Nine Star Hegemon Body Art


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Author Introduction: Is he the reincarnation of a Pill God? Or is he a fusion of spirits? A youth whose Spirit Root, Spirit Blood, and Spirit Bone were all stolen – Long Chen must rely on his memories of divine pill refining arts and a mysterious cultivation technique, the Nine Star Hegemon Body Art, in order to part the layers of misleading fog and solve a heaven-shaking riddle.

Heaven and earth are within his grasp as he steps through the cosmos, meets all kinds of beautiful women, and suppresses devils, demons, and gods.

Legend has it that when Long Chen arrives, the lands roar and heaven screams, ghosts sob and gods weep.

Translator Blurb: Long Chen, a crippled youth who cannot cultivate, is constantly targeted and bullied by his fellow noble heirs. After a particularly vicious beating, he wakes up and realizes a Pill God’s soul has somehow merged with him, giving him some additional memories. Within those memories is the mysterious Nine Star Hegemon Body Art, a cultivation technique that even he can train in, but whose secrets and origin are still a mystery to him. Relying on his improved instincts as he finally begins to cultivate, he realizes a huge conspiracy is underfoot within the Phoenix Cry Empire, one involving his father, members of the imperial family, and even the Emperor himself.

In order to solve the mysteries around him, he must rely on his new alchemy techniques and the powerful but baffling Nine Star Hegemon Body Art. Countless enemies block him as he attempts to climb to the peak of the cultivation world.

Fate destined him to be only a chess piece, but he would not bow to the will of the Heavens.

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New odis rated it
March 17, 2019
Status: --
Everything of this novel is recycled from other 'typical xianxias' making this the typical of 'typical xianxias'. Nothing is new nor improved. Other reviews compared this novel to ATG [against the gods] lol.. No. Sure, ATG did recycle some plots from other xianxias but overall ATG has it's own flavor going on. This novel's originality is nonexistent. If you stop reading this novel for more than 2 weeks, good luck recalling the characters, places, arcs, etc.

On a side note, this novel is indeed better than Martial God Asura, Dragon war... more>> God, and similar crappy xianxias.. Those crappy xianxias are so bad that you will start losing braincells. So no worries, you will be safe reading this one. <<less
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Yoburi rated it
August 27, 2017
Status: --
This looks like ATG we got everything MC got memorys, arrange marriges with females that aren't bad but wont marry a mortal, medice to fix meridians and horny arogant dudes.

I didn't like very much because first of all even being a Pill Empeor the MC can't help his own mother cultivate so she must reaming mortal thats BS and because the MC after getting his marriage canceled by his fiance isnted of moving on he promiss her to try to win her back. Now if they fall in love later... more>> on I won't mind but the fact he just wants her back because of her beaty is just as swallow as her levaing him because he cant cultivate.

His father is also another problem in the novel he is guarding some borders of his kighdom while his son and wife gets bullie and almost don't have money for food its just BS! His father is the strongest general of the empeire but his family gets humilated by any random person is just dumb.

This novel could be good but its hateful how the autor don't make the father or the mother of the MC became relavant and focus on some fiance that don't even care about the MC if he is a Pill Empeor make his own family and himself stronger and find a woman less swallow than that finace. <<less
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dniv rated it
October 24, 2018
Status: c134
After maybe the first 6 chapters which seem misleadingly generic but are actually cleverly setting future plot points in place, this novel quickly establishes itself as a solid 4.75/5 or so far as one of the top xianxia novels I've read on this site. The writing is quite strong, the characters are strong, the cultivation method is interesting, the plot armor isn't too excessive, the scheming is well-written, the translation speed is very fast (and also very high quality) like 4 chapters a day on most days and the story... more>> is simply very interesting, and the alchemy is also good. We've seen a bit of the real plot so far and it's quite fascinating. Also there have been a lot of refreshing twists that counter normal Xianxia tropes.

