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hard to read.dont check the recommendations above)The villains too feel very dangerous and ominous. Theyre not just treated as nuisance,theyre just children in the dangerous world of politics. I cant really predict what would happen in each chapter. Overall,which is scary. If you simp for villains,drama,as a character. I think its partially the authors fault,shivering spine,I really like the mysterious,he first tries to get himself expelled,which dominates alot of the chapters,but Im a simp for Humanities subjects. Thats one more reason why you should (or not) read this novel. If you do not appreciate the work of revealing the complexity of human beings and cant stand the weird philosophical atmosphere of what is good,and she is in constant awe of everything kleio does. Its boring and she lacks personality outside of being money-hungry because of her unstable magic business.The third time is when he goes off and runs away. Only to get caught and get detained because he injured a knight. It was a half-assed attempt in the first place. It wasnt thought out well enough. Did he forget who his dad is? His dad is filthy rich he could easily hire people to track him down.So he kinda flunks the swordsmanship class but aces the magic class. His dad didnt even ask him to make it to top 10 btw the MC just put that on himself. He did so well that his teacher said that he would be an 8-circle mage. Which contradicts the MC saying he doesnt want to stand out.Also from the early chapters when the MC asks if all cats are like him he says hes one of a kind. But in the later chapters the MC just reveals that hes 100 years old cat and no one bats an eye??? They just treat it like its normal.Its also valid to remember that Jungjin,there is nothing to hint at who is saying what,but I dont expect to be given nothing at all. It makes me question if the author themselves has any idea whats going to happen or if theyre flying by the seat of their pants!

much like the author within the novel.I typically try to refrain from offering my opinion on a novel too early,but I will put it under the spoiler box anyway. I believe this sentence is quite relevant when you try to understand both the writer and the main character:I sound like a fool especially with all the more in depth reviews but I just wanted to express my love for the novel It may not resonate with others but people have different tastes and thats fine,the bonding between the characters,it took a lot of time for the MC to treat the world he found himself into as no longer as a novel and it took him time to bond with the OG Protagonist,it seems like the characters speak in charades. Its not necessary the language,I can imagine a cat at my home purring asking me for some rice cause hes a noble cat and me,He makes my heart palpitate (in a bad way) whenever he appears and the novel becomes a thriller.... huuu~*shivers (Ill say this just in case you misunderstand...Im not m)The second prince Aslan so far has done nothing that has not been done before,and hey,MC Chant some amazing magic to end the fightAnd I might add that Melchior is a very interesting antagonist from his goals to past.MC is cautious,he IS doing something behind the scenes and he DID push a few thorny incidents to Arthur but it was well solved. Melchior has left a stronger impression. My guess is that he (Aslan) will only make his presence known when the War arch begins.Theres no trace of any colorful,but those two weeks were described in less than 2 paragraphs. For reference.

you kinda start to get why he behaves in this sometimes frustating way. He had a difficult past where communicating with others was not possible and receiving kindness became scary as the years passed by (it also explains his platonic relantionship with his crush). Besides,more importantly,insidious crown prince though hes probably an antagonist in the story... bad guys are also in demand!it just happens that I really like this novel :-)And the most frustrating part is that we find out that all his efforts to drop out in attempts to not enlist is POINTLESS because he couldve just been at the top of the magic course whatever you call it so that he could be exempt.Clearly the reason the author rejected the first one was because they wanted the MC to interact with Arthur. But he still tries it TWICE even though he could only use the ability three times per chapter.Status in Country of Origin. One entry per lineHe repeated that cycle multiple times. He acts too much like a kid for a 30 year old man.There is this one time when the author made a time skip. I was honestly surprised and s bit disappointed because I wanted to know the details of each of their years. But it didnt feel unnnatural after reading the chapter.There is a very peculiar atmosphere around this novel that cant be explained with words. Its like reading Game of Thrones,with both the author and the characters. Second,bad,(+) The friendships between the characters (especially MC and manuscripts Protag) is developing wonderfully. The mind games MC plays with the enemy is also very interesting.its not just blind loyalty. No annoying harems thank the gods.This novel is so mid bro. Im going to keep reading because I am curious to see if maybe this is just a failed slow burn and it gets better,Perhaps the translator can find a way to solve this filler as it gets repetitive after 30 chapters.And here he thought that he should live a rich life in this lifeWhat Happens When the Second Male Lead Powers Up(4)Its a fun read!Fran the bold and frank revolutionary who seeks justice and likes lemon tarts,but there is almost never a peaceful moment. I wish the author spent more time on each scene and fleshed out character interactions more,and THE ANTAGONIST OH MY GOD. The antagonist is very well wiritten. He is really reallllyyyy crazy.About the friends: theres not much to be said. The cat Behemoth (our only lord and god),solving mysteries.

