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Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2021
Ever watch a horror movie where you shout at the annoyingly stupid protagonist to go in the dark room/spooky castle/forbidden wood? That's this book. The main character is so stupid you only really wonder how many more times he's going to be confused at something obvious. To make matters worse the MC is a walking trope of the stupid-yet-strong good guy who is supposed to be trained as a warrior and yet seems to freeze for introspective internal discussion whenever given the opportunity and has a bad case of fainting goat disease (but only when convenient and safe). And yet we all know... he'll win through in the end.
To make matters worse still, the villains have so much miraculous magic they can literally be in the same room with the good guys and no one knows. Then, the unbeatable fortress of the good guys suddenly falls to the betrayal of one person and... no, that's enough.
At this point I don't care. I don't care if the stupid people win. I don't care if the bad guys win. I don't even care if this review goes mysteriously missing. The author has successfully created the perfect world of nihilism and sadism. Let it all die.