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Enemy of the World (Main Character hides his Strength Book 1) (Volume 1) Paperback – January 11, 2018
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I'm very interested in where the story goes, and look forward to buying the next volume.
Thanks for a great read!
The character is incredibly overpowered but can't use his power. I would highly recommend this book to olthers and i hope the translater and author comtinues.
-An interesting world that while not overly fleshed out, teases the imagination well
-Side characters who push the story along and have defined desires/goals
-An OP Main character who is believably restrained due to the plot
-Good job on translating (grammatical mistakes are there, but very few for a translation)
-World is too vague in many ways, even with plot critical things (ie: how you change you class with a chrged alter done by a mage during an eclipse, but become an alchemist anytime, and tokens are needed because... they are)
-Unlikable main character. You don't want to root for him because he is NOT a good guy. He happens to do a little good because the bad guys get in his way while he's doing what he wants.
This book was a very interesting read for me because it has a world I don't see too often, and it is more driven by the side charaters than the MC; With that said, I just couldn't get invested in the book because there is little to like about MC Kim.
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Otherwise it flows pretty well, but kinda feels like a manga without pictures