Sickly Tyrannical

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A morbid second Young Master of the mafia meets an amateur psychologist. Swept along in darkness, tyrannical abuse and depredation, he destroyed his life.

Because in his eyes —— Love = Violence!

In the end, none of us could save anybody…

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Bing Nue
病虐
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Ritu
Ritu rated it
July 11, 2017
Status: c11
It's going to very very graphic with a lot of violence. If it ain't your cup of tea then please leave. It's a story about " love" of the mentally ill. All characters are pitiful as hell and yet the story makes you read more of it. It's like that Korean manhwa killing stalking. Nothing good is happening, everything is wrong and yet you keep on reading because you are morbidly fascinated.

There are a lot of bad representations of mentally ill people. So take everything lightly. Enjoy reading it.
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Fundle
Fundle rated it
February 20, 2018
Status: Completed
Everything is said in the prologue. Everything.

This story is about a love that is Tyrannical, Sickly and Tyrannical, a love thats hard to comprehend. This entire story is just to make you understand that there love is twisted one. Deep to the point of crazy, unyielding and stubborn, twisted and possessive. Both too passionate.

a Sickly Tyrannical love

... more>> The seme is crazy.

The uke is crazy to love him back.

It's been a long time since I've read something that delves deep into possessive love. To Cansheng the only way someone can love him is if they can never leave. No one should be able to love Cansheng unless Cansheng holds them so they can never fly away. But yunsheng is determined to show him that he loves him;even if that destroys him he will save Cansheng from himself. This is story is just the right amount of angst as you watch two crazy people get twisted up in each other.

Spoiler

This is not a tragedy! Though literally everything in the book points toward that ending.

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okashihiime
okashihiime
April 6, 2020
Status: c14
For all of y'all wondering if you should read this:

it's all in the description,

For those people who want to start reading it because they like yandere bois: (or think they do)

if you're looking for something fluffy where the seme is simply possessive and is really kind and loving towards their ukes (ex. Luo Binghe from Scum Villain) or something like that, if you're looking for the seme literally just loving the heck outta their lovable uke, DON'T READ IT. Like honestly, this dude is full-blown version of... more>> what yanderes are described as, and a lot of BL these days have their yandere bois as little fluffy dogs who will kill everyone else but never even hurt the uke unless they're raping them (and they usually even apologize after or something) .

This yandere is full on yandere mkay guys. If you can't handle gore, blood, wounds, or that sorta stuff, don't even try.

Yes, I see you there, naive little readers who think they might be able to read this because they like yandere bois. Just think twice before reading it, or just read the prologue like actually.

While I was reading this, my heart just highkey hurt for the uke and the crap he's gone through and is currently going through.