Spoiler for some very early story details about the fiancée:

Question, can you compare this to ATG when 1. The girl who was going to break up her marriage agreement with him, is reluctant to do so because she doesn't want to make him look bad or hurt his feelings while he's in a bad situation, takes him outside of the city to do so because she wants to help him save as much face as possible, doesn't mind him pursuing her afterwards and even has a good attitude about it afterwards? This is not BTTH and it's not ATG. This is original and interesting.


As far as the circumstances relating to his mother and father, they are very well-thought-out. There's a very good reason things are as they are. It's NOT poorly written. In fact, it's done a refreshingly good job of being a great story. And the mother and father both become relevant in fact.

Another spoiler about Fiancée's attitude:

And the fiance DOES care about the MC and does a LOT for him. The fiance isn't shallow. She didn't like the idea of pre-arranged marriage. That ISN'T shallow.


The other thing I really like about this work is that the MC is OP, but not too smart. Like he's strong, but also a normal cultivator in terms of intelligence. Unlike the usual sort of reincarnation xianxia tropes. This time around, the pill god's soul literally mixes with the guy he appears in, so they blend together and he doesn't retain a lot of his memories which makes the story more interesting since you get to see someone with powerful techniques that doesn't have much of an idea about the cultivation world and it combines underdog suspense with OPness in a pretty good combination.

Spoiler for something protagonist learns after the end of the first major arc

Also in TTNH's fashion, MC does indeed seem to probably come from some insanely OP background he never knew about before which makes this all the more interesting. Because this really opens up and broadens the mystery of just who the f*ck stole his spirit root, blood, and bone and why.


This is truly a solid 5/5 and I feel bad for the people who miss this gem because of some dumb poorly researched early review. <<less
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vkg313 rated it
November 7, 2018
Status: c320
In response to some of the negative reviews:

Mom can't cultivate because she doesn't have a spirit root. The end. The MC isn't God.

Ex-fiance broke off the marriage because he was too weak. That's fine too. I hate it when people say thats cold hearted. She wants someone who can be considered an equal. They've never met before and there's no reason for a cultivator to marry a mortal and become a huge weak link. On top of the fact that she was really kind in the way she cancelled the... more>> marriage too. I also hate it when people say that he shouldn't chase after a girl just because she's beautiful. As if all of you people haven't chased someone because you were attracted to them. Damn Hypocrites. The father has his own problems that are explained later in the story and can't spare any manpower to help his family.

Story is good, and the scheming is interesting. I like his cultivation technique. The MC gets setbacks too, versus the always in control MC. I highly recommend it. Updated at chapter 200:

The only problem that I see is that everyone else seems kind of stupid except for the MC, including his own people. That's extremely annoying. Also, there are a lot of cliches, which seem to get a bit worse in the later chapters. It lacks a spark of originality.

Updated at chapter 324:

Also, it's weird that the evil side is united and the good side has tons of infighting. Unity among evil people seems highly unlikely, unless there's one really strong person forcing them to do so. Of course, we haven't learned much about the other sides' higher ups.

The scheming has gone down somewhat in quality too. I understand what people are saying when they say that the MC makes some of the dumbest moves possible, just so his "dao" or willpower won't be affected. Like seriously acts like he's the strongest and can't be harmed for some odd reason. No disguises or anything.

I just want to say that I used to look forward to reading this story as it released, but now I don't really anymore, which I feel, tells me a lot.

I decreased it down one star as a result to a 4 star story. If we are being accurate, currently, its like a 3.5 star story. Maybe the author will improve in the future again.

Chapter 356

All of a sudden, the MC became a brainless person, and decided that he needs to toy with his enemies to death, instead of directly killing them. The author decided that the MC no longer needs to use his brain or use disguises to keep his identity safe. The plot also seems to repeat somewhat like Martial God, Asura, where instead of repeating tombs, there are repeating secret realms with inheritances. It's not bad to that level, but it's still repeating somewhat. I hope that changes. It's now a 3.5 star story. <<less
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treecat rated it
November 9, 2018
Status: c480
Don't bother reading.

I've given up by chapter 480.

