[ read online Reading ] Early YearsAuthor TurtleMe – Z55z.co

King Grey has unrivaled strength, wealth, and prestige in world governed through martial ability However, solitude lingers closely behind those with great power Beneath the glamorous exterior of a powerful king lurks the shell of man, devoid of purpose and willReincarnated into a new world filled with magic and monsters, the king has a second chance to relive his life Correcting the mistakes of his past will not be his only challenge, however Underneath the peace and prosperity of the new world is an undercurrent threatening to destroy everything he has worked for, questioning his role and reason for being born again


10 thoughts on “Early Years

  1. Charles Charles says:

    Sooo I kept reading waiting for it to get better, and 57 chapters in it cuts out and won t keep going unless you re a member of the site So I try to join with facebook but it messes up and I m like Why am I even trying to keep on reading this Usually I d avoid spoilers but I really don t think it s worth reading.The writing style is overly simplistic The character is so stupidly OP it s not even funny Problems just solve themselves as they go along The incredibly young characters are sexua Sooo I kept reading waiting for it to get better, and 57 chapters in it cuts out and won t keep going unless you re a member of the site So I try to join with facebook but it messes up and I m like Why am I even trying to keep on reading this Usually I d avoid spoilers but I really don t think it s worth reading.The writing style is overly simplistic The character is so stupidly OP it s not even funny Problems just solve themselves as they go along The incredibly young characters are sexualised MC is apparently a mass murderer in his past life Like actually, millions of people Despite the fact that his very job was designed to stop war and prevent losing precious humans MC comes from Earth In the future presumably If you re going to have a magic system on earth, and the society is different, and it s basically unrecognisable in the scant details given, what is the point of it being earth The plot is idk stupid Non existent It s just wish fulfillment I don t find the character interesting or likeable The dragon encounter is stupid The time jumps are disorienting The elves are nothing like elves What exactly was the point of making them elves if you re not going to respect the lore They could have been a secluded human tribe and it would have made no difference at all to the story Also I find it rather creepy that the 28 yo guy stuck in a 4 8yo body is commenting on the future hotness of his elf friend who is 5 9yo That is equivalent to a human 5 9yo they don t grow up faster or slower I mean yes it s not like he s lusting after her he s saying she ll grow up to be hot Still creeps me out Also his mother I get that it s like meant to be about the mother child bond but it comes across as sexual.The infodumps Oh the infodumps It s like the author decided on that instead of story Sometimes I don t mind, like Worth the Candle has just slightly too much of this but I read them all because it s a good book and the info is usually interesting I just don t care about them here tho like Work it into the story Cut it if I don t need to know it FFS Do better.The elves seem to have no culture except a mild racism towards humans MC lives there for what four years and we see just about nothing of them because of the time skip The princess has a crush on him, the grandfather talks familiarly with him about him marrying the elven princess with a vocabulary like idek, an old man from the southern US and he doesn t associate with the King and Queen Whom he lives with He has an enemy amongst the nobility who just sort of stops being a problem because.Just to be clear he s the first human allowed into elfland in like two hundred years Which was an issue but the the grandfather was like Oh now it s not an issue because I say so These elves hate humans you think they re going to cheer at one marrying their princess The grandfather was hating humans when we first met him, that went away real quick Along with everything else our boy is the cure for centuries old racism.I can t even follow the whole Beast Tamer deal partly because I don t care but mostly I think because it s stupid Also he has a pet dragon now No that s not what I meant about being a beast tamer the name doesn t make sense at all for what it seems to do The whole magic system seems to be based on some sort of videogame like blueprint and I really didn t need to read so much about the mechanics of it in such a short time.Basically he s your average ridiculously powerful in just about every single magic discipline , cute, mass murdering possibly paedophilic individual with a ridiculous amount of luck, who never has to work for anything and all his problems basically solve themselves Those who don t fall in love with him instantly, admire him, and those who don t admire him, fear him.Like I said the plot isn t really anything so I can t comment on it.I can see an attraction like, I want to know what happens next, what he s building up to, whether this gets good at some point and lives up to what it could be It s not worth the headache of every single other part of the thing tho, the full extent of which I have not bitched about here.I mean feel free to disregard this whole rant and read the book anyway, I may have sunstroke