Welp, if you decide to read it, good luck haha. <<less
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meowm
meowm rated it
July 30, 2020
Status: Completed
I made an account just so I can review this sh*t book. To start off, I know this is not a romance, its a tragedy, and yet this book can't even do that well. Now where shall we begin? What Ye Cansheng has for Fang YunSheng is NOT love. I have read books with violent lovers. Hua Hua You Long is one of my all time favorites and if you have read it, you know how violent it gets, despite that, its clear that Jing loves Lu Cang. Ye Cansheng... more>> claims the same thing, yet he has never proven it. Love, is when the other persons happiness matter more than your own. I'm not saying Ye CanSheng become obedient and listen to everything Fang YunSheng says, that is not his character. However, he refuses to bend even the tiniest bit. When has he compromised? When has he allowed himself to feel bad just so Fang YunSheng can feel good? Never. He just wants a live puppet that he "loves" locked up where he wants so that he can keep him from "running away." News flash b*tch! He was kidnapped and r*ped for months. Not only that, he also rips out his Achilles heel from his left foot, which only got sewed back on because his other injuries were too great. That never healed properly so he already has trouble walking. Not only that Ye CanSheng also wants to rip out his right one! What an amazing lover he is. Fang YunSheng takes the gamble that Ye CanSheng really loves him, and if he proves his love for Ye CanSheng then he won't feel so insecure. This is understandable, so now the author had two ways she could go: 1) Make this a romance and have Ye CanSheng compromise because he LOVES him and not rip out his right Achilles because Ye CanSheng know how much Fang YunSheng loves to walk. If he did this, even if he never let Ye CanSheng out of the room again in this life, I would consider it a love story, because Ye CanSheng was willing to make a compromise. For the happiness of the person he loved, he couldn't do what would hurt him the most. 2) Make this a tragedy and have Ye CanSheng take out his right Achilles, but she couldn't even write the tragedy correctly. Having lost his gamble it would have been right if Fang YunSheng died when it got removed, it would have truly been the best ending since Fang YunSheng truly did not want to become disabled like this, but no! He lives. Then the best thing would have been for Fang YunSheng to kill himself. This is the first time in a book I truly wished a character to kill himself, just to put himself out of his misery. If he did, not only would he be free, but he would also have gotten his revenge on Ye CanSheng. There is part where he says that if Fang YunSheng died during Achilles Heel Removing Massacre, then he would have just frozen his body. "It's fine as long as he can see [him]." Yeah you do that, have fun with a dead body. Any of these two ending would have made this book redeemable to me, but no our author wants to go a shittier route. Not only did she keep him alive, but she also made him accept what happen and just live the rest of his life loving Ye CanSheng because its the best option he has. Ugh NO! You want him to live? Fine, but why make him "love" Ye CanSheng. Author says at the end because he is forgiving, but darling author, even the most forgiving of people have their bottom lines, and this was Fang YunSheng's as you kept portraying. If Fang YunSheng was willing to give up walking for who he "loved" that would have been fine too, but that clearly was NOT THE CASE! Then why, pray tell, why, would he give Ye CanSheng what he wants? He has already lost everything, why not make the person who made him do so, miserable. And again at the end the author says "nobody died" so its fine. Are you kidding me? Author, you do know there are things worse than death right? Fang YunSheng is the perfect example. So I guess my biggest problem with this book is that its not logical. If it had followed any of the paths described above, I would have been fine with it, but the way it went, its just not realistic. <<less
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MisterCoconut
MisterCoconut rated it
January 14, 2021
Status: Completed
I hate the ending with extreme, ultimate passion! The long process of finally reaching the last chapter was also painful enough as it is. It was like rubbing cowdung all over again with every chapter that MC loses -1000 IQ because of so-called 'Sickly Tyrannical love'

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•extreme, nonconsent, BDSM✓

•Supposed to be psychiatrist MC that is being controlled and played all over again by the 'high IQ' and his 'poor patient' ML

•MC has no self-respect and a complete masochistic simp, ML is a sadistic, yandere, sociopath who's an extreme butt-f*cking machine that's gets off of breaking MC's bones and carving his name in his body.

P.S I only read the last chapter because I thought the ML would even get a bit of redemption or the MC would recover one fourth of the braincells he lost and finally snap out of it and just commit suicide but meh, nothing happened. The ONE STAR is solely for the translation group who did an excellent job!

Btw, The synapsis is true guys. 'In the end-none of us could save anybody...' NOT EVEN THE F*CKING READER'S LOST BRAIN CELLS!

