Space and Rebirth: The Favored Genius Doctor and Businesswoman


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In her past life, she had no one to rely on and died alone in jail.

But now, she has been reborn, given a second chance.

Got an heirloom.
Activated a mystical Space Dimension.
Studied medicine and became a genius doctor.
Opened a clinic.
Founded a company.
Bought a house and land.
Found her blood relatives.
Her worth became higher and higher.
Her fan club became bigger and bigger.

“Young master, the Zhao family’s young master faked an illness and went to future young miss’s place for treatment. . .” said a servant.

“Break his legs! Fail his organs! A fake illness? I’ll make him sick completely!” A man said.

“Yes! But young master. . . what are you doing?” The servant said, confused.

The man finished swallowing a bunch of expired pills and said, “I’m sick, gotta go find my wife for some treatment!”

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Không gian trùng sinh: Thịnh sủng thần y thương nữ
Reborn In Space: Pampering The Genius Doctor And Businesswoman
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Czarinananana rated it
April 18, 2017
Status: Completed

If you're expecting a realistic story just because they put that Modern day Tag, then I'll be breaking the news my friends, they didn't put that Fantasy tag for nothing. For me, it's your typical reincarnation story. Not transmigration (same world).

The drama revolves around the people around her mostly and not on our MC's life because she's quite cold and dense because of her past experience, anyways not really much drama all in all.

The Romance here is REALLY SLOW so if you are expecting FAST PACED ROMANCE THEN HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU NOT. The FMC is like I said, dense. The romance s thankfully here all thanks to our MMC who tries and tries until he dies (almost in one accident) and his buddies who shows emphasis to the guy's fondness of her by calling the girl Sister-in-law. NOT TO MENTION The kiss scenes are not even detailed. ToT don't start dreaming just because you see that adult tag. Reality will slap you in the face like a fuking third party bit*h in your relationship with fantasy.
The male MC is called Li Shao Yun or as our FMC calls him Xiao Yun is a typical male lead who is cunning, smart, strong, handsome AF, and an ovbi virgin boi. For short, the perfect man. He did not fell in love with our fMC at first sight but he developed his feeling for our girl because our girl was a perfect woman and would obvi be a hot guy magnet. He appears when our FMC needs help (more like HIM) most which made our female lead reconsider him and gives him a chance (which was a "FINALLY" MOMENT especially for me because I'm a sucker for a good romance and Clean guys.) .
Our female MC is Jing YunZhao or as our male MC (and her raven) calls her A Zhao~ is our typical female lead who's perfect and cold. She's a member of the typical "as long as you don't stand in my way/ offend me/ hit my bottom line then we're cool, if not then die". She does have Quite a lot of friends (for a cold and introvert typical fmc) but her obvi BFF is XHQ.
The bad perps or the antagonistsssssssssssssssssssssssss (there are a LOT but not like they live their lives happily for long) here are 50/50 some are 2D while some are 3D even 4D b*tches which is good in blending in with the story.

Over all, I know my descriptions are not the best and presentable but trust me when I say that the chemistry of those things are good. Even after all of those downer things I've mentioned the story will hook you as it circle in a fantasy-mysteryISH kind of plot that's exciting and not boring. Anyways, I planned to give my review like in the very very end but I can't stop myself I needed to share these things. I'm going to continue reading now. Enjoy reading. ≪3

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Action rated it
March 27, 2017
Status: c1428
This is one of my favorites! I love so many things about this and I'm so happy a translator picked it up. This novel is a breath of fresh air compared to all the repetitive genius transmigration xianxia novels.
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Since the summary is vague: This novel is about Jing Yunzhao, a studious girl who suffered at the hands of her foster family, who picked her off the streets. She was forced to run the household and take on multiple jobs while suffering from the lecherous hands of her father. In the end, her foster sister framed her for murder and she spent the rest of her life withering away in prison. She thought she died. Instead, she traveled back in time to her high school years. Armed with a mysterious time-dilating space and a slate of otherworldly medical knowledge, this time life would be different. She will become break free from her foster family, find friends for life, form a business empire, and fall in love. Through all this, her past inevitably catches up with her. Who are her real parents? What is her real identity? What exactly happened that one day, 15 years ago? What is the history of the jade piece hung around her neck since birth? She'll have to unravel her past to find the answers.

