ValentinaKhan I'm not really sure who Truck-san is supposed to be, I'm guessing it's some sort of reference to a Japanese light novel?
I do enjoy criticism, but in your case I don't view your review as such, since you just marked that I didn't go for action straight from the get go - which is cool, you like action, but that's not the way I wanted to build my world. Different people - different preferences.
Imparting a vivid scene to readers is something I enjoy myself as a reader, and while I'm not good at it, I prefer trying to do it, rather than writing a novel which focuses on endless dialogues and action 24/7.
As far as narrators go, the use of one or more than one narrator is as always a personal choice of the author - I have read many authors that can use one flawlessly and others that masterfully use multiple types. If a reader dislikes it, that's once again preference in most cases. I myself hate specific transitions between viewpoints and narrators, but some of my friends love them.
I do hope my writing will get better with time, but a 2/5 star rating and calling my work something that 'belongs to the trash bin' (it should actually be 'in', instead of 'to'?) seems a little harsh.
You're free to actually read forward and glance a bit further into the text, but as I have commented, there will be more info dumping and less action until I fully transmit the main character's situation properly.
If you were expecting a review swap, I'll decline giving you one for now, as I feel I would be negatively biased in a non-productive way.