AAAAA (ノ`Д´) ノ彡┻━┻ <<less
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Justarandomnoone
Justarandomnoone rated it
November 30, 2017
Status: c34
First of all, don't read this novel if you're looking for a sweet, fluffy love story. The novel is pretty twisted and the main lead is basically a yandere. I like this novel, because of the struggles between the main character and the main lead. The story is pretty deep as well. You should read this if you like yanderes. If you don't like it, just don't read it. No need to give it bad ratings. I might change the rating later, but for now I'm leaving as it is... more>> to balance out the negative ratings. <<less
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Devil Heart
Devil Heart rated it
April 7, 2018
Status: c88
Damn I'm crying so much.. I mean.. Who won't honestly? Peoples who can read this novel from beginning until the end deserve an award including me. One thing that drive me to the present chapter probably I look forward to different ending. Even though that ending still a twisted love ending but at least voluntary from the captived part. Another is probably I feel frustrated to the MC's lack of explanation and ML's lack of patience, I always wonder what happened if MC answered ML questions this way or that... more>> way maybe it brings out a different ending? Instead of push ML away, what if he accepts him from the beginning.. What if he told ML he loves him from the beginning, what if he just let ML do whatever he wants from him cause as you know the more he disobedience the more he feels want to torture you.. ML is really selfish he only think about how scared he was MC leaving him but yet does he ever think about MC's pain? One more thing if ML said his mother hurt him cause she love him why can't MC tell him that what his mother did wasn't love it never will!! I feel like the grave mistake MC ever did was when he told ML his mother hurt, torture, lock him in dark room cause she loves him.. I'm like whaaaattt??!! He should have tell him the truth and promise him he will show a greater love than his mother or maybe he could say what his mother did is only 50% love while I will showed you my 100% love that is you need to treat person you loved kindly, tresurely, lovingly.. MC.. Dug is own grave honestly I feel like that is a death flag like no other MC affect ML a lot more that's why after he said that I feel like only storms coming ML will forever believe violence=love <<less
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simino
simino rated it
August 8, 2017
Status: c17
The story starts out at the end. From the very beginning you know the sick direction this story is headed. And personally I love it. The author brings great depth to the characters, and if emotional torture is your thing, the author will make you feel enough of it to satisfy you throughout the story.

Not for the faint of heart. Bring a tissue box or a pillow to cry into.
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B2j
B2j rated it
April 26, 2018
Status: c49
This is the embodiment of a true yandere. Not those lackluster characters that only threaten with words... yanderes are willing to hurt their love to get what they want. In the end, they are selfish and self centered. Never forget that.
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Shigure Hakuya
Shigure Hakuya rated it
April 11, 2018
Status: c86
Ugh, though it's not the first time I want an MC to die, but this story really just makes you wish for a main character to immediately end his/her life.

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Also that guy from Hong Kong gives me the creeps. He even went so far as to kidnap MC like that!

I clearly sympathise with the MC, regarding that ML didn't even gave him a chance to explain this and just directly rendered his crippled. (It makes me want to go into this novel and slap the hell out off him, though I immediately though that I'd be dead meat if that happened, sigh.)

The moments between MC and his dog really make me feel light-hearted, though after this is I'll remember that this is a freaking dark and sickly tyrannical novel.

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Overall, you can't help but anticipate the next scenes to come as the scenes will render you to the edge of your seat.

A good novel for ones that needs novels that is psychological with a twist of BL. This novel is just full of mentally-ill people and you can't help but want for more fluff scenes. <<less
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Jass
Jass rated it
February 12, 2018
Status: --
Don't like it when the uke acts all naive and s*upid, but you want the ML to be neigh abusive to him? This novel is perfect for you, because the MC has decent IQ and all the abuse he's put through is not because he wanted it in the first place, but because the ML is so f*cked up he r*ped, kidnapped him and spouted out all the good, cheerful things that trigger stockholme syndrome. Bonus, he gets into this sh*t 2 f*cking times by 2 f*cked up male leads.... more>> Seriously the story is basically the MC suffers even though he tries to struggle, even when he tries to accept his fate and cope. Literally no god damn ass happy ending for him unless he dies.

It's so f*cking depressing, both male leads are a**holes towards the MC, its hard to even say which one is the greater evil. But if you enjoy the MC going through a sh*t load of torture, this is for you!

(more of my opinions in here)
Spoiler

Oof, this is pretty grim. There is a lot triggering things. The story involves the MC being kidnapped, r*ped and abused by the male lead. It doesn't dare try to romanticize this - the situations the MC goes through because of his 'boyfriend' are horrific, and utterly saddening. There are some cute moments around them but it's quite clear even in those that the male lead has incredibly low empathy and that the majority of the time he disregards the MC's feelings. It's very tragic, as all the of the cast has some sort of trauma with depth as their backstory, MC included. Do not expect a happy ending for this novel, the best possible scenario where the MC gets a happy ending is when he breaths his last breath.

Do not treat this as some random garbage yaoi novel that's only written to fetisize the situation. It's much more than that.