but it doesnt properly take advantage of all the perks that come with it. My main irk was the fact there are absolutely no long-term goals to work towards at the moment. Discovering the identity of the author doesnt even count since the protagonist cares to know just as much as I do.of the novel. The main antagonists are also more powerful than the main characters and gives this novel a sense of danger. The MC and other main characters arent definitely invisible,the world will pretty much collapse.The characters in general also arent two-dimensional puppets that exist solely to complement the MC. They have their own goals and plans,that aint gonna happen... Yeah,maybe between the 30-40 (?)... Its when Kleio goes to the palace to attend some banquet with Isiel and Arthur. At this point,Oh my gosh!which I guess some people hate as theyre used to Gary Stu MCs wrapped in a tight bundle of plot armor.Lastly,and even if clayo knows the future,I think this is better than TOCF.MC can even talk to a noble cat!and how each side will exploit the other in the crisis.the novel seems very interesting with a lot of potential,the novel tries to explain that hes more awake now. The situation has sunk in. But he still didnt act like it has. He still lacks any proactivity outside of buying profitable property. This is for the sake of breaking away from his father.Im also annoyed by how much times the consumption of alcohol is mentioned in the novel. I like the occasional drink but in this novel you can expect there to be a sentence of MC taking a sip from whisky/liquor/alcohol etc. sometimes multiple times in a single chapter... Poor writing as the author could not think of a better scene for the MC to be in other than drinking.thing I thought when I picked up this novel was this is really similar to other stuff Ive read andSlumped to the floor and became vulnerable.My problem lies with the fact that the pulled the it called out to me card. If they wanted him to accidentally fall and not be suicidal then they couldve made him drunk since he did go out to eat with his ex-superiors.He serves no point to the plot. Hes only there so that the MC doesnt need to interact with other characters to get information.문과라도 안 죄송한 이세계로 감Related SeriesN/ARecommendationsTrash of the Counts Family(11)moreNothing in the story could be pointed as a plot hole,Cunning and very smart.The first time he did that when he skipped school and had a drinking spree for a week.Theres also a lot of internal description that contradicts with the actual reality of the character. If any of you have read A Wish to Grab Happiness you know what Im talking about. Cold sweaty hands,the author tells the story of some nobles families... Especially about Rosa. What you would think is useless information about some random teacher in school,the MC is quite s*upid.I dont like the fact that characters constantly point it out. Because it feels like a cheap way to remind us that hey.

well f*ck me for keep reading this despite being a power creep. There just so many restrictions in this freaking novel.At first I was discouraged by the ratings,and also be the cute mascot that apparently every single damn story needs for some reason.It makes the reading tiresome when you see more than two paragraphs about some noble family. It happens a lot,unlike most of the MCs out there who are perfect at everything they do. It givesTbh,the world building,not to the point of spending an entire chapter.

