I used to be a normal high school girl but in the blink of an eye, I woke up in a place I've never seen before and-and I was reborn as a spider?! How could something that's nothing more than a tiny spider (that's me) possibly survive in literally the worst dungeon ever? Are there no rules? There should be some rules! Who the hell is responsible for this? SHOW YOUR FACE!
Source: Yen Press
Our main character, Wakaba, is reborn as a spider. She is born into The Great Elroe Labyrinth, a continent-sized dungeon where magical beasts slaughter and maw at each other constantly simply for the sake of survival. The novel depicts our little spider's hardships' hurdles, and her triumphs. Regarding the characters, they are independent. Honestly, I am confused as to how other reviews do not understand that our MC's upbringing (literally) defines how she perceives and interacts with others. From the moment she was reborn, she had no one but herself. And thus, often, we find our Wakaba talking and depending on herself。 So the instance where we see her interact with a foreign body, obviously, she would not care too much about them. For a seemingly endless amount of days, she spent alone and simply trying to survive whatever came her way. So it would make sense that it would be difficult for our Wakaba to open up to a foreign body who wasn't there when she experienced her struggle. As for the story, the novel tells two stories at once: the story of Wakaba's reborn incarnation in the Great Elroe Labyrinth, and secondly, the story of her classmates as they spend their time in a school slice-of-life-esque genre. The former, has a lot of emotion and character, and the reader builds a relationship with Wakaba and desires more regarding her success and dispositions. As for the latter, honestly, it is bland. The characters are two-dimensional. And throughout the chapter's sequence, I often desired the classmate's utter failure and agony; however, I was always disappointed. At some point, it was more enjoyable to simply skip the side-story chapters rather than their actual consumption. One thing that griped me about the side story is that it's full of red herrings, making it unenjoyable. TL;DR:Our main character, Wakaba, is an independent spider who goes through many hardships and struggles. Though a little narcissistic, is lovable and lowkey.Highly recommend it if you're willing to put the effort into skipping all of the side-story chapters (they're absolutely garbage and insignificant--I found that they end and converge at around Volume 6,l and it's smooth sailing from then onwards).
I just finished volume 6. The story is enjoyable. The only big complaint is that there are a few points where I am not sure who the story is following in the beginning due to a change in perspective and not enough information has been given. Also, the story follows two seperate times in the world with a 10 year difference. It took a few volumes before I was able to grasp the timeline appropriately. The main character is hillarious. The main protagonist, however, is pretty boring. About 70% of the chapters follow the main character, so that's good. The main protagonist will hopefully be better as the story progresses. It seems that he might have been written to be a parody of the normal isekai protagonist as an idealist with a harem. Many of the secondary characters are quite interesting. This series definatly has a freash take on the isekai genre that makes for an enjoyable read. I recommend it.
The story is good but not great cause the chracters are just shit. The protagonist only cares about her self don't give a damm about others and the other chracters are not that great too. The base of the story is good, but i don't get what she want's. "The world is destroying and it dosent matter to the protagonist...then what she wants ? " I will give an overall to this novel a 6/10 rating.
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