The Pagemasters

Author: Literataku

Synopsis:

All Shikiro Momotarou, aka Blue, wanted was to have an adventure in his own Isekai fantasy world. To be a famous hero, save the day and score fame, wealth and girls. But instead of being summoned into such a world, he’s summoned all the fantasy worlds into his. All. Of. Them. Every story ever written. With a world thrown into mayhem and chaos, the quest begins to return everything to normal before the universe collapses into itself. Familiar and unfamiliar faces and stories abound as mixups and twists on classic and not so classic tales around the world bring you on a wild ride across time, space and genre. Hopefully, Shikiro can find some help.

Genre: Fantasy, Adventure, Comedy, Webnovel Series

Tags: R-15, Male Protagonist, Fantasy, Isekai, Reverse Isekai, Fairy Tales, Fables, Romance, Mythology, Legends, Dungeons, Suggestive Situations, Character Development and Growth, Introspective, Deconstruction, Side Stories, Heroes, Demons, Monsters, Dragons, Tropical Bird, Talking Animals, Fractured Fairy Tales

Synopsis Vol 1

I knew saving the world was going to be a problem. Especially when I have a lot to learn. First Major Job: Capture the Gingerbread Man! That sounds easy enough though. Right? But easy isn’t the name of this game. Fairies, talking Animals and a village on the edge of a demonic forest. Now to keep Master and this other newcomer from trying to kill me!

Synopsis Vol 2

A new kingdom and a new mission. Create the Story of Sleeping Beauty! But as usual, things aren’t all that simple. Good Fairies who may or may not be our enemies, A Dark Fairy Queen who needs to be convinced to curse the newborn princess, and a Foreign Noble who seeks to cause trouble in the kingdom. And then there is Captain Hook and his Pirates making trouble for us too! And what is with Pagemaster Violet?

5 Comments

  1. Dark kingdom hearts?

    • Not particularly. No Heartless in this story. More about what happens when you let every single fantasy book and story out into the wild and they all get tangled with each other and make you one guy responsible for putting them all back where they belong. And some of them don’t really want to go back.

  2. looks interesting, though I’m more than a little upset the story doesn’t have anything to do with Patrick Stewart as a adventure book, Whoopi Goldberg as a fantasy book and Frank Welker as a horror book.

  3. For now (ch 18) it’s a great story, with a good sense of humor and a tone that fits very well in the Grim’s stories.
    It’s planted in reality while keeping the grittyness at a manageable level.
    I love it.

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