Wouldn’t it be a dream to wake up in a world of your own creation? For Kim Hajin, it’s nothing short of a nightmare. With no clue how or why he’s been transported into his web novel — as a mere extra, no less! — Hajin has little choice but to see his story through until the end. Lucky for him, as the author, he knows this perilous world like the back of his hand. But when discrepancies in the plot begin popping up left and right, Hajin soon realizes that things aren’t quite so simple, after all…
The story is good. At first, I was irritated by how flat the characters were written, and how they duplicate stereotypical types ofcharacters in these kinds of mangas but then somehow I've read all 20 chapters feeling surprisingly excited to see what will happen next. (so yeah, i recommend).
It's an amazing story and the art is so good compared to all the other hunter and monster manga's but the ending from the novel is terrible and it's only good till he leaves the school but it's really good at the beginning. But there are some parts that do just annoy me since he just babysit the novel characters most of the time. But in general it's and amazing read.
Averge transportation into a novel, but it's done well. The story isn't anything emotional and the overall plot and pacing is good. Art is great, and the action scenes are pretty well done. MC is aloof, but knows how to use his knowledge to its extent, so you won't get frustrated with him. Overall some characters are kind of flat, but it's quick entertainment.
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