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Pertiest2: Tx for the chapter :)
And if the guilty ballot is real, the childhood/adolescence of many of us had been better :_

Supreme Magus · C56
1 month ago

Cuernosss: I know your message es 9 month old, but you are wrong in the novel Forty Millennium of Cultivation, not only does all humanity work together against demons, but the MC after winning more than one tournament diden’t get any enemies, only people recognizing his tenacity and other qualities!

Supreme Magus · C49
1 month ago
I know your message es 9 month old, but you are wrong in the novel Forty Millennium of Cultivation, not only does all humanity work together against demons, but the MC after winning more than one tournament diden’t get any enemies, only people recognizing his tenacity and other qualities! View More

Obekiwi: Thanks for the chapter
Good no tournaments, tournaments only create new enemies for MCs. There is literally no exception in any novel

Supreme Magus · C49
1 month ago
Reading Status: C292
- Harem
- Deus Ex Machina to get one more Harem member...wrote a longer review but it got deleted...
- MC thinks he is not a hero but safes evry damsel in distress...endangers his life for people he knew for 5 or 10 minutes View More
Mutagen
1 month ago

Cuernosss: And I would like to add to anyone reading this, that the author went with a extreme us of Deus Ex Machina, to have the MC power up to help him add one more women to his harem ;)

Mutagen
1 month ago

Cuernosss: Ohh it gets worse, the moment the MC was good as dead, the author went with a extreme use of Deus Ex Machina, to have him power up and have some new super powers, allowing him to add another women to his harem rofl.... but remember guys this is not a harem....

Mutagen
1 month ago
Ohh it gets worse, the moment the MC was good as dead, the author went with a extreme use of Deus Ex Machina, to have him power up and have some new super powers, allowing him to add another women to his harem rofl.... but remember guys this is not a harem.... View More

PettyOfficer: The author has a character page at the beginning of the novel.

His cheat is “adrenaline,” which ups his strength, agility, etc with no explained drawbacks. Basically, he’s a fighting maniac, but don’t get your hopes up because he has a stunted brain that can’t deal with people properly.

MC has “Cluster A” personalities, so he looks like a loner in public. No idea why he could become a handyman doing lots of odd jobs like that, and of course, he ended up as a shut-in Otaku. Guess that’s how author explains where he gets random knowledge and skills...

Mutagen
1 month ago

PettyOfficer: Elearus, I’m not sure if you’re even reading my review in its context. Like I said in my review, I wrote what 18 chapters showed me and halved my score to even out the rating because 2 people spammed 5 star reviews.

1. Pointless harem? We found two college girls his age, a mom who miraculously survived while lugging around a child, and a rich supermodel-level beauty who became an outcast because of her fiancé and then got r*ped by gangsters before the MC saved her.

If that is not the lead up to a pointless harem considering the authors on Webnovel, the hyper-focus on their interaction with the MC as well as 2 entire chapters of flashback dedicated to the rich supermodel-level beauty clearly is. I’m not waiting 20-100 chapters for the reveal that this is all coincidental and they are all plutonic.

2. No useless people being dragged along? You have to at least count the child. This child hasn’t contributed thus far and expended lots of energy from the others to defend and take care of. Take the moment when their mother fell down and they tried running over to help her, and had to be held back by someone who couldn’t think to reassure a child and assist the mother themself.

3. No ridiculous hero complex? So, MC ordering the others to stand aside in the theatre and hide until he’s done breaching a room by himself isn’t anything resembling a hero complex? How about the constant need to reassure himself that everything is going to plan and secondary line that he knew something was going to happen when he confronted them recklessly? What about when he wounded the boss to interrogate him later but the boss died due to blood loss and shock while MC was busy coddling the rich beauty instead of calling for backup? None of the allusions to being a gentleman ring any alarms to you?

How about his ridiculous combat potential and lack of hesitation against zombies but frozen dread MC had when taking the life of humans, despite them being murderers and r*pists who wanted to take his life and was legit r*ping someone in front of him? I’m not sorry for calling this “Japanese hero complex.”

