To be perfectly honest, I'm quite fascinated by this book. I'm not really fond of novels that has a female protagonist, but this one hits differently. Nevertheless, I still have to give my constructive criticism. (I've only read 7 chapters, by the way.)
Grammar: 3/5. It's good, but it could be better. Some sentences are off-putting, to say the least, but it's readable. In comparison to MTL, this should be three grades above it.
Punctuations: 2/5. It's horrid. Some sentences goes on for way too long than it's supposed to. In addition, the place where a period needs to be is almost always another comma. I hate to say this but... it's making the overall book less attractive. Try using software like Grammarly to help you fix up both the Grammar and the Punctuations.
Dialogues: 2.8/5. It's like the characters are speaking in a robotic manner, especially in the first and second chapter. For visualization, think of it as like reading a script rather than acting it. In order to fix this flaw, I went to a nearby coffee shop and watched other people conversing with each other. It's creepy, I'll admit that, but it greatly helped me.
Pacing: 3/5. I like the pacing, but in some parts, it's too fast for me. Try reading some slow-paced novels like 'Great Doctor Ling Ran' to calculate how fast your novel is going.
Characters: 3.6/5. I'll get back to this since I've only read 7 chapters. So for now, it sits at 3.6.
World-Building: 3.8/5. You established the world in detail, but not to the point that it's not confusing. In the first three or four chapters, I thought I was reading a cultivation novel or something. Try and 'subtly' insert the fact that it's a modern-world pls.
Story: 4.4/5: It's captivating to say the least. I don't have any advice to give you other than keep doing it.
In conclusion, the novel isn't bad. There're just a few glaring flaws that need to be fixed.
Overall, I give this novel a 3.8⭐! After I finish the remaining chapters, I will update my review.