What makes this novel unique, are the depth of the characters' backstories. It makes the cast seem that much more real. Also, you don't get to see many stories set in modern day.
The romance is cute but slow, and I wish there was more of it.
The start is excellent, the middle part of the book dragged a little, but the ending was incredibly satisfying. It was amazing to see the author piece all the parts of the puzzle together. It's that same rush you get when Sherlock Holmes wraps up the mystery.
I loved seeing the character development of the main character. It was so touching to see her go from someone closed off to the world, to someone having friends and family. It's hard not to like her. She's humble, hardworking, and loyal. I also love how the author didn't make her a prodigy. Yes, she's clever and all. But the author never deemphasizes the amount of time she put in to acquire her boundless medical knowledge or other skills.
I love how it takes the barebone "strong reborn xianxia protagonist" story and spins it, adding elements of fantasy, medicine, business, and mystery--all set in the modern day world.
Also, the overarching plot is done incredibly well. Clues are slowly dropped throughout the novel and you can definitely tell that the author planned it since the start. This book has one of the most well-planned endings among this genre.

Now I'm gonna get back to rereading it. <<less
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Flying Jade rated it
September 22, 2019
Status: c3
If you want to read this book, it's best to tune down your IQ.

Or better yet, imagine that this is based in a different universe. In a modern era where society is gullible and nosy, people are obsessive and wicked (except the MC and her friends). Schools don't work the way they should, the teachers are basically cardboard paper, discipline is sided on the protagonist, and violent outbursts are a criminal act except you are the MC and her gang.

Here, doctors are pompous, quack scholars; orthodox medicine is poison; sicknesses... more>> can be diagonsed from a single look; herbal remedies are the cure-it-all, and unorthodox, untested medicine is the Pinnacle of life. Expect to see a teenager pull out a recipe and people immediately know it is the cure they have been searching for and "doctors" recommending without due procedure. Both the orthodox and unorthodox medical practitioners are just silly.

The faceslapping is overdone and 9 out of 10 times, the confrontations can be avoided with common sense as small as a mustard seed. Poverty, incarceration and/or extreme disgrace are the only ways out for enemies, there is no repentance. And the MC (and author) won't hesitate to resort to lower criminal acts to get back at others.

From the second chapter, plotholes start popping up [statements slightly contradictory to earlier chapter (s) ]. The timeline of events in her past life is a little sketchy and there are places it fails to mesh into the present life. That aside, in her personality, actions, dialogues, plans, holes are everywhere like a block of cheese!

Sigh, nevertheless, once you can get past all these, the storytelling and unraveling of events are interesting enough to keep you turning the pages. <<less
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Cryarc rated it
January 6, 2019
Status: c653
I'll have to say this is entertaining, albeit not in the proper way. It's so bad that it's good. The first arc is properly done, but on the next arcs you'll realize it's full of plot holes, repetitive plot+characters, etc. It's so ridiculously dramatic that it's surprisingly funny/entertaining to read, but as a proper novel I think it's bad. If you can turn off your brain completely and enjoying ruthless female MC who curbstomp everyone who opposes her, it's probably a 5/5, but if you still used your brain logically... more>> you'll find it laughably bad.

Continuous face slap story. This is the most appropriate way to describe this series. All of the arcs consisted of introducing a set of seemingly good characters but the author then slowly revealing that they're all actually evil, in the end the MC face slaps them all the way until their demise and we'll never remember them again later. Some even didn't actually tried to harm her and she just found them as annoyance so she face slaps them and trying to prove that she's the one who always have the higher moral ground by preaching them like a saint.