sometimes he does direct actions with the knowledge at hand and other times he does it in a roundabout way that makes no sense. Since he knew what was coming he definitely could take direct actions all the time. This is quite hard for me to explain but if you read and think about it,and probably gonna annoy you with his active whim and avoidance to the story.forced into this situation by the author of the novel by making his jump off a bridge and drown.He ends up falling into a bridge and drowning. I dont have an issue with way he died.The world building is lacking... due to the slow paced nature of the novel. The author probably wont enter in details about the land itself,he fits into the anti-hero category but his actions makes people conflicted. I want to cheer for his happiness but his happiness revolvrs around doing bad things to Arthur and his companions... Which I cant allow happen!he had incredible bad luck which made him a great pessimist and a sucker for an easy way out. But he is an adult as well. So he knows that theres a limit to acting childish and running away.Idk-- just not the oh it called out to me. it isnt a big deal but it just peeved me.The MC finds out that Leo was actually Arthur,but on the other hand,the interactions they have with each other and the MC attitude towards them were well justified.Additionally,so I thought Id try contributing. But still,and protecting the protagonist.But before you sigh hard in frustration,half platonic. Anyways,When I talk about clues,he makes mistakes and just because he had read the manuscripts of the novel doesnt mean that he is an expert of the worldYou must belogged into rate and post a review.Registeran account to get started.(+) But he developed better along the way,the beginning feels incredibly boring.MC avoid him at all cost once he realize the identity of his drinking buddy,with occasional teasings. And the Protagonist act like a true protagonist of a story,its pure chaosStory wise theres definitely a lot of plotholes. Adding on to that,he cant know everything so things still take him by surprise sometimes.Omniscient Readers Viewpoint(3)moreThe third thing is how political the novel can be. A world with sword and magic but solve everything with politic is sickening. I dont mind a good chunk of politic element but when it is si heavy like this it make you feel like MC gradually become stronger mean nothing.

he has some idea of what the future holds,accepted his inevitable role within the manuscript as he notes the different development ongoing,its platonic... Or better said,and Im not even sure where the narrative is heading at the moment. The lack of any real conflict only drags it down even further,but I presume there wasnt anything enough unique about the novels generic world to warrant an explanation. I dont expect the protagonist to divulge every detail he knows,but I have high expectations to see how the other countries are going to react during the civil war,Arthur the purest and most honest kid you find in the world,DR: This novel doesnt have anything in particular that other ones dont do better. Read if you have nothing better to do. Feel free to wait and see if it gets better.I would like to see mad dog fight mad dog not a punny dog fight a mad dog just to suffer so much and can only win in the end by miracle unfair shit.the genre turns to horror everytime he appears lol.MCs motivations and actions are also very weird. As we all know from these types of novels where the MC has the power to know how the story progresses and ends. ie. as an editor would. The actions he takes to secure himself in the novel is written in a very awkward way. one moment oh yes this place gonna make me loads of money imma invest in it and then the next when he beats around the bush trying to save someone who he knew was in trouble. To put in simpler words,!The way the MC goes about things just pissed me off. The MC is 30 smth years old. But that fact is almost forgotten because he acts like a child.This one is something that not many relate to. Its understandable. After all,its difficult to read you despite your expressions.HOWEVER!

he first shows off his absurdly overpowered magic cheat to get good grades,but the way the author conducts the conversation... Specially between Kleio and the crown prince. On one hand,lol.The political setting,then better not try this out.-A bit of a slow beginning but it picks up later on (if youre a bit bored you can take a break and come back later,is well thought out and alot of it is rooted in actual history. The system doesnt feel sloppy,Celeste the handsome lady for whom I would scream please step on me,but theres not a lot of substance. An event-packed day can pass in a single paragraph. What im saying is,but he just straight up accepts it,Is this a novel about MC or Villain?Also still curious about the accident that the MC keeps mentioning that involved Melchior. Idk if it was revealed already and I just missed it or if itll be revealed later on.The Editor Is the Novels ExtraShes supposed to be mcs senior by 5 years,I get it,real or illusion,but even so Wow!

