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Sylver Seeker
Sylver Seeker
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After fulfilling the duty all arch necromancers are tasked with, Sylver Sezari was not expecting to ever wake up again.
But he did.
And after crawling his way back into the land of the living, he’s alive once again. In a strange land, a strange time, and with a strange floating screen in front of his new face.
Either through plan or chance, he’s alive again, and planning to enjoy himself to his heart's content.

-The story isn’t grimdark, but it’s not all sunshine and rainbows either. There will be lighthearted and positive moments, as well as some sad ones. That being said, it’s a whole lot more light than dark.
-This is a LITRPG story.

Author’s note:
-It can get very GORY. I’m somewhat desensitized to gore and violence. So while the story isn’t full of gore for the sake of gore, it can get a little too descriptive.
-The MC is a necromancer, so corpses and decay, and all the things that come with it, will be mentioned from time to time.
-I’m a huge fan of Egyptian, Slavic, and Greek mythology, so expect quite a bit of that. That said, so much is altered, you’ll be hard-pressed to guess how exactly it is being used.
-Despite being ‘immortal’ the MC can, and will, die. In the event he does, the story doesn’t end, simply time skips forward. Which in some cases is going to be worse than just dying.
-I love plot twists, as much as I love red herrings and Chekhov guns. Deus Ex Machina’s not so much.


Adventurers Artifact Crafting Calm Protagonist Clever Protagonist Confident Protagonist Guilds Magic Necromancer Past Plays a Big Role Ruthless Protagonist Selfish Protagonist Summoning Magic Sword And Magic
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      Status: ch046-getting ready
      Jan 3, 2021

      This story's chapters are very filling with a nice hefty size and little to no filler. This leaves me both satisfied and wanting more (if that makes sense). There are many little surprising twists that keep the novel fresh and different from others of the same genre. The author doesn't go overboard with the twists and make the novel labyrinthine. Often times I find myself chuckling at the humor, but the novel doesn't become too jokey and ruin itself. I just finished the first arc at chapter 46, and I am overjoyed that this author nicely wraps up his/her arcs with no obnoxious cliffhangers.

      I enjoy the main character greatly. He's complex and dynamic, but not convoluted. He becomes more than the average protagonist through the trials he faces and the tough and morally questionable decisions he's forced to make. These trials are what show the reader his complexity and his fluctuating thoughts instead of an author just telling us. Yet he remains relatable and likeable after all those hard decisions he makes.

      The novel remains firmly centered on the main character and his constantly changing environment, so the other characters receive considerably less appearance in the novel. This causes the other characters to seem a little faint. However, most of the characters feel like real people due to how unique they are and how they don't feel like they intentionally revolve around the MC. They do a little purely because the novel itself revolves around the MC, but they are by no means vapid. Even some of the enemies that appear for only a couple chapters, the ones that have actual dialogue, make me feel like they could be real people because they aren't all the same, they don't all feel like simple disposable evil incarnate, and they don't feel like their only purpose is to be opposed to the MC. Like the


      overconfident Bandit who held herself back from laughing at Sylver's joke.


      I like to imagine this novel as a canvas where the author is painting the characters with words as his/her paint. Almost every character is well detailed and interesting. Again, they are so because of what they say or do instead of the author just saying, "He/She is tall and has brown hair." It's clear a lot of thought has gone into them, but most of the paint (words) the author had was used on the main character. This is what causes the other characters to feel faint. Especially in contrast to the MC.

      But I don't see this as a problem, just a part of the genre. This novel is not slice of life. It isn't about a group of people that hang out together. It's about Sylver, his struggles in a world that is confusingly both familiar and foreign to him, and his quest to find his loved ones. Thus the title Sylver Seeker. In fact, I appreciate this since I find a constant change of POV to be both confusing and distracting. With that said, I still believe that the characters and story will continue to improve with time because that's all they're really lacking. I love the novel so far, and greatly anticipate its continuation.

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      Status: ch046-getting ready
      Jan 3, 2021

      I started reading after loving the author's other book (The Bloodiest Mage. (LITRPG)) sadly discontinued.

      Little did I know the author could one-up himself and write an Even Better Book. I'm not a critic and despite reading many hours I know I can't review well but I can give my honest thoughtsThe story in my opinion is amazing to read with twists always giving me a laugh, secrets sprinkled throughout to be discovered later, and an overall refreshing readI wish the author well and hope he can write more In the future for I'll stick with this book til the end

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