Villain Days

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After transmigrating into the body of Amano Yuu, the villain of the boys’ love novel Shinjin Gakuen – Beloved by Maou, the new Yuu attempts to live peacefully in hopes of not triggering any death flags. This is difficult, since the Hero’s main love interest, along with all the handsome side characters, just won’t leave Yuu alone!

Bit by bit, Yuu unravels the secrets of his predecessor’s past…and things aren’t as simple as they seem.

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悪役Days
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Recommendations
Quick Transmigration Cannon Fodder’s Record of Counterattacks (4)
Dare ga Otome Geemu Dato Itta! (4)
Transmigrating into a Mob Character to Rehabilitate the Villain Plan (3)
The Scum Villain’s Self-Saving System (3)
Mob… Sore mo Waki Mob no Hazu Nan Desu Kedo!? (2)
Nurturing the Hero to Avoid Death (2)

Latest Release

Date Group Release
05/18/19 Kuroneko Translations c58 (end)
05/18/19 Kuroneko Translations c57
12/31/18 Kuroneko Translations c56
12/26/18 Kuroneko Translations c55
12/25/18 Kuroneko Translations c54
12/24/18 Kuroneko Translations c53
06/15/18 Sleepchaser c52
03/04/18 Sleepchaser c51
02/07/18 Sleepchaser c50
12/31/17 Sleepchaser c49
08/17/17 Sleepchaser c48
07/29/17 Sleepchaser c47
07/24/17 Sleepchaser c46
07/23/17 Sleepchaser c45
07/22/17 Sleepchaser c44
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Honey B
New Honey B rated it
June 7, 2019
Status: Completed
If you want a harem bl story with ... more>>
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no resolution on who the MC chooses

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then this story is for you.

If you want a wishy-washy, weak willed, nearly slutty, ditzy MC, then this story is for you.

If you want a host of good men fawning over an MC that has no defining trait OTHER THAN BEING A D*MN CRYBABY, then this story is definitely for you.

If you aren't interested in how or why the MC transmigrated into the novel, and want to remain clueless about the MC's backstory, then this story is for you.

BUT UNFORTUNATELY I WANTED THE OPPOSITE OF ALL THE ABOVE AND GOT NOTHING IN RETURN BUT A HOST OF UNANSWERED QUESTIONS AND ZERO CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT BECAUSE
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THE MC WAS INDECISIVE TO THE BITTER END.

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WTF!!! So evidently this story is not for me 😓 <<less
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Hweianime
New Hweianime rated it
June 6, 2019
Status: Completed
I enjoyed this, seriously, I did. It’s a great quick read (about 2-3 hours?) for people who aren’t really looking for plot and just want to indulge in the cliche of reincarnation and harem tropes. The translation is good, it’s pretty cute except ... more>>
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there is a rape scene near the end- not by a love interest though

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I think my main complaint is the supposed main love interest who sucks. He just. He sucks.
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Like you don’t even see him that often after a bit, you get a bunch of chapters in his point of view in an attempt to win our favor of the guy but he’s just, ugh, he’s so useless storywise. Less than useless really since he’s literally the source of the MC’s problems (because of his fans jealousy etc) and yet he doesn’t really do that much but feel guilty while legit most of the other supporting love interests are running around trying to do sh*t. Genbu and Teruki are the best. Legit you will stay just for them. Especially Genbu. I do feel bad for Teruki though, he does the most work overall in protecting MC but gets the least action.

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Because of this terrible choice in picking the main love interest I give thee 4/5 <<less
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yourheatherness1297
The main problem of the novel is that the story lacks direction, while the characters lack 'character.'

the novel is basically Mary Sue Fanfiction.

proofs:

... more>> 1. At the beginning, the MC's goal was to 'survive' by not taking on the villain role. Thus, he becomes this 1-dimensional mary sue character, who magically attracts hot guys because of really shallow reasons or events.

2. We do not see the characters develop at all. Their main defining 'trait' is that they like the MC and will do anything for him. Then throw in some cliche character tropes like hot leading man, hot bestfriend, hot rival in love, hot mysterious guy, all of whom love the MC.

