Author: Futatsugi Gorin (二ツ樹五輪)
Original Web Novel: Syosetu
- Sono Mugen no Saki
He didn’t know how or when he died.
What was waiting when he reincarnated with the memories of his previous life was a realistically harsh daily life with game-like system.
His modern era knowledge had no meaning, and reincarnators were also common in that world. The village where he was born was a settlement full of limits. There were neither clothes to wear nor food to eat; no hope for the future, and he spent his days like a slave just to get foods so that he could live.
When he was about to give up, thinking that his memories of Japan were all an illusion, he heard of a rumor of a certain city.
They said that in that city, any wishes would come true.
He bet his last hope on such a stupid rumour, holding a vow “I want to at least live like a human”, and head to the labyrinth city….
It’s roughly comedy. (* ‘∀ `*)
The largest problem here is, the author always adds lots of useless words and paragraphs. He always try to lengthen everything into so many paragraphs when it can be explained in just 1 or 2 sentences. He always write something about the past, always adding things to make it look like the mc is always thinking. Everytime the mc does something, he will always think of at least 100 things before he actually does anything. Even just eating lunch is enough for 1 or 2 chapters (or parts in this case). This is a hhhhuuuuuuuuuuuuuuggggggeeeee let down. Not worthy of time. The author is most probably just a beginner or amateur novelist with a lot of pointless thinking. It’s like he is writing the stories in exams where you wrote it in 100 words, but u need at least 10000 words to pass, so he just keep on explaining things over and over again and again. You know the feeling and you know you did it before. But he just overdid it.
Well, I exaggerated a bit. But that’s roughly it. So I don’t recommend this.
Heheh I see your point
Hello, yusufyyy-san! I’m sorry to hear that you don’t like the story. ( ˃̣̣̥ω˂̣̣̥ ) Each chapter in this story pretty lengthy and I understand that it can be pretty annoying to read MC’s thoughts without any action. In my opinion, the pace of this novel will start to pick up after they start the trial dungeon, so the chapters before that are mostly explanation that some people might find boring. ( ´•̥×•̥` ) But really thank you for giving this story a try! I hope you’ll find a story you like among other novels in this website.
Hyperbole much? Only thr Prologue and a bit of the first chapter suffers from “info dump”. Once our two main characters start adventuring, it is a lot better.