There is hardly anything of significance that happened in the 98 chapters I read. Anything interesting or related to world building happened to other characters and the MC only learns of it when he comes back from hiding somewhere and hears the gossip. Otherwise the MC is grinding experience painfully slowly. Two issues I have: the writer repeats statements over and over again, using slightly different words, or many times the same words. All this does is artificially increases word count without adding to the story. For a story where nothing happens over a large number of chapters it is very frustrating to suffer this bad tactic from writers to increase word count. Second issue: the cost of each chapter vs the enjoyment that you get out of it is totally imbalanced. Why would I spend money when it takes twenty chapters for some minor thing to happen? If you’re going to read this, save your money, and use it only when the story is free. Or wait for the story to have 500 chapters before investing.
true to its word really a good novel if u are gonna read this be prepared for a slow and fulfilling development no unnecessary plots just a cautious mc and for pepople who want to read novel out of the habit of reading it everyday it's for u guys the author said that he will preserve till infinity so we can expect it to be not dropped unless he goes back on his words
Very slow, very cautious story, but I like that a lot. I also like that the MC's cheat is very minimal. He has eternal life (and eternal youth), but he can still be killed like anyone else. What follows is a cautious MC, and a pragmatic cultivation story. It's good stuff, feels like I've been looking for a story like this for a long time, but I know it may not be for everyone.