So I’m a Spider, So What?, Vol. 13 By Okina Baba
So I’m a Spider, So What?, Vol. 13 (light novel) (So I’m a Spider, So What? (light novel)) By Okina Baba
Book/Novel Author: Okina Baba
Book/Novel Title: So I’m a Spider, So What?, Vol. 13
THIS SYSTEM IS RIGGED…Man…whoever thought being a god would make life easy needs a serious reality check. I mean, I offed humanity’s champion, then I hacked into the world’s System to literally erase the pesky Hero title once and for all, but I still can’t catch a break. Now Yamada’s inherited his brother’s title, and it looks like he and the other reincarnations are on their way to the elf village juuust when the demon army is looking to conquer it. Ugh, this is becoming way too big a headache…Time for plan B. I think I’ll have a little “chat” with Sariel.
The chapter before the interlude was such a waste of time. It felt like a stupid filler just to artificially increase the number of pages in the novel. Also there’s a lot of repetitive thoughts that characters keep repeating. For example if they say something then they’ll say the same crap except in different words. Like why? Just say it once and move on.
Great book really cant wait for vol.14. Neer more spider in my life. Spider is best spider one could ask for.
This book was kind of a waste. It was just a lot of repeating itself and retelling events from a different angle. Then towards the end I felt like the author just wanted to fill time/word count by just talking a bunch of nonsense to stretch the book.
Let’s just have the protagonist ramble on in some weird stream of consciousness instead of having anyone do anything of any substance to move the plot that has been hanging for 7 entire volumes forward. What an utter waste of time.
This series continues to fill in the time right before White meets up with the human part of the class. Honestly, this filling in part is starting to get tiring, since it started maybe around book 6 or 7. This filler is unfortunately required due to the structure of the story, but the author hopefully returns to the main timeline in the next book