3. Characters just pop in while not really contributing anything to the 'story.'

4. Lots of filler scenes and conversations that just talk about the MC, or his relationships, or him talking with other boys. 5. The leading man and the MC's relationship development is very lacking. Theres gonna be tons of chaptera where they don't really interact with each other. Instead, we see MC just get caught up in drama and make out sessions with other boys. <<less
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Yumika12345
Yumika12345 rated it
April 26, 2017
Status: --
I like the novel so far its well written and the story may be a little cliche with the reincarnated villain troupe but all in all a fun and light read. The only thing I don't agree with the novel is the 2 childhood friends of our protagonist.

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so basically our MC lost his mother as a little kid and is thrust into a new home with his dad and his distant relatives who he has never met before. He's scared and shy and then he meets these 2 boys a little older then him who treat him very well as well as spoil him rotten literally. As he grows up he obviously becomes a little selfish. When his 2 childhood friends enter high school they grow distant and are busy with club activities. Our MC gets bullied and blamed for doing selfish things that were all just rumors made up by jealous fan boys of the 2 childhood friends. Instead of investigating if these baseless rumors were true or not these 2 childhood friends who are practically our MC's whole world decide to believe these rumors. They only see his selfish side and don't even try to talk to him about it. All they do is try to distance themselves from the MC. Like NO. One of the friends even laid a hand on our MC and used him as a s*x friend. Basically manipulated and took advantage of our MC's feelings for him. In the original story MC gets dumped by this friend and thrown away. You can't just use other people like this and manipulate their feelings and when your're tied just throw them away. In the original world MC commits suicide and dies. These 2 childhood friends that should have looked after him abandoned him in his time of need when he was getting bullied and they blame it on his selfish attitude when he only developed this selfish attitude because of them. I don't like how they controlled him when young and took up all of his time but then just left him to fend for himself. He wasn't even able to make one proper friend in junior high because his whole world revolved around them since young. Wheew just had to rant about this but to be honest in the whole harem my least favorite would have to be these 2. My favorite would have to be the disciplinary chairman. He comes later on in the chapters tho

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Gluttony
Gluttony rated it
June 6, 2017
Status: c31
The translator is doing an absolutely lovely job but unfortunately the novel itself is just a terribly executed cliche of misunderstandings, childish school, politics, and Mary Sues. On the other hand, if you want something quick, dirty and mindless to read this is the perfect novel for your consumption.
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paputsza
paputsza rated it
June 4, 2017
Status: c28
Well. There are too many tropes and too much Mary Sue in this for me to enjoy. The MC transmigrates into a misunderstood villain from an otome game. Through a positive personality that involves having s*x with everyone and having everyone fall madly in love with them because the MC ignores the characters everyone sees the "light" and continues to to questionable seme things. So like 80% shallow tropes and 20% implied smut. The romance was too predictable to count into that percentage.

I don't like otome games though, so maybe... more>> someone who did would like this. <<less
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Blisfulloblivion
Blisfulloblivion rated it
May 6, 2017
Status: c16
Story is pretty good. In Villain Days rather than the MC reincarnating into a despicable character it's almost like going back in time. There is no talk about their prior life or memories of Japan. Other than knowing that they're living in a game setting they only know things from their current life.

This makes it feel more like a second chance story than reincarnation. Also, as things progress the MC is revealed to be a victim rather than a villain. With a focus on self reflection and redemption from... more>> his friends/love interests who's actions had led him to suicide in the original timeline. This gives the a completely different feel from other otome game stories. Truthfully, this story is much better than most of the otome game stories you find on NU.

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And I have to agree with opinion on the two friends. As much as I enjoy reading this they were terrible friends and don't really deserve the MC's forgiveness.

That being said, this story focuses quite a bit on their redemption as they realize their mistakes and the horrible consequences that they caused. While the MC forgives very quickly, he doesn't really remember much and so the impact of what he suffered because of them is greatly reduced. It makes the forgiveness much more reasonable since he truly doesn't recall the things that caused his depression. As a reader though, I hope that in the end neither of the friends end up with the MC. They both obsessed over him, tried to isolate him, and took advantage of him. This eventually led to the MC's ruin as he was unintentional ruined by the selfishness of two closest people in his life.

