Natasha Novak was a fairly known artist from an Earth devastated by pandemics. One day, she was playing an online game and falls off her chair as a moment of luck brightens her otherwise monotonous life, and dies of a stroke due to hitting her head.
Reborn in Galeia, a world of magic, she sets out to explore this brand new planet and maybe find others like her. Join her and her companions as she faces a world with a culture alien to her, meets Gods, and takes part in adventures all over the globe.
Not all is fun and games, however, as she is part of the most powerful species on Galeia, a Halve. Shady organizations that seek to free the world’s inhabitants of the yoke of higher beings want her dead, overpowering instincts leave her unnaturally willing to fight, and worst of all… she spent a million years in Hell before being reborn.
This fiction is 100% girls love. Natasha will have male friends, companions, colleagues, etc. but won't engage in romantic/sexual relationships with them.
Warning!!! This fiction contains brutal depictions of violence, explicit sex, mentions of sexual violence, torture, and child abuse.
All forms of criticism are welcome. English is not my first nor second language, so please let me know if I made any mistakes.
(Remember to check the glossary every once in a while!)
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Even though this story has just started it’s become one of my top favorite web series. Fluffy characters, a world where the races’ ancestors seem to have had relations with a succubus, and an MC who is slowly realizing she was actually Doom girl in her last reincarnation. Excellent character building, world introduction, and realistic violence.
This novel is impressive to say the least. First of all, the world building is on another level compared with other smut novel, Although the MC is a Futa, I'm telling you that the s*x scenes are ones of the best i've read. The combat scenes and her emotions are extremly well portrayed.
There is no Netorare nor Netori and the partners are Female only. The most refreshing thing is that this is not a Harem, the girls are in a multirelationship in a sense, let me explain, they all love each other as much as they love the MC, that is to say there are love scenes between the partners without the MC (if there were males apart from females this would have been a big no-no for me, but there are only females so although a bit uncomfortable at the begining is not bad).
The "Magic" system is explained and where the "system" comes is explained pretty originally. The MC although strong, she is not the strongest, and the price she has to pay for what she is now is somenthing I myself wouldn't want to go through even knowing what a "good life" she has now.
Want to hear maybe Bad points about this novel?
-There are excesive explanations, Like "How the stations work in a world with 2 suns" and similar things. (Althought interesting it seems forced to me)
-It takes a bit of time to adapt to this kind of relationship, there were times were I found the MC excluded. (This is because I inmerse myself to much when I read and I felt uncomfortable)
-I really hope that the "Harem" won't grow much more. Maybe s*x friends but not Loved ones.
Well I hope you didn't fall sleep at the end of my review, but, you won't fall sleep if you read this, that's for sure ;)
Edit chapter 63: There is a little spoiler but it won't be much read at your own risk.
In the first chapters we learn that Natasha has been through Hell literally a million years. Getting hunted by demons since day one, losing her sanity and finally becoming the Hellwalker. In the last chapters Natasha has finally reach the destination of her first call for help. And the thing that is causing trouble is a demon. The first demon we see in the novel apart from her dreams. This demon is tormenting the person they go to save because demons seems to NEED to feed on SAPIENT being life force. And people is becoming upset that Natasha wants to exterminate demons from Galeia (the world she is in right now) because of this. I hope you can understand her plight before dropping the novel like some did and understand that demons are feeding on people, not animals, on other people and this is wrong. They are the same as a tribe of cannibals, don't you think so?
Definitely one of my favorites on the site. Especially when compared to most r18 stuff. Some cool world building, a litrrpg with a bit of soft magic system which works well, fun characters and no weird stuff like mind control or slavery. Still in the early bits but give it a shot I'm sure its going to bigger and better places.
Novel is currently pushing into 30 chapters but still more enjoyable than a few 100+ chapter novels I have read. The story building, character building, world building of this novel is very balanced, as I see it. Each smut chapter is arousing and intimate. Biggest-Kusa-Out-There has beautiful artwork for her characters. I am very excited to see how the novel progresses from now on.