  2. Quietcanary Quietcanary says:

    Written for 15 year Olds by a 13 year old.The premise starts with a pretty standard troupe and immediately starts with the immature commentary The struggle of starting out is explained blandly and doesn t add anything to his character You could start the book at his trip away from home because the author certainly does after hand waving 3 years and just giving him the standard MC is a genius plot point Next thing you know you are getting that Second infusion of free power when a dragon just d Written for 15 year Olds by a 13 year old.The premise starts with a pretty standard troupe and immediately starts with the immature commentary The struggle of starting out is explained blandly and doesn t add anything to his character You could start the book at his trip away from home because the author certainly does after hand waving 3 years and just giving him the standard MC is a genius plot point Next thing you know you are getting that Second infusion of free power when a dragon just decides to fuse and give him a egg because of course the protagonist wasn t strong enough Wasn t even a little surprised that he ended up jump cutting again just to send him home and spell out that he is the damn avatar hokage pokemon master as soon as it s convenient If he does that shit where he cuts off part of a word as if he s interupting his own inner monologue anyI m going to cut a bi


  3. Jonathan Wilson Jonathan Wilson says:

    4.25 Stars


  4. Lukas Lovas Lukas Lovas says:

    This is not the first time I m reading this particular theme reborn in a fantasy world with all memories and skills from previous life, as a baby , but man, this is well executed I had a lot of fun reading this book, and I am very much looking forward to the rest of the series currently waiting to get my hands on the audio format of book three.Bonus points for the cover


  5. M60601 M60601 says:

    The first thing to be noted is that this series follows the literary style of Japanese web novels That means the fourth wall is broken a lot and the characters will make side comments directed at the reader Overall, it reads a lot like a blog or a diary That s why you ll see things like Arthur s POV when different characters narrate The story telling itself is a mix of wuxia xianxia and Japanese, meaning there are things like ki cores and absorbing energy from the atmosphere, but instead of The first thing to be noted is that this series follows the literary style of Japanese web novels That means the fourth wall is broken a lot and the characters will make side comments directed at the reader Overall, it reads a lot like a blog or a diary That s why you ll see things like Arthur s POV when different characters narrate The story telling itself is a mix of wuxia xianxia and Japanese, meaning there are things like ki cores and absorbing energy from the atmosphere, but instead of ki, it s mana If you are not used to these styles, this book will be very difficult to read and come off as amateurish and low quality If you are used to it, the reading will go smoothly and you ll find yourself laughing at the humor quite easily.Personally, the story started off sounding very similar to various web novels I have read The beginning sounds the most similar to Mushoku Tensei where the MC dies and is reborn in a world with magic As soon as he can crawl, he goes to the family s study and learns about magic, becoming adept at a very young age His father is wild and uncouth, a former adventurer, and his mother is a healer But that s how web novels are, they use similar ideas from other stories and basically make a parody of them As the story continues, it shapes up into it s own original tale and I continued it excitedly view spoiler I don t want to necessarily encourage it, but you can find this for free on gravitytales.com hide spoiler


