From The Strongest Job of Dragon Knight, To The Beginner Job Carrier, Somehow, The Heroes are Depending on Me Light Novel Bahasa Indonesia | Cyborg-tl

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From The Strongest Job of Dragon Knight, To The Beginner Job Carrier, Somehow, The Heroes are Depending on Me Light Novel Bahasa Indonesia

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1/5 – F Tier – Read it if you have nothing else
My initial thought pertaining towards the novel was ‘Alright, here we go again.’ The cover was interesting at first glance but the title and description both seemed to be fighting against each other in deciding just which of the two could be the blandest.
The prologue was entirely predictable and, in my opinion, went on for far longer than necessary. I wouldn’t have a problem with it if it wasn’t trying to pull the rug from under our noses as

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if we were ret*rded. Really, did the author believe that readers would think he (the Mc) actually became a lower, weaker, class—reverting to base level, mind you—without keeping some sort of strength or having some sort of leverage? Still, the prologue did serve its purpose well enough. The MC can best be described as ‘laidback’, which is to be expected with a story like this. However, that description is also as far as his personality goes. The writing isn’t anything extraordinary nor is it a tr*sh bag of literature, it reaches the point of barely passable and sits comfortably in that position throughout. The descriptions are short and brief, it does not elaborate unless in times when readers are supposed to feel a sense of wonder; though even those ‘elaborations’ are brief. There are some minor qualms with the translation itself, but not something substantial enough to kill you. Like “I decided to proceed with conversation in order to ask what I had to ask.” These types of sentences exist from time to time and may not be for the weak-willed. The dialogues in the novel are… bad. Terrible enough to make you feel the need to skim through them—many of the ‘conversations’ go on for more than needed and many are used for exposition alone. So far, none of the characters sound like real people. The plot seems tedious. The pacing itself is slow, and not in a good way, the type that moves at a snail’s pace just to write more chapters (probably why the dialogues are obnoxiously long just to get a point across) with little occurring. It doesn’t take till chapter 6 for anything truly ‘worthy’ to happen and even that itself was brief. But I suppose this is supposed to be a mellow novel in the first place. There are some sparse artworks, drawings that are honestly too good for this story. There is little going for this book. It’s a straight ‘Meh’. A story to be read once you’ve chugged through the other worthy reads in your library and have few left. <
 
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