so I cant even say for sure why youd read this when there are so many better options.moreThe second time he repeats this cycle is when hes waiting in the hallway with the protagonist.So that he could get kicked out of school and not enlist in the military. Then his dad tells him that hes gonna to freeze the mcs bank account and enlist him early if he doesnt get his grades up.Other than the times the MC asks him for info hes almost forgettable. Only popping up to talk about his wine addiction.I feel like half of the stuff Ive read is filler. Maybe even more. Everything from the obnoxious amount of detail that goes into describing the alcohol our characters are drinking to these 1 line back and forth conversations that arent even good for character building. The flow of this novel is all overHe finds out that if he graduates from the academy or whatever,be patient,nor does he cares what the author wants till it was revealed that if he does not help the story main character,I just wanted to add something down in the comments ^ ^Definitely recommend you give a shot regardless of the reviews. After all,lazy but smart characters are cool. I like a lot of novels where our MC is a lazy and weak thing. But the trade off is cunning. These characters are usually smart. Like genius level smart. They have to be for the sake of being allowed to be lazy. Think tr*sh of the Counts Household. But once again,bear in mind that many of my issues and complaints may be addressed further down the line.Another reason why I consider the plot deep is the amount of literary and historical references the author inputs. Im not a historian nor a literature student,go for Melchior. Maybe its too much to call him villain... Uh,not novels... So obviously the things that I find good or important could not be relevant for you.moreP.S. I think the author is trying to go down the more angsty route so that may be why our MC is so weak and I eat that shi* up so that may be why I like it a bit more than some more logical people here haha... _ _ (-- emoticon btw) Just a theory though but if you take it as headcanon it might just explain the reason why Kleio is so squishy but I do admit,the Angellium siblings who live by their name doing adorable things,as any proper story should have. It also gives some natural comedy at some points as he doesnt have the personality of a rock and can have friendly banter with people (and with his cat).but thats coming from somebody who likes the novel (and has a history of liking novels that other people seem to hate haha.. man I should get better standards but thats what happens when you stay on Wattpad for too long ) so Ill give you some pointsmoreand if you like the sound of it then give it a shotAgain,doesnt try to research how this magical talking cat can exist,terrible headache,but sadly the translation quality start dropping at around chap 20 and keep dropping to mtl level(+) But it slowly catches up,PLUS behemoth has a useful ability but the MC doesnt even bother to utilize it.him so much personality and gives a lot of great tension in the story,jailed because of the villain and they cant do anything but to obey him. Its sickening for me. The development seems to be massive,however is only a weakling in front of the villain. Many times they get forced,hes servant haha~ meh liepfuI was hesitant to try this at first because of the bad reviews and I have to say Im so glad I tried it and I suggest you do too. Its probably one of the best written web novels Ive read in a while.he doesnt want to get involved with the story at first,it might be worth waiting out on this one for several months still as the current translators work on the editing.A lot better than what I expected. A slow burn,but its still a very distant vision.. And I believe its not the main objective of this novel.The second thing is MC and the 3rd prince Arthur. Their personalities are suck. The prince is naive and MC is a pushover. MC is smart and he can make somewhat good plans,but its a little boring with how convenient everything comes to him (taking advantage of knowing the book and making bank off it) and catches everyones attention as he says he doesnt like. Not to mention its just weird how he doesnt actually think like how a burnt-out 30 year old worker would. His only two personality traits are being lazy and being an alcoholic (he drinks wine as if its water and it comes up every paragraph). I dont think the author fleshed him out enough.3 group(s) hidden due to dead links.Click here to show all releases.If you want some reasoning to why the author does this then pay attention to this phrase on chapter 94. Its not a spoiler because its irrelevant to the plot?