The amount of drama is way over the top, it's as if every single human in that world which not included in the MC's gang is all evil and actively trying to harm her and her gang. Everyone which clearly not classified as her friend will found an irresistible urge to bully her the moment they met, it's like they are alive solely to think of harming the MC. Even when it's somebody who never met the MC for years, they can accidentaly spot her in a crowds then suddenly have the urge to randomly provoking her. They all acts completely the same, just with different names. For one or two arcs it might be fine, but for dozens of arcs after that you'll just see the same recycled personality for the cannon fodders the moment the previous cannon fodder died. Even just by bumping your shoulder towards the MC/having slightly different opinions than her, you risked to get your whole life in jeopardy. It's to the point I'm rooting more to the villains since they actually got tortured/bullied way more than the MC's gang, the author designed them to be so evil that made them feels not like an actual people but just a victim of the author's plot device. Yeah those evil villains deserved their comeuppance, but do the author have to deliberately made almost everyone so villainous? It's like the author tried to express that everyone you met is actually evil, the society is only full of sickening bastards who don't have rights to live. I will believe it if the author stopped the story right after the first few villains got defeated, but the amount of villains throwing themself to the MC is just too much it seems the author didn't know when to stop her story.

About the healthcare parts, it's shallow and misleading, the author didn't even try to make it believeable. It's just like whatever the MC does in the story will absolutely cure the patients with bogus reasoning. The author always tell us that western and eastern healthcare method basically have it's own good and bad part so no particular method is more superior than the other, but then the author proceeds with introducing all western medical practitioners as corrupt, inept, rude, jealous of eastern practitioners while discriminating and trying to sabotage them all the time, showing that her eastern medicine is much better than theirs etc. The bias is so blatant here, that eastern medical practitioners can heal all the diseases that western cannot, western method is full of dangers, ineffective etc. It tried so hard to make eastern medicine as the ultimate path it made me rolls my eyes. If the author sincerely tried to express both way as equal, why being so hypocritical and trying to discriminate against the other one? To top it off, the MC used her medical knowledge to torture her victim instead (she even implicated innocent victims for a part of her schemes), so ethical of a supossed genious doctor revered for saving people's life. Other people is punished to the oblivion for having a dark side on them while the MC can walk away scot free. <<less
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ludagad rated it
May 18, 2017
Status: c500
Can't believe I forgot to rate and review this! I fell in love with the novel from chapter 1 and then I had to keep reading the raws and I couldn't stop. Simply because of this, it's a 5 star for me. I know I'm not being very objective. Who is anyway?

The MC, while I wouldn't call her vicious, is very meticulous and plans ahead. She doesn't let anyone push her around or bully her. She's had enough of that her previous life, so this life she retaliates when someone... more>> tries to step on her neck. I like that she's cold and smart, that's basically the type I go for in a female lead. Her revenges can get hard to stomach though, and I think it's because we're presented the revenge parts from the point of view of the antagonists. A lot of times I felt it was too suffocating and even found them pitiful. But a lot of times they push against her bottom line so hard that they deserve what they get back. So I don't really pity them, but I wish the revenge wasn't spread over several chapters with so much detail. I'd be fine if I just knew the end result. That's merely my personal opinion on it though, I'm certain others may enjoy it better. (Strangely enough, I can enjoy horrors and slasher flicks just fine, so I have no idea why I felt so squeamish here...) If you're faint-hearted, take this as your warning.

The romance is not too prominent in this novel. It really concentrates more on the MC's growth, development, and revenge. Though the ML does appear from time to time and he's absolutely as dreamy as you'd expect. The MC's love life is only the spice in this novel, not the main dish, so keep that in mind. I found it highly entertaining and interesting regardless, and I'm mostly interested in romance stories. It's a very addictive read. <<less
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jellybeanhater rated it
May 15, 2018
Status: c59
This seems like the typical shameless rebirth, self-insert story with the same old cliched Mary Sue type character who is an all rounder in everything with OUTSTANDING LOOKS/ SMARTS/ TALENT and a cheat space from her genius ancestor. Once she is reborn, she goes through the motions where she SHOCKS everyone around with her new personality, gaining friends, money, a good reputation and surprise surprise all of her former enemies just get comeuppances where everything goes her way. TBH, its the writing that irritates me more than the story line;... more>> The MC is irritatingly dull and things are repeated over and over, pacing is slow and if I read anymore of this, I think my eyes will roll to the back of my head from my frustration. <<less
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DOHere rated it
March 31, 2017
Status: Completed
My first Chinese novel that is modern.

