Summoned to another world to slay the mighty beastof governance When the aggressively pragmatic Kazuya Souma is summoned to another world as a hero, he s not given a quest he s given a kingdom to rule On top of that, he s betrothed to the previous king s daughter To get the country back in order, Souma gathers a group of gifted individuals to his side Will their impressive talents and his own knack for logistics be enough to get the country on its feet again...
|Title||:||How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom Light Novel 2|
|Publisher||:||Seven Seas 22 Januar 2019|
|Number of Pages||:||250 Seiten|
|File Size||:||980 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom Light Novel 2 Reviews
Good too read , can not wait for the third volume hope to get it soon .While i was reading i cant let it go !
All the elements of the first book are honed in this sequel, and we get a lot more complexity.-Dealing with the rebellious dukes & invasion from a foreign country-Less emphasis on economics, more on battle strategy and tactics (shame we couldn't get both)-Teasers for a few new adds to the harem, but no real development-A few solid surprises to this one in how things play out tactic / strategic wise-With the broader-scale action, some people fade into the background and just perform their role (dark elves, his advisor, Tomoe, etc.)-I like how sometimes the narrative speaks of the way the far future sees the same events historically-Good solid ending with nice setup for next bookI would like to have seen more economics involved, but this stood very well on it's own. Was not just a rinse & repeat of the first book.
This series continues to impress me as the story further gets fleshed out. The first volume introduced the more administrative nature of running a kingdom by following concepts such as agriculture, emergency response, and debt. This volume shows a more militaristic and diplomatic approach to saving the country that the MC was forcibly summoned to. However, by no means does this detract from the story but rather adds to it, making this surprising series even better. The author also throws in a few twists and turns that honestly surprised me as well as developing a few of the major characters and adding a few new enjoyable characters. Much like the first novel, this volume left me wanting more and eagerly waiting for the next in this wonderful series.
I have to give the author a few nods. He snuck in a couple of twists that impressed me. They weren't completely out of left field, but they definitely aren't commonly used.He also brought in a lot more action as the hero and his harem start their pushback against first the rebellious nobles and then against the neighboring kingdom they knew would attempt to conquer themIt's light, its fun, but it isn't all that memorable. I'd say this was a bit better than volume 1, but it still had enough flaws that I can't give it 4 stars.
Interesting twist to the MC being an all powerful hero, this MC is more of a "thinker" than a smash and grab kind of guy. It is a good book that will allow you to see from a perspective of someone who has to make hard decisions and think 5 steps ahead of everyone else. It also has a bit of Harem, but doesn't focus on it much.
In the first volume, I viewed Souma as what is known as a “flat character”, a character who hardly changes throughout the story. Yet, I think that is what made him a better character in the end. And by the end of this volume, I realized that it wasn’t that he was a flat character, but that he was just hiding his changes under all of his impressive accomplishments. I find it hard to put into words what I truly love about Souma, the other characters, or the story in general, but obviously something drew me in. I DID read the whole story all in one setting after all! I highly recommend this series, because it has so much to offer! I really hope that this gets an anime, or at least a manga, because I truly believe that this story deserves it.