but shes basically his lap dog/shuttle boy. While shes super capable and never incompetent,it may fall on the ears as a load of bulls... Ehem,but its worth it. Friendship goals.Until the chapter that I have read,Arthurs loyal sidekick,once you read lots about his thought process (he is maybe the only one whose thoughts we can clearly read) and about his past,but on serious moments there are no clues about their identity.I would say you could like it just as long as you dont turn into an English professor (unless the plot holes are glaringly obvious.. In which case I think my standards have gone too far down) ^ ^moreim still reading this story only bcuz I have caught up on my other series. The story isnt terrible,hes not as strong as a swordsman. Hes a mage. Squishy as hell,our MC just cant catch on to anything.My only complaint about this is the translation quality seem to drop at some point. The earlier parts are edited quite nicely but halfway through the chapters Ive read (currently at 121) the mtl translation becomes very obvious. So yeah,in the end,and only one level 8 wizard on the continent.Maybe cuss them out while hes walking aimlessly near the bridge and make him trip and fall off.The author puts great emphasis on the characters background and their subtle emotions. There wont be straight words telling you how this one or that one is feeling,it feels well researched. This makes the characters and their individual struggle for power very juicy and fun to read.(-) MC feels lackadaisical,and then when he gets back access to his dads money he steals a shitload of it and runs away. Obviously he is caught soon after and returned to school,the political element is too heavy for a fantasy novel about magic and sword. Not my cup of tea. The protagonist and MC is genius in their own right,HES A PRINCESS!he has to join the military,do not bother with the romance. The author has thrown some subtle signs between some characters but its so subtle that you might as well ignore them. It passes off as just a concern for a friend or a brother.The only point of him being there is to be that one tutorial guide npc.. You should give them a visit if youre looking for similar novels to read. Alternatively,nice people go against a cruel psychopath,but the thing that matter is: how often the author does that (writing references and explaining characters backgrounds) and how patient do you have to be to understand his intentions?rewite what happens in the book 3 times each chapter.Academys Undercover ProfessorI also hated how he immediately avoids the protagonist the moment he found out his identity. Like seriously? Way to make yourself suspicious. Be neutral so that he doesnt get interested/curious. Talk to him enough while distancing yourself since you guys didnt talk in school before in the first place.Reading List[Graph]On5003Reading ListsUsless midfight,a serious tone and a tension that makes you laugh and grit your teeth at the same time. You can especially feel it at the Tristein arch. The cold air. The tavern. The old castle. The soldiers. The monsters. And the plot twists.and when dialogue occures at least 50% of the time you cant even tell who is talking especially if 3 or more people are talking,I suggest you to keep with me cuz Im going to list a few points that made me keep reading this novel - which may help you to decide whether or not you want to read this novel. Its my PERSONAL VIEW as someone who reads many books.

philosophy and does not spare a word to make us enter the characters complex setting.moremorethis main character is much more realistic in his initial behaviors so I appreciate the rather slow start establishing the rules and motivations. I give it 4/5 stars. It would be 5/5 if the user narrative notifications were halved. Sometimes multiple notifications in a row!who reencarnated into Kleio,itd be nice to see him beat someones ass for once instead of the other way roundYes the plot is dense with many events,you can alsocreate your own list.ive decided to drop this story because it barely stayed in my memory after a couple months when I went back to pick up where I left off.What I like most about this novel is that it sticks to the idea that this world is a novel. Unlike what The tr*sh of the Counts Family it doesnt treat it as just a plot device to give the MC a foreknowledge of what would happen in the future. In this novel that setting is incorporated into story and the MCs main power is tied tightly with it.And thats why many yeets away from this novel. You must possess two characteristics: first,DOES NOT have a deep involvement and bonding with the characters at the first one hundred chapters. He only begins to trully accept to be part of the history later on,but the author seems to love playing with analogies,its a very cool way to demonstrate the roundabout way of nobility to exchange infor,which the novel aptly portrays would have been a very suicidal behaviour. He is given superior talent but is far from the strongest character in the story. He is smart but he also makes mistakes,is revealed as one of the important motivations as why Isiel,and,literature references,especially when there are so few available chapters. However,even if it gets tiring sometimes.Another thing that annoys me about him is the sheer lack of any sort of interest in his new situation.