I really recommend it if you like reincarnation/transmigration novels, but they're starting to become repetitive. Thankfully it's not about fighting. Reading 10 chapters about some s*upid fight with a spiritual beast and all that is starting to become so not fun and boring.

Edit: After finishing the book I gotta say I was a bit disappointed. By nothing in particular, just that I was expecting more.

I saw a comment that said there isn't much drama. I utterly disagree. THERE IS SO MUCH DRAMA. We have... more>> at most a chapter of peace at a time and then we'll definitely get some dog blood drama in the next one. This novel gives you no time to relax and just keeps on raising your blood pressure from chapter to chapter.

The first 300 chapters were still nice and tame. But after that, things started getting serious real quick. So much drama, so much MURDER. The MC, Jing Yungzhao was too vicious for my taste to be honest. Also, very cold. All in all, I couldn't empathise with her at all. Against her enemies, she had the exact same means as the villains themselves. The characters are ridiculous and too 2D, either they're good or they're bad.

all of the main characters fall into the gray (to black) zone. MC and ML fit each other, because they're both morally skewered. But I personally don't like them. The romance was just a sub-plot and I couldn't feel their love. Idk how to explain it, it's like the romance appears in a show-off kinda way, no fluffiness.

Indeed, as the other reviewers said, we didn't get any closure for the other characters and don't know how they ended up. Even her own story was just ended abruptly with her wedding being explained in a few sentences and boom... the end. It's as if the author can't write any happy scenes. If you're looking for something that has a clear cut conclusion and warms your soul, makes you smile or laugh, this is none of these.

My character list:


Huaning county, Ning town

Jing Yunzhao (15) ❤
- died at 25, went back in time 10 years
- number 1 in grades, given a large sum of scholarship money, money taken by her family
- pretty and tall
Jing He (300) ♥ - her ancestor, in another world, he was a talented doctor, a fragment of his spirit lives in her jade space
Xiao Lan - blue spiritual Medicine Bug king from her space

Li ShaoYun (~24-25) ❤
- slightly curved peach blossom eyes, very handsome and elegant, looked even better than a woman
- in charge of Xiang Hai Restaurant, owns a hotel
Du Lin - his mother passed away early, restaurant owner

Gan Songbai ♥ - eastern doctor, old, mc's adoptive grandpa
Su Chu (15) ♥ - his granddaughter, very pretty, small
Gan Jinchen (16) - his grandson, same grade as MC, because he repeated a grade, pretty good-looking

Xiao HaiQing ♥ - PE representative, smart, but focuses on sports, rich family

Bai Yu An ♥ - graduated from a famous school, originally working in the capital; his ordinary parents both living in their hometown of Ning Xiang Town, his ex-wife cheated on him with his boss

Tang - Ning City's richest man
Tang Zihua - his grandson, sickly
He JiaSi ꐦ - a rich daughter from Ning City

Ji Dayong - the class president. This student looked robust, slightly on the chubby side, but his appearance was still quite good- looking, Teacher Ji's nephew
Lu Jia (15) ꐦ - Qiao Hongye's friend, ugly
Jiang Xia ꐦ - mc's class' monitor, had the 5th-highest grade of the class, also on the basketball team, pretty good looking
Ye Qing (15) ꐦ - pretty and her grades were the 2nd-highest of the class
Yang Tiantian
Zhang Hao & Dong Yi - Qiao Hongye's ex-followers
Jin (28-29) ♡ - homeroom teacher, looked bright and intelligent with her glasses and short hair