And when the light in his eyes dimmed and he lost his bright personality they left him. Put of by the change in his character they never bothered to find out why he changed. And when rumors slandering his character were spread around they chose to believe them instead of discovering the truth. In the original timeline the MC commits suicide after being strung along, isolated, and used by what he believed to be his friend and lover. So now that the MC has lost his memories and regained his bright personality they both flock to him again. They are slowly learning the truth about the MC prior situation and feel regret. And while I appreciate their remorse I feel that they don't deserve the MC and that their selfishness will only ruin him again. I really hope he ends up with one of the other love interests as they seem to actually care.

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Narutolvr
Narutolvr rated it
November 1, 2017
Status: c48
I want to rate this story higher, I really do. I just can't stand the story. The translator is endearing and genuinely loves the work (s) he is translating, which is why I wish I could like Villain Days more. But it's just terrible. Cliches and misunderstandings aside, the MC is quite possibly the worst character I've come across in a light novel yet. I'd call him a Gary Stu (male Mary Sue) but he doesn't even have that much personality. The MC is basically a mannequin- the other characters... more>> do whatever they want to him and he just sort of sits there and takes it. And then persecutes himself for no apparent reason. Rape him? No worries, just tell him your name and you'll be forgiven. Dislike him? Just make some wild claim that has no basis in reality and he'll believe you and hate himself, despite what the truth is. I seriously don't understand what's wrong with him. But enough about that pet rock we call an MC, let's talk about the other things wrong with the story:

  1. Crappy backstory. According to the plot, the MC suddenly woke up one day and didn't remember anything. But he immediately realizes he's in a game world. At no point does he recall his previous world or having heard of or played the game before. In fact, the author goes on to say the MC doesn't remember anything about the current or past him. So how the hell does he know he's been "reborn"? How is he so sure it's a game world? Wouldn't the most logical thought in that situation be that he's psychic or dreaming or something? This is a plot hole that would literally take 1 sentence to fix, but the author just leaves it hanging.
  2. Are they in an all-boys' school or what? AKA crappy setting. Yet another case of the author not telling us something in 1 sentence that wouldn't leave us wondering for all 58 chapters. I know BL novels have a knack for not having (read: ignoring) female characters, but this is ridiculous. 48 chapters in and I only know of 3 clearly female characters, only one of whom we've met (hint: it's that one nurse with 2 whole lines!). But we don't actually know if they're in a co-ed school or not so half of those random classmates all talking at once could be girls. Even the translator misunderstood and thought one of the rival characters was female. It just seems like an unnecessary amount of confusion to leave the readers.
  3. Everything sounds awkward. Honestly, this might be an issue with the writing or the fact that it's an MTL project, but the story is super awkward to read. Whether it's the monologues or dialogues, it reads more like a robot pretending to be human than a human. I don't even know what exactly is so discomfiting about it; maybe it's the fact that the author will say the same thing multiple times in different ways, when saying it even once was unnecessary because a character just expressed that emotion via action.
  4. Why is any of this drama even happening? It's kind of a spoiler from here on out so be ready for it:
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Everything is literally Hiroto's fault. People hate Yuu because they think he's stalking Hiroto or that he's interfering with Hiroto's relationships, yada yada yada. Basically, they think it's Yuu's one-sided feelings that are getting in the way. So why doesn't Hiroto just come out and say he likes Yuu? Or spend some time with Yuu in a friendly way in view of other's and express they're just normal childhood friends? Or suppress the mad rumors about Yuu by saying they don't have any relationship? Basically, all he has to do is come forward and say something. But he just sits there waiting for something to happen to Yuu so he can freak out about it later. Unless he's got a fetish for worrying, this isn't making sense. No one is busy to the point where they're that unaware of everything around them, especially considering he'd known the reason for Yuu's first run in with bullying was because of rumors spread by his fans.

