Reviews of Quick Transmigration: Goddess Of My Imagination


Quick Transmigration: Goddess Of My Imagination


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I'm going to be honest here. I'm pissed. Pissed at how realistic Ali's past is. I'm pissed at how the world treated him. Therefore making the mc really relatable. A few chapters in and I can already relate and understand why the mc thinks negatively. The book is a nice read. I'm just sad that he didn't get revenge on his past enemies. If you're looking for a book that can evoke emotions. Well this one works well in that regard.


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So far, with the chapters I have read, the story is very engaging and just right up my alley. I enjoyed the story because it has a flavor of adventure and action. Keep it up and keep writing Author!


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MC is so confusing. I can't understand what is wrong with her. Moreover, I felt like I was watching a toddler when I was reading. For a successful person, she is really stupid. Your writing is contrasting with one another. For a successful person, she must be strong-willed and decisive, no? But she was weak-willed and indecisive. What is more? She couldn't even use her advantages. I only have one word for her, trash.


So, itโ€™s time for my long overdue 25-chapter review (Iโ€™m 113 chapters in at time of this review). As always, I will try to remain positive and give impartial feedback. Note: this review is very long and doesn't contain a TL;DR. Pros (the good) > Character development. It isnโ€™t very often that writers give a chapter intro to the MC when they are in their original world and this can cause issues with character development in the early chapters (there are exceptions). The fact that the MC does have such a chapter (and itโ€™s so damn realistic, itโ€™s scary), really helps to establish that connection between the reader and the MC. Being able to relate to the MC truly makes a story more enjoyable. > World building. Another great forte of this story is its sense of wonder for the world. I donโ€™t really know how to describe this but establishing an attraction from the reader to know more about the world is evidence of good writing. While the specific laws for this world havenโ€™t been clearly defined yet (what are the restrictions), there is still tonnes of time to establish this in future chapters. > Realistic characters. This is pretty self-explanatory. Iโ€™m not really sure why readers/writers like it when the MC acts so unrealistic but I know that I donโ€™t. The main thing I want to draw attention to is the MCโ€™s trauma. I have seen a couple reviews and comments on people complaining about the MCโ€™s passivity but there are two major factors at play which make the MCโ€™s current passivity a more likely scenario if it were played out realistically. First, the MC is not sure of the extent of their abilities. This is becoming less an issue where I am in the novel but in earlier chapters it is a major factor. Second, clicking your fingers and suddenly youโ€™re okay is just complete BS, especially if it is the sort of trauma described in the MC. Clearly most people here possess the lowest of the lowest quantities of knowledge for how psychology works and I find peopleโ€™s unrealistic desires are more annoying than the passivity of the MC. The MC isnโ€™t even that bad. When pushed into a corner, they will definitely release their ability and pretty much pummel the other party and they are recovering at a rate that could already be considered quite rapid. Iโ€™m not about to explain the psychology behind the MCโ€™s actions. I donโ€™t have that much time. If you want to know, go look it up yourself. Cons (what needs fixing) > Grammar. Haha, Iโ€™m not really sure how many times I have said this in a review but it is definitely allot. Accurate use of grammar is necessary in order for a reader to be able to interpret certain sentences correctly. In particular, the inaccurate use of commas is an issue in this novel as I have occasionally found it hard to determine sentence breaks if Iโ€™m just chill reading. How can this be fixed? Easy. Just read the sentence to yourself slowly and, wherever you notice there is a natural pause, place a comma. Just take note of where I leave my commas in this review if an example is necessary. Leave a comment, author, if you need further elaboration. > Munted sentences. Thankfully, these are few and far between. In fact, I have not come across any in recent chapters. Basically, these are sentences which can be difficult to interpret or can be interpreted in more than just a couple of ways. They often occur when writers get into their โ€œzoneโ€ and start just writing whatever comes to mind then forget to proof read. As an editor, I have seen my fair share of munted sentences and can fix them in my head quickly but it may be more difficult for lighter readers. As I already said though, they mostly donโ€™t exist in the most recent chapters, which is great! Grey area (what doesnโ€™t classify as particularly good nor necessarily need fixing) > Technicalities and science. I realise that this isnโ€™t a major focus of the novel (it is fantasy afterall) but, as a man of science, I feel compelled to address the authorโ€™s use ofโ€ฆ โ€œspeed of lightโ€ travel. *Gasp* *horror* Thatโ€™s right, I said it! So, the problem with travelling at the speed of light is twofold. First, the connotations of travelling at such speeds, and second, but a bit less importantly, the ability to actually