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181 Chapters (Complete)
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As if it wasn’t enough for me to be reincarnated as a child in the slums, I was taken to a city of crime and became a test subject.
But then, when I saw the man that came to destroy the research institute, I realized that this was the world of an angst-filled reverse harem novel.
While living a relatively normal life after escaping from the institute, the heroine of the novel moved in next door.
From the looks of it, I might be the heroine’s neighbor extra.
Originally, the heroine was to save the unconscious and fatally wounded villain and in return, be subject to a fanatical obsession.
But, why. Why is the sub-villain collapsed in front of my house?
The sub-villain, Lakis Avalon, was the king of the underworld and the very same frightening man that I had met at the institute before.
I took a moment’s glance around then I kicked the man’s body away.
You’ve got the wrong house, Villain.
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집 잘못 찾아오셨어요, 악역님
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- Transmigrated into side character
- NC KR romance
- Novels That I've Read
- Reincarnated Isekai--Female Protag General
verymary sued. (Yep, she freaking is.) for no apparent reason everybody loves her cold mean ass. She is reasonable enough, but the way people perceive and treat her is a bit too much. And
she got this double life where in the mornings she nicely works at a cafe and at night she is a kick ass punisher. In itself is a good ideia, but it seems like the author is trying to give too many attributes to one sole character when you see how the idea was executed.
The way the point of view changes is ugly - it causes a horrible break in the text when it tells the reader whose p.o.v it is. (Not to mention there is not much difference the new p.o. vs given.) If you want many different p.o. vs, then just write in third person or have special one-off chapters from the p.o.v of another character. Honestly, the fact that the descriptive language isn't that good shouldn't surprise me, but I seemed to at least hope the author would use some language skills... As you can tell, it was a misplaced hope... This leads on the next issue with the novel, the tone (made worse by the first person narrative). You may be wondering what the problem with the conversational tone is, so let me tell you. It makes the writing feel as though it was written by a three-year-old (seriously, my eight-year-old sister can do better than this). If any of you have tried to write a diary when you where younger, that is what this piece of text resembles. What makes this worse is the fact that we all know that first person can work well in writing, but is ruined by how the protagonist is 'talking' to the reader. Perhaps if this was a film, script or manhwa of some kind it could have worked, but it didn't because this is meant to be a (well-written) novel. Next we have? Ah, yes. The images. That was the last straw; the part where I couldn't stop myself from saying f*ck this shit. (I'm not going to apologise for those who hate swearing - it's that bad.)
- The images
This is a novel right? Right?Drawings can be used in novels well (read Remarried Empress to understand), but even this wasn't done well. More than half the chapter feels like it's been filled up by manhwa drawings and if the author can't set the scene to the point of having to use images, what they doing writing? Just become a proper manhwa artist. Or is the translator translating a manhwa into a novel form? We may never find out. Also some things which may count as spoilers, but I highly recommend you read:
There's love at first sight (*cough*lust*cough*) which I personally hate because of all the obvious reasons. (It'd take forever to finish this if I explain the s*upidity of love at first sight here...)
The MC, Yuri, almost has too many attributes added to her character. Orphaned, was homeless, was a lab rat, reborn, cold, has super powers, leads a vigilante double life and somehow gains emotions back from feeling up Lakis (the ML). Again, perhaps this could have worked by properly showing how these characteristics tied up together, but with the author did it, it may as well have just been a list. These are all shoved at the readers to process almost with no care whatsoever - it's one thing to the next. Definitely could have been written more eloquently.
There's also a problem how Yuri is described as 'emotionless'; this becomes an increasingly inconsistent trait as she takes impulsive decisions based on her mood or the emotions she is currently feeling. Some reader may see it as 'character growth', but the problem with this is that she was like since the start. Would she save a troublesome guy to help a friend if she was really emotionless? I don't think so.
I'm also 100% sure that the whole touching the ML part was put in to have skin ship between the two characters. It's quite creepy and weird.
The author really has to stop adding random traits they find interesting.
Pretty early on it's revealed that she's literally emotionless
But if you didn't catch it in the tags get ready for some yandere action from him :)All in all, I think this is a pretty good KR novel so give it a try! Happy reading~ cronelady like me, you'll find this super cring-y