4.6 Billion Year Symphony of Evolution


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A cell that was born at the beginning of the life of a planet will see the rise and decline of countless civilizations, the speciation and extinction of organisms. Under the endless calamities of the world, nothing remains unchanging. Only by continuously changing oneself and evolving in the face of adversity could one achieve perfect victory.

The story starts from a little cell…

4.6 Billion Year Symphony of Evolution average rating 4.1/5 - 73 user ratings
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Nom de Plume rated it
January 7, 2017
Status: c8
Although I am only 8 chapters in, I want to say that this series has a very unique start and I am excited to see what direction it will take.

A little girl (a cultivator?) decides to play creator when she discovers an empty world that contains an ocean. She sows the seeds and leaves immediately after, letting fate decide what they will grow into.

The story follows a cell that the girl left a bit of consciousness in.

I recommend at least trying it out. I expect it will be a... more>> long time before we can even leave the ocean!! <<less
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KKristen rated it
May 23, 2017
Status: c12

A girl has the opportunity to play "Creator" when she discovers an ocean with no life. She leaves some primitive cells and a tiny bit of her consciousness in the water and quickly departs. One of these cells awakes, feeds, slowly gains intelligence, and evolves...

Preliminary Review:

This story takes place on the microscopic level, and while it the evolution sounds scientific, it's really fantasy. The main character is a genderless cellular creature with very limited intelligence. As it eats, some of its cells start to evolve and gain new appearances and... more>> abilities. (Don't think of Darwin's Theory... think of Spore, the game.)

At this point (Ch.12) everything is still on the tiny, primitive level. The "action" consists of encounters with different cellular lifeforms, competing over food, and brushes with hazardous temperatures. The evolutions are minuscule and the process is somewhat similar to simple grinding/leveling: swim --> eat --> divide --> eat --> divide --> mutate --> swim --> eat --> repeat.

The tone of this story is similar to "Slice of life," with a tiny bit of "Adventure." You have to be in the right, mellow, science-y sort of mood to read this. If you are looking for drama, fight scenes, and quick leveling up (like in other creature-evolution stories, such as "Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken" or "Kumo Desu ga, Nani ka?"), you won't find it here. However, I will say that even though I enjoyed those stories more, I also enjoyed this one. 4.6 Billion Years just moves at a much, much slower pace.


As always, the translation quality at Dreams of Jianghu is excellent. This story doesn't have Chinese terminology to learn, like in their other series.

However, the new chapters for this series are released VERY slowly (so far, we've had 12 chapters in 6 months), and the story has barely developed at all yet. If you are looking for a new story to binge and follow, this may not be the right one for you.

(I may update this review later after more chapters come out and the story actually starts going somewhere. We'll see.) <<less
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admira rated it
April 9, 2017
Status: c11
It's kind of weird. My biology is more or less at the high school level, but a lot of the stuff in this seems closer to "fantasy" (impossible) than sci-fi (improbable, but still in the realm of possibility).

Still, it's pretty interesting. There's an untethered consciousness that magically controls a collective of cells. If you're familiar with the JP/OEL dungeon core theme, it's like that.
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