Following is more like a light advertisement for a novel I like.
I like this novel almost as much as I like 'The Death Mage that Doesn't Want A Fourth Time'. The first 200 or so chapters, at least. Has great story building and world building but lacks in later chapters for character building from sheer amount of characters introduced.
Hello~ if you're reading this, please for the love of God review without bias.
Now for my actual review, I can say this story is a good read. The plot and world-building are on levels above what I've currently read on this site and I commend the author for that. It's refreshing to see a story that has been thoroughly thought out and debated whether certain things should happen or not.
Natasha as a character has amazed me in her development. From her days on earth to her time in hell and lastly to our current events. Her personality is well thought out as well. If we look back to her time in hell, I would say the current action taken by her make total sense. A millennium in hell changes people, it should not be expected for her to be a hero, she is far from it. The story has emphasized her race as protectors. What do they protect you may ask? The world and its populace of course. I see the current developments of the story as reasonable and consistent with the nature of her race as well as her as a person.
While everything sounds nice and all, there are problems to this story, few of them, in my eyes at least, but there are some. For one, the speed of the relationships. Sure it's another world with its own set of rules but I find the suddenness of them to be a bit overboard. My other problem would be the info dumps as someone else in the reviews commented. I feel as if they are somewhat forced but that also may just be my lack of understanding at writing at play. My last problem would be, and this is a big one for me, the lack of another futa to penetrate our MC.
Yes, I said it. Ok, that last one is sort of a joke but it would make for an interesting development if the author decides to go this way.
All in all the story is great, it has logical answers to its world, has an MC with flaws, a nice way to implement polyamory, and a magic system that actually makes sense somewhat. I may just be a bit dumb when it comes to magic systems though.
Now that would be the end of my review this last bit is more of a tangent.
I have seen multiple people come and bash on this story simply because of an event they didn't like. Sure, it may be their opinion but I can have mine as well. To those people I come here and say, please read the story, and read it well. The current events happening are because of something that has been a constant throughout the story. That being the millennium in hell. So please don't come into the reviews and post something along the lines of "story is sh*t because the MC is a psychopath". No, read the story, dissect it, and find a reason with context to bash on the story. A review should be neutral stating both the pros and cons of the story. I may not be the best example of a good review but I can say that it is up there at least.
Anyways that got a bit out of hand but it was something that needed to be said.
Well if you made it this far into my review, well hey cutie~ thanks! I hope I didn't bore you through this whole tangent. Hope you have a wonderful day~
With love, your favorite Scalie, Murasaki~
So far one of the best Smut but not smut novels on the site. About a semi op demigod that goes around seeing the world collecting a polygynyest group along the way. Provides alot of story while catering to people who want a lot of smut chapters, smut will be about 1 for every 5-7 non smut chapters. The author says he doesn't speak English as his first language, but I have yet to see a drop in quality. Joins rise of the Guild master and I Own a Brothel in Another World as one of my favorite R-18 series. All in all really good and deserves more attention.
A mix of GL and poly and DOOM, I‘M IN
All I did was read the synopsis and I'm already rating it this. I always love darker stories and ones that deal with heavy subjects. Also it's a GL poly what cant you love?
This story is genuinely amazing, it has s*x scenes yes but that's not even important to my opinion. The story is genuinely well written and interesting with an adorable relationship between the MC and her girlfriends all in a polygamous relationship (not a harem as they're all equals and love each other equally) and the love and care so obviously portrayed between them makes the story not just entertaining and fun but heart warming and wholesome. Even not mentioning their relationship just the world itself is incredibly well built and fleshed out with a complete and working magic system. The action scenes are well written and the explanations for the magic are as well. Overall I can confidently say that this is the first novel I've given five stars for as I just enjoy it that much.
The characters and world will draw you in, and you'll stay for the smut, the mystery, and the adventure.
Also the dumb disaster lesbians that the main cast are, that's always entertaining.
Damn near flawless writing and execution, read it instead of this review.