see at such speeds. Iโ€™ll dumb it down allot so, if you want more details, leave a comment with the question you want answered. - First issue. It is common knowledge that travelling at the speed of light is impossible thanks to special relativity- โ€œBut Wolf, there is magic in this worl-โ€œ Hold ya horses, Iโ€™m not done yet. Assuming that you were able to achieve such a speed through some unnatural means like magic, an event known as matter warping will occur. You ever ask why scientists can only propel fundamental particles near the speed of light? Yeah? This is why (also energy requirement but thatโ€™s besides the point). Basically, when an object speeds up, it gets hotter due to the latent energy contained within the object. We donโ€™t notice this as humans because we are not moving nearly fast enough for this to be realised. Well, when an object travels fast enough, the heat in the object will be enough to destabilise the particles atomic structure and it will split down into its fundamental particles. โ€œBut Wolf, thatโ€™s why they use a shiel-โ€œ Iโ€™m afraid that protection against forces causing friction wonโ€™t help you here. Same as g-forces, a shield wonโ€™t be able to protect you because It is based solely on how fast you are traveling, not what you are traveling through. So, Iโ€™m now happy to reveal to all the readers and author that, congratulations, the moment the MC achieved โ€œspeed of lightโ€ travel, they were disintegrated into their fundamental particles, but there is a workaround. - Second issue. Assuming that the above isnโ€™t an issue (Iโ€™ll describe how to get around it momentarily), the MC would most certainly NOT be able to see while traveling at such speeds, at least, not without the help of magic to scan the area. Neglecting the fact that your brain definitely cannot calculate that fast, traveling at the speed of light means, well, there ainโ€™t no light reaching your eyes, at least, not in the way you want it to. This is more a hypothetical thing as no one has ever travelled anywhere near the speed of light, but you would likely see an array of colours in the form of streaks zipping past at ludicrous speeds relative to you. Definitely no discernible images. It would look something like the lightspeed jumps common in space simulators like Hellion, Elite Dangerous or Star Citizen. Actually, maybe not Elite Dangerous as that is a bit different. So, what is the workaround? Easy. Just a simple two words, โ€˜spatial manipulationโ€™. The last part of this review is directed more towards the author in case they want to delve more into a science explanation later on in the novel, as such, I will change my vocabulary to make it seem as though I am having a conversation with them. The advantage that you have in this novel is that you havenโ€™t really defined any laws for how the mana itself actually works and, that means, you donโ€™t have to worry about altering past chapters (not that I expect you to anyway). Because the MCโ€™s magic works off of imagination, it means that the mana just has to work around the laws while still upholding the MCโ€™s will. It might seem as though the MC is being accelerated to โ€œcโ€ (speed of light) but this is not necessarily the case. So long as the MCโ€™s will is done, it doesnโ€™t matter how the mana goes about it. Spatial manipulation is the key here. What the mana is actually doing is enclosing the MC (and their pet) in a sealed spatial plane/subdimension, (a bubble if you will) which is imposed on the actual plane, and then accelerating the ENTIRE subdimension to the speed of light by shrinking space in front and lengthening space behind causing a wormhole effect. That way โ€˜spaceโ€™ is what is taking the effect of lightspeed travel rather than the entities within said space. Since you would be using the wormhole effect, a shield would not even be necessary as the MC is not physically traveling at lightspeed, their temporary subdimension is. Using this theory, you would be able to even exceed lightspeed. Would this still cause nausea, my oath it would, so you donโ€™t have to worry about removing the MCโ€™s petโ€™s reaction. Keep in mind that this does not fix the second issue. The MC would still need to use magic to see. Final thoughts Well, there you have it! The good, the โ€œneeds fixingโ€ and the in-between. Do I recommend this novel? Abso-f*cking-lutely! Just donโ€™t click on this novel expecting romance (not at the current releases anyway) or an MC who stomps on everyone who is in their way. If thatโ€™s what you want, this novel is not for you. But the reader is their own best critic. Still not sure? Give it a go. There is only one way to find out if you will like it or not. It's a shame I could not give this novel a solid 5 stars (as I would like to) but the mistakes brought it down to 4.6 (I'm being impartial remember). As Iโ€™ve already said, if anyone has any questions or problems with my review, leave a comment and I will answer if I can. โ€ฆ1590 words laterโ€ฆ Holy sh!t I need to find a better way to spend my time other than writing essays on how an author is going on their work. Donโ€™t ever tell me that I donโ€™t support the authors that I read from.


The background story of the main character started out okay, however it quickly got worse when somehow the story started becoming cliche and the interactions became 2nd. She somehow meets up with some overpowered beings even though she just got into the damned place. I don't want to give spoilers for those curious enough to read this novel, but the novel is simply 3rd tier.


