To be honest... I never thought a novel will have that kind of ending... I thought it will be just a normal ending where they live happily ever after. But. Oh boy, author proved me so wrong through the epilogue. First. Spoiler The life of Han Su-yeong's avatar literally took me out of the loop. The moment that her avatar's attempt to see Kim Dok-ja, that freaking surprised me because that time I thought "Maybe she will find who tls123 as well." Then oh boi. That freaking realization, she struggled to save him. Second. Spoiler The time before her ego stops and that last freaking chapter of the novel, wtf. Reading that part about how it will be just a full time loop. Oh damn. That was a freaking surprised because my thoughts is like that but her finding it out, I figured that she would despair. I can't stop laughing about the Dokkaebi king. He freaking has the best mindset knowing that he called her god. Third. Spoiler The way they thought of writing Kim Dok-ja's story it freaking gave me the feels that what they wrote is the novel that I'm reading. And it really is! But instead of Kim Dok-ja being a 'reader' in which he feels the normal "This story should be done, I should not be in here so it will be completed, I will just ruin it if I'm in here." But freaking hell. Han Su-Yeong made a story in which Kim Dok-Ja is not a 'reader' but a 'character' instead so he doesn't feel alienated and he will feel like "I'm in this story, I should go back to them. I have to." Like that kind of longing feeling. The way that the ending happened, I had the urge to throw my phone to the wall. The urge was so strong that I wanted to cry. That freaking ending, I never thought an ending like that will be so satisfying... more like too satisfying that I crave for more even though the story might get ruined. I freaking felt what Kim Dok-Ja felt in there. The feeling of a story to never ever end. That kind of feeling, but oh boy. I literally screamed because that ending was too satisfying that it is beyond the satisfying. The author made the readers feel what the character felt in their story. That's a freaking plus. And the feeling of how the readers wants to be in the story to experience it. Damn, it literally shows the feeling that as long as it goes on, a person will survive. tl;dr The story is a 10/10, even though the ending seems like lacking but not lacking, satisfying but not satisfying, I say that the author's novel can be considered as a masterpiece. I might even worship the author for this. Easily took my top 1 novel for me.