Major General Spoils his Soul-guiding Wife


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Qin Zhaoyue, a hundred-year-old Soul cultivator and famous artifact refiner, dies and transmigrates into a body of 16-year-old Xi Zhaoyue, who was killed on her wedding day.

The unlucky previous owner of the body was an illegitimate daughter of an influential family and was forced to live her whole life in the orphanage. However, at the age of 16, her Guide glands were awakened and as fate willed it, Xi Zhaoyue happened to have the highest compatibility with the youngest, bravest, most handsome Major General of the Empire, a dream husband of the whole Outer Space! Finally, a loving family she so longed for was within her reach… Yet, at the wedding ceremony, her Mental sea was invaded and she died.

Once Zhaoyue figured out the situation she landed herself in, she vowed: she wouldn’t be a proud and self-respecting cultivator, if she didn’t strive for independence, for the right to live the life freely! Cultivate, refine, get stronger! Become your own person!

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Agnie rated it
June 10, 2018
Status: Completed
UPD. Yep, I stand corrected. It's not a romantic comedy, but a comedy with romance. What can I say, their cute interactions made me feel like it's a romantic comedy. /shrugs

Be warned, as a translator, I'm, of course, biased. If I didn't like it, I'd have never chosen to translate it, so...

It is a comedy, so don't expect from it some out-of-this-world heart-rending mind-blowing romance.

It is a comedy with romance, so expect some fluff, unreasonableness, a lot of dog food and even more vinegar. Some cliche, some are... more>> not, but overall, the flow is good, so.

The story takes place in the interstellar civilization and all the mumbo-jumbo that belongs to it (or maybe not all, I'm not well-versed in this topic, so can't really judge). There will be intergalactic pirates, nasty mercenaries, intergalactic battles, mechas and, of course, zerg wars. Crazy scientists (with their inhuman experiments) and deranged people (with their obsessions with our Male Lead) are also included, but their appearance in the whole set of things is well-paced and not over the top (even if once in a while you feel like bashing them, but hey, aren't all villains the same?)

Female Lead is a strong-willed, not afraid of pain and sweat, a thoroughly independent geeky nerd (or a nerdy geek?), who is not well-versed in romance, yet, not annoyingly so. I enjoyed her slow acceptance of ML, the author did a good job.

Male Lead is a cold arrogant self-important jerk (well, he's earned the right to be) with a strong sense of responsibility and duty. Until...

Until he gets mind-r*ped by our Female Lead, that is. Then it is an enjoyable transition from the Jerk to a vinegar eating wife-s*ave. I won't spoil more on it, but believe me, it's all in good fun. Even if once in a while you'd want to cover your eyes, just not to see his embarrassing side.


Nevertheless, if I said there were no headdesking points, even I wouldn't believe it:


1. The Spacenetizens with their comments. A bit too many, a bit too much (who cares about fillers, we want The Plot!), but then I stopped skipping them and started reading more carefully (say, about half-way through) and found out that they are responsible for a good part of the face-slapping, laughs, and explanations. That somewhat abated my rage. Ahem, annoyance.

2. Female lead... is being forced to the verge of death or sustains really severe injuries way too frequently until she becomes strong enough (to kick most butts). And she becomes strong enough only about 2/3s in. Even my bones hurt when I read her sufferings, sigh. The saving grace of this mental torture is that it is logical: bullied to death until she can bully them back. Oh, and another one is that our hubby will bully them all in her stead until then.


I don't want to spoil the Plot, but if you want, you can get the idea from the first chapter:


A respected and revered female cultivator upon her sole friend's betrayal and consequent death transmigrates into a body of low-level Guide, who happens to be the best possible match as a Guide (and, therefore, marriage partner) for the Sentinel, who, in turn, happens to be the most illustrious, noble and obviously handsome youngest Major General of the Empire. Que the public rage and indifference (?) of the Major General himself and ??? of the newly-transmigrated cultivator. Oh, the first scene is actually their wedding ceremony, where the original owner of FL's body bids farewell to us (or possibly recovers the memories from her past life).


Instead of giving away the plot, I'd rather tell you a bit about the Guide&Sentinel system, which might also contain spoiler, so:

Guides and Sentinels could be considered evolutionary humans. They are not a different race, they are a unique group of humans who were able to 'awaken' their genes (glands), turning them in uh... sub-species? Their population in the whole outer space is very small (less than 20% for sentinels, less 10% for Guides), but Sentinels are the main (if not only) fighting force of the humanity, while the Guides... are... their relief, and I don't mean relief of the duty. Bed-warmer like relief. Ah, shoot, how could I forget that they are actually very important existence (though physically weak) and responsible for 'guiding (treating) ' and 'soothing' Sentinel's sea of conscience, which tends to get out the control once in a while? Well, you will see why I forgot that as you delve further into the chapters.

