Title: I am System
Tags: System, Reincarnation, Gods, Devils, Magic, Action, Sword
Main Lead: Male
AVB Assessment Score: PDE 2 CDD 2 SWB 2 || TQ 3 SV 2 || Overall: 11 (score explanation)
Number of Chapters: 78
Chapter Length: Medium
Reading Level: Medium
Date of First Release: November 16, 2020
Date of Last Update: May 10, 2021
AVB Reviewed? No
Available on Platform(s): Webnovel, Royal Road
Number of Views: 571.4K
Number of Reviews: 41
Jack, upon returning home from a short day of stress free work, had his front door explode on him, causing him to die on the spot.
Waking up, he finds himself in a white space where he spends uncountable years driven to the edge of madness before reaching enlightenment.
However, his consciousness is fought over by some indefinitely strong beings, resulting in him being thrown into the void to be torn to shreds by his own velocity.
However, an even stronger being finds him and rebuilds him before placing him in a new world, as a System?
Henrietta_Otu: Great work and a master piece. I just read a few chapter of this novel and I can say it’s unique and attention gripping. The author carefully gives vivid description of scenes and events which is totally refreshing and keeps one wanting more. Good job author. Keep it up.
sir_impeccable: This is the first time I read something like this. I thought, hey, isn’t this one of those niche? But damn, it’s a lot more different.
and that makes me so curious and anxious, like what next?
Would the system guys pay him obedience or will they revolt against him later on?
I’m seriously curious and also, I’m wondering how long does he want to exist like that?
Then again, I like the fact he seems godlike but yet he is not OP himself.
He’s just a stragglers trying to survive, growing from weak to strong too. lol.
it’s a nice read. come join me
FBI_Agent_Gil: The first two chaps were interesting, to say the least, It’s an interesting book where the mc himself is a system.
It’s interesting seeing how the mc grows from what he was in chapter 3 and so on, and how he would interact with his host.
There are a few grammatical mistakes here and there in the beginning but that disappeared once his book got to the good parts.
The only thing I would say I had a problem with was the repetitive beginning but that’s not a problem anymore.
The world-building is great, he gives a lot of details to help the reader understand.
Can’t believe he isn’t pro yet,
Tangerqueen: Pretty short story so far so not much to comment on.
Writing Quality (4.5/5 –> Rounds up to 5/5): There are slight grammatical mistakes, but there is nothing that impedes with my understanding of the storyline.
Stability of Updates (5/5): Not much to say.
Story Development (4/5): I would honestly say that the beginning was a bit too repetitive in terms of how he wished he could have done differently or didn’t live as boring of a life. I would have preferred to jump in the action so that it would have hooked me a bittt more, but this is mostly personal preference.
Character Design (5/5): Lots of details sprinkled throughout.
World Background (5): Many descriptions that help set the tone.
Overall, good job!
Story Post Last Updated: May 11, 2021