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Zigenbunny
Zigenbunny rated it
September 23, 2020
Status: Completed
The characters in this novel were restricted by the author's lack of knowledge in psychology. They tried to make something deep and dark but fell short with just dark. I'm just glad that the chapters are actually super short because this story was a trainwreck but not in a good way. What the characters feel/think is contradictory to what they do.

A lot of people seem to misunderstand this part so let me make it clear that the MC is NOT a psychologist. He was randomly given a job as a... more>> mental health advisor for elementary school kids by his rapist no less. I don't remember if his actual major/studies were ever mentioned.

meowm's review is pretty on point but do have spoilers. <<less
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Samoubyt
Samoubyt rated it
January 25, 2019
Status: --
First things first, I stopped halfway through.

This story would be more enjoyable if the MC wasn’t so... accepting. Even before it became worse.

Spoilers maybe, idk what counts.

... more>> MC clearly shouldn’t have been a psychologist because he can’t even recognize Stockholm syndrome, even when it (literally) hits him in the face.

He also knew ML was messed up, and still allowed him to get closer. Sorry sweety, you’re not the MC of a BL romance novel. Your love won’t magically reform this psycho demon into a loyal harmless puppy.

Also, the suffering he should be feeling just really feels casual sometimes.

Not enough mental torment or resentment either. There was only 1 good scene... -sigh- So much pain, yet not enough fear of the ML.

Though the brainwashing from the ML cronies was pretty obvious.

Guy: You must understand, he’s been abused and traumatized his whole life!

MC: I understand. I’m also being abused and traumatized right now. <<less
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Blubeagle
Blubeagle
April 20, 2021
Status: Completed
This is NOT a comfortable novel with nice, easy going personalities. This is a tale of many, many messed up people, the gong and the shou, especially. It is easy to say that they don't love each other, but I don't see it that way. They understood each other the best they could, given the circumstances and their personalities. The shou is not right from the get go and I think that they were both parasites in personality and society. The way the scenario plays out, it is easy to... more>> see that they are two peas in a pod. Even when their relationship started becoming more sexual and they started understanding the situations a little better, they are still very much like two peas in a pod, though extreme two peas in a pod.

Stockholm Syndrome and Lima Syndrome were in full effect, here.

About the time the story started going darker, it was beginning to be too much. Both of their minds were snapped by that point and the crap they do to each other was just plain bullshit!

One needed to be ruthless, one needed to be loved, and neither was equipped. I think that's the true crime of the story: If they weren't so mentally and emotionally messed up, I think they could have worked! And that stepfather thing was just--damn creepy--

I will never figure out why some authors who write stories like this feel compelled to tag on a happy ending! I wanted to watch what they would do to each other, and for each other in the name of this so-called 'love.' If it had ended with them murdering each other, I would have applauded wildly, but at the same time, what the author wrote made me feel as if they were lovestruck, destructive first-love teenagers, despite their ages. And what kind of person takes on a case like that just out the shoot!

Bullshit! Both were batsh*t insane.

Good god! I loved it, despite wanting to chuck sharp things at the two.

Frustrating as hell read. <<less
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shooting_star
shooting_star rated it
November 21, 2020
Status: Completed
Well, I don't like this much of dark theme but this novel just conveyed what can or could be called as realistic. It shows you that sometimes love ISN'T all that pink bubbles stuff, it can be destroying. When you are f*cked up to the point of losing it, you won't want to believe such an illusionary thing such as true love. Like when fate plays with you in every single possible way, when you have experienced every ugly side of society, you won't believe that a good thing such... more>> as love exists, but because of momentary satisfaction and happiness, you will be attracted to the word 'love' like a moth to flame. you will want to achieve that short lived satisfaction on the expense of more insecurity, you would want to keep it for you even if your object of affection or you yourself are destroyed. This type of morbid love isn't conveyed to see your object happy, it is for yourself, for your own momentary happiness. Like how can you ensure other's happiness when you yourself are trying to stay sane with great difficulty.

