physical fight scenes but maybe that will happen in the future. Also Im not really fond of the first person point of view. All in all, this is a must read.
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mmerijn
mmerijn rated it
September 12, 2018
Status: c16
I am only 16 chapters in and I have lost count of the amount of times I burst out laughing at how this author deals with common tropes in these kinds of novels, and on top of that there is a perfect balance between being on the edge of your seat and relaxed story telling to give you an exciting but not overwhelming story.
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