There are many loopholes in this story that do make readers immensely frustrated but in anyway, I think this is a good story but not in the best quality. Inserting comedy randomly in not great idea as not only did it make more loopholes but it also decreased the writing quality. I hope for author to fix it a little. I just also really appreciate how this confident author continues to write even with negative comments so I specially gifted a review of my personal opinion.
I've read througgh volume 1 and I kinda liked it. It was a bit amaturish and mary sueish but that's what fantasy is for. I felt honestly dissappointed by the end of volume 1, since the mc got brutally and abruptly murdered. It was honestly tragic. Even if temporary, it felt traumatic. Something the side characters would forever recount in their dreams. When a character they honestly relied on died with no second warnings... honestly it felt bad. To me it feels like the author is going through a tough time and is trying to live up to his/her own expectations. I know what it's like to try and live up to a high standart you set for yourself, since you probably want to make this into some kinda of a career. I hope this won't get dropped because of that.
A novel that should not be taken with any seriousness.
No like really, don’t expect any seriousness.
If you want a destresser, maybe this can ya. Who knows, and I’m not who k?
(Full Disclosure: Read to CH. 25, Read Some VOL 2 Info.)
The reviews of this novel are asked from a discord server? Heck there’s mentions of MEE6, Kanna Licking Emoji, Writings Group, and even a copy and pasted review from a couple of different reviewers.
One person even had 5 reviews all 5 stars???
But that’s just my annoyance from the reviews.
Also, I cannot comprehend why you would write about 400 chapters of VOL 1 and then tell people just to read VOL 2.
The self-inserts. There’s just way too many. Read other reviews to understand.
The MC (Sylvie/Sylvia) is redundant. For what seems to be an ***** reincarnated into a child, she doesn’t really care about dying that much. Just complaining to the Goddess who reincarnated her. Also stupidly childish.
As for how she knew a Goddess reincarnated her? Haha.
MC also doesn’t really care about her previous life, even though she died right in front of her crush/lover person.
Info on family, Mother is apparently the thing that has helped the current King to his current position.
Oh yeah, MC looks different than them by a long-shot. They don’t care.
(A Thing: The parents calls their two children a muscle head and someone with a mental illness. Heck, Author said she literally made one of them to die.
Additionally, they’re not too worried when a baby cries, like at all, they just brush it off. “Oh she’s having nightmares in her sleep” Bruh. Maybe I took it too seriously?)
There was a two-year time skip. Okay, no biggie.
Ahem, MC is now level 13 with abnormal stats which is brushed off as off-screen knitting and what not.
When Sylvie tells her Mother this, Mother is shocked just a little duh. MC then figures eh okay. While the Mother says dam she a prodigy, whatever not gonna tell her.
The part where they get shocked about her speaking so early is skipped as well. I guess it can be made sense if we say that since her Mother was talented it’s only natural that she can speak so early.
Anyways, she has started building up her stamina by running. On a track. It makes zero sense. Especially when you take note that it’s been said, that MC has smaller body proportions than regular babies of her age. Really brings a, Bruh thought to mind.
Alright Pedo Gag Time. It’s not that funny IMHO. It’s stated about what, five times? That the King is a Lolicon, a Pedophile. Yet they still visit them. The MC’s mother legit threatens the King, but when faced with her Two-Year-Old Daughter our MC Sylvie who says she doesn’t want to go. She says “Aw, too bad. We can’t refuse a royal invitation anyways.”
Btw, The MC is a Loli.
The Villains are extremely unrealistic. A FOUR YEAR OLD, talks about how all the women wanna sleep with him and how MC dares defy him. So he gets a sword and kills the kitties. Then punches MC. THEN HOLDS MC HOSTAGE AGAINST TWO ADULTS. AGAIN, FOUR YEAR OLD. Then he gets exiled...that was such a bad scene it is the stupidest thing I’ve read. Anyways then Author legit just makes a random girl a villain for the sole purpose of...face-slapping. That’s all she was there for, face-slapping.
(This is the kind of novel, you’d find in Quick Transmigration Novels)
VOL 2 is apparently where things get taken seriously. How? By making MC forget all memories of her current life but not her past life.
Hah. To be honest, it’s a bad time for me to make this review. Since Author is having a break down. At least they have supportive readers.
I’m not gonna be a sympathy reader though, you need real readers. Who read the book because of the book.