  6. Steven Naylor Steven Naylor says:

    Rating 4.0 stars I really enjoyed this book This is somewhat of a progression cultivation story but doesn t get bogged down with as much detail as most other these types of books The main character is also very overpowered I do like both of those types of books I love those holy shit moments that happen when an OP main character does something no one has seen before and they stand around in amazement There were plenty of those in this story The story follows the main character Art from h Rating 4.0 stars I really enjoyed this book This is somewhat of a progression cultivation story but doesn t get bogged down with as much detail as most other these types of books The main character is also very overpowered I do like both of those types of books I love those holy shit moments that happen when an OP main character does something no one has seen before and they stand around in amazement There were plenty of those in this story The story follows the main character Art from his birth through 8 years old, but mainly deals with the time between his 3 4th birthday The big secret about Artie though is that he was born with all the knowledge he had from his previous life He was a King on earth who spent his entire life fighting for his country kings on his previous world were mainly champions and didn t really govern Now he finds himself in a new world as a baby and doesn t know what is going on He used Chi on his old world and on this new world they use mana He is able to use his knowledge from his previous world to advance He still has the limitations of his new body view spoiler Once as a baby he was trying to meditate to build his mana core, and his mother walked in thinking he crapped his diaper, which it turned out he did Most people on this world get a mana core when they are 10 12 years old Artie gets his when he is 3 hide spoiler Instead of telling his parents New parents his impossible story, he just pretends to be a normal baby, if advanced When he starts to speak he makes sure to use words only a 3 year old would know There was nothing groundbreaking in this story, nothing new If I had a checklist of what a YA cultivation progression story should have, this book was check off a lot of boxes view spoiler OP main character, familiar, dragons, star crossed love interest sort of hide spoiler I don t care about any of that This book was fun to read There was quite a few holy shit moments which I think are hilarious, but there also was a lot of heart as well On to the next book


  7. Jeanne-Erin Jeanne-Erin says:

    I ll most likely read the second book, because how on earth could it be worse than this book The main character doesn t grow in any way and is just freaking perfect And the sexualization of breast feeding is insulting But, I already own the first two books, so I m sure I ll just get through it to see if the author really is this horrible.


  8. Russell Gray Russell Gray says:

    Very solid book that seems to mix mana core and essence gathering elements with other standard YA fantasy tropes that you would find in something like Eragon There were a few minor spelling and grammar goofs, but they didn t detract from the reading experience Those who are familiar with the genre tropes might be a little off put by the almost formulaic checking off of boxes very early in the story to ensure the character is overpowered, has a unique ability or two or three , has a childhood Very solid book that seems to mix mana core and essence gathering elements with other standard YA fantasy tropes that you would find in something like Eragon There were a few minor spelling and grammar goofs, but they didn t detract from the reading experience Those who are familiar with the genre tropes might be a little off put by the almost formulaic checking off of boxes very early in the story to ensure the character is overpowered, has a unique ability or two or three , has a childhood friend arc started or two , and spoiler has a familiar spoiler Despite seeming to follow a paint by numbers method of starting the story, it s done well enough and is enjoyable enough that you probably won t mind it The book is a bit short as well only being a couple hundred pagesI feel like this should have been released as a trilogy rather than the quintology it seems to be That aside, this is a solid fantasy series so far that I would imagine nearly any fan of the genre will enjoy


  9. Nobel Chan Nobel Chan says:

    The story flowed nicely, from one aspect to another I can definitely feel a sort of Japanese esque in the way the story is told A sort of Japanese main character and powers with a very Western world and concepts The time jumps in between are at such points that the reader doesn t miss much that one would want They are done at just the right moments so that the character can develop behind the scenes without the reader feeling frustrated So far, the story has just enough action to keep it ex The story flowed nicely, from one aspect to another I can definitely feel a sort of Japanese esque in the way the story is told A sort of Japanese main character and powers with a very Western world and concepts The time jumps in between are at such points that the reader doesn t miss much that one would want They are done at just the right moments so that the character can develop behind the scenes without the reader feeling frustrated So far, the story has just enough action to keep it exciting, just enough character development to keep the reader connecting to them, and just enough of story development to pull the audience in As it stands right now, the world has a lotroom to grow and is fully imagined in the later books Definitely a book that has to be read


  10. Elena Elena says:

    Well, at first I found the comics Tapas and yes the best comment was They say I was born a commoner s son But then something happened and whoosh I just went toand bought all the 5 kindlebooks available.This book I have read in first 4 hours bye bye, my sleep, the dream world of this series is muchattractive.I just love it.