Sir Slothy, pin this review prithee! ༼ つ ◕o◕ ༽つ
Entire review below wast thrown in (a very inaccurate) Shakespearean converter to add some spice to it. (it seemeth appropriate considering the background of this story.)
Below, one may findeth an honest review, as sugar coating is not mine own style.
[Writing Quality : 3/5 stars)
One may forsooth understandeth the language of Sir Sloth rather well. However, it shalt beest did note yond one may findeth occasional typos, spelling mistakes, and a few other issues, which cometh together to detract 2 stars. I rate things with 3 being average though, so I would sayeth yond the quality is just in the middle. The novel forsooth pondered valorous f'r wn standards.
I would suggest haply writing on Google Docs if 't be true not already. Docs tenders a grammar checker which doest help catch some of the basic errors (and spell check too). I find myself as just a grammar nazi, but I personally bethink yond most people shall readeth it without any issues.
I would like to note yond sloth writes in a very styliz'd manner. Especially with this novel in first person, thee heareth the voice of the protagonist, Mike of Tarnow, from the house of Terrna of the starry moon crest, landed of the city of Tarnow, lord of the province and the surrounding villages, very clearly, which is wonderful because it adds to his character!
[Stability of Updates : 5/5 stars]
At which hour the Sloth is did motivate, none may standeth in his way of updates. Thither hast nev'r been an auth'r with more stable updates than the renown'd Sloth who hast grac'd the ordinary with his stability.
[Story Development: 3/5 stars]
The story follows the perspective of Mike of Tarnow, who is't transmigrates into the gentle's corse after tripping in his past life. He decides to useth his modern knowledge and arts to improve his current situation.
The beginning may cometh off to others as a dram dry, but t's quite informative. People who is't art interest'd in history and culture shall findeth it very engaging, and it is clear yond the auth'r is well-knowledg'd and didst plenty of research ov'r the background. Story picks up 'round chapter four, but the information did provide ere is important too.
I bethink yond I tooketh off both stars because of the info-dump-esque style at the beginning, which isn't very much a valorous idea. (the first chapter wast intriguing, and then the following two chapters wast very information-packed). The pacing, in mine own opinion, couldst've been better flow'd.
Once the information deliver'd is ov'r, though, the pacing doest becometh rather interesting. The story hast a clear direction and plot which is most wondrous.
[Character Design: 3/5 stars]
To beest honest, i feeleth like Mike of Tarnow's character adapt'd too apace to the situation of transmigration. He may beest well-educat'd in the topics of history and the events yond hath happened, and yond he considers everything a game, but the fact yond he adapt'd in a matter of seconds doest want a did bite of believability. F'r example (spoiler hither), at which hour killing a sir, he doesn't showeth much of a reaction after doing so. This is account'd to the fact yond he treats this like a game, but considering how realistic everything cometh across, i feeleth like how he reacts is a did bite unrealistic.
I eke wouldn't believeth yond an individual knoweth yond much history if 't be true i hadst not known the kind of person yond the author, Sir Sloth, is. Argal, the knowledge aspect of Mike of Tarnow's character doest maketh logical sense
I indeed like the character Elia, who is't seemeth to beest the romantic interest. The lady seemeth interesting and the lady appears quite early on as well. I am excit'd to see and receiveth to knoweth that lady character a did bite moo.
[World Background: 5/5 stars]
As mention'd ere, Sir Sloth hast extensive knowledge ov'r history and culture (after all, this is bas'd off of the state he knoweth most wondrous). A clear demonstration of this knowledge is did include in the story, and thus, the background may seemeth very vivid. The useth of authentic cultural conversions and terms eke adds to the realistic depth of the world. Certes, this deserves a full five stars.
Overall, the total rating is [3. 8 out of 5 stars]. In other words, above average. 'Twill beest an enjoyable readeth f'r those who is't art interest'd in the history genre, and those who is't enjoy transmigration 'r modern protagonist mindset characters. Sticking through the beginning shall forsooth beest worth t.
Sir Sloth hast once again deliver'd a magnificent story. However, i has't mine own doubts if 't be true this novel is truly worthy enow to compete with the glory yond "While Others Cultivate, I Use My Unique RPG Leveling System to Cultivate Smut Romance With Their Girlfriends!", another worketh of Sir Sloth, holds. Yond novel is a true worketh of art, while the true value of this worketh is not quite yet certain, as not enow chapters has't been putteth out to generate a complete review.
Regardless, these art mine own first impressions, which shall hopefully beest able to guide others if 't be true they can make shift to readeth through this detail'd (and very inaccurate) language! 'Twill not beest a loss f'r thee to readeth through this novel if 't be true thou art intrigu'd.