The author kept writing all sort of justifications for the so-called genius protagonist to take the worst decision possible, leading to the ultimate drama, ending up using plot armor to barely survive.

And the drama kept building up, the protagonist kept getting stronger and angrier and angrier, the antagonists kept surviving and escalating the conflict.
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NocturneKoan rated it
November 15, 2018
Status: c160
I've been reading for a bit now, and I feel like some of the hate for this novel in the review section is not necessary. Cultivation novels inherently follow similar lines, taking ques from a basic structure, if not straight up each other. This novel has its unique aspects and its common aspects, but both of these have their own merits.

The way the MC cultivates is unique, and that's definitely a plus, because it's interesting to see his path which doesn't follow the standard rules even of that setting (as... more>> far as I know). The novel also has an interesting approach to the Pill Dao, not necessarily unique, but it has some twists that make it slightly different from something like say, Battle Through the Heavens. That's good enough for me, it shows the author put in some effort.

In terms of characters, I actually quite like what has been shown so far, especially of the MC. He sort of reminds me of Meng Hao from ISSTH in terms of being humorous some times, but serious other times. Some novels in my opinion go overboard on the humour aspect to the point that I personally don't find them funny anymore, and other novels are so serious they become dry. This novel maintains a good balance there.

The setting is just as interesting as any other. It seems like a standard xianxia/xuanhuan setting so far and if I didn't like that sort of setting, I wouldn't read these novels, but I'm sure it has its own twists as well. The story has also been pretty good so far, it flows well, and the action scenes are great. The translator is doing good work too, despite mixing up names here and there. Overall, I'd give this novel a 4.7 or so in terms of how much I'm enjoying it, so I rounded that up to a 5. <<less
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Talan rated it
October 31, 2018
Status: c118
At first I was a little hesitant to read this novel after looking at the ratings, but I read the review from "dniv" and decided to give it a try. It was worth it. This novel is excellent. I just read through all 118 translated chapters in a few hours. I couldn't put it down. I would strongly recommend this novel to anyone who enjoys cultivation web novels. I'm writing this review in hopes that it can encourage others to give this novel a chance and discover a great read.
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arajan rated it
January 10, 2019
Status: c224
Not sure why people hate this novel so much. It's rare to find an MC with a decent sense of humor in a fighting novel, and Long Chen has it in spades. I've pretty much binge-read this over the past few days and I think its one of the better novels out there right now.
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CartmanBruuh rated it
January 10, 2019
Status: c222
This novel may seem cliche and quite honestly the face-smacking does get repetitve. HOWEVER, the world building so far is great and since I love novels about MC’s with mysterious pasts, it only adds to the enjoyment and suspense.

But the most powerful strong point of this novel is the MC. I noticed that most Chinese author’s use shamelessness as a form of humor, which is funny for around 200 chapters till it gets stale and unfunny. However, this Chinese author mixes some funny western humor in there for the mix,... more>> making this MC quite enjoyable. He reminds me of Meng Hao, who was shameless but also quite serious when it mattered. <<less
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Blindzer0 rated it
January 29, 2019
Status: c271
Excellent novel.

Starts out with a lot of clichés but it becomes better and better.

MC is actually a likeable one, some similarities to JC from SOTR except much better.

... more>> Story is interesting so far.

World building is good but kinda slow.

Love interests are amazing, each with their distinct personality, really like how it's developing.

Cultivation technique is unique and seems like there is a lot of potential to be excavated from it.

Overall the novel is excellent and I highly recommend it. Very surprised it only has a 3* rating I thought it'd be at least 4.¯\_ (ツ) _/¯ <<less
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Riveted rated it
January 16, 2019
Status: c235
I'm dropping this novel after 200+ chapters. The MC spends almost all of his time fighting, and the rest of it is pure cliche, almost to anime levels. "Fighting to protect your friends is the only thing worth fighting for" etc. By the time I got to chapter 200, I was skimming the book more than reading it because there just wasn't much there. Some chapters completely repeat themselves two or three times just to get the word count up.