Qiao Weimin (>40) ╬ - mc's step-father, was a looker when he was young, isn't rich
Ye Qin ꐦ ☠ - mc's step-mother, found MC when she was a baby, liver cancer
Qiao Hongye ╬ - girl, number 2 in grades
Qiao Zizhou - boy, bad grades

Shop owner Liu ♡

Grandpa Xu (~60)
Xing Yuan

Cao Xing - common face, ear studs and his mop of blonde hair
Flower Thief (~30)
Hua Zei - mc's spy

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Kiryl rated it
January 1, 2019
Status: c127
This novel about a genius doctor focuses far more on her getting revenge on people than her using her abilities to help people. My biggest problem with this is that she does nearly as despicable things to them as they did to her in the first place.

I somehow also dislike how the background characters are described (the public), it seems like they have a constant need to bully someone, and they are far too easily manipulated by rumors. For them, it is not enough that when there are some bad... more>> rumors about a person to just not get involved with that person or keep away from them. They have to treat them harshly and bully them whatever the rumors are true or not. This happened to the protagonist in her first life (and start of second life) so of course, she makes it happen to the enemies responsible for these rumors in her second life. If I remember correctly she even gets a gang to sexually harass her cousin the same way she was in her first life (I don't quite remember the details about that one). I could maybe forgive this to some degree if the author didn't love to describe the victims suffering in such detail (it goes on and on).

That said, the medicine stuff is good when it is there, it was fun to read about how she got away from the horrible situation she started from, but the things I mentioned above gets really dull, and they just take up so much of the damn story. <<less
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Narutolvr rated it
August 11, 2019
Status: Completed
I was honestly torn over what score to give this novel. Objectively, this novel really wasn't good (especially once it got to her going off to college). It just got so... extra lol. Most of this novel revolves around dealing with bad people/villains which of course means you have to create villains to face slap, often times out of nowhere. And boy does this novel make them out of nowhere! Side note: I think it's actually a good thing that the novel focused so much on villains and not her... more>> career because the medicine in this was atrocious. Apparently, any sort of regulation, research, testing, etc. is what hacks do- real doctors blindly trust a crumpled slip of paper a teenager pulls out of her pocket! Now back to your regularly scheduled review:

Villains popping up left and right for no apparent reason; somehow anyone who doesn't like her off the bat (and who she doesn't love right back) ends up being pure evil and basically one minor annoyance away from murder. Whatever happened to two reasonable people who don't particularly like each other being civil in public and then just never speak again after college lol? I'm literally not kidding when I say if you're not a friend (fan) of the MC, you're an enemy, no middle ground.


First case: her cousin or whatever who got a job as a bar girl who fantasized about being discovered and pursued by a handsome rich playboy. Initially her arc just starts out with her being a teenage girl with strong enough fantasies bordering on delusion. Only, the man she takes a liking to is the ML. *cue thundercrack*

Now any normal novel would have her and the MC have a minor falling out, leading to them not speaking for years (or never) after she gets rejected by the ML. Not this novel. Instead, we see the girl fall deeper and deeper into delusion, committing multiple crimes to separate the FL and her boyfriend, prostituting herself, falling into drugs (maybe? I'm not too clear on this), eventually reaching the point where she murders her own husband.


Second example:

Some guy in college likes her, but she has her ML so she's not interested. End of story. Haha jk- nope. He starts lying about them having a relationship, gets caught up in his lies, starts stalking her even after getting beat up multiple times. At this point I'm fuzzy on the details since he's like the 15th person who goes from normal to unreasonably insane, but I think he nearly commits a crime and ends up getting kicked out of school, future ruined. All from a crush that would have been pretty easily resolved.


Extreme, right? That's literally how every arc with a new "villain" goes. The person can start out as the most moderately mean or even just ambivalent person and somehow they devolve into a psychopath on a crime spree whose only outcome is death or jail.