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Long story... long, it's a bad story. The unedited, amateurish nature of light novels is appealing, but not to this extent. You could find better stories on the back of a serial box. But there are only so many translated BL novels so you take what you get, I guess. I just don't want this to be anyone's first because it can turn you off BL or even light novels for good imo. <<less
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Reitama
Reitama rated it
May 26, 2017
Status: --
3 Stars (as of Ch. 28) :

As the story seems to progress, it seems that Yuu is starting to forget the vow he'd made to himself in the earlier chapter about survival. I start to find him more dislikeable due to the fact that he's such a slut/a submissive uke who lets whoever f**k with his body.

What's more is that at the beginning, many would find his childhood friends dislikeable because they've abandoned him in his time of need.

And it seems that as the story progressed, his other childhood friend's... more>> existence seems to fade (as I am on Ch. 28 right now, maybe in the next translated chapters, we'll have more of Childhood Friend #2.) <<less
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nadeshikoyuu
nadeshikoyuu rated it
June 20, 2018
Status: c52
This reader has something to say:

So, after reading this much of the novel, I must say this story is actually a diamond in the rough — except that diamond is really dusty, unpolished, uncut, and probably still in the rock in terms of plot development.

Plot: Truth be told there isn’t much. The story itself is very 2D, straight-line, melodramatic romance. If you’re looking for a sad light read in between updates, this is pretty good.

Characters: Putting others aside, despite how other reviewers see Yuu, I actually think he’s a very... more>> interesting character. Also correction, this kid is in no way a ‘Mary Sue’; this kid is a very deeply traumatized boy who suffers from abandonment and separation anxiety, to the point where he accepts anything and anyone that approaches him.

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And unlike what the synopsis says, I have reason to believe that The ‘new Yuu’ isn’t even transmigrated, but actually a future Yuu who was actually reborn after his suicide, but probably due to high stress and anxiety, and other psychological issues, he actually lost his memory, and made up a personal setting about being a transmigrated person. But then again it could just be me over-interpreting. :P

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Some of the other characters are interesting too, but really underdeveloped.

In conclusion: If this story/concept idea had a different/better author, it most likely would’ve been a big hit. It’s sad that the author didn’t do it justice.

The translator is a darling, I do agree with that. <<less
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Alta
Alta rated it
June 30, 2017
Status: --
How I summarize my opinion: "This is BL."

And by that I mean, before any other way to tag this, BL comes first

It plays with a lot of BL tropes. But that's not necessarily a bad thing. As a true lover of BL as perverted as that might sound, I like and appreciate this novel. It's has all the right ingredients for a good read for a BL otaku. You have the "angelic type of uke with alpha-male characters who can't help but fall in love with him but most of... more>> which will have their hearts unwittingly broken by said too innocent to hate said uke" type of set-up. But, it also has a lot of the classic irrationality in plot and character traits born from the need to make a conflicted romance bloom.

As generic as that sounds, it didn't change the fact that it was able to make my heart twinge at the protagonist's suffering and fill with happiness as he makes better relationships.

So overall, it's really what the tags say: a school life yaoi harem with it's own comedy and romance drama. If you're in the mood for that, this is a good read. <<less
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Nia_K
Nia_K rated it
June 15, 2018
Status: c51
I wish I could rate this more totally love the translator, they are really into their work and you can feel their dedication but I seriously hate the story... The MC is just too annoying and stupid, a doormat and a mary sue and the ML is a disappointing piece of garbage. No character development and MC seems to just do the deed with just about everyone. It's a read for a mindless afternoon where you don't really have to care for story.
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mufti
mufti rated it
June 18, 2017
Status: c33
For machine translation, this is too good. Good job Sleepchaser-sama! ^_^) ~b

I'v get hooked by the fact that our MC in 'Origin Novel' is not a bad Villain.. But have to faced a really bad ending that I can't accept it!

I pray to God for Yuu Happiness.
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JuuHachi
JuuHachi rated it
May 13, 2017
Status: c23
The childhood capture targets are annoying but that's just their character flaws moving on Villain Days is differentiates itself from other novels in the same category with the MC not changing into a different person once the memory regained. It's more like the MC reverted back (in the eyes of the capture targets mainly the childhood friends) to his initial state. An introvert.

The reality however is that MC is now being seen for who he really is without his actions being warped. Though naturally people still get the wrong idea... more>> or still believed in the rumors about MC despite that he already has his support group.