Somehow, i'm pissed off..


I'm gonna be brutally honest here. This story right here first had a great development plot. However that fell off quite quick. I'm not going to reveal much spoilers however our Main Character Ali has to have one one of the worst character development, it lacks any sort of plot, the environment he is in is seemingly... too positive. Overall this novel is not really my type but feel free to leave your opinions.


Terrible writing tbh. Wasted story would of been decent at least. The mc is so weak even tho he has god like powers itโ€™s sad and pathetic. The story is slow and boring. Nothing happens at all. Honestly a waste of time


Definitely my favorite novel, though I dont know why. Plot progression is a little slow but it allows the MC to learn more about the world. Kinda wish the MC would use her power more p/not hide it all the time.




Not gonna lie, but this sTory is amazing and i love it. but there is a huge problem, wiCh is the mc Is too accurately designed and is not really my type. she also thinks really odd and In my opinion stupid somtimes but overall amazing. also when i say type i mean not what i would like in a novel she acts and thinks too negative and overall like she is trash.


Frankly, I like the story. Beautiful world, good idea, and character. Simply put a gem in the rough. But seriously if she is going to be a coward all the time๐Ÿ˜ช I can't help but find it frustrating and difficult to enjoy. I understand very well the importance of chara development and that you want her to overcome her trauma slowly but you don't change if you don't try to. Let me ask you did you think that someone that had a trauma about a subject will get better just by simply avoiding it? (in this case, it's straight denial and nothing get better that way). In case of bullying, the more you give in the more the bully will ask for. Even if she doesn't become a superwoman out of anywhere she needs to show the will to overcome it and not just take things like this. I just hope you understand that it's more difficult to build a character temperament than to build it power. Even more in the style you are taking its clear we aren't in a quest for power but a quest for the mc betterment. I'm no expert and don't know your draft but I just hope not to see another good novel drop. Hope you don't take it badly.


good interesting plot, characters are not generic for the most part, sadly MC personality and actions are erratic and many times stupid and illogical. Her Ptsd or emotional issues from bullying is harped on too much only when the author feels the need to remind us of it, while in-between, the MC acts like a normal goody pacifist Japanese MC. She doesn't act like she never would have had friends in her past life since from day 1 in the new world she is practically a social butterfly. All in all the MC ruins any true liking you have for the story and it becomes a battle between how much you like the story versus how annoying and how much you dislike MC. It is also super slow-paced...as of chapter 18 only about a max of 14-16 days has passed in the new world and she still has not leveled up or figured out how to or even attempted research into it.


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A novel that I could recommend to anyone regardless of age and preferences. It's overall a very fulfilling reading experience. The Title of the novel was very bland and hence I had ignored it for a while even though it was recommended to me a few times. But actually, this novel is really good and I'm really impressed with it. I'm going to try to explain why I loved this novel and a few points which I'm unhappy about in quite a detailed matter, Its is a token of appreciation for keeping me entertained for 6 days. As far as grammar and spelling are considered, This novel is almost perfect. The entire narration style tends to be easygoing, aloof, and optimistic, This can be considered positively and negatively. The positive is that you could enjoy the entire novel in a rather lazy manner, you won't feel much tense, and overall won't find yourself crying or feeling lost. But the downside is that some of the themes which could have made a good emotional impact were presented in a rather lukewarm manner(Actually there are plenty of themes in it that could have made you cry but were delivered slightly off). Updates stability seems to be pretty good but I won't say any opinion on this since I read the entire novel from scratch in 6 days. But I'm kind of sad to see that nearly 20 chapters are privileged... The chapter size seems to be average? I hope for bigger chapters... Alright now to the story. Its indeed a really unique novel as far as the plot is concerned. Although elements of transmigration are present, it really isn't Similar to other transmigration novels. Actually, I could sum up this novel like a "vlog of a {girl} transmigrated into another world". I call it a vlog since almost every detail of what our MC does in her daily life like cooking, eating, sleeping, etc etc are explained in great detail, and believe me when I say its really good. Now it's interesting to note that almost the first 100 chapters of this novel had taken place in just one week inside the novel and surprisingly it didn't make me feel bored. Another point to note is that just forget about the genderbending thingy, The MC acts like a girl, and to be frank, I cant imagine Elysia as a man... The interpersonal relations between the characters of this novel can be said to be one of its charms. The bonds between characters that transcends simple love and friendship are actually quite refreshing to me. The characters were at the beginning not distinguishable but I could see a lot and lots of character development after 300+ chapters. Actually, I'm pretty sure that most readers will find themselves forming bonds with the characters of this novel. But if I were to say something that I'm dissatisfied about, some of the characters were kind of ignored later in the plot (I'm really depressed that Elysia, Ella, and Evelyn's trio were ignored. Now Ella and Evelyn are like extras or mobs...) Now the next charming point of this novel is its atmosphere. I am pretty sure that most of the readers will be quite relaxed while reading this novel. There aren't any deaths or tear-jerking moments. The world background is kinda weird right now when I'm writing this review... Hopefully, the world background will get better in a few hundred chapters. Okay Now, lemme just put a few points across in case someone who wants to start reading this novel is reading my review. *The tile might sound uninteresting, But it is indeed a really excellent read overall. * If you are someone who wants lots of action, face slapping, and revenge stuff, This might not be your cup of tea...But I would suggest you read a few chapters and at least give it a chance *Even though romance isn't present, The bonding between the characters is very nice, Romance genre lovers will probably love this novel. *Although the MC is OP, don't compare this novel with other slow life (like the dumb "oops I hunted a bird for dinner and it turned out to be the immoral Pheonix..." joke). The MC is really careful with her power and thankfully not dense nor stupid(She knows she has extreme power). Alright, that's it in my opinion, give it a try and most probably all are going to binge read it after getting addicted to it XD. Author-san, Thanks for the novel, I enjoyed it very much!


