|Title||:||DICE (Season 1)|
|Number of Pages||:||174 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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DICE (Season 1) Reviews
¡Woow! al principio me pareció lento, y sinceramente no sé en que punto de la historia me enganché tanto que no dejé de leer hasta que terminé. Me encanta la estética, la historia, los personajes. ¡Muy bueno!
DICE Season 1 by Hyunseok Yun is about a high school student named Dongtae. Dongtae has always hated himself, from the way he looks and height to his physical ability (which is close to none). He was almost constantly bullied due to these reasons, which gave him more things to hate. One day, his class receives a new student named Taebin. Dongtae immediately hated Taebin for one reason; Taebin was the exact opposite of Dongtae. To make matters worse, Taebin starts to date the only girl Dongtae had ever liked and the only person he knew at the school; Eunjoo. Dongtae begins to despise Taebin, to a point where Dongtae follows Taebin around after school lets out that day. To Dongtae’s surprise, Taebin ends up having these items called “dice” that can change everything: looks, height, agility, endurance, strength, intelligence, etc. As some can guess, these dice were no ordinary dice. When Dongtae rolls his dice, a text message pops up on his phone from the Game Master (or “X”), who simply tells Dongtae the rules of the game and how to use the dice. Through text, X gives “dicers” challenges in which the dicer can earn more and more dice. At first, the game is harmless. But this changes when Dongtae gives a dice to his friend Byeongcheol, who uses the dice to figure out its origins. Byeongcheol comes to the conclusion that dice have the ability to give dicers supernatural powers, but ends up getting himself killed in the school yard during one of his challenges before he could tell anyone. When the students come to school the next day, they find Byeongcheol’s dice scattered around the area he died. Students ignore the teachers that were telling them not to pick up anything from the scene, and take the blue dice with them. In a short period of time, almost everybody has or at least knows about dice, spreading around the school like a virus. Students start forming gangs within classes, forcing students to have dice to join and be “safe”. When Eunjoo finds dice and decides not to use them, a school wide challenge is sent out basically telling dicers to torture Eunjoo until she gives in. Dongtae, wanting to protect Eunjoo, asks X to change his challenge. Dongtae’s new challenge is to protect Eunjoo until the time limit is up, against all of the other dicers. But, Dongtae’s prize isn’t a normal blue dice, no. It’s a golden one, with question marks all around it. Will Dongtae complete his challenge in time? What is a golden dice and what is its abilities? What else happens that I can’t tell you about because it will ruin the book? Will Dongtae be able to save his school and possibly the world from this curse called “dice”? Read to find out!! My favorite part of Season 1 (I recently finished Season 2 & 3, but I wrote my review on Season 1 so I don't ruin the entire book) was, well, the entire thing. I couldn’t honestly give one part that I found good because I found the whole thing amazing. From the action, to the romance, and even the chapters with background music, I found this first season absolutely spectacular. It is truly a one-of-a-kind book where you will never find something nearly as good. It really pulls the reader in and makes you not want to stop reading. But, if I had to pick my favorite part, it would definitely be the prologue. I used to always skip the prologue in books, but trust me, this is one prologue that you can’t skip. The art style is beautiful, the background music fits so perfectly, and the intensity as the author throws you into the story without any warnings is fantastic. I recommend this book to people who like fast paced action with slight romance and books that make you really think about reality. Also, you can only read this book on the app Line Webtoon, which is free on the app store and has no in app purchases.
it starts out slow for like 6 to 7 chapters, but then the story takes a very good turn that will make you read it all in one go.