I like reading. boo
a wise one I see
It starts a bit awkward but with potential which starts to slowly dissolve as time goes on. The MC starts doing things that are in complete contrast with his character. He doesn't know whether he is cold or compassionate and there isn't any rule to this like compassionate only to close friends or something. Also, the amount of young masters is ridiculous for a supposedly "serious" work. Another thing this suffers from is convenience syndrome, aka, whatever the MC needs he will get a few chapters later without any real reason. Basically, shut off your brain and prepare your wallet.
I'm starting to see a very "accidental" plot progression here...
um yeah, you are kinda late now that you have literally named yourself Lucifer on a goddamn interstellar social-game platform you knobhead
NUGGETS!!! [heavy breathing ensues]
no need to add the "good at body language", it has been force-fed to us already during the dwarf mission
I'll go from writing to the actual contents of the novel. Grammar is fairly decent, however, it seems that having Goblins speak in broken sentences has rubbed off of the Author. As such, sentences with either missing words or simply wrong ones occur sporadically. Now onto the novel itself. The premise is fairly interesting. The problem occurs when the Author goes back into the past and then backtracks into the present as it can be quite confusing at times. The characters are very alive unlike in most novels, the only problem I have with them is that they are a bit too forgiving sometimes. It's a decent read.
what about blinking?
save our souls