All my life, I never once know what it is to be a family. My parents did not care about me and didn't let me start with my siblings.
Even when I diagnose with Terminal Illness by the doctor, they did not care about me.
The only thing that accompanies me in this lonely hospital bedroom is the game called Second Life. Sadly, all good things must end, and so is Second Life.
I decide to stay inside the game until the end and wait for me to release my final breath.
However, I'm reincarnated to another life when I open my eyes. I promise to enjoy my Second Life in this world.
Now, if only this woman stopped calling me a villain for a second, that would be great.
Release Schedule: 1 Chapter every 2 days
Ok, so, good plot, characters, speed, strength.
To be honest, my main concern is that it feels like either the author is practicing english, or every chapter uploaded is the first version or even a draft. Every chapter has constant problems, be it wrong verb tenses, 2 ways of saying the same thing but both are written, 1 word sentences that could be omitted, same person speaking but a new speech is made...
At some point, the author ought to remake every chapter. Not plot-wise, just making sure it's as readable as possible.
I like it. It is only twenty two chapters in at the moment, but it seems to be one of those fairly relaxing OP nice person development type stories with a reasonable amount of conflict. There are a few plot directions I find interesting, and the MC is kind, but does not roll over/get bullied into doing things he does not want to do. As mentioned previously, the MC is OP, but it is light hearted while still having some degree of plot/conflict.
Edit: I would rank it 4-5 stars, but for whatever reason it keeps displaying 0 even when I click 4 or 5.
Couldn't put it down when I started reading it, needs more chapters but other than that definitely worth your time.
This is a typical overpowered Isekai with cheats. It has some nice ideas, but unfortunately, the writing is flat. The main character seems to have no emotions and has a lackadaisical view of the world... probably because he is the overpowered hero that has the (over) power to solve all the world issues... Did I say overpowered ?
As a reader, I liked some of the world ideas, the world building is somewhat good. Where this novel needs work is the storytelling and the characters emotions. Epic battles where there should be blood, drama, death, last minute saves, etc... are skipped over and resumed to : the hero comes, kills, and goes. It's quite sad since the potential for more is there.