Abruptly catapulted into a fantasy world, Mimori Touka and his classmates have been summoned by the world's resident goddess to serve as heroes. Luckily, most of the students display amazing skills upon arrival--except for Mimori, whose abilities bottom out at a measly E-rank. With no further use for him, the goddess banishes Mimori to a dungeon from which no one has ever returned alive. Yet, as it turns out, Mimori's skills aren't so much worthless as they are abnormal. Abnormally powerful, even. If Mimori can only claw his way back to the surface, nothing will stand in his way from getting revenge.
Simple, sweet, and too the point. Reminds me of other books that have similar concepts but unlike them this book is refreshing. It doesn’t get over complicated and is easy to follow. The powers, story telling, and characters are all developed smoothly yet keep you wanting to read more. The main problem I have with other books that follow the similar plot are that the powers or developments get overly complicated.
Failure Frame vol 1
Interesting and enjoyable