I've read about 15 volumes of Worms. Then I just couldn't keep going. So I am totally biased. Other people loved the hell out of it and praised it like it's the best thing since machine sliced bread. It's a little bit about an anti-hero... but anti-hero doesn't mean that she "does the wrong things for the right reasons", like the author kinda wants to sell it to you, but that she does "the right things, a little wrong, gets caught up in a misunderstanding to make her the villain"-kind of thing. The author basically bends his own world to misunderstand everything and make clearing a misunderstanding impossible... It's the typical: the good are the bad, the bad are the good... Then the superhobos get introduced, who enjoy some kind of "no killing or real harm allowed-benefit, while the heroes act like bi-polar psychos acts out against the "villain-in-names". One could say that it's a strenght of it, that the world is not black and white, but grey.... but tbh. for me it felt like black and white with an author who just didn't like the MC. The MC is a wuss. A real pussy.... Most of the time... Sometimes she kinda developes as a character, faces her demons and seems to grow as a person... just to regress in a wussy edgy-white-knight-nobody-understands-me-i-do-the-right-thing-can't-kill-the-murder-hobos-that-slaughtered-a-whole-city-way. It was a very frustrating read for me. Especially because other people praised it so much and I thought it gets good soon... Because most of the time it is very, very close to being great.... just for it to disappoint me... I don't want to know how much time I wasted on this novel. But it was a lot... It's good that I landed on a worms-spoiler-reddit that totally destroyed any last hope I still had to ever enjoy it. Oh well... but you could like it. Many people seem to like it... It's almost like a weird cult.