By wuxia standards, probably the biggest flaw in this novel is... more>> that there is no growth in the character. He starts with a set of memories not his own. He doesn't learn any new tricks. He doesn't learn any new moves.

On a social level, the MC is basically an arrogant "young master" (even though he's not) and every girl he meets falls head over heels for him.

The only reason I bother to give this 2 stars instead of 1 is because it's at least semi-coherent, and it doesn't go off on racist rants. <<less
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Lahan rated it
January 13, 2019
Status: c230
So I've read up to chapter 230 and I can say this novel is pretty bad, not the worst but quite bad. The only reason I kept reading is because during the first book I kept seeing small good points, however mostly just super bad tropes. The second book is better but I will probably stop reading soon as allover it's pretty damn bad.

The good:

  • Occasionally funny
The Bad:

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  • A lot of plot holes and inconsistency in power levels. The MC can beat or resist anyone regardless of level it seems.
  • Way too much harem. All major female characters who are attractive are just there to fall for the MC, with one exception who of course is there to regret angering the MC.
  • For male characters you pretty much know how they will end up once they are introduced, are they a d*ck to the MC? He will allow it to escalate out of proportion and kill them.
  • Anything the MC does is hailed as brilliant, no matter what he does everyone around him worships him. And in some cases half a chapter can be dedicated to describing how amazing everyone around him thinks the MC is.
Problems with the MC:

  • The author makes a point repeatedly about how much the MC suffered and is suffering. But quite frankly he hardly suffered that much, he was bullied for a few years as a kid that was it. All "suffering" that happens after the story starts turns out to be good for him anyway.
  • The MC has a single flaw, he is too proud and never backs down because of the pill god memories he has. However this never bites him in the ass, it always works out. Which makes this flaw just boring.
  • Anything that he does / says will be pretty much taken as pure genius by everyone around him constantly and it gets annoying fast.
In closing, this novel had potential if the author had not turned the main character into a Mary Sue. He never does something wrong and he never truly suffers. If you look at good wuxia like I shall seal the heavens the MC has several flaws and not only does the MC suffer for it, other people also think him weird because of his flaws. I think if you are 13-14 and looking for a harem power fantasy novel then this is probably a great read. For anyone looking for wuxia with decent characters go read I shall seal the heavens or Upgrade specialist instead. <<less
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asdf123 rated it
January 13, 2019
Status: c230
This story has a bunch of the cliches but for the most part everything is done better than other generic chinese novels. It dosent focus too much on 1 power up after another although there are enough power ups to keep the reader satisfied.

I'd say it is a combo of atg, agm, and invincible, but it takes most of the good parts from each and mashes them together.

I binge read the first 200 chapters on a lazy saturday and it all went by fairly smoothly. There are some things that... more>> I found annoying or objectionable but the traits are also reasonably explained and even the MC finds them annoying. There is definitely a lot of parody and it pokes fun at the genre every couple chapters.

Overall, it is a refreshing read since after 2 years of reading most of the stories in the genre it started to get a bit stale. <<less
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DarkPresent rated it
February 6, 2019
Status: c218
So far it is average wuxia novel- typical cliche plot, lots of arrogant young masters, slapping faces, IQ of villains averaging 2 at most, MC IQ around 10 but since everyone else is at 2 he is smartest person out there. Plot armor saving MC even when he makes terribly decisions that are later exposing him to otherwise avoidable danger.

It's not terrible, not bad but at the same time not great or even good, just average. I think it deserves 2.5-3/5
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Lum rated it
January 17, 2019
Status: c238
The novel is really good,

MC has a harem, but he earns it through being funny which is pretty rare at least in my experience of xianxia novels.

MC is also shameless enough, and its really funny.

MC is a little bit overpowered, but he earns the power instead of sitting around doping up all day and when he does get stronger via pills or anything, he has the cheat memories, but no way to make use of them because he lacks ingredients so he goes on a little journey for the... more>> ingredients.

