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A Liliful World: Yuri Reincarnation
A Liliful World: Yuri Reincarnation
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Think about it, what were to happen if you were reincarnated to the virtual world you wanted to create; what a dream right, being able to live peacefully with no limitations... That was what I thought; the experiment failed...?! And to make it worse, I met a Yuri-fanatic Goddess who wishes to reincarnate me to the world I attempted to create but in exchange... I had to entertain her with yuri?!

"What is going to happen to me?!!!!"

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    Status: chapter 10. what is on the...

    Let me start this review by acknowledging the author's note of not taking the story seriously in which case I am doing.

    And all I have to say is, it has a nice mix of humor, yuri that matches its title, synopsis, and tags unlike those who only uses it for baits, disgusting ones ngl and more than that, a plot that moves.


    Here is what I think about the story, we start off with the traditional isekai way which the author funnily acknowledges on the second chapter stating "cliche" which is funny.

    After dying, the main character Ayumi meets this somewhat odd ball goddess that loves Yuri so much but ran out of stories from what I can guess.

    Then after, the story proceeds where the MC is then thrown to the world where she soon falls onto the butt of a boar (note: this boar seems to hold grudges) which led to a funny pursuit on the second chapter where the MC meets who is supposedly the main heroine? (It's a question due to the harem tag).

    There the MC starts her journey where she meets more and more girls together with a system that seems to utilize Yuri instead of traditional factors like killing mobs.


    All in all, I don't want to spoil much but the novel is super nice to read when bored, highly recommend you take a good read with your brain at 0.1% function and relax.

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    Status: chapter 5. job offering & tsun.

    The start is all Tsun and no Dere.

    And that's pretty terrible.

    It doesn't help that the protagonist acts like a disgusting piece of trash. Maybe they're just socially awkward, but they're acting like they're too driven by their basic desires rather than a normal human being.

    The result is an unlikable protagonist dealing with (for the first few chapters at least) an unlikable female lead. Combined with a writing style that seems to be a bit too hasty for my liking, there's nothing to enjoy for me here.

    I'll go into the writing style now. The following is a short snippet from chapter 5.


    “Aren’t you going to eat?” she asked whilst walking towards my direction as I shook my head, replying. “I already ate my fill a while ago, ” before she sat down beside me, sipping on her wooden mug that smelled of tea before smiling.

    “It was much of a surprise to me to see that girl actually change her mind and let you sleep in her tent, did you perhaps do anything?” she inquired before I shook my head, “I was simply waiting for the night to pass until she lent an offer to do so.”


    It's my opinion that there's too much happening in these sentences. Rather than gradually changing the scene, I feel information arrives as a torrent of "but actually". The two characters are talking. But actually one of them is walking towards the other. But actually the talking already stopped and we're going to reply already. But actually the character that was walking towards the other is sitting down.

    I will rewrite this section and you can compare the two yourself.


    “Aren’t you going to eat?” she asked whilst walking towards my direction as I shook my head, replying. “I already ate my fill a while ago, ” before she sat down beside me, sipping on her wooden mug that smelled of tea before smiling.


    She turned to me, walking in my direction. "Aren't you going to eat?" she asked. I shook my head. "I already ate my fill a while ago." She sat down beside me, sipping from her wooden mug. I could smell the scent of tea coming from her cup. She looked at me and gave me a quick smile.


    To me, the original reads like it is rushed. Not rushed as in "the writer was in a hurry" but rushed as in "the scene is moving quickly". This works for action, but seems a bit too energetic to me for breakfast in the morning.

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    Status: chapter 15. tempura, homesickness!

    Pretty good. I'm not sure how to describe it but this novel has some odd charm to it. It's incredibly predictable and straightforward but somehow manages to always make you want to read one more chapter.

    Part of the reason why is because the author has the Japanese rom-com formula down to a science, and although I'm really not a fan of non-Japanese authors writing as if their novels were English translations of Japanese ones, this one doesn't go overboard with what I call “the weeb complex.” There are a couple of references to things that are specific to that culture but this series is mostly just vaguely reminiscent of that kind of fantasy webnovels. You have the manzai type of comedy, the lucky pervert moments, the archetypal heroines, and so on. Don't get me wrong, although the author is using these basic cliches as the building blocks for their story, it's still a lot easier to get them wrong, to ruin your story by adding unlikable characters just for the sake of following the formula, which is something I don't think it's happening here, at least for now.

    All in all, it's fun and silly. Just like what the author implied in their description for this novel, if you take it seriously, if you think this is going to be a hardcore and detailed exploration of a fantasy world, you're probably wasting your time and this isn't for you.

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    Status: c1

    Chapter 1 has 27 semicolons. That alone is worth 5*s, and here's why.

    A semicolon, ";" is a period over a comma, a full stop over a pause. It's main use is to replace either a period or a comma + conjunction. Therefore, we can see that the semicolon is the superior punctuation. I have never seen any other novel use this superior character so many times in a single chapter; A Liliful World is truly a unique miracle of modern literature.

    Ignoring the superiority of the semicolon over the comma and period, we have the symbolism it represents. It symbolizes "winking eyes." Thus, by using so many semicolons, the author easily conveys the tone of the story ("winking"/lighthearted) to the readers.

    This is a masterful technique that is unbefore seen on this world. If I could give this novel 10*s, I definitely would.

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    Status: chapter 20. scary…

    A Yuriful story indeed! This story is fun to read, though it might be better if you take the warning at the start seriously.

    First, if you are looking for plenty of yuri fluff then this will be for you. At the time of writing, there are a few action scenes but for the most part, it is plenty of yuri.

    You have several types of girls that could maybe be members of the MC's harem, though I severely root for Mana x Ayumi. :P

    The writing is not bad as well, it is readable with no issues especially when taken into consideration this came from a 15-year-old and a non-English country. 

    All in all, this is one of my favorites currently as a fan of yuri. ?

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    Status: chapter 4. night-time.

    The setting and concept are certainly interesting, but it is painful to read for several key reasons:

    1. The author mixes dialogue from multiple characters along with their actions and descriptions of the scene into a single paragraph. Not once or twice, but all the time, that is the core writing style used here. It's confusing at best.
    2. The main character is absolutely disgusting. They keep insulting and s*xually harassing a specific innocent girl, for example repeatedly calling her and her panties smelly, while seemingly treating all other characters like a decent human being. Is this the author's vision of flirting?
    3. The first girl encountered, who seems the authors appears to be setting up as the first love interest / female lead, is a violent b*tch. There's no other way to say it. Yes, the MC is an asshole, but this girl intentionally doesn't avoid the MC but then instantly gets violent everytime the MC makes a disgusting comment that was obviously going to happen, because the MC keeps saying disgusting comments every time she's within 100 metres of this girl. Just stay away from the MC and ignore her, it isn't hard, there's literally zero reason to keep interacting! It's not a believable scenario at all.
    4. These two characters and their interactions are horrible to read, especially as it's supposed to be funny somehow. It feels like the author might be trying to exaggerate tropes like "lucky pervert" and "tsundere" for comedy, but it's just awkward and makes them both seem like horrible people. I can't empathise or understand either of them, so I can't get immersed in the story or suspend my disbelief.
    5. Also, somehow, none of the other characters seem at all perturbed by the MC's comments and behaviour, which is really weird. The teacher escorting the group even immediately suggests for MC and that girl to share a tent as soon as they stop to make camp. What? Just no.

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