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The Villain Always Dies In the End
The Villain Always Dies In the End
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I was a regular guy.

I had a regular job.

A regular family.

And, although I was still a bachelor, I had been in several relationships, although none of them got far enough to lead to marriage.

Then, I was stabbed in the back.

I didn't even get to see their face before everything blacked out.

'Why was I killed? I just lived a normal life!'

Then, I woke up in a baby's body.

At the age of 10, when we were finally getting our status windows, I suddenly realized something.

When I looked at my twin sister, I almost choked from shock.

'Fuck, don't tell me I got reincarnated into "that" novel!'

'And furthermore, I'm the main villain, the villainous brother!'

This is the story of my quest for a lazy life, one where I didn't have to do anything. I just wanted to live a lavish life as the son of the duke, my sister could do whatever she wanted and save the world, and I wouldn't interfere.

At least, that was what I thought at first.

ActionFantasyGender BenderPsychologicalRomanceSchool LifeSlice of LifeTragedy
Academy Age Regression Antihero Protagonist Arranged Marriage Betrayal Crazy Protagonist Cunning Protagonist Familial Love Family Conflict Romantic Subplot Sister Complex Younger Sisters
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    Status: c25

    I don't really understand what's going on... 


    Basically at one point the family realized he's a demon child because of a prophecy? I guess they don't kill him they kinda exile him but not really he's still considered the young master of the family for some reason. The sister is a hero and she's like supposed to kill/defeat him but why don't they just kill him then at some point the father wants him to go to school realizing he's an important asset because he's a talented young kid but the kid doesn't wanna go to school but the father can somehow force him to? I'm not sure I understand why or what's going on from what I've seen him being revealed as a demon child is pretty easy so hiding/killing him to hide the fact that a demon child was born would make more sense but no he gotta go to school there are a few other things that just don't make sense or they feel cheap like of course one of the most important characters is being sold at an auction not far from his place and he knew exactly when said auction happened.


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    Status: stabbed in the back – 0

    Story reads mostly like a summary, a barebone story. More telling than showing.  Early chapters are rough,   the story went was I did this, we did that, I'm this. Characters felt bland, no real worldbuilding, or meaningful dialogue. Overall pretty basic story in a widely used setting.

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    Status: csaria (4) – 14

    Binged read everything. I gotta say, this story has a way of pulling you in with how original the setting and plot of the novel is. There's also the fact that the MC is quite wholesome and caring. He's got issues, but he's mature enough and it doesn't entirely dictate his life. Moreover, wish he had more moments with his sister. While it was fleshed out and the readers understand the state of their bond, I believe that more 'substance' would've make us readers recognise that truly; recognise that they have a very strong bond.

    This novel isn't up there with some of the best, but it shows promise---the author shows promise. Kinda wish for more descriptive writing of beautiful sceneries like what the author attempted at the end of chapter 14 while MC was relaxing with Seria. Moments where the MC is just laying back and enjoying the moment and cherishing the beauty of the world really hits me the right way. One of the few things that isekai authors should do more is have their MCs look upon the world and think to themselves, "Hey, this world is beautiful." It's a fantasy world---a world we fantasise to look virtually otherworldly as a way to feed our escapism. I don't know about anyone else, but it just fills me with excitement. It would also drive in the point that the MC is not a Villain. Other than helping others, just having the MC look upon the world and love it is also good.

    I hope others will also give this story a chance and read it.

    Thank your for the story, author!

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    Status: penumbra (4) – 31

    Honestly speaking, this is pretty bad. The interactions are as bland as they are sparse in the overall sense as well as disjointed, a great many things are not explained and seem to appear out of no where and the author says that it will be explained in a few chapters, this happens dozens of times. Most characters get introduced and then discarded, nearly no interaction and mostly just mentioned. The world was never described, actually most stuff wasnt described, Im not sure if the MC was ever described, honestly...

    Many characters make irrational decisions which seem to make no sense whatsoever, but what bothers me the most is that I still have no idea what the MC is trying to do. He seemingly has plans to do something, yet not even a hint was shown in what it actually is.


    And then was a certain arc where the MC rescued children (Lets not talk about why he was allowed out of his mansion alone where he was supposedly a prisoner and could leave only with his maid who is the strongest person seen so far in the novel.) and was smuggling them past a border for some unexplainable reason. He got caught in the process and accused of being a slaver, yet, before he got caught he saw that the person in charge was his older sister figure who at most was only mentioned in the novel so far and called out to her, she got enraged that someone unknown to her called her affectionally and knocked him out. Next thing he knew he woke up in a cell and was beaten for 3 days by his guards. No one tried to find out who he really is, his identity or anything. After the whole 3 days he was supposed to be executed by his sister figure, and was about to be killed if not for his maid suddenly appearing and stopping the execution, and conveniently killing all the soldiers besides the sister figure. It was later revealed that she (the older sister) apparently didnt recognise him because he grew up, and all the kids were told to go along with the soldiers and say that he was a slaver by the companion of the MC for whatever reason.

    Its all a damn mess, I honestly dont recommend reading this until the author completely rewrites this.

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    Status: penumbra (3) – 30

    It's not the best novel I've ever read, but it's a story I can entertain myself with for a while.

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    So far the novel has been very good and I've been enjoying it a lot. The story has nice twists and turns and while I wouldn't go as far as to call it a masterpiece, it does having the makings of one and I can see it going very well in the future. The characters so far are fun, we get the reasoning behind them as of now and overall just a really solid story. 4, 5/5 stars

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    Status: stabbed in the back – 0

    It's a little rocky but all in all an interesting and good read

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