After a god screws up and accidentally takes high schooler Shou's life, he offers him reincarnation with a gift to make up for it. Shou asks to retain all his old memories for the new life. Shou is reborn as Will, a noble's son in a world where magic use is common and involves knowledge of kanji characters. With all his memories, he's a brilliant toddler, and when he experiments with magic, he finds that he has an amazing talent for it! What's more, though he was smart but unloved in his old life, in his new life he has a mother and a father who both love him deeply. His future as Will is looking very bright!
I read the description and figured I wouldn't like this manga, but it's not as bad as I expected. While filled with clichés, the manga does manage to use them in a fairly refreshing way. The biggest saving grace is that this story isn't about the OP young master being OP (though he is), but rather him trying to fit into the new world. A nice read if you want to waste some time, but nothing groundbreaking in any way.
A cliche isekai, it's not bad but it's kind of boring. The main character is reincarnated into a world where the entire magic system is Japanese, yet everyone in that world is pretty bad at pronouncing Japanese so his cheat is basically knowing his own language- and the ridiculous mana capacity god gave him. He goes around doing OP kid stuff, being a genius, everything goes his way. Goes to magic school, breaks the magic reading device, is generally OP, everything goes his way. There are attempts at 'plot' but it's all just 'mysterious figure wants him dead but all their plots are easily foiled because he's OP' so. There's that. It's not terrible, it's just a bit boring.
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