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I Was Summoned To Save This World! … But I Just Want To Go Home To My Polycule
I Was Summoned To Save This World! … But I Just Want To Go Home To My Polycule
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So, it turns out I’m the reincarnation of an exiled Goddess from another world. With things having gone sideways in that world they summoned me back to save the day. The discovery was very gender affirming, as a freshly out trans girl, but… I do kind of have a life, so hopefully I can use all this power to get the job done quickly and go back to my girlfriends when it’s done.
Except I have no idea what I’m doing, so this might take a bit… even with godly powers.

ActionAdventureFantasyGender BenderGirls LoveHaremIsekaiRomance
Druids Fantasy World Female Protagonist God Protagonist Godly Powers Human-Nonhuman Relationship Magic Male to Female Naive Protagonist Overpowered Protagonist Reluctant Protagonist Saving the World Transgender
Table of Contents 32
  1. HomeMay 29, 2023
  2. A Chance to BreatheMay 29, 2023
  3. Deities and UsurpersMay 28, 2023
  4. The Holy CityMay 24, 2023
  5. The New North, Weak and ConqueredMay 14, 2023
  6. War and PoliticsMay 12, 2023
  7. Secrets and TruthsMay 8, 2023
  8. Towards DarknessMay 7, 2023
  9. Self DirectionMay 6, 2023
  10. Kaiju ChaosMay 1, 2023
  11. To Make VowsApr 29, 2023
  12. Lost TempleApr 28, 2023
  13. Wings, Pegasi, and Flying CarpetsApr 26, 2023
  14. To Propose ProposalsApr 25, 2023
  15. StabilityApr 22, 2023
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      Status: deities and usurpers

      Hmm! I don't see any written reviews on this yet, and it deserves one, so let's get started. 

      I enjoy this story! I binged it over the course of a couple days and found myself thoroughly entertained. I did not find myself much more than entertained—this book isn't going to change your life or leave you with new, indescribable emotions or outlooks—but that's okay. It doesn't have an engaging magical system or deeply compelling villains or in-depth world design or complex interpersonal drama, but it's not selling itself on any of those merits. It's a fun story with just enough meat to keep me engaged, and I can heartily recommend it on those grounds. 

      I do have to say, though: the great irony of this book is that the polycule is the least interesting aspect of it. We barely even get to learn anything about a party member before the next one is introduced, hardly any of them have interesting amounts of screentime or compelling interactions with each other, and it just overall does not at all feel like a focus of the story. Which is weird,  but it's sweet enough and not really what I was here for. What I was here for is the prospect of the main character—a random college student from Earth—finding out that she is a goddess of justice from a horribly, horribly unjust world run by selfish, arrogant gods at war with selfish, murderous gods and having to come to terms with the fact that she is the only force that may be able to help, a monumental task that she is profoundly unprepared for. Though the story doesn't engage too deeply in the horror aspects of this (which anyone familiar with my writing would know is my preference) it does do a good job of characterizing the main character as someone who acknowledges both her shortcomings and responsibilities in compelling ways. Though I was disappointed by the supporting cast, I very much like the main character of this story, and it was more than enough to see me through to the current chapter. Add that to near-perfect grammar and spelling and extremely natural, easy-to-read prose, and this story excels at entertainment. So yeah, five stars. I obviously don't think it's perfect, but rating any lower would reduce the average review score of the book, which would be a rather poor way to say "I liked it." Star rating systems are kind of nonsense. Anyway, author, thank you for writing, and I look forward to more!

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      Status: home

      Read the full story, very nicely done. I found Emily absolutely adorable and a lot of the characters fairly understandable. A lot of 'OP protagonists' stories I've seen tend to have the protagonist never struggle, the world itself even rebuilding itself and changing the rules just to ensure the main character never struggles. This didn't have that, in fact it very much felt like the main character was someone with a lot of power, but it only went so far when her opposition knew how to wield their own. Seeing the growth and struggles of Emily made it a very fun read that I couldn't put down in the end.

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