Bu Sha


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Liola—the best assassin in his world—has vowed to kill no more. He was being chased by an assassination organization when he accidentally dropped into a parallel universe: through a dimensional gate and into poor teenager Kaiser’s apartment. Instead of going to the government shelter for lost dimensional travelers, Liola and Kaiser wind up going to school together.

Liola has been trying his best to live the life of an ordinary person, but after certain things happen one after the other, he begins to realize that being an ordinary person could be harder than being an assassin.

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Kill No More
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HesheFell rated it
January 16, 2016
Status: --
This novel should be read for what it is. Fluff. The fluffy, almost nonexistent plot and nearly undetectable character development of our MC makes this a novel you’d only read as a joy ride. It’s a novel you read while taking a break from reading JAPANESE novels. The content is simply closer to the demographic. And yes, the MC does develop but it is so subtle and with a deus ex machina reveal that you can miss it. Other characters, as already mentioned by other reviewers, simply have zero development.... more>>

Fighting is not Yu Wo’s forte, you’ll be disappointed if you're expecting xanxia. It has martial arts but it’s not xania, wuxia, or any of those type of novels. Read the tags, folks. They have them for a reason.

The strong point of this novel though is the world building itself. Anyone who says otherwise has definitely not been paying attention. There is mecha, magic, martial arts, magical creatures, dimension jumping, and more. All of this is so well integrated into the story that you can see it as an actual world without feeling anything is odd or out of place and disjointed. If you’ve got your expectations in order, there’s no reason to be disappointed...


Until you get to the end, of course. The little bit of anticipation you build up in the last few novels is destroyed by Yu Wo’s classically evil Deus Ex Machina ending in just four paragraphs.

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whosays25 rated it
October 29, 2015
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I LOVE this novel. The characters are so funny. I can't understand why others say the story was a waste of time when in fact, it was a very good one. I love the writing style and the twists. I love the way the author harmonized the serious and comedic parts. The MC is cool, strong, naive and moronic but I assure everyone that he's so likeable especially if you're taking a break from those typical harem stories. Liola is a super assassin but because he has committed a promise to the healer Anise he swear he will never kill anyone again. Now he was hunted by the organization which has fostered him since birth and his own disciple wants his life. How can he defend himself if he has promised not to kill? That's just the beginning. After he escaped from his world through teleporting to another world, he was constantly involved in some unique and funny situations. For me, his every comedic experiences was worthy of our little time.

P.S. Sorry for misleading you but my favorite character is not really Liola but Kaiser. But still, I love Bu Sha! :)

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ninthlite rated it
September 1, 2015
Status: --
A great novel if you enjoy 15 volumes of nothing. The characters do not develop at all, most of the volumes are dedicated to fighting scenes that are incredibly bland. This novel is hard to explain how poorly it is written, if you want to waste a few hours of your life go ahead and read it! Don't expect anything worthwhile out of it though.
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makenai89 rated it
November 9, 2015
Status: --
Another case of novel with good material, bad development. I took an interest at Kill No More (Bu Sha) because I liked Half Prince and Sun Knight, another works of Yu Wo. But this one is really disappointing. The plot is choppy, characters' developments are awkward, and often too far stretched. At some point, we can just skip chapters, read the last volume, and won't miss out on anything.
Still, if one likes the 'helter-skelter' feels that go with Yu Wo's works, you'll like this one.
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Dream Seeker rated it
May 20, 2016
Status: v13c9
This story is like a good glass of whine with your favorite cheese. This story about a beyond someone regaining their humanity under the influence of some dubious characters. In fact looking back... you might just pity the hero for a bit. Overall it was pretty great joyride of fluffiest story around that I could read time and again.

P.S The world would be a better place if things made you "smile" like this series.
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Fluffy rated it
December 11, 2015
Status: --
Dropped it because basically hardly if any character development. At least the MC was eye candy.
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jl050503 rated it
January 6, 2018
Status: v5
So far, the novel is great! It's hilarious, heartwarming, and has a good pacing. Although I don't like some of the important characters, such as Lanski, because she's really annoying, but the rest of the characters are lovable.
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Kailyria20 rated it
June 11, 2016
Status: v14c1
I somewhat enjoyed this novel because it was pretty amusing... but


I felt the ending was a bit too open ended... which IMO I do not like one bit.