Overall, novel isn't like a lot of the other stereotypical xianxia/xuanhuans/wuxia novels out there and its really nice, funny and relaxing to read. <<less
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baalthegreat rated it
February 15, 2019
Status: --
Well typical

I just wonder did chinese people reaaaaaly hated the rich boys from rich family

Causs they seem always be an antagonist as if they were all the same

Maybe they have the same father or something?

Absolute power as if there is anything absolute when you can even defy the heavens

And then chapter 1000 come the racist thing

Even in the other world you can still be racist
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AutumnSnowz rated it
February 4, 2019
Status: c200
This novel is so bad it's both funny and frustrating to read. There are so many cliches and illogical reasoning and events that you just laugh at the story itself.

It's like looking at something so ugly that it start to look cute to you. Another example would be dog balls. Have you ever seen a dog balls. You don't want to look at it and you know you shouldn't but yet you can't turn away and continue to stare at it. This is what this novel is to me, it's... more>> dog's balls. I don't want to read it but I just can stop myself from witnessing this train wreck of a novel. Haha <<less
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Jiuyin rated it
January 19, 2019
Status: c248
2.5/5 Stars The average baseline of cultivation novels

The first arc of the novel is just a normal cliche beginning middle big boss villain end development. Does not explain the 'grand scheme' or anything special about this novel. Other than what you already know about a typical wuxia, big vast world, MC has the soul of the Alchemy God and has a special cultivation method plot cliche.

First arc does a super poor job of grabbing the viewer attention of how would this novel be different than others. Not giving a character... more>> development chapter, nor detailed world view of the grand schemes, nor is there anything that would make it enticing. Would be considered the average of the average cliche wuxia.

Some novels show a grand background intro, some novel are really good at detailed character development, or some are good at bringing tension by the politics or plot twist. Not this novel, everything follows the books with cliches 'flow' of a cultivation novel of development.

The good part that started to make more different than other novels was the author brought humour into the MC's kit which I find refreshing. Some readers might dislike how the harem goes, some reader would wish for more plot, or character development, or some kind of 'thing' to hook onto making you like this novel, but there just nothing really to find. A princess of an Empire with caring personality? She'll have the "I trust you lines" that'll say to MC. Find a Stronger Martial brother person who is believe in only himself to be strong? He'll say the typical "join or me die" or "You are an ant" one-dimensional character lines and no development.

The author needs more plot twist, more depth about the world or something to make you want to know more, which could attract at least one type of viewer, but nothing really stands out other than the plot moving.

The author had a chance at one of the sub arcs


When he was sent to exile to the graveyard, they set it up saying no one of the 170+ chosen one ever made it back. The build up was good, the reason to exile him was good, but that whole plot just turned into a normal level up chapter with no drama, no real plot twists other than a disciple sent to kill him, which he solves in less than half a chapter. In the end, there was nothing to make it 'fun' or enticing. He just walked back to the Monastery and just nothing really to feel 'emotional' about.


Not enough to pull you in to read this, the pace and plot is just too normal. <<less
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graydragon12 rated it
January 18, 2019
Status: c180
This one is classic CN cultivation novel. Expect everything you know from all other cultivation novel and ride on with the cliche. It has been a enjoyable ride for me but the reason 3* is the harem. The god for saken annoying piece of crap harem seeking MC. First girl is a classical engaged before birth thing. Heavenly beautiful, yada yada yada the usual. MC sweet talk her into delaying/annulling the engagement but vow to will always be chasing her and "make you mine". Well she is nice so there... more>> is a plus. Then come second girl, the premise is passable and I could turn a blind eye to another girl in the harem but the third one, oh no f**k you MC go suck a d*ck for all I care. "Oh I missed my 2nd waifu, she is so close but so far, oh I still also have to chase my 1st waifu and make true of my declaration but first I have to make this another beautiful and some how same level of beauty girl I find going into this Sect love me too". Utterly disgustingly shameless. I hate these kind of MC so the rating drop straight from 5* to 3*. The MC speech and behavior is still enjoyable to read but the forced harem picking crap from in most other cultivation novel sour my mood whenever it came up. Unless the 1st girl beat him stupid and said something similar to: "You lying cheating hypocrite bastard, go suck on your harem, I will go find a true guy that appreciate me" the rating won't ever be 4* and above.