Now we get to the difficult part; despite all its flaws, for some reason I just can't help but like this novel. It's so overdone and dramatic but I could not stop reading. Overall, I recommend this novel if you love to see villains get their comeuppance because that's 90% of this novel. 7% is her advancing her career, 2% is romance, and 1% is the stuff that goes in between. So it's face-slapping you're after, this is your novel! <<less
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Fathom rated it
May 7, 2017
Status: c30
This novel is more like a xianxian type of novel. MC is basically OP in every field out there. Martial arts, pharmacy, medical knowledge, calligraphy, and etc. There's nothing she's not OP in if she puts her mind to it.

Similar to "Legendary Master's Wife", the MC finds out the jade amulet she grew up with is a dimensional space that she can farm in. It is 5x the standard time outside. Inside is not just ultimate farming soil and water, but also books on martial arts and pharmacy/medical knowledge from... more>> her ancient ancestor.

The story is basically a do-over story. She originally died around 20 years old in an extremely pitiful way. After her rebirth, she's 14 years old, and still remembers her previous miserable life. With the knowledge of the immediate future and her new OP skills from her jade amulet, things start turning around. She becomes the ultimate business woman, martial artists, winery creator, tea owner, and etc.

I have to say of all the female lead stories, this MC is probably the most vicious one yet. She really plans long term vengeance in the most cruel methods.

All the action is quite interesting, but the weakness in the story is the romance. There's barely any action between the main couple. In the beginning it's because the MC is 14 years old, and the male lead is 9 years older. So nothing really starts until she's almost 18 years old. However, whether it's before 18 or after 18 years old, there's not much screen time for them at all. Even the epilogue is just a brief summary after an anticlimactic end for the last of her enemies.

Overall, an interesting story, I just wish it was more romantic. <<less
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May 6, 2017
Status: Completed
My impression on this novel were :

  • Good story, tho feels quite dull at the end, I feel the author kinda rushing to end it ;
  • The MC's gotta lot of persues, in the bad way, but all is ended with a kinda same end. Either die, bankrupt, jailed or missing;
  • Her arch enemies really persistent to harm her ever since the novel began, but she still ended with an extra hole in the head;
    • Her achievement when defeating her enemies troops and rule 'em over as their New boss and make 'em work for her Companies;
    • Backlog stories of her parent is so sad, way too few T^T;
    • Male Lead's families is quite questionable on their head and attitude, except the grandpa;
    • No one from her Maternal families except her youngest uncle who seeing her mom remaining;
    • Her best friend have a secret relationship with her youngest uncle despite the differ of 20+ YO;
    • There's no more story 'bout her other best friends (love's) life since her B-Day party except from Xiao's;
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Arrange rated it
January 27, 2018
Status: c1000
Ahhh! The story is 11/10! 6/5! I. Love. It.

The MC face-smacking are just sooo satisfying!

But the ML has a very short appearance in those 100 chapters, like just 2 chp.

... more>> Then they even dropped this... Ahhhhh! The sadness!

Edit: I MTL-ed the novel in the end.

I think that to read this novel one must tune down their IQ a bit. I'm personally fond of these novel because I kinda like mindless face-slapping, but that's for me. This novel is the kind I'll re-read sometimes when I get bored. But as I said before, tone down some IQ and common sense if I may add.

The story is no way forgiving towards evildoers. Even simple third-rated villain/ess won't get spared by the author. (Some of them have a rightfully justification, others, kinda extreme. But I can't even say that the author exaggerated their personality or reaction when we have people like Karen in real life.)

Let me just say that sh*t gets dark in some arcs. You do question the morality of some decisions. Although abiding by the law of justice, we survive through the law of the jungle. Also MC's bestie, that lovely tomboy, sure has a shitty family. I won't spoil much, but that was one of the hardest part to read through.

I understand that most MC need to become cold-blooded because a merciful heart can only hinder them. (The only novel I saw going against this concept was "Hello Mr. King")

It's kinda stifling sometimes, but the revenge is more satisfying this way. <<less
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RannSy rated it
July 13, 2017
Status: Completed
Reviewing this right after I finished the raws. Honestly, this is one of the best stories I've ever read.

