Heavenly Curse


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A young orphaned boy named Mu Yi is saved by an old travelling Taoist Priest. They travel the world ‘scamming’ people by ‘exorcising ghosts’ and ‘slaying demons’, that is until the old Taoist Priest dies and Mu Yi is forced to realise that all is not as it seems. He was told stories of armies of ghosts, hordes of zombies, horrifying demons, and worst of all, the cultivators who controlled them.

Mu Yi takes his first steps towards rising to the top of this dark and cruel new world.

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New SinsI rated it
August 9, 2020
Status: c112
Don't know who to blame - author or translator - but the novel is written in extremely awkward language, with phrases and sentences not connected to each other, jokes falling flat: it's like a list of facts.

So while the plot might be decent, execution is terrible.
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Floating Dragon rated it
November 23, 2018
Status: c10
The beginning of this novel is surprisingly good. I have to give it an upvote. I love the premise of the story too. Can't wait to see how the novel develops.

To the translator, thank you for translating this Novel.
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xihuankanshu rated it
November 24, 2018
Status: --
I discovered the novel because I read PMG (Peerless Martial God) on http://totallyinsanetranlation. Com/ and now https://totallytranslations. Com/ and they translate Heavenly Curse.

I love the story so far. Great MC. Great world. And I love how accurate the historical details are, it's a perfect mixture of cultivation, horror and history which is rare! I love PMG for example but the author mixes elements of Buddhism, Taoism and other types of spirituality which can be confusing at times. But in Heavenly Curse, all the elements are accurate, true and coupled with... more>> elements of magic. I love that.

As usual, their translator puts translator's notes and explains things, I love that. Totally Insane Translations are really picking amazing novels. I'm a fan! :3 <<less
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Ezmac1 rated it
April 16, 2019
Status: c43
Fantastic mystery and cultivation story set in early 20th century China. I am really enjoying the read. It's similar to the story the Lame Buddhist Monk, with a touch of horror and detective work instead of action and comedy. Check it out.
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gutox253 rated it
March 14, 2020
Status: c60
The story seems quite interesting, however, there's a serious problem of "Tell, don't show".

"She/he looked furious", "He looked extremely sad", "*** said, looking extremely grave and solemn" are some examples of the kind of phrases you'll find while reading the novel. Aside from that, the narration of the novel feels like "He did that, and then they did that, and when the MC did that, this happened." At the beginning, I thought the author was doing this to quickly skip the "prologue" and go to the main story, to the... more>> fighting, etc. However, as that keeps happening, it starts to disrupt the reading experience and makes me unable to relate to the characters and draw the scene in my imagination.

Despite my small rant here, you should try a few chapters when you have time. <<less
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