If you want a harem then make it a harem from the start. Don't go around pulling stuff like: "I give my heart only to you and you will forever be my love girl" bull crap then go around flirting with other girl hoping them to fall on you while the girl you "only and forever love" still accept and respect that. <<less
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Kurokazin rated it
January 8, 2019
Status: c228
While I haven't gotten very far into the novel as of yet, this novel has been very refreshing.

I've read quite a few chinese novels and one of the most obnoxious tropes they employ is that every. single. side character has the personality of a brick.

While 9Star does have a lot of the usual suspects in plot development/tropes/etc, it's still a very solid read if you fancy these types of novels.

Here's to hoping after 100 chapters it doesn't go the route of Martial God Asura and turn into a massive pile... more>> of sh*t due to writer burnout.

Novels like 9Star and ATG make me furious that so many other promising chinese novels (MGA, TDG, etc) devolve into utter garbage from writers either getting lazy or disinterested.

Will this novel redefine your concept of all novels? No.

It's still a xianxia/Xuanhuan novel so it will always sits neatly in that "Guilty pleasure" niche, but it's definitely a better read that most of its contemporaries, with a dedicated translation team to boot.

Comparing it to other novels:

    • Solid MC, but the author didn't put much effort into expanding upon the MC's sudden turn in fortune, it may be explained later.
    • Diverse side characters, though not all of them are overly focused upon and some can be pretty shallow.
    • d*ckish villains that don't overstay their welcome and are extremely satisfying to see them pummeled into a gory mess.
    • Can't speak much of the world building, but it's your typical fair of "Glorious empire, even more glorious sects", etc.
    • This can either be a pro or con depending on the reader, but it doesn't have much in the way of goofball humor like ISSTH and other novels that seem to be extremely popular to people. I don't like excessive humor in my novels, but that's merely personal preference.

(Edit #2: The formatting went tits up on me, I apologize but I can't seem to fix the paragraphs.)

I'm now 200+ chapters in and my opinion still stays largely the same with a few caveats; Unfortunately the focus has changed quite drastically away from the battle-skills and the characters' physical/willful prowess.

This has culminated in relatively bland (or at the very least, streamlined) combat that lacks a bit of detail that makes fight scenes in novels 'epic'.

Not that epic moments aren't there, they're just less present than what has become my xianxia quality standard (ATG).

This next bit probably qualifies as a spoiler.


Like any review this is mostly personal taste, but I'm not a huge fan of how informed a few of the "old cultivators" are.

It detracts a bit from the experience when the MC does something completely outstanding and you've got these old f*ckers just nodding their head "as expected".

I will say that it's a decent enough excuse as to why the MC doesn't get much support, since it's fairly typical for a MC in these novels to basically have to depend on himself, no matter how outstanding he is.

It's always bothered me how an MC shows extraordinary talent, and the higher ups just throw him a bundle of string, some paper clips, and expect him to mcguyver his way through cultivation while putting their full support into absolutely scummy, useless "core disciples" or some such, only for them to get owned by the MC later.


Overall I'm still looking forward to future chapters, and it's still a cut above the rest of the trash (F*ck you MGA.

Like a highschool girl on prom night you were my first foray and you were just terrible.

One strong thrust and a premature bust later then I'm left cleaning up the blood and cum)... and no, I have absolutely no intention to stop bashing MGA in every single one of my reviews.

Solely on the fact that such a piece of trash is not only ranked higher than this series, but it's only 16-30 (month-all time) spots down from ATG which is a far more engaging story in just about every aspect.

TL;DR: So far, solid.

f**k MGA.

ATG is probably a better read and has more chapters than 9Star but this novel has a lot of promise.

We'll see in 6 months and 1000 chapters if it still maintains its momentum. <<less
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