Receiving items from the far future to market in the present.
I would split the novel into two sections, the reviewing and the MC’s life.
I like the idea. He reviews products from the future on the internet via videos/livestreams and is paid with the product. He uses the products in his life and that’s what the novel is about. He gets a cool toy and we see what happens because of it.
Most of the content is on his day to day life, mainly consisting of humor, character interactions, and random events (as I would describe it). This is by no means a serious novel (so far at least) so have an open mind as you read.
The humor isn’t my cup of tea. It’s exaggerated and sometimes drawn out for too long.
I’m also not a fan of the character interactions, his three younger sisters, yes three, are all bratty in their own ways. The way they act is fine but sometimes the way they act is not fine. Like when they work together to exploit their older brother, the MC. The parents I liked sometimes and sometimes not. And the teachers I definitely dislike.
And then what’s left are random events that are scrambled in to show character interaction and bits of story to keep everything moving.
For people that have read, the random events would be like the amusement park, the soda prank on the boy, and the jumping event. The story would be the dinner meeting, running from the teacher, and the exam.
Breaking everything down, it doesn’t seem like that much or good at all but I enjoyed reading it.
This review is pretty bad but what do you expect when it’s almost 7 AM.