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rhianirory rated it
March 4, 2021
Status: Completed
I read this forever ago but either didn't review, or it got erased.

first off, Yu Wo is a Taiwanese author, ... more>>

not Chinese, and while this site doesn't separate the two, Taiwan is an independent country despite the mainlands self-delusions. Unless/until they give in to the mainlands constant pressure for reunification they are their own democratic country.

other than sharing a language, Taiwanese novels are quite different and they don't follow the same tropes and cliches as Chinese novels. The humor is usually different as well so don't go into this story expecting it to be a typical Chinese fantasy novel and you might enjoy it a little more.

as for the story, I enjoyed the first volumes and the reading was entertaining enough up until the stuff with the black dragon and his family. Turns out this is another YW story where I loved the start but then the last quarter of the series takes a 90 degree turn from the rest and I was left scratching my head and disappointed by the last arc (or two). This is not her best series, personally I still prefer Sun Knight and Half Prince, but it's OK overall. <<less
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MyRAMEN rated it
April 8, 2018
Status: c5
I like the novel but the developments wierd... I like the MCs personalities but side chars a bit confusing as not much n depth. Random stuff is added throughout the chapter so like if u skip a little it confuses u really bad. If you like rollercoaster type plot and just care about the setting then go ahead and read. (the web crashes for mobile about every 1 1/4 chapter for me and since chapter r long hard to find ur place)
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Mavsynchroid rated it
February 19, 2018
Status: --
This novel is... horrible. It's just so badly written. I'm not sure how to explain my thoughts concerning this... It feels like it was written by a middle school student, I guess. Like... Everything the author wants to happen, he just kind of forces to happen.. I know that sounds vague. It just doesn't feel good, reading it. He tries for humor a lot but it comes off extremely flat and childish. The character's personalities are extremely bland, just relying on their stereotypes. The decisions they make are also ridiculous.... more>> The adults in the story are just as, if not MORE childish than the kids in it. It's a shame, really. I've always liked the whole "Bad ass MC who would rather not hurt people but has a dark past" bit. However this is just done so poorly.

Although I'm having trouble explaining myself clearly, I feel that if you read the first volume, you'll get what I mean when I say this is a very shallow novel. It feels like there are 7 people or so in this world and that's it. Anyone else is just a stage prop that's easily forgotten. Anyway, it's also a shame since this novel is completely translated and has a lot of content. That's why this is my second time giving it a chance. I just can't get past how lousy it is. He's super strong so the author forces a seal on him so he can only be super strong for a certain amount of time. A paladin who's supposed to be extremely just and dignified takes an innocent person hostage and threatens to kill all the other innocent people nearby if the MC doesn't give him an item... It's just stuff like this that constantly happens that leaves a bad taste in your mouth. That plus how lacking every situation is concerning detail.. Just.. yuck. <<less
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Tintl rated it
December 19, 2020
Status: Completed
Its pretty good. (I did get a bit bored in between volumes later in the series though but then it was a matter of finishing something I started)
I dont like writing reviews usually but this is here to address sone other reviews' points.

There IS a plot and its actually really long and complicated. So long that there were plot holes later on in the story, but they were negligable gor me amd the author actually addresses them. The relationships are really interesting:

author suggested so many interesting relationships like MC w: MAJOR SPOILER: dad and twin sister during the crossdressing part


Some reviews said the Paladin went around doing the opposite of what a knight actually is and so dropped this BUT that was done on purpose by author. It was because :

he was being controlled by the Dragon Emperor. It was supposed to be noticed by the readers


there is character development for both the MC and the side characters. Ex:


There isnt much for side characters but its not zero example demon gle w quisi. AND the MC himself. There was A LOT of character development for him with his struggles over what he should do and who he was. I feel like he grew a lot as a person by the end of the novel, although some of his development was due to other factors.

Regardless, I enjoyed the story, the plot and situations entertained me so much the lack of character development wasn't noticable to me until I read the reviews about it.

i love all the different POVs and how theres no complete evil in yu wo's stories, its not excusable but she gives a backstory for all the characters.
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ArgosYesu rated it
June 25, 2016
Status: v14c1
So I've read the entire thing... and it's roller coaster level plot on par with 1/2 prince. It started off all right and I liked the Mecha/Knights/Mages division within the story. Then you dump the black dragon into the plot and everything turns to hell as weird backgrounds start to connect.

Legend of the Sun Knight is still my fav.
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