Web Novel (CN)
Rating(4.5 / 5.0, 439 votes)
|5||74% (327 votes)|
|4||13% (57 votes)|
|3||8% (33 votes)|
|2||1% (5 votes)|
|1||4% (17 votes)|
Author(s)One entry per line
Artist(s)One entry per line
Status in COOStatus in Country of Origin. One entry per line
Completed (126 Chapters + 3 extras)
Original PublisherOne entry per line
English PublisherOne entry per line
Release FrequencyEvery 1467 Day(s)
Activity Stats [Graph]Weekly Rank: #3514
Monthly Rank: #1963
All Time Rank: #1710
Reading List [Graph]
On 7698 Reading Lists
Monthly Rank: #720
All Time Rank: #536
DescriptionLinks are NOT allowed. Format your description nicely so people can easily read them. Please use proper spacing and paragraphs.
I have experienced all the eight sufferings of this world.
I do not ask for nirvana, but for you.
Wild and hard-to-tame demon (gong) X Cold, ascetic and childish immortal (shou)
Associated NamesOne entry per line
RecommendationsLantern: Reflection of the Peach Blossoms (4)
Copper Coins (3)
Qiang Jin Jiu (2)
Yu Wu (2)
Green Dragon Totem (1)
Peach Blossom Debt (1)
- Omw to read
- All the Novels
- completed translations | BL
- To Read
- Good novels i'm currenly reading, finished or want...
1 group(s) hidden due to dead links. Click here to show all releases.
So instead of gushing without heads nor tails for a whole paragraph I'm going to tackle these 3 criticism.
The protagonist is neither totally cold or totally childish because he's not a paper-thin character. Moreover, he's completely amnesiac until almost the very end and we all know how important the... more>>
r*pe in his past life?????? That just did it for me I'm so f*cking done with him. If I interpreted it wrong pls tell me and I might just pick this amazing story up again.
Actually, Im kinda annoyed with readers that judge the entirety of a character without pining and looking for their character development. It caused me to share my review of Nan Chan precisely for my opinion of Cang Ji (and the ratings.)
- Well, Im not expecting that much to this story. But alright, I absolutely got hooked from start to end and kudos for the great translator and author for bringing this novel to light. It has great harmony of mystery-romance and action sub-plot and it blended accordingly. The fog shrouds from the very first chapter would make you suspect and surmise everything and everyone along your journey. Then, along the smashing of stones exposes the truth and feelings hidden in the depth. And gradually open up a path for the sweet. Lots of foreshadowing were encountered so if you liked it I recommend re-reading.
- For the side characters, hm, it's 4.7. It's not that they were only made as mere cannon fodder, but for me, they lack much appearance in the novel. (??)
I will remember the dragon Cang Ji who loved and sacrificed bravely, and the cold sword Jing Lin who did not know of emotions, intimacy and love until he met someone who let him be himself unconditionally. "There's a man I love. In the clouds. In the sea. In my heart."