Another curious point about Guides and Sentinels is that they can't live without each other: if Sentinels' mental sea goes out of control, they become insane, or die. And Guides can't survive 'heat' period without Sentinels uh... fluids. I mean, Sentinels bite their Guides and calm their raging hormones through uh, saliva. Yeah, that's what I meant. Uh-huh, only that. (... Marking, biting... I've heard that somewhere before, hmmm?)

As you can imagine, our very capable, yet, a loner of a Cultivator is Not Happy with the way things are. What, Major General wants to divorce? Yes, please! Who needs those brutish arrogant jerks! Who said I can't be my own person and live well on my own? I'm a hundreds year old virg*n and lived just fine without any Dao-partners! Who said only Sentinels can be strong? I'll guide you to the light to see the truth! That's actually a description of her actions, not her inner voice, FL is a serious type. A serious nerdy geek type.

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chibiheaven rated it
January 27, 2019
Status: Completed
This was a quick read that, to be blunt, would be considered shallow, content wise. There wasn't much substance in the way of character growth or characterization. It honestly felt very rushed and the usual trope of good worshipping underlings rarely got a chance to bloom before being kicked to the side. This left an odd relationship of worship with zero effort, considering the FL attended classes for a record ono day.

As the translator mentioned, there is constant online commentation that you see quite frequently in modern setting Chinese novels.

It... more>> was a cute read if just for the interaction between the ML and FL. The 'dog food' was pretty frequent and, in some ways, repetitive.

This was my first time being exposed to a novel with the 'Alpha & Omega' super human setting, though I had heard of it. It was still a bit off putting for me but I think the FL reacted well.

The ending was unfortunately quite abrupt and lackluster. I did not go into this novel expecting anything deep and came out with my expectations satisfied. Plus it's a quick read with only 228 chapters. <<less
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nuttyreader rated it
April 18, 2020
Status: Completed
This is a fun novel. A strong MC who goes against her guide abilities which automatically surrenders to the sentinel abilities. She is no push over so constantly goes against the ML.

As I notice in Chinese novels, they do NOT do space justice. Space is so glossed over, planets and locations in space are treated like a town or city that you would take rail to go to. So leave your brains behind when the author sets the stage on other planets.
This is turning into a pet peeve of... more>> mine.....I don’t expect a space opera but at least do a proper job when dealing with planets and outer space.

Another point that gets me on these types of novels, sentinels are rare but guides are super rare. They are so rare that few sentinels have guides and guides are forced to marry if they don’t find a sentinel at a certain point of their age. So why are low ranked guides treated like tr*sh..... they are very rare.... you would think a highly technologically advanced civilization would do everything to protect guides but you don’t see it at all. Even the MC transmigrated since the original gets killed during the wedding to the ML which you would think there would be many guards to prevent it.

As long as you only look at the MC and ML, this is enjoyable. When you run into the problems mentioned... please put brain on the side and allow the zombies to munch munch so you won’t think about it. <<less
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Moraxella rated it
July 15, 2018
Status: Completed
I liked it, the characterizations are easily the best part and the ML in particular is very likeable. Dog food is also a trope I like, so this was a fun ride for me. It was entertaining, i’ll give it that, and the events flowed reasonably but somehow towards the end it felt very redundant to me.


How many times must a person get lost in the starry sea? How many assassination and kidnapping attempts must there be in this novel?

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Miao Meow Liz rated it
January 27, 2022
Status: Completed
This is a novel that ran out of something, time or money or space or author's interest. It ended suddenly in one chapter wwithout wrapping up the loose ends.

It started off really good, a solid, likable MC and an ML who stays out of her way. The guide and sentinel aspect was killed midway, focusing on culivation. Which seems like a trap, since it sold itself on the guide/sentinal relationship. Also the protagonist fights against her guide body a lot, so there's no grief with losing it - what was... more>> the point? They even lose their quantum beasts, which were beautiful and useful.

Plot-wise this is a very unstable Interstellar world, the protagonist is forever kidnapped and attacked. Everything is a battle, which may have been fun once or twice, but every damn time you leave the house it becomes a chore. The romance was nice and gradual and happened when the battle wasn't going on. The MC and ML are kinda OP, but are always captured and wrecked. Disappointing. <<less
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Xiu_er rated it
January 17, 2023
Status: Completed
Rating: 3.3/5

The plot itself is entertaining enough and not boring, considering how much drama and action is packed in a short period of time. Less eventful periods are generally skipped or summed up using only a few sentences. While entertaining, the novel is not really original. In fact, it employs a lot of common tropes. Whether that's negative is up to you. As for me, I generally like cliché and certain tropes that I actively seek them out.

However, I do have some complaints. There are way too many plot holes... more>> being overlooked or passed over. I won't go into detail since I have forgotten most of them by now, but the feeling of something being not quite right remains imbedded in my memory.