I do wish you good luck for your real life and just take all the above as my venting at 3 am. Of course I meant all of it, but I’m one person you know?~ (I had to add my usual post style aight?)
The word count caught me, can’t type much more so...
There are recurring jokes and overused jokes... please learn the difference. Mc and so called goddess crying is funny once or twice but it become purely cringe after too many time. Villains are not even two dimensional, they're one dimensional and I don't really mind about it because you're trying to write "comedy" but at least try to write your main characters personality consistence.
I wish you'd keep it on One character the little white haired girl she saw Bunny she just goes around sleeping everywhere she was promised to learn other magic but it seems like she's forgotten about it
I really recommend reading this one. First volume is not too much serious and mostly only back story, and some comedy and fluff stuff. Writing quality is good. character design , story development and world background are well explained and are not like reading some wiki where the info is just given but not clearly explained or explained in a way that makes it interesting. updates are also stable.
I like powerful MCs but I don't like overpowered MCs cuz its gonna be a little boring and predictable. Iys quiye unfair you know to have it all without working hard to achieve such feat. To have the money, looks, family, power, friends, and love life.
It doesn't take itself seriously most of the time, with all villains being 2 dimensional. They have their motives explained in exposition dumps, sometimes it's disguised as dialogue. But that's okay. It's supposed to be that way if you couldn't already tell from fake dialogue at the end of every chapter. It is just supposed to be lighthearted fluff with some villains here and there.
I wanted to like this story, and plan to revisit after Volume 2 makes a bit of progress - It definitely has good things going for it and the potential to improve. That said, I feel the need to write a review, and I'll critique in the same order as the star ratings. Though some of this may seem fairly harsh, I hope you can find something helpful in it; I genuinely look forward to seeing what you can do with Volume 2.
The quality of the authors writing, grammar and general sentence structure in the first several chapters were concerning, but the author shows definite signs of steady improvement over the course of the series. My judgement is restricted to just the growth in the first 200 chapters, but it wouldn't be surprising if overall writing quality deserves even more stars than I've given it by now.
Like I said, I'm not sure of the structure of the current chapters, but if I were in their shoes, I would definitely consider listening to the chapters once through at 2x speed in Text-To-Speech before posting.
Though lesser issues exist elsewhere, Story Development in the chapters I've read thus far has been roadblocked by the design of the main character's personality; She's ridiculously overpowered by this worlds standards, but lets everyone around her walk all over her, and is either complaining about letting herself be held captive, or taking a nap while the story goes on around her. Generally speaking, with the character and overall plot as they have been up until my current chapter (192), you could rip the main character out of the story entirely and it wouldn't be much worse for wear; perhaps it might even be better?
It's honestly not necessarily bad to make the main character miss out on events, or even make that the norm of the character, but to have a character who feels like the has nearly zero impact on the world beyond slight recognition in peoples eyes, who complains about their situation but makes no effort to change it just feels painful to read - and Sylvie is just one character.
Imagine a world where girls are naturally concerned about their breasts by 2 years, with parents showing genuine concern if they haven't started to develop by 6. Character maturity and overall mindsets are all over the place in this world, and while a fair bit can be explained away through Isekai Reincarnation, there really are too many extreme factors in too many of their personalities and lack of any real character growth thus far.
In the occasions where the characters are acting a bit more stable and generally acting their age, there's fairly clean group dynamic in the interactions with the characters, building up interest and making you want to read more... and then all logic blows up, again.
Honestly, I had a hard time justifying not giving this 4 stars and, even now continue debating on 2 or 4. Overall, the world itself feels great, but lacks substantial story elements building it up. This world feels like it has potential and its power system looks like it isn't restricted by some of the common limitations requiring a "chosen one" to surpass, but by the same measure, that entire feeling could simply be from the lack of information. Generally, in Isekai stories, we would learn as the character's curiosity and sense of exploration leads us through the world, but Sylvie would rather just... sleep.
This story has potential, and has definitely seen some improvements over the first 200 chapters, but the Main Character has remained as a statically inconsistent entity that just seems to get in the way. I hope that, by Volume 2, the characters can grow out of their inadequacies and flourish (especially the MC)
Cringe fest. Fest of the cringiest cringe born in the cringe world which was located in the cringe galaxy which was located in the cringe universe which was spotted in the cringe dimension and cringe dimension 2 and so on and on. should be enough words now. oh right. this is so cringe and terrible. 4.4 stars? i hate how garbage this star system is on this site, literally doesn't help whatsoever.