I've been following the story almost since the very beginning and it didn't disappoint me. A pretty slow slice of life that somehow keeps me engaged; I recommend this book. Thanks, author-san, may you continue this good work.


Alright, this will be a critique of the story where I focus on what I believe to be are problems with the novel. This is mostly written for the author but for potential readers I recommend reading this review along with positive reviews. This is a great novel and I highly recommend reading it. Anyways on to the critique. I am currently on chapter 540. WQ - 5; SD - 3; CD - 4; US - 5; WB - 5 (these initials corespond to the rating criteria). (1) Alright so this one is just a matter of preference but one of my biggest frustrations with the story is how slow everything is. I've been reading this for a while now so it's hard to remember, but I think only a month has passed in the story, yet we are already 500+ chapters in. A full chapter could be a conversation about a somewhat irrelevant topic like shopping in one of the most recent chapters. I consider a lot of the chapters just excess to the actual story and most of the time when I see a new chapter I only really expect to get about like two sentences of story and the rest is fluff for the story. Most of the time I just let it sit for a couple of days so the chapters accumulate. But anyways, in short: most chapters could be summarized in about two sentences such as 'we traveled to this country. During our travel we had a casual conversation while these two characters bickered with each other.' Writing wise, I suppose this is fine, I don't really know, I'm not an expert. It seems the author wants the story to be more about how the characters get to the important parts of the story and is probably trying to make the story slow. Some people prefer stories like this so it's just a matter of personal preference. But I just think it's WAY to slow. (2) Now this is one of my biggest issues with the story writing wise. There is 0 conflict between characters. I feel like sometimes the protagonists are a group of 'yes people.' What I mean by this is Elysia suggest something and 100% of the time, everyone agrees. What makes things worse is that most chapters are about conversations between the characters. This just makes a lot of the chapters feel kinda basic... I'm not really sure how else to describe it. I mean, don't get me wrong, I do enjoy reading the chapters, it's just it feels like it's missing that extra depth to what makes conversations interesting. I think at the moment, the most interesting parts of the most recent chapters (excluding story progression) is the conflict between the two bickering characters (I won't name them for the sake of spoilers). (3) I feel like the overarching story needs some minor improvements. Like why is the MC even in school at this point (she doesn't even show up anymore). I understand in the beginning she was trying to understand the world and get rooted, but now it's unnecessary. Also, why are gods acting as messengers? I feel like a more realistic situation would have been they forced all the rulers to meet, talked about the big threat, and creat an alliance. Then they focus on getting stronger and work on gathering information. Anyways, the way the story is now is fine, but I feel like the protagonists should be trying to connect big figures of the world. Also, the overarching story is a little more on the basic side since it's: these are the bad guys, we don't know much about them nor do we know their motivation; all we know is they are the bad guys and we will engage in a world war. Then dump a giant bag of sightseeing and casual talk and that's the basics of the story. However, then again, I feel like barely any of the overarching story has progressed so it hasn't really been able to gain any depth despite it already being like 500+ chapters in. Other then these three things I can't really think of any other critiques at the moment. If I do, I will add a comment to this review. Anyways, overall, I like the novel and I will continue reading it till the end. Keep up the great work author and way to go on staying strong with one chapter a day. That's an amazing feat, I would know since I'm a fellow author. I hope this is helpful ๐Ÿ˜.


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