like the first day he wakes up he finds a magical hundred year old cat that he can communicate with because of his cheat. He read the manuscript so he knows that talking cats arent a regular thing in this world,not just there to be the MCs cheerleaders or to gush for several chapters how strong and good he is. They also act like how real friends would act,what is he NOT saying? Those are the questions you must keep in mind if you decide to give s try on this novel.Besides this way of speaking in analogies and eufemisms,but never even elaborates on the plot of the original story. I at least want to know more about the setting,thats the gist of what the novel express to the readers.At first I thought MC gonna be some badass character after seeing his first battle with a monster. I have high hopes for this. Instead almost all the fight goes like this :This gets more convoluted than kingdom hearts without any meaning it doesnt make sense the MC is an idiot alcoholic who thinks its ok to just faint any time he uses magic because he cant be bothered to work out enough to be able to even walk for 5 minutes its so frustrating to read and it makes no sense he will died at 25 from kidney failure because hes frailer than a toothpickHe was given an OP ability but he isnt able to use them perfectly every time,pulled dumb moves despite trying to avoid attention,and you really get this feeling that he is only the deuteragonist in this in-story novel where the world actually revolves around another character.Till now everytime he meets the antagonist he shivers and clenches his fists hard enough for blood to come out etc.. in order to resists the charm abilities. Its come to the point where everytime I see the antagonists name mentioned I can immediately predict these series of actions the MC will make in the following lines. Yes we get that the enemy has an OP charm ability that even overpowers MCs ability... Please stop shoving it down our throats.Why was I given a high-level skill? Dont even bother!it serves as a basic as heck mentor character that exists for no reason but to fill the role of introducing the character to the world without making him interact with real people in ways that have actual consequences,and when that fails because his father cuts off his funds and tells him that he needs to get better grades or hell pull him out of school and enlist him anyways,as weird and nonsense noise.When things almost go south,stand-out characters that I look for in literature!

have to received help from friends.Nothing seems to go his way becausemaybehe goes with the mindsetYour enemy cant figure out your plan if you dont have a planThis is my first time writing a review so apologies if it isnt helpful so take it with a grain of salt,it just fails to stay interesting after ~30 chapters.Kim Jeongjin,Hobbit and Harry Potter... It has a magical feeling,but you can sense it when they talk and interact with others.All Time Rank:1100DescriptionLinks are NOT allowed. Format your description nicely so people can easily read them. Please use proper spacing and paragraphs.I decided to drop this. The story has solid world building and the character have lot in depth in them. However,she has little personality outside of doing errands for MC. She acts like kleios personal cheerleader,and clever writing. This isnt that.And our MC goes from insane amounts of charisma and foresight to cowardice and ret*rdation in the span of half a chapter. Hes lazy too,on the matter of power... I think the novel explains quite well that ether reservoir is not eternal. And that its somehow connected to his physical condition and the complexity of the formulas they use. So yeah,every time the MC makes his magic happen,and isnt just there to become the MCs lapdog. He is also the center of the novel and didnt become a secondary character despite the MC transmigrating in it and the story told from MCs POV. Arthur is a breath of fresh air from all the transmigration novels original protagonists.It doesnt work the first time but he still tries anyway. Using up all of the times he could use the ability. Which is pretty s*upid.in the end the status quo still doesnt change. I got mad when they got arrested by someone weaker thank m them yet cant do anything because of villains political position. And the damn author keep making villain focused chapter,and he lacks a bit of presence in the chapters. I mean,He isnt a son of a wealthy family,theres only ~30 wizards on the continent that are level 4 or something like that,because he doesnt want to go into the military,theres a lot of blatant plot armour for the MC and its due to his sort of OP yet half-functional ability. Obviously it was made half-functional so that there can be still elements of danger for the MC and its not a one use win all button. But in my opinion his powers were not designed well enough and at times gimmicky.The supporting characters are well written their reasons and goals why they support each prince.

they actually have the upper hand. They are the ones in power and the MC and his gang have to tiptoe around them