First and foremost, WHY'D YOU MAKE ME CRY FOR THE LAST THOUSAND CHAPTERS!?!?! Despite the author making me cry, I won't change my review of 11/5 stars. The consistency and context of the story was really great, awesome (I can't even find the right word to describe it). I was hoping to see the reincarnated Master Yan and Grandmaster but oh well, at least Rong Ruo came back to life and most of all, Jun Wu Yao was revived!! I mean I really thought I was the Jun Wu Xie from the final chapters so when he died, my tears was like a nonstoppable dam. Thankfully (super mean it), the gods returned him to her after the war. This scenario really made me cry to think that the reunion of Wu Xie and Wu Yao already made me cry when she got him back.
So far, the story continues to be entertaining with full of actions (and destruction of course). Even those irritating spoiled daughters in each place the female lead goes doesn't disappear throughout the story. I mean seriously. There was even a lot of girls prepared to seduce the MC's father. Oh yes yes, the parents are alive!!*fireworks* And their madness runs in the family. I totally love the funny side of the mother and the banter between the MC, and her maternal grandparents. For the quality of the story, it was fast pacing at the start of the story but when I got midway it got a bit slow but it was a positive improvement. Though the romance development between the MC and the male lead is quite... uh, how do you describe it? fast? Anyways that's just my opinion. Others may have a different perspective regarding the romance side. I gotta admit though, I love how the male character want to kill everyone who hurts the MC and he's going to be my ideal man when I get born in a magical world because his dowry for the MC is sooooooo awesome. I'm envious! So far, I'm still seeing some loose ends that was promised by MC to others so hoping that it will all be closed at the end of the story.
Okay so it kinda got fast paced for the last 200 chapters of the story. Even when the child of MC and male lead was born, it took like only less than 5 chapters before it was born? Anyways the MC was cultivating so. I was kinda hoping that the MC will return to the hundred herbs hall where it all started at the final chapter but it didn't happen. And also, why didn't the elder brother got married at leaaast waaah, and here I was shipping him with his bestfriend. I mean I ain't fan of BL but the chemistry is totally undeniable. Anyways there were a bit of loose ends but its only like one or two. It was good overall.
Unlike other stories, the family relationships in here isn't very complicated. Some uncle and cousins are jealous of the MC and her mother but it never got to a point where they try to kill or hurt them. Throughout the story, they eventually learn that they got too blinded by envy and became good to them.
Even her love interest not the usual love at first sight or "you're mine and no one else's." possessive syndrome. You get to see how he falls in love with the MC and get over the hurdles he have himself.
Her father isn't the usual type too because her biological father is someone great but doesn't care about her or her mother. They got kicked out when she was a baby with her mother and now she's aiming to get revenge to him for her mother. Really, how did her awesome and great mother got blinded with his greedy father's personality?
MC's parents were killed, formed allegiance with the medicine court, and the male leads are acting like bodyguards around the MC-overprotective (ie: if the world contradicts with you, then I'll kill the whole world for you and something along those lines). Though it started at a slow pace, it got a little quicker through the later chapters. I think GEWW is more realistic with some parts where the MC is not the god like type that everytime she faces opponents on her same level, she still gets hurt and beat up (and then the male lead enters and saves the day wippee!)
With their marriage done hastily, they did not have the time to know each more and communicate properly before marriage resulting to their divorce. Apparently, the two leads aren't really over each other and their time after divorce became somewhat like a cooling period, getting to know each other period and courting period which they did not experience before marriage.
I love the idea of the MC not backing down on life and death contract by killing completely the opponent. Even to those people who have ideas to kill her, she needn't hesitate to kill them instantly especially it was the era where your enemies could suddenly ally with your enemies making it difficult to fight them. The idea of cutting it off quickly is good.
Though there was quite a bit difference with the male lead having amnesia on the case of the female lead. Their bit of a peaceful time was quite longer than the other stories. It's not always war and fighting. The same case of being a significant person in their previous life and something like that. The ending was definitely my cup of tea though, the grand wedding and their second child. Also their extra story of their previous life which was so heartbreaking to read.
There were some missing parts though like what happened to her eldest brother and his wife? Her half sister and her mother that were taken into custody by them for protection? To the hidden master that came from the modern world, his supposed-to-be love line just ended like that?
Started reading this thinking it was a horror type of novel only to found out that it was a cute romance with the MC and the novelist. Though when I started to read the raws, from the light type of romance it suddenly turned into some thrilling novel where there are conspiracies, crimes, etc. It was bit heavy and the only part I'm satisfied is that the romance scenes didn't disappear. It was actually kind of weird with all some stuff like soul exchanging. It is a good read though.
Though I really found it awkward and weird when the members of the Royal family died or thrown into prison in a span of two years. I mean, is that kind of thing really possible during that era? Who knows.
Even though I could see the proper development of the MC, the supporting characters come and go too much. Especially to what I think was some important character like her eldest son whom disappeared halfway through the story and came back at the final chapter. Well, I do understand that they are focusing on the son and daughter of the MC in her current lifetime, both of which have mysterious power behind them. I just wonder where all the organizations and every piece of land that she conquered have gone to. Even the jumping of era where she fell onto some time warp and got time traveled to one of her lifetimes which is the future where she also died. And did I mention that she have 3 sets of parents? First from her current lifetime, second, her parents in her future lifetime and third, her father at her previous lifetime? Yes, they all appeared in the story thank you.
The characters' personality, background and past were delved so beautifully in the story. How the author mapped the relationship of each characters especially the union of different antagonists at the end of the story were really good. Even though it was a bit cliche, the author successfully solidified the story making it more attractive to read. Oh! I was also excited because this transmigration novel is set at the modern era. It was quite a good change actually. The romance, though a bit slow, was created in a good foundation. But the author could have put their skinship interactions in detail! I mean even the bridal night wasn't detailed at all. I'm happy for her bestfriend and second uncle being together that I wished they had shown another sweet interactions but the sadly it ended. There were some loose ends though. I wonder what happened to the respective lovelife of her dorm friends? I even wanna know if the nouveau riche friend that had a crush on ML's co-soldier slash friend slash brother and her other friend that was in love with Du Lin!!