I’m the one who is misleading here? I clearly stated how I rated this novel. I outlined my problems being the clichés, emphasis of “plans,” useless (bad) characters, and POV shifts. I explained my reasoning. Readers can go read 18 chapters to confirm if what I said was true. They can continue reading to see how the “MC’s actions can be figured out with a little deeper thought.”

But you’re saying I haven’t figured out the MC’s actions with the thought I had? Now that is disingenuous. I’m disappointed that the MC’s actions are surface-level. That’s the entire point why I hate his character. The synopsis said he had “unconventional thinking, knowledge, and abilities,” but that’s a lie.

The author already told me it wasn’t a harem. His MC is apparently as*xual? That still isn’t going to make me keep reading, considering all the characters dissuade me from reading.

Why I’m confused the mother and child survived? In ANY drastic situation, EVERYONE’S survival instinct is stimulated. Whether or not they act on it depends on the person, but there were plenty of more physically capable people, and they were NOT carrying 30-60 lbs of child with them while being chased by RUNNING zombies. Their characters feel totally shoehorned in when almost everyone else dies except them. This is also considering that the mother and child have shown no combat capabilities so far.

Next, you’re talking about mutual destruction? I don’t know what you’re addressing in my review, but that man who fell to the zombies instead of the mother displayed mutually assured destruction. He grabbed onto her, threatening her life if she did not save him, and died.

This is another reason why I hate the MC for showing himself off to the gangsters and lowering his guard after two ran away, one slumped over after being hit in the ‘nads, and the boss lost his arm. He saw an example of a cornere

Mutagen
1 month ago

wryyyyy: 101st like!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Reading reviews like these are much more entertaining than reading the actual stories :V

Mutagen
1 month ago

Imrael: Because people project themselves on to the MC and people aren't stupid enough play the hero in a zombie apocalypse because that will get them killed and do whatever reason you will come up with if you can't justify all the useless action of trying to save people he could have just told the employees to get the food and then lock himself up with them in the store and weighed it out for a day or two then go exploring instead of what you described.

Mutagen
1 month ago

killercoolie: Thanks for the heads up dont like heavily clique storys.

Mutagen
1 month ago

killercoolie: Thanks for the heads up dont like heavily clique storys.

Mutagen
1 month ago

SorcererCat: I agree with a lot of your review. I stopped reading it because I thought it was crap. All girls are saved and he will lead them all like the next Harem King. Somehow and for some reason only 10 min after the zombie breakout you already have people raping instead of trying to survive the walking dead army that is overrunning them. MC that has never used a gun before has a miracle shot that he perfectly aims and shoots off the gang members arm instead of shooting him in the chest where any NOOB would shoot to make sure their inexperienced self was able to actually hit them. Then right as we are trying to survive a zombie army we go on a 2+ chapter tangent of background on a side character that I have no reason to even care about yet. No thanks.

Mutagen
1 month ago
And I would like to add to anyone reading this, that the author went with a extreme us of Deus Ex Machina, to have the MC power up to help him add one more women to his harem ;) View More

PettyOfficer: There are like 20 reviews from two people giving this 5 stars and I have to put my foot down.

I’ve read up to chapter 18 and I want to blow my brains out. Wanna know why?

It’s not lacking chapters. It’s not the decent grammar or the general narrative style.

It’s the overuse of clichés, emphasis of “plans,” and useless characters. Also, the dreadful POV shifts.

For clichés, we got MC Mark, a “badass” anti-hero/hero mix. We got a random mother and daughter burden for escort. Then there’s the strong and uncooperative love interest with her friend. Oh, and I almost forgot! There’s the unnamed male employee as the servant.

Some bus is in an accident and then zombies come out from it. It’s the apocalypse and somehow, the zombies have hacks that allow them to bypass crowds and kill any good guy with a gun. No police or guards! No phone service, so you can’t call for help!

That means everyone is getting slaughtered! MC steps in to lead everyone to safety! Oh no! Someone needs help, so he goes to save them with his badass one-handed shotgunning skills! He got it from a zombie guard that happened to attack him!

