Heimarian Odyssey

Heimarian Odyssey


Locke is a middling officer in the Kingdom of Faustian’s army. He happens to be at the wrong place at the wrong time, or the right place at the right time, depending on your perspective, and happens to save the kingdom’s princess. As fortune would have it, love prospers, but in a world of peasantry and nobility, a middling, peasant-born soldier has no right to love a princess. Locke is nothing if not determined, however, and sets out to become someone worthy of loving the princess, someone her family can accept. But that path is neither short, nor safe, as our hero will soon discover.

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2 years ago

any review????

2 years ago
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2 years ago
Reply to  paqs028

The universe of the novel is one where innumerable small and large planes (worlds) coexist, the main world is one dominated by the knights and magicians with their respective classification of levels.

The story follows Locke, a humble young man who, although of peasant origin, is smart, patient and cunning. In the opening part of the novel Locke’s goals are modest but as he advances on his path as a knight his ambition increases.

As far as I have read, the harem is very large but there is no typical cliche of silly confrontations with arrogant young men, besides the MC does not abandon his women to become stronger; on the contrary, one of Locke’s main stimuli to improve his power is to get more resources to support his lovers.

In short, a good story with a moderate pace with a rich universe and a pleasant protagonist.


2 years ago

Finally found it, it is good to read

2 years ago

a more proper title would have been,”Rise of a Hick”.

2 years ago

Boring novel, the MC is so plain.

2 years ago

It’s a scam. What do you mean no young master? This MC is as arrogant and selfish as any young master out there. His blatant disregard for weaker species and blind confidence for his plane is as worse as any chinese nationalism out there. This is chinese nationalism in disguise. I get it that he is an asshole but I don’t want to read it again and again and again.

This author’s milking skills emphasizes obvious things and repeatedly mention it again everytime he fights or do something.

The author’s math skills is worse than a kinder. I don’t get how his disciple and daughter is still less than a hundred years old when he is 200+ years old and he got them at 60-70 years old. Such stupidity should not be tolerated!! Are chinese readers that dumb not to point it out too?

Such a waste of good novel and my time… Dropped!!!

2 years ago

So much……….. WATER!!!!!!!!