So nor do I blame ML for being inconsiderate in the most extreme way, nor do I blame MC for behaving like a doormat. It's the attraction, infatuation, sickness, morbidity that compels them to behave that way..... They are just suffering souls who don't even know how to properly love cuz, they CAN'T even fix themselves, so they aren't even in position to consider more. Their only thoughts are "how to keep this happiness for a little longer" or "Nobody understands me. He also won't."

We can't expect anything like 'proper love' from these extremely broken main characters.... The way this novel is depicted is truly in sense with what they would consider conveying their affections.

So in fact, the only comforting thing while I was reading this was that it's a novel, just a novel.... Yeah, it's just a novel... nothing more than that!!!! <<less
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OtakuMaiden
OtakuMaiden rated it
August 1, 2020
Status: --
Sickly Tyrannical is the very book that I would love to read over and over again. Although it brings me pain and I've shed tears, compared to YunSheng and CanSheng's sufferings and pain they give to each other, mine are trivial. I was incredibly thankful that I continued reading it and did not accept that death is the only way for YunSheng to attain his freedom. I'm glad that I continued reading instead of stopping and had accepted that he's dead. Because I know that even if he's dead, CanSheng... more>> won't let go of his body. His abnormal possessiveness and obssession will not let death be the end of their relationship. CanSheng is definitely the type who will rather freeze and preserve YunSheng's body in a glass rather than bury him six feet under the ground. I think I fell in love even more because of the author's note at the end. Ahead of CanSheng and YunSheng is a thorny road paved by CanSheng's violent love and YunSheng's acceptance and forgiveness that will continue to hurt each of them but at the same time will make them stronger. <<less
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XiaoHuang
XiaoHuang rated it
June 28, 2020
Status: extra 2
IDK about others but I really think this one is a masterpiece. This novel made me feel exhausted mentally and physically (and maybe spiritually). I fell too deep and it made me feel hopeless. Overall a worth reading novel.
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Aachiin0914
Aachiin0914 rated it
April 25, 2020
Status: Completed
。:゚ (;´∩`;) ゚:。

This one is the best. s*x or not it was entirely an art.

Oh my~

... more>> The way they narated their emotion trully strucked me hard.

(。ノω\。)

I've read many novels like this before but they always kind off turn me off.

Because, it's always ML who likes the MC. ML always do any means to imprisoned MC. But, men~ I don't see what, or how ML fall in love with an MC who likes to always contradict him...

But this novel...

✧ (>o<) ノ✧ super~

Who can feel mc's charm

He loves ml, and baceause of that he is willing to compromise. He just wants a little freedom, because he likes the sun, which is why the ML locks him up.

You can tel, MC psychological struggles, and how he decides everything.

His a psychologist, maybe that's why he carried it all the way until the end.

I love everything in this novel.

But you will surely suffers from excessive crying.

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JohnnyCakes
JohnnyCakes rated it
April 4, 2019
Status: Completed
Wow. I’m fine with all that violence and triggering stuff. I just hate how it goes. I would give it a much lower score, but it was enjoying to read and I’m glad it was made.

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I really dislike the ending. Although it is labelled a “happy ending” I think it is more of a bad ending. CanSheng doesn’t learn and YunSheng keeps suffering. I think it would’ve been better if YunSheng actually died, and CanSheng realised his mistakes. Oh well.

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despite all that, it was an interesting read, a bit different from the usual rebirth novels. It’s so frustrating and painful seeing all the things YunSheng goes through.

It kind of reminds me of “Gaze at the Scenes of Debauchery” which I highly recommend you read!

but yes. I still dislike this book. <<less
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J
J rated it
November 29, 2017
Status: c3
this story wants to be taken seriously. It gives you an overly dramatic premise - and while this might work with other authors, this one apparently didn't do a lot of research. Suspension of disbelief-wise. Nah.

plus, a bad portrayal of mental illness which further promotes and romanticizes stereotypes. Anyway, if you're gonna write about a violent deranged person (which in reality is a very rare case), you better do it as excellent as silence of the lambs or something.

other stories taken up by this group though, I give a thumbs... more>> up. Which is probably why this one feels like a disappointment. <<less
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