But he can’t just save them without showing how all other guys are trash! A mom gets grabbed by dying man! How she is still alive when running from zombies with her daughter? Who cares! Love interest shows she can fight, but MC saves her because he must be better!

Oh? A rich fatty goes crazy and holds everyone hostage in his base? He locks out MC and kills someone with a gun? Guess it’s detour time for MC to go save them because they’re helpless without him! No need to try and reason with the fatty.

Don’t worry! It’s all according to “plan!” MC loots a place and makes the path secure. Oh, a detour to the detour? Oh, it’s time to save a new love interest? Oh, we have to get the hero a heroic entrance instead of assassinating the gangsters. We’ll have the MC talk to the Boss as he r*pes the girl because this is the “plan!”

What!? The Boss has a gun? No worries! MC knew and wanted to make sure by talking to the gangsters! He just wanted to get a better shot. What? He only shot off the Boss’s arm and kicked a gangster’s balls? What “plan” is this?

How will he survive now? Oh? It was instant KO? As expected of MC, the other gangsters run away since they luckily don’t have guns. Now the MC is the hero. Let’s have TWO chapters of FLASHBACKS to show this pampered and beautiful love interest having a hard time with her family, friends, and fiancé.

Don’t worry! Literally disarming the Boss was part of the plan! He’s bleeding out, but don’t worry! MC must have a moment with his love interest! Oh, the Boss died? Time for a new “plan!” The fleeing gangsters attracted the zombies away? As expected of the “plan!” They never could have lured them back! Even if they did, MC had “plans” for it!

Ignore that his people had to kill zombies attracted by his gunshot! Hey, that mom can come over here and clean up the love interest. That gangster Boss r*ped her all over just by himself! She’s coated in his slimy seed!

Great! We’re ready to move on! Ignore how the daughter keeps up. Man-servant has been carrying the injured mother the whole time!

Do you understand how tedious and discomforting that is? It’s a droll format. It relies on cliché encounters to build up a harem team because the author doesn’t want to have MC alone. We go back and forth between characters only so the MC is no longer the focus of the story.

It’s fractured but whole, like a fractured butt hole. Incomplete, but complete; empty, but full.

Mutagen
1 month ago

Avocadoese: I may have been rude in my previous reply but actually after reading what you wrote as replies I realized something. People will either like your novel or dislike it, no choice. I say this because I can't bear having to read a novel with an MC that's surrounded by all women, even if not harem or romance, it just inevitably leans or gives almost the same vibes. As for the servant or employee, he may not have introduced his name but you're the author! Can't you just do it for him? I mean you yourself said not every girl that's surrounding him is a main but they still have their names(probably?), just give him any name it's not that hard really, I'm pretty sure he's even more helpful(if little) than most of the side character baggages. Anyways my point is, that's your style or writing, and that's how you imagine or fantasize yourself as MC, surrounded by girls(harem or not) and that's okay, but I hope you'll be focusing mostly on plot rather than putting women and just filling the blanks to get the story going. Now I haven't read the story but that's just my advice it doesn't hurt anyways, as for the story I won't be reading it, just not my taste at all. Anyways good luck!

where can I find a novel with men only?

Mutagen
1 month ago

Avocadoese: Heheh this made me laugh... The way you rephrased all this. Thank you hero! I will not be reading this! From the moment you mentioned that all guys were either made as servants or bad guys and all women were to be raped, 'saved' or made into harem was pointed out, I already lost the speck of interest I had, disgusting. Oh and clichés aren't necessarily bad, just that you can only use a cliché so much. Especially a ****ty harem, oops.

Mutagen
1 month ago

PettyOfficer: I expected the gangsters to have more guns. The MC was easily able to swipe one off a security guard. So why can’t the gangsters do so? Where did they get the first gun, anyway? Anyway, what was the reason for taking the Boss alive? Getting info where he got a gun?

