Sword King In A Women’s World ┃ Romance Book Review
How about a fantasy romance book with an Isekai cultivation subgenre plus harem elements? That sounds interestingly unique, right? That is Sword King In A Women’s world!
Sword King In A Women’s World is a story of a great swordmaster who wanted to build a world of men but then he was reborn back to his 17 years old self in a world of women.
To give you a quick glimpse into the genre of Sword King In A Women’s World, let me tell you first what is Isekai and cultivation.
Books with these elements are appealing to male readers because it’s like a game novel where a portal fantasy or the main character’s power is improving as he goes through stages of power enhancement that happen often in rebirth or transportation.
The concept of Isekai came from Japanese portal fantasy fiction.
So, Sword King In A Women’s World is packed with these elements, and we could read about the male lead being transported or reborn into different worlds to increase his power in the process.People who read also like I Have 8 Mates
- Part 1: Storyline Of Sword King In A Women’s World
- Part 2: Main Characters of Sword King In A Women’s World
- Part 3: Hot Chapters In Sword King In A Women’s World
- Part 4: Evaluating Sword King In A Women’s World
- Part 5: Similar Books To Sword King In A Women’s World
Part 1: Storyline Of Sword King In A Women’s World
Sword King In A Women’s World Is A Story of Chu Qing, a 300 years old sword master who was transported to the land of fairies, and then reborn to earth in his 17 years old self. Since he is also a cultivation master, he was able to cultivate his powers as he goes through adventures.
Sword King In A Women’s World also adapted the reverse world plot concept wherein, Chu Qing wakes up in a female-dominated world. It is indeed Sword King In A Women’s World because he’s the only different man on earth. The rest of the men are feminine, and the women are physically stronger. They chase men and do things that men do.
So, it’s a crazy reverse world! To add to Chu Qing’s agony, he ever since dislikes women but then he suddenly becomes the sexiest man in a female-dominated world.
The funny thing with the story plot of Sword King In A Women’s World is how Chu Qing earnestly wanted to win over all those women in combat, to increase his cultivation powers, and to get back to his world and yet these women ended up his girlfriends.
So, here it’s amazing how the harem element was inserted.
Part 2: Main Characters of Sword King In A Women’s World
As I mentioned, Chu Qing is the male lead of Sword King In A Women’s World. The book is about his cultivation adventures. He is a sword expert. He is a misogynist. So, can you imagine how he will live in a world with a gender he dislikes? There are times when his misogynistic personality is annoying but it’s part of how his character is built.
Despite the reversed gender role, we have a type of female here in Sword King In A Women’s World who wanted to be useful to the male lead in some ways. Chen Huahua is an information broker who works in a tech company and is very skilled when it comes to technology.
She usually assists Chu Qing in missions. When Chu Qing got admitted to National University, Chen Huahua joined the Nightingale organization hoping that she could still be useful to Chu Qing.
Tang Zi Yan
Tang Zi Yan is the female lead in Sword King In A Women’s World. She is an heiress to the Tang family and Chu Qing’s ex-lover in his old world. Ziyan is the achiever competitive type of girl, who often got nominated as a leader in school. Yet, in Sword King In A Women’s World, Zi Yan often gets extremely jealous whenever Qing is with his girlfriends.
Another girlfriend of Chu Qing in Sword King In A Women’s World is Ye Chenxi. She is dominant. She works hard to make Qing hers and punishes those who get in her way.
Another protagonist in Sword King In A Women’s world is Meng Zui. She’s full of herself. She’s the founder of Drunken Dreams. As an expert, Zui can stand Qing’s dead sword attack without getting a scratch on her skin.
Part 3: Hot Chapters In Sword King In A Women’s World
Sword King In A Women’s World Chapter 17
In Sword King In A Women’s World Chapter 17, I find it funny how the male students cheered for Tang Zi Yan like they are so outspoken about how they were thrilled by her charm. In a normal world, it’s usually the girls who do these things.
While Chu Qing avoided her, Zi Yan approached him and challenged him to a basketball match with one condition: if ever Qing lost, he’ll be her boyfriend.
Sword King In Women’s World Chapter ‘110
In Sword King In A Women’s World Chapter 110, Chu Qing visited his old house, and memories of his parents flooded back into his mind. In the end, he decided to find answers to all his suspicions and decided to wear his mask and put on his sword man’s side again.
Part 4: Evaluating Sword King In A Women’s World
At first look, Sword King In A Women’s World sounds promising. It offers lots of interesting elements.
I like the manga version, but I think the novel does have the same impact as the manga. If you’re a harem lover and like Isekai male lead cultivation fantasy, then Sword King In A Women’s World is surely the right pick.
I think what makes this book popular is that the gender reverse role theme is fun. It’s entertaining, plus the main character’s cultivation journey is intriguing.
Here in Sword King In A Women’s World, the readers are given different pictures of women with different personalities which I think would not impress gender extremists, but the plot exposition of gender reverse role portrayal was light, funny, and not offensive. It makes the story plot intriguing, and also gives way for the harem element to be naturally inserted into the storyline.
The author was excellent in this part. Isekai cultivation novels such as Sword King In A Women’s World are naturally appealing to male readers, but this book is blended with fantasy romance and harem themes that gathers the interest of all types of readers, no wonder Sword King In A Women’s World is popular.
Part 5: Similar Books To Sword King In A Women’s World
Haren fantasy readers who love Sword King In A Women’s World also read I have 8 Mates on the Dreame app. In this book, it’s the female that’s being chased by 8 mates, unlike Sword King In A Women’s World, the protagonist in I have 8 Mates is a girl named Jessica.
Jessica is a typical college student. She’s liberated and has an amusing personality who had just menial problems in life like fake friends and teachers she dislikes until one day 8 sexy men chased her saying she is their mate.