Haruka, a loner in High School was suddenly summoned to a different world. When Haruka realized it, God was standing before him with a catalog of Skills for him to choose to help him survive in the Different World. However, they were selected on a first come first serve basis, and the Cheat skills had all been picked by his classmates!?
Haruka only got the awkward left over skills, and couldn’t form a party because of his Loner skill. Even in this Different World, he has to adventure by himself. And then, he learned that his classmates were in danger and decided to save them, heading down the path of becoming strongest without relying on Cheat skills── the debut of the attack on the Different World by the strongest loner begins!
Hitoribocchi no Isekai Kouryaku
Action, Adventure, Comedy, Ecchi, Fantasy, Harem, Romance
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This novel started really boring and predictable. I even made a bet with a friend that I would guess the plot…. And I did, confirmed it at not even 2% of completion.
I wanted to drop it so bad, but I kept going and I was pleasantly surprised that it did not follow the same Isekai copypasta plot as the rest.
It’s Alice of lifeish, MC doesn’t have cheats, and instead got some progress hindering skills that are broken in their own way making him actually powerful. Makes no sense right?
Imagine Handa-kun in another world. A loner that finds himself surrounded by girls who wanna protect him at some point. There’s 20 of them even.
What I liked is that the MC doesn’t give two dams and makes everyone mad. I found it to be quite funny. Yes you may call it repetitive, but again, the novel doesn’t take itself seriously.
Point is, it’s enjoyable in some ways, it’s not good. Not too shabby, you can definitely read I’d you have nothing else in mind. But don’t come expecting god tier writing. It doesn’t have it.
Score? 5/10 it’s w.e
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