Why the Hell did the MC forget taking the Boss hostage? While he was zoning out over the female love interest, the gangster could have knifed him for revenge. After all, you showed a cornered man doing mutual destruction already. It would’ve been good for character development and breaking the mood of the cliché for the Boss to do one final act.

Now you say the cinema is sound proofed. But you also said in the fiction that the gunshot was loud and clear. It attracted zombies. Now which is it? The gunshot lured zombies or it didn’t? Because it clearly did according to the fiction.

Also, my main point wasn’t having the mom clean up Mei. It was the gangster r*ping her all over and covering her with his jizz. A man is realistically unable to blow that many loads. How much time has passed since the outbreak? It’s been less than a day, probably an hour or two. What the f**k is that?

And you again show your favoritism for women. You didn’t bother to name the employee. It’s depressing. You wonder why I called the MC a harem maker now? You didn’t bother detailing other men. He doesn’t matter enough to you.

Mother walking after an hour or so later, my *ss. Sprains don’t heal that quickly, like I said. She’d also be useless to run away from zombies, let alone carrying the 30-50 lbs baggage of her daughter.

The rich fatty did hold everyone hostage. It’s how he forced the employees to close the shutters. I admit I was wrong about him killing someone.

The flashbacks were horrendous. This was TWO chapters worth. I’m pretty sure none of the other characters had this much dedication to their backstory. It was also a jarring tangent. The cliché made it worse. You might as well have brushed past it or started the story from here.

Too many flashbacks makes the reader have too much infodumping. We don’t remember all of it and we won’t care if it’s boring.

No sh*t I suspect a harem. You’re doing every cliché to jam in as many female baggages on the MC’s plate. You didn’t bother naming or directly describing the male employee’s intentions outright. All I see is that you care way more about describing the woman than moving the story forward. Especially with the TWO chapters of flashbacks.

I don’t CARE about chapter 132. I’m on chapter f**king 18. I can’t predict over 100 chapters in advance. I’m not God.

Your problem is that you have too many clichés happening at once. Pretty much every encounter is a cliché and every character is based off of a cliché. Your characters act on a cliché manner. They solve their problems in a cliché way. Nothing feels completely unique. That’s the problem.

Your biggest problem as a writer is saying “there is a reason” as an excuse. To us readers, we hear you say, “don’t worry, in the future, I covered up this plot hole.”

You’re the “mystery man” saying there is always a plan, but all the plans we see are absolute ****. There are always inconsistencies that are bugging readers and it doesn’t help that you’d rather waste chapters describing women instead of describing the plot.

We give up because we think you’re doing the carrot on a stick method. In honesty, it is. It’s too much effort for readers to swim through that cliché mess and be disappointed again and again. The answer is always somewhere near, but it’s not here. Or the answer is here, but you don’t understand it.

F**k. We readers understand it. The reason is ****. It’s plot armor.

Mutagen
1 month ago

PettyOfficer: I wrote this with no sleep in the morning while super hungry, so I’m sorry that the review is wrong at a few details, like how the fatty shot a warning instead of killing someone. However, the core of my criticism still stands.

I told you the main reason for my super low score was the spam of 5 stars from 2-3 people. Your fiction’s rating is highly misleading. It’s not perfect. It’s full of clichés. That means it is decent, but it isn’t exceptional.

My complaints were all summed up in too many clichés, too much emphasis on “plans,” too many useless extras that are *sspulls for their survival, and too many POV shifts.

When you have a narrative, readers like consistency. Readers like being able to see progression. Your characters seem like cardboard cutouts taken from mangas or heroes in light novels. They are customized with your personal touch, but they are still cardboard cutouts.

Now, for your explanation? It’s the modern world.

How can cell service be cut off so easily? Also, how can’t officials issue an emergency warning? I’m pretty sure the Philippines has their own methods to declare a national emergency. How hard is it to send out a message? Better yet, broadcast on radio and over speakers?

Then there’s the guards getting killed. I call horse s*** on your logic. There are swarms of screaming and panicking civilians. Why do they target the far away noise instead of the nearby roar of the people? Zombies are supposed to be killing those defenseless people, but somehow they bypass all of the crowd? The guards can’t kill the zombies?

