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The Reader and Protagonist Definitely Have to Be in True Love
December 11, 2018
Status: Completed
I'm a stupid dumpling enough to fail to find a discussion on this story on the site (or is it just missing?), But since I read this book, I'm ready to write a review.

Frankly speaking, for a long time I could not decide to start reading this novel. As a fan of Chinese fantasy \ xianxia \ wuxia, I was a little broken by the brain of a combination of purely European elements of folklore with Chinese details. But then I sat down to read, and woke up only on... more>> the thirtieth chapter: "Wow! This is quite interesting!"

The entourage of a mad hybrid of genres - angels, elves, legendary weapons, gods, and so on in abundance led me to think that this resembles a revived game of the beginning of the two thousand years, something in the style of "Slayers Next" with a silly, cute reader in the center. At first it seemed like a rather a noisy mess with a bunch of levels, but then you gradually understand what is happening and watch with a satisfied grin on how our glorious invincible and impressive-all-world hero Xiu wears a reader in his hands ~

Du Ze is an interesting guy. He seems quiet, emotionless, cold, but this is only his facial paralysis, which the poor fellow has amassed because of failed friends. He's very smart. He is intelligent. He is loyal and patient. This faith and love should be learned from him.

Am I satisfied with the end? It is hard to say.

Spoiler

I feel sorry for the world destroyed, I feel sorry for Xiu, who was in the darkness of the millennium.

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But I am happy that they gave themselves to each other. In the end, this story is about The Reader and Protagonist Definitely Have to Be in True Love, right? <<less
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Chuyin
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Liu Yao: The Revitalization of Fuyao Sect
December 10, 2018
Status: v2c31
Time and again, Priest confronts the reader with eternal questions, the answer to which many people have been searching for all their lives. Since many of the characters in her works begin their journey (narration) as very young, we have the opportunity to contemplate the process of their maturation - the spiritual and the physical. These incredible children, who each go their own way, develop step by step, both independently and with the help of others.

At first, the story seemed funny to me, in it many events and the initial... more>> patterns of behavior of the characters are very comical. But, watching them, I freeze in admiration, because time after time they overcome themselves.

The fact that the English translation was interrupted breaks my heart (this is not a joke). I really love Chinese novels that make you think; besides - despite the fact that I love BL, one of the charming details of this book is that BL here is like a icing on the cake. Not the main direction, but rather a piquant addition.

This book made me think about many things, the answer to which, it seemed, I was looking for so long and did not see right in front of me. At the same time, to accept them, you need to work on yourself.

Translators have done a fantastic job to subtly convey the meaning of this story in English. But I still hope that this work will continue. I beg for it. <<less
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