There are R18 scenes that are most likely won't be in your taste if you closely examine the psychology stuff behind it but hopefully as the story goes on the flag for R18 scenes won't be disturbing (in a sense).

Villain Days is recommended for people into BL, it has a good plot, a good characterization that makes them more human (not necessarily the good ones but still human) and MC's situation pulls on the heart strings (though that maybe just me who's weak to soft-hearted characters trying their best) <<less
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mariri 199x_
mariri 199x_ rated it
December 29, 2018
Status: Completed
Edit, Some additional notes after finishing the story: The ending more or less redeems the story, but not to the extent that it's suddenly great. I just like how author-san left it at that.

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I was rooting for genbu and for a second I was sure it was heading that way. but the ending where yuu had to reconcile with himself and his existence as a different entity from the previous yuu... that was a nice touch

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I'm laughing so hard. This is soo bad it's good? Like. This is the kind of trash you read if you don't want to use your brain.

MC is transmigrated into the body of an otome game villain. He loses a huge chunk of memory at first, but he regains them (signalled by headache + flashback + fainting combo) whenever he meets significant characters.

Original villain is said to be this bitchy obssessive guy, but a series of interwoven discoveries show how he isn't just that, and that he has significant history with the love interests. And I guess, you kinda get how he morphed into a sad, sad, tragic villain whereas he was described once by the love interests as "angel" when they wherr kids since he just happens to be their childhood friend. In the original plotline, he's driven to commit suicide... I think. It was mentioned somewhere.

Everyone falls in love with the MC here. Also, s*x is treated very casually? And MC can do no wrong!

This might end up being a huge waste of your time, yeah. But entertaining read. Like, if you have nothing better to do or you're procrastinating big time. Plus, translations are just about to be done hehe.

Ngl tho. Once I finish this, I probably wont think about this ever again. <<less
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reed_wei_wei rated it
May 5, 2018
Status: c51
I'm currently waiting for 7 more chapters but nevertheless the story is quite a melodrama one...

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I just think that the way the author potrays the MC suffering is just so sad and I love how they pampers they pampered the MC..

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until the last of this novel I will just stick my rating as I love them so much so far
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B2j
B2j rated it
March 12, 2018
Status: c51
I like all the character tropes and the smut and all but just the MC I can’t stand. I would even prefer Snake-san over the MC. The MC is a very big hypocrite. He first is scared of the skinship between his childhood doggies but after like 1 second after meeting them, he acts casual to the point he’d do them. And don’t even say it’s rape on the doggies’ part since the MC DID hug them back and didn’t resist strongly, tacitly agreeing to it. He easily forgives and... more>> smiles at everything. He takes everything and that makes him to be very weak and a huge idiot. How he met with the other characters is also ridiculous. They just fall in love with him the moment they sees him smile. Not just in love, theyre infatuated, all yanderes to some degree. Calling them “Yuu’s infatuated fanatic protection squad” is no exaggeration. Everyone’s mental anguish is also really dumb. They know all the rumors are bs, they know who did it, and they know why he did it but never really puts a definite end to it but instead comes running to comfort Yuu after he’s already hurt. Also, all of it just really boils down to Hiroto. Instead of saying something and doing something significant, he goes and seduces the mastermind. Like why the f**k would u do that for? It has no point. Honestly, it seems Hiroto has the highest possibility of being the ML and this is really disappointing. I think Genbu Airu is the best candidate and Byakko Teruki is best man. Genbu has the right amount of charm and doesn’t miss too much of attention and shows his love in the best way out of all the characters except Teruki. Some possible mls are glossed over too like Mizuki (which now turns into just a background wingman) and Kenshin. Kenshin literally disappears from the story for a while even though he’s supposed to be inportant. Also the story skips a lot of things that can be expanded upon like it mentioned Yuu’s redenvouzes with Kenshin after kendo club and I never recall it mentioning it ever again. I’m like when did this happen? More details please! Replay the scene! I think Snake-san is much more of a developed character compared to the MC. He’s strong willed, determined, and knows how to mask his face and use his head. While the MC just blush, smile, faints, and cries. Arghh the amount of crying he does for the slightest amount of reason can flood a whole stadium. He’s also very rash and reacts in a very unnatural way. When Snake-san called Yuu and led him by nose, I was like u believed that bs? I can tell it’s a lie from the very first word! All the mls are really frustrating me (except Genbu) since all they ever do is stress how Yuu is so important and how they want to protect him while not actually making that come true, oh and except Teruki. The pace is unstable, the povs unreliable, the story forced. Worst of all, it doesn’t even describe the s*x scenes properly. The most is just mentioning kissing and some forplay and skips the rest so the reader can imagine the rest. It’s a smut for f**ks sake, give me some penetration! At this point, the mc’s character is fading out and all I can see him do is cry and blush under anybody’s touch. I’m actually more attracted to Snake-san and his story. The mls are just making me roll my eyes, except Teruki and Genbu. Yuu doesn’t deserve Teruki or Genbu, just Hiroto, he can have Hiroto. Teruki’s too sacrificial and Genbu is too perfect for him. Nevertheless, I hope Genbu gets his happiness. Everyone else can f**k off. <<less
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akuma_river
akuma_river rated it
October 6, 2017
Status: c48
I think it's interesting because the protagonist of this story gives us information we/he never had about the novel/game he was brought into (or gained access to the plot) which makes his character (the villain) a VERY tragic one. Used, abused, misunderstood, desperate for connections to past friends, reputation utterly destroyed, turned dark through impotent rage at the injustice of everything, and ultimately suicide (?). And it was ALL a plot by a very twisted f**k who was jealous of this kid (villain) since middle school because of the closeness... more>> of his relationship with the LI character.