You already said fast zombies feel pain and can die. How are the zombies bum rushing them so easily? With the number of people, the zombies are not only congested by civilians, but by their own numbers. You add in the zombies that fall down when shot. It’s impossible for the guards to die so easily.

Now the shooting skill. The MC holds a shotgun one-handed and hasn’t failed to hit a target with each shot from what I know. You can’t miss a shot up close, okay, but not only that, he’s not hurt by the bucking of the gun. He’s rapidly firing it. Not only that, he handles it easily with his Otaku knowledge instead of actual knowledge of handling a gun. It’s a huge stretch for me at this point.

Then there’s how he gets the gun. Like most encounters he has, it’s by pure luck. How lucky is he for everything to go his way?

I don’t care if you try to smooth out the side characters later on. Your introduction of them was outrageous. Egregious to a jaw-dropping fault. You wonder why no one likes it further from the intro because they hate this stale sort of coincidences. The only ones left are people who can swallow this mess.

Their survival was again due to luck. The rescue scenario was cliché. You even got the “woman holds everyone back” cliché, but did it through a one-dimensional throwaway character.

The daughter surviving? Bullsh*t! You’re telling me that a mom carrying a child of about 30-50 lbs ran away from zombies, but it was the men who couldn’t outrun zombies? Again, it’s the contrivances of plot armor. You use too much luck to force their characters in.

Then the mom is carried by the unnamed employee. This again is where I’m angry since you can flesh out all the women, but failed to give a paragraph for the man. At least give him a name.

Anyway, Paula carries the kid. This 30-50 lbs kid. She manages to outrun the zombies with this burden? What is she, superhuman? She already ran away from zombies. Where’s her fatigue?

Then you have the gall to say the mom carries the kid? With a sprained foot? It takes at least a few days to treat. She should be exhausted. She should be in pain. She shouldn’t be able to muscle on through.

I doubt if you read anything about what a sprain does to a person.

Now the gangsters. Oh God the gangster scene. You told us he knew they had a gun. He could predict the Boss had a gun. What do

Mutagen
1 month ago

Fundayyy: Stop lying and add the Harem tag...the vulgar use of deus ex machina to get a extra girl to his harem and you dare critic a reader....

Mutagen
1 month ago

SamStrike: That's still harem, just because there is a reason for it, it doesnt excuse it. He basically created an harem, as for the reason for it doesnt matter. An harem is an harem thats it.

Mutagen
1 month ago

SamStrike: and I am not questioning anyone, it's a fact. Someone that saves whoever he find is not an anti-hero, he saves all the women he find and then gives the 'reason' of why he did it to make it logical. Not seen an instance of him letting a women die because it's not his problem. Even if the novel isnt harem, does it matter? He is still surrounded by women even if he didnt do anything to them apart from one. It's just harem without sex

Mutagen
1 month ago

SamStrike: "Why did you say that it doesnt matter if its not a harem" Because it doesnt matter, even if the novel is said to not be an harem, it has all the qualities of it. Being surrounded by females like that is not specifically harem, but there is not much differeces either. It doesnt mattet that the novel describe itself as having the premise of "Not harem", because in the end it's the same as harem without sex, even though it's not techniqually harem.

You said it yourself, you questioned me because I said that the MC is not an anti-hero, but now u said he isnt one yourself?

All the time he let someone dies are only implied, was there even a time where someone asked for help but he decided to not help because it isnt worth it DIRECTLY. All the time he let someone dies arent said directly, he let someone die because he didnt say something that might help them, but did he ever refused to save someone right in front of him?

Moreover I dont understand why you had to introduce so many women like that; the way you let the discussion flow and based on how important the character feels or are important to the story in general, getting more screen time than other character are almost all females? Is this not harem?

You cant put so many women with such interactions surrounding the MC, then making him having sex only with one and saying this is not harem.