I also don't know how to feel about the main CP itself. The ML used to be a chauvinistic pig who hated troublesome guides and wouldn't even let them near him. So how did he agree so easily to having the FL counsel him, only to fall for her right after and turning into a tsundere wife s*ave afterwards?

And the FL also ignored how she was s*xually assaulted by the ML too easily. How do you just forget such a traumatic event where you even cried tears of blood?

Later on the ML turned into your usual Chinese doting wife s*ave, controlling and jealous of everything (even his own child) ML. Hm... I don't really like him. The SA soured him for me.

Essentially, most sentinels in this novel seem to be chauvinistic pigs. The excuse is that being controlling, possessive, macho and arrogant is in their nature. Many sidekicks who turn into allies also suffer from these character traits and needed to have their heads realigned.

That aside, the FL isn't it for me either. Girl keeps getting kidnapped and injured way too much. Forgot how many times this actually happened. Way too much imo. Despite being a Mary Sue she does make a lot of mistakes based on carelessness and negligence. It annoyed the f out of me.

The end was also way too rushed. The resolution of the conflict with the illegal research organization and the one with the Alliance were basically summed up in the last chapter. I can only guess that the author didn't want to write the novel anymore so they just packed a summary into the last chapter. Considering how much tension had been built up before that, the climax was kinda anticlimactic.


We didn't even get any resolution of the Sabo pining after LuXu despite LuXu being married to a guide (a guide who never appeared and was only mentioned in conversations).


Even for a novel where I went into it with my brain turned off I still found way too many loopholes and unresolved issues. <<less
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Fathom rated it
July 13, 2022
Status: Completed
Cute sci-fi transmigration story of a soul cultivator who feeds on soul energy migrates into a weak Guide during her wedding at 16 years old.

Unlike typical CEO love stories or other transmigrations. The FL gets put into a world where there are unique group of people called Sentinels and Guides. Sentinels are strong men with a certain mental disability. The guides are physically weak females who can mentally cure the Sentinels to some degree so that the Sentinels can remain sane and powerful. However, during certain times, the Sentinels &... more>> Guides will be go into powerful estrus and only drugs or the coupling can resolve the issue. However, a Sentinel can only be bound to one Guide at a time.

Needless to say, a power FL soul cultivator would be horrified at finding herself be forced to bind herself to another person, not to mention being forced by estrus.

From being weak to becoming OP. The story was interesting and a bit unique on its own. However, it started to get a bit tiresome on hearing how OP the FL was and how often she was attacked or kidnapped.

The romance wasn't too mushy, just the typical overbearing possessive and jealous spouse. While the FL seemed more cold faced and indifferent.

The ending was really rushed. It seemed to have rushed through 2 huge wars and an ending of the main villains in over a chapter or so. <<less
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Han Ha Neul rated it
April 17, 2021
Status: Completed
it's fun, but there are lots of plot holes. In the beginning there were quantum beasts but later chapters of quantum beasts were not there, so what exactly are quantum beasts for. Usually in other novels quantum beasts become the weapon and power of the user but in this novel maybe just for decoration. New in Chapter 161 Xi Zaoyue quantum beast comes out. And later chapters of quantum beasts exist. The end was too hasty so unsatisfactory
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February 7, 2020
Status: Completed
I just finished mtling this one and it's pretty good, I just got a bit annoyed with some loose ends that the author didn't wrap up by the end, but overall the main couple was very fluffy and sweet... I think there was a hint of another couple but the author didn't expand on that oh well.
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May 21, 2019
Status: Completed
It was a good read for female guide x male sentinel. Love the setting.

4.5 stars
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MC is multi-talented, the number one refiner and soul cultivator in the cultivation world who got betrayed and killed by her childhood friend, then transmigrated into a guide and sentinel futuristic world. The body she took over was a d-level guide that was forced to marry the famous major general because their compatibility level was high, but since the original died of a sneak attack, MC was able to transmigrate in.

One thing that stands out most is the amount of fluffy moments and number of times I had to eat dog food (as a single) every time I read how lovey they act. Its so funny that I laugh every time and it's never boring.

MC got kidnapped three times, correct me if I'm wrong. But she gets herself out easily. Just blame the timing and bad luck for those kidnappings. Female Lead aura.


Although the ending was rushed, overall, it was a okay read to pass the time. Not too many angsty points, and if you like a lot of fluff with humor, this novel is for you. <<less
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moonlightjem rated it
May 1, 2021
Status: Completed
Pretty average, but I enjoyed it.

The dynamic between the FL and ML was nice, and it was refreshing how it wasn't always the ML saving the FL. The ML got into his share of problems and the FL would save him too. Sometimes the person who went in to save the other got into more trouble and the person being saved would be burdened with saving the other, and sometimes they simply found their own way out of the situation.

A lot of it feels rushed though, and there really isn't... more>> much time to breathe between incidents, and the ending was lackluster, so 3* for writing and + 1* for enjoyment factor. <<less
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