Fushi no Kami: Rebuilding Civilization Starts with a Village (Light Novel)

Alt title: Fushi no Kami: Henkyou kara Hajimeru Bunmei Saiseiki (Light Novel)

Vol: 7+
2019 - ?
3.856 out of 5 from 40 votes
Rank #9,131
Fushi no Kami: Rebuilding Civilization Starts with a Village (Light Novel)

Ash is a young boy with apparent past-life memories who lives in a remote, deserted village. As he remembers leading a bountiful life, he can’t bear living in a world akin to the Dark Ages, where not even the internal combustion engine exists. He envisions the rebirth of civilization and to do that he makes use of the church’s resources, learning how to read and obtaining the knowledge that he seeks He enlists the help of the people around him, including Maika, the village chief’s daughter. Together, they aim to develop their own village!

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Fushin no Kami (Undying God) is a great short series to pick up if you like the Isekai genre and like the concept of the protagonist using his past life knowledge and the knowledge left behind by the world's ancient civilizations to rebuild the technology lost to time. It has 7 Volumes as it's main story as of this writing and seems to have concluded in that 7th volume. I gave the series an overall 8 because it is a genuinely good and overall fun read. There are some wonderful characters, the illustrations are great, and the story is well thought out. I think that it has some flaws but nothing really worth mentioning. To me, the score I have feels fair as I look back and gauge how enraptured I became in it's story or how often I found myself wanted to come back for more as compared to the plethora of other books or light novels that I read. It was a story I was very interested in seeing the conclusion to, especially when I heard that Vol. 7 was the last one. I did, however, prioritize other works over this one; works that I have rated higher. There are times where it felt more like a to-do item than a genuine desire to hurry up and find out what's next towards the end of the series. I think it is good that the author didn't drag out the series because the ending felt generally good where it was. I think they should be proud of this work and I hope they one day get their own Anime adaptation.  P.s. Read the afterwards, it is worth it and somewhat related to the story. At least read the one in Vol. 7 as it is the final wrapup and a look in the years after the books final chapter. 

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