After months being chased away by the church backed States and its Papal Armies, Soleir found himself between a rock and a hard place.
Having been cornered by a massive army from the combined effort. There was no way out for him. Or so they thought.
The genius necromancer had one last card up his sleeve. The most advanced Death Magic ever created by men. However...
How could his magic have failed? All the years of careful planning leading up to this moment… The magic supposed to make him immortal...
At least he now still has another chance. And this time, no man or god will be left standing on his path. Giving up his pride and masculinity, he goes by a new name:
Necronomia Vladya Drakul - The princess of Wallakia.
Winner of Scribbly Anniversary V2.
This novel was Exclusive to SH until April 2nd, 2021.
Also on RR and WN
Strong foundation, Necromancer stories are underrated. Subverts the expectations of the reader since chapter one. Will Update this review once chapter 5 comes out.
The story was going well until the author ruined it with a bad romance, the main character only saw her love interest once and both considered themselves the love of their lives, the romance went from 0 to 100 in an instant.
Good enough for Yuri actions. Others kinda fell flat.
Story progress at breakneck speed. Immediately get to Yuri skinship when situation allowed while ignored romance development. Explicitly foreshadowing harem after meeting first girl for less than a day.
Good ending for the first arc, I hope their will be more chapters!
It started out really decent but kind of fell flat.
Story (3/5) : Started out gripping with high stakes fleeing, followed by more escaping from the antagonistic forces, but then stalled with some new characters, and romance out of nowhere. Not to mention the random lewd scenes.
Writing (4/5) : Writing quality is good with no mistakes for the most part. However, the dialogue management is subpar, relying on parentheses to label the speaker. Certain parts feel more like a theatre script but without the stage directions. Lots of ungrasped opportunities to expand characters.
Characters (3/5) : The main character is inconsistent with her identity. She is supposedly 18 but alternates between mature and immature, and it would've been okay except she's also got another couple of decades under her belt from her previous life. She feels more like a reincarnated neet than a reincarnated master mage. Other characters aren't fleshed out much at all, even if there are some moments of good interactions.
Interesting start, but there is barely any progress in the story past c12.
Lots of Yuri smut tho like not much happening beside that really.
MC is a cute vampire, necromancer and legal loli.
This novel has lovable characters and a good development.
The narration is of high quality and the emotions and reactions of the characters are very well described.
The construction of the world is done calmly and in detail, gradually revealing the situation, rules and mysteries of the world and of magic.
The yuri may have started with the girls getting close a little bit fast, but if you take into account that the characters are inexperienced in love, it is not so strange that they let themselves be carried away by passion easily, not to mention the trials that they went through. And if you compare it with other hurried yuri-smut that I read in the past, this one has developed calmly and in detail. Without speaking he compensates for the speed with which the girls got close by taking their sweet time to detail their emotions, affection and reactions...
MC and their girlfriends kiss frequently, these and other displays of affection are one of the things that make this novel the best yuri smut I have ever read and it is not neglected even during s*x scenes.
After all, kisses, hugs, etc. make you feel that the characters really value each other dearly, that it's not just lust there that they also love, or at least that's how it is for me.
The narration of the smut in this novel is very detailed, but still simple, direct, fluid, short and without unnecessary poetic text to try to lengthen the scenes unnecessarily. And that makes it perfect for reading without losing focus or the rhythm of your own emotions, even during the fap...
If you like stories that are primarily about juvenile human relations and s*xuality, and like adventure stories which are more about slice of life than they are about action and 'world building', then you'll probably enjoy this one a lot. Myself? Not so much.
Loving the authors path on this novel. Many feel slow for some but for me it takes time to world build and get to know the characters personality. Can't wait for the second arch to get started.
For what the story is about, a necromancer chased by the church in his previous life reincarnates into a girl in a family that is equivalent to rulers. The big switch her family is more then it seems. (Includes yuri but not as a main aspect more like a good addition)