You, as the author, are trying to make him look as anti-hero but whenever there is a woman introduced that need help or similar you always give out a reason to save her (that for some reason they are always female). 'Let's save her because she might be useful', 'she might be needed' is just a stupid excuse to make the mc have a reason to save the girl and having more females around. Especially when one has to risk his life for saving her, an anti-hero is described as the opposite of a hero, and a Hero is described as:

"...someone who gives of himself, risking, for the greater goods of others"


This comes back to my original claim:

-The MC is not even close to being an anti-hero
-This is just harem without sex

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I dont hate the novel, it's definitevely not my type but whats annoying me is you trying to make the novel pass as something that it isnt. For example, try putting in the description. "Not harem, but he is completely surrounded by women who follows him"

Mutagen
1 month ago

SamStrike: Anti-hero mc? To me it seems like a hero-complex mc that saves all the women he finds

Mutagen
1 month ago

PettyOfficer: Webnovel has a character limit and it wiped away the second half of my first reply.

I refuse to rewrite it. My comments here and on your chapters are good enough to describe my mindset.

You’re a decent writer. Just ease up on the clichés and backstories, make the employee a real character, and stop waving around the excuse of an overall reason. Forcing situations destroy a story.

There’s a thing called foreshadowing. You can add hints. Also, make sure your reasons are good. Disappointing readers and lying about details makes for a bad writer.

I should know. I am a bad writer.

Mutagen
1 month ago

SamStrike: I never said anything about the rating? What I want to know is why does he keeps people that are only burden? The mother with the daughter is a burden, why does he let her tag along and help her even? why does he have to save people that are not usefull, and even if they become later, at that time he didnt know if they were/will be usefull. Does he keep/save people that are burdens? Did he ever left someone to die (an innocent person) because he/she was not usefull?

Mutagen
1 month ago

PettyOfficer: There are like 20 reviews from two people giving this 5 stars and I have to put my foot down.

I’ve read up to chapter 18 and I want to blow my brains out. Wanna know why?

It’s not lacking chapters. It’s not the decent grammar or the general narrative style.

It’s the overuse of clichés, emphasis of “plans,” and useless characters. Also, the dreadful POV shifts.

For clichés, we got MC Mark, a “badass” anti-hero/hero mix. We got a random mother and daughter burden for escort. Then there’s the strong and uncooperative love interest with her friend. Oh, and I almost forgot! There’s the unnamed male employee as the servant.

Some bus is in an accident and then zombies come out from it. It’s the apocalypse and somehow, the zombies have hacks that allow them to bypass crowds and kill any good guy with a gun. No police or guards! No phone service, so you can’t call for help!

That means everyone is getting slaughtered! MC steps in to lead everyone to safety! Oh no! Someone needs help, so he goes to save them with his badass one-handed shotgunning skills! He got it from a zombie guard that happened to attack him!

But he can’t just save them without showing how all other guys are trash! A mom gets grabbed by dying man! How she is still alive when running from zombies with her daughter? Who cares! Love interest shows she can fight, but MC saves her because he must be better!

Oh? A rich fatty goes crazy and holds everyone hostage in his base? He locks out MC and kills someone with a gun? Guess it’s detour time for MC to go save them because they’re helpless without him! No need to try and reason with the fatty.

Don’t worry! It’s all according to “plan!” MC loots a place and makes the path secure. Oh, a detour to the detour? Oh, it’s time to save a new love interest? Oh, we have to get the hero a heroic entrance instead of assassinating the gangsters. We’ll have the MC talk to the Boss as he r*pes the girl because this is the “plan!”

What!? The Boss has a gun? No worries! MC knew and wanted to make sure by talking to the gangsters! He just wanted to get a better shot. What? He only shot off the Boss’s arm and kicked a gangster’s balls? What “plan” is this?

How will he survive now? Oh? It was instant KO? As expected of MC, the other gangsters run away since they luckily don’t have guns. Now the MC is the hero. Let’s have TWO chapters of FLASHBACKS to show this pampered and beautiful love interest having a hard time with her family, friends, and fiancé.