And just one event, changes EVERYTHING.

Honestly, the LI just ticks me off. Especially, who he was in the original storyline and how f**king oblivious he was and how he used/abused the villain. I don't think he deserves the HEA it looks like he is going to get...

But it is interesting how his character changed and through him the entire story and all because of an accident and jealously (amnesia? you forgot me? oh hell no bitch you mine). Also, the s*x thing through me for a loop. I never expected the villain and him to have that type of relationship. I thought it was one-sided based on what the main protagonist knew about the original storyline. Even the story had a lying narrator who hid a sh*t tone of information.

LI is also, technically, the savior of the villain as well as the executioner and cause of his greatest heartache and his demise (original storyline).

The overall uniqueness of the twist on the villain's past relationship with the LI makes this worthwhile to read even if the tropes and stereotypicalness of the storyline can be seen from miles away. <<less
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SayMrrp
SayMrrp rated it
September 15, 2017
Status: c48
Slightly confusing (MTL, no one's fault), but a good quick read.

A bit of angsty/fluffy misunderstanding. MC is passive. MLs aren't that bad. Everyone important is in love with the MC.
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MillenniumMoon
MillenniumMoon rated it
August 17, 2017
Status: c31
It's good and the translation quality and speed is nice as well but I can only rate this as 3 stars since I really couldn't care much for the MC. He's too passive not to mention too dense. It gets really irritating with how passive he is.

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He just lets anyone (love interests even when they just met) molest him. Either through kissing or even doing him. Like seriously? He just friggin takes it with only halfhearted protests. Then there's his absurd denseness; The male lead is pretty much head over heels for him and it's so freaking OBVIOUS but of course it doesn't penetrate through his thick skull. Even though he has been done many times and being so treasured by the guy.

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chamchaworld
chamchaworld rated it
July 18, 2017
Status: c1
It's a cute BL story. So if you expect any deep plot, you will not find those here. Just a cute story with harem. Like an otome game villainess novel story with boy as the main character. Good for light reading if you tired with plot.
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Ennes
Ennes rated it
May 20, 2019
Status: c58
The rating is mostly for the translator's effort. Pretty much giving it 2.5 actually but can't put half hence 3.

Couldn't really recommend, since it's plot had too many plotholes. The characters doesn't feels alive. MC is annoyingly Mary Sue. MLs personality are not likeable. Storyline feels forced to take the direction it goes. Take it just for light reading and don't expect much when reading it.
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