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Transmigrated Into Another World: Aim to be the Noblewoman’s Butler
Transmigrated Into Another World: Aim to be the Noblewoman’s Butler
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A fast-paced fantasy Isekai story that deals with politics, romance, wars, and conspiracies.

Follow the story of Larc, a personal butler (pet?) of a young noble girl, as he deals with various problems and tries to stay away from further trouble, all the while trying to stay alive in this new world!

Book cover done by: @Marco_is_to_Blame

Entry to Adventum Contest (Kingdom-Building/Combination of magic and technology)

ActionFantasyHaremHistoricalIsekaiMatureRomanceSchool LifeSeinen
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    Status: chapter 5: first confrontation

    This story isn't quite there yet.

    I like it, don't get me wrong.

    Rather than being your average isekai "ohohoho you got reincarnated here's a space-magic inventory and a status screen and an adventurer's guild where you get looked down upon for having black hair", this seems to be a story with more depth to it.

    And so I'd like to place it in a different category than your regular isekai story. This story is a slice of cake instead of a pack of biscuits.

    And yet... I get pulled out of the world that this story tries to build with surprising regularity due to writing hiccups. The overarching plot is okay, but the details of the writing itself are lacking that final polish. Whether it be plates that are placed "in" tables, or meetings happening in "court yards", sentences missing words, having too many commas like this one right now, or missing an ending all together

    Like so, I get pulled out of the story. It's a brand new car with annoying squeaky brakes. You do get used to it after a while, though.

    The chapter numbering/naming/labeling is also confusing, with there being multiple prologues and authors notes showing up as chapters. In my experience, author's notes are usually removed by the author once new chapters have been added or tacked onto the start or end of a chapter.

    I'm still totally adding this to my favorites list, though.

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    Status: the butler of house carmine

    First time I got hooked reading an Isekai novel! Just hope the story keeps it's pace and it's own identity. Because most Isekai stories tend to follow certain tropes just to garner reader's, thereby losing it's individuality. I hope the author doesn't do that. All in all, great work.

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    Status: The butler of house carmine

    Interesting writing style. Author San definitely knows how to pique the reader's interest. Excited to see how this story goes :D

    Edit: The release speed of Author San is unprecedented! 1 chapter a day? Plus the quality is good, clearly shows that it was properly edited and not rushed just for the sake of publishing. Keep it up!

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    Status: an unexpected meeting

    Enjoying the story so far, I just hope the MC doesn't become the stereotypical, Japanese push over character.

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    Status: an unexpected meeting

    The title and description is a little bit misleading, don't get me wrong though, it's better than what you'd usually expect. This isn't your usual Happy go lucky comedy isekai wish fulfilment. The author uses very vivid and gritty portrayals to describe violence. There are also quite a few curse words sprinkled here and there.

    The writing is also fairly competent. There are little to no grammatical errors, so it's very easy to understand. Although it could still use a little polishing, it's still very good. 

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    Status: chapter 19: a servant’s dilemma

    Readers beware! Please read at your own risk, as the story can get real addicting real fast. 

    The story is far from the story description. It's a slow burner that meticulously introduces it's characters and builds the world. The lore is good, the characters have depth to them, the interaction are fluid and natural.

    The downside would be the slow updates, sometimes ranging from 1 week up to a whole month, so that's a bummer. But I'm not complaining at all, the author does have a life of his own outside of this novel, so it's fine.

    I stumbled upon this by accident and binge read the available chapter in 1 night, now that I've caught up I feel empty, I figured I might as well leave a review.

    All in all, I wouldn't recommend this novel to you on the account of you feeling the same feeling I have now that I've caught up.

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    Status: c9 turbulent arrival

    Ok, right off the bat I can say that I really love this story. The writing is fairly competent, the story is very addicting, the characters feel alive, their interactions with each other are fun, but are still believable, like they're actual people.

    If you want a fast paced action packed Isekai power fantasy, then I'm afraid this isn't for you. Author-Sama takes his time in building his world and establishing the characters.  Buy it isn't to the point that it becomes boring, it is still very enjoyable.

    All in all, I would recommend you read this. The 5 stars aren't there for no reason.

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    Status: chapter 13

    Honestly, I don't find anything bad about the story so far.  In fact, I find it interesting. But antway, I'll give my review, since the author asked me. 


    1). Some grammatical and punctuation mistakes, but overall, the writing is competent. 

    2). The author's personal statements uploaded as chapters caused me confusion for a bit.  My suggestion is, you may use the Announcement/Author/Spoiler buttons in the formatting page and insert them either at the beginning or end of your chapters. 


    1). The writing is good. The dialogue exchanges between the characters is also good, it flows naturally. 

    2). The author has the ability to solicit certain emotions in some parts of his novel (like that death scene; the assh*le brothers pissed me off. 

    Note:  For someone who's looking for a fast-paced, adrenaline-driven isekai adventure, I don't think this is your cup of tea (for now). The author slowly builds his characters and situations to get to his narrative's goal, which is perfectly fine as well. 

    So yeah, good job Mr. Author and keep up the good work! 

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    Status: chapter 3: two sibling's scheme

    Wow, just wow. This story is freaking good. I only recently started reading this but by God am I hooked. The interactions between the characters are so vivid and colorful. Though the story carries certain tropes commonly seen in Japanese novels, it still maintains an individuality that sets itself apart. The writing style, grammar, wordings are also good. Reading this made me feel like I was reading an actual light novel. 

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    Status: chapter 3: the two sibling’s...

    I plan to read further but I feel a review is feasible as I have enough of an understanding of the authors story, writing style, and intentions. 

    The story is the strongest point of this novel. It begins with an interesting take on the transmigration trope, one that isn’t explored as often in most other isekai. The author takes a foreign soul and stuffs it into the body of a nameless, houseless child, basically the kid is a Deprived run from Dark Souls. The initial hook is gut wrenching and interesting. I feel the tone the initial few chapters set isn’t a reflection of how it appears to be going, but it was a good enough hook. 

    The writing is a weak point for the author, which is fine because that’s how it usually is for most every author. Naturally occurring redundancies and confusing POV changes make the reading experience a bit hard to follow. On more than a few occasions I found myself having to retrace to reestablish from who’s point of view I was reading. The head hopping is specifically jarring because the story is written in first person. Also, paying careful attention to tense is something every author needs to do. Some tense flipping makes it confusing at times. These are all fixable issues that are a natural part of the writing experience. 

    The author has a strong voice that comes through but sometimes the descriptive language bogs things down and can muddle things up while reading. The cast of characters, from what I’ve read, is very strong. The only exception being the MC, either due to his station in life or he might just be on the meeker side. The MC definitely has a strong sense of justice and of what’s right and wrong to them. But as far as I’ve read he still seems a bit doughy. What I implore the author to do is pay more attention “showing rather than telling.” Sometimes the narration falls into the pit of explaining everything to the reader rather than guiding them along in the experience. It’ll strengthen the story and writing if you play to that specific strength of the first person perspective, you can put the reader exactly in whichever characters shoes and help them explore your story even more thoroughly. 

    Other than that, I enjoyed what I’ve read so far and plan to continue reading. From a fairly objective standpoint, I see why some people view the story as a hidden gem of SH. 

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