Don’t worry! Literally disarming the Boss was part of the plan! He’s bleeding out, but don’t worry! MC must have a moment with his love interest! Oh, the Boss died? Time for a new “plan!” The fleeing gangsters attracted the zombies away? As expected of the “plan!” They never could have lured them back! Even if they did, MC had “plans” for it!

Ignore that his people had to kill zombies attracted by his gunshot! Hey, that mom can come over here and clean up the love interest. That gangster Boss r*ped her all over just by himself! She’s coated in his slimy seed!

Great! We’re ready to move on! Ignore how the daughter keeps up. Man-servant has been carrying the injured mother the whole time!

Do you understand how tedious and discomforting that is? It’s a droll format. It relies on cliché encounters to build up a harem team because the author doesn’t want to have MC alone. We go back and forth between characters only so the MC is no longer the focus of the story.

It’s fractured but whole, like a fractured butt hole. Incomplete, but complete; empty, but full.

Mutagen
1 month ago

AlmightyLord5th: This story is nearly below average in everything. The grammar is abysmal, the characters aren't fleshed out ( but theirs only 25 as im currently writing this review, so it may change), and everything else seems *******ish. And listen guy, it's okay if you want to include dark themes like r@pe into your story but it has to make sense. Why after only 30 minutes of an apocalypse is rape already happening? Literally everyone would be trying to procure a safe haven and some supplies, nobody would even have the feckin time.

The character interactions are cringy and the MC is already acting like an edge boi. Slow your roll man, take a deep breath and replan your story.

Mutagen
1 month ago
Really doesn’t safe evry one?? Show me one damsel in distress with pure thoughts he diden’t safe .... View More

beth1001: I like reading apocalypse based stories alot and this one is one of the few that i would re-read over and over. I like when the main characters are not like a saint wanting to help every one. Because it makes them seem to fake i mean everyone is a little selfish and i would not even want to be friends with someone who is that fake just listening to them preach about helping strangers over their own family and friends make me think that they are insane. So the main character in this storie being the way he is makes this one of the stories i look forward to reading and re-reading.

Mutagen
1 month ago

Fundayyy: The novel did have evrything to have a great plot, but the Author decides to go with the Harem route, evry time the MC safes someone realy important (fighting capabilities/important background or some super Power) you guess it.... it's a Girl/Women or even a loli, i don't even care over the deus ex machina to Safe the MC or his friends evry time **** hits the fan, but the first time the Author went full deus ex cause the MC was done for, it was mostly done so he could add another women to his harem, so if you like a novel like that enjoy....

Mutagen
1 month ago

N0xiety: Lol ikr, CPS are like fking hound dogs. They try their best to take the children away even for the smallest stuff, trying to dig up every little dirt they can find to achieve that end. A single bruise would be enough for them to latch on hard, even if the bruise was from a play accident. Parents would be harassed and interrogated repeatedly by them till they can dig up something. The child would be intimidated to get an aswer they like to have. They are not satisfied till they take the child away. Once they latch on they do their best to make the parents life a nightmare...

Supreme Magus · C2
1 month ago
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Complete the daily and EXP missions, as well as every week’s reading missions to obtain EXP and coin as rewards.

Learn more about the rules 1. You can obtain the corresponding Fast Passes, EXP, and Points as rewards by completing growth missions, as well as daily missions. 2. A Fast Pass can unlock a chapter (of any price). The chapter will remain unlocked forever. It will expire after 7*24 hours, so don't forget to use it in time! 3. Obtained EXP can raise your user level. 4. Daily Tasks and corresponding rewards renew daily at 00:00 UTC+8. Don't forget to claim your rewards in time. 5. The weekly reading time is calculated while your device is connected to the Internet. This might result in a delay of several minutes. 6. Rewards may vary according to app version.
  • 1. Reward frequency has been adjusted! Receive a reward once you complete two minutes of reading! Reading a single book for 30 minutes earns you an additional bonus.
  • 2. Rewards adjusted! Earn points reading to exchange for Amazon Gift Cards! Coins that never expire! More rewards to come!

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