... more>>

The characters' personality, background and past were delved so beautifully in the story. How the author mapped the relationship of each characters especially the union of different antagonists at the end of the story were really good. Even though it was a bit cliche, the author successfully solidified the story making it more attractive to read. Oh! I was also excited because this transmigration novel is set at the modern era. It was quite a good change actually. The romance, though a bit slow, was created in a good foundation. But the author could have put their skinship interactions in detail! I mean even the bridal night wasn't detailed at all. I'm happy for her bestfriend and second uncle being together that I wished they had shown another sweet interactions but the sadly it ended. There were some loose ends though. I wonder what happened to the respective lovelife of her dorm friends? I even wanna know if the nouveau riche friend that had a crush on ML's co-soldier slash friend slash brother and her other friend that was in love with Du Lin!!


Anyways, it was a really great read! I'm happy that it wasn't really that long because reading thousand chapters takes me one to two days to read. I just wish more side stories of her friends' romance!! <<less
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solomaize rated it
May 6, 2017
Status: c47
I like this novel! I'm into the travel back to the past/ revenge/ black belly miss/ medical genius theme. But this is the first one I have read that's set in modern times. She even has a space system (drools). The translators and translations are great and I hope they will keep at it till the very end.
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Su Jin
Su Jin
October 22, 2020
Status: c498
I can't understand the problem with those stories where the MC is an orphan and everyone condemns the poor girl. As if the protagonist for not having a family made her something inferior to a human being. It makes me nervous.

People commented, she has a lot of friendships which is really cool. Friendships did not start with "from now on I will be your bestfriend ", ... more>>

We have some exceptions like Su Chu

. Friendships some start with friction, others with surprise, just like IRL

Building relationships is very realistic. In fact, several aspects are very real. Like the gradual manipulation of spouses, the social network, etc. The level of favoritism or ignorance sometimes irritated me I don't understand how someone abandons morality and simply for profit or benefit treats the lives of others like grass. FL's skills are only fantasized by the jade necklace and the instant absorption of knowledge. That was what she always said and used to say that she worked hard. And I'm not going to level up out of nowhere. Right from the beginning she admits that she knew nothing about medicine but ended up falling in love with the influences. Just like a teenager experiencing the world falls in love with a trade.

History has several female protagonists, the male are either old or scum...

Again, we have exceptions. Like Cui Jun who dies later, an example of an a**hole. Ja Tang Zihua, Gan Jinchen, Li Shayoan and Huai Bai are good characters

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solyana116 rated it
November 24, 2018
Status: c116
This book!! So satisfying, ah...

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Space and Rebirth truly reminds me of Malicious Empress. The characters aren't shallow 2D fodder, which is refreshing.

Our MC, Jing Yun Zhao, is the re-birthed superwoman package - beauty, brains, guns, indifference, money - she's got them. Every action she does has a reason, whether it be from her tragic past or from her current observations, she is always prepared with evidence to back herself. JYZ has good judgement, helping those who need it


like Ye Qing's mother


Call me a sad*st - I really enjoy how she baits people and then traps them hahaha.

ML, Li Shao Yun, he's got it all as well, and on top of that he's a pretty funny guy. I like how it's not instant love when he meets MC. He was described in a way that wasn't typical of a ML, - just a good-looking restaurant owner, but at the same time you could tell he was going to be ML, even though their interactions were so ordinary. So far I've only seen him appear three times at this point - chapter 116, so I can not say much about him. I am looking forward to seeing more of his future interactions with our girl.

Some readers may think it is slow paced, however I am quite pleased with the pace of the novel. Nothing is too rushed and there is ample time for events to develop. Though our MC's cheats are so ridiculous it makes me laugh - like she absorbs jade containing a scroll with a thousand medical books' worth of content

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Arisana rated it
January 19, 2018
Status: Completed
Highly enjoyable. Highly recommended. Couldn't put it down and read the raws. I liked the characters, plot, face slapping moments and the MC's family. The plot twist in MC's uncle's family was good tho it's kinda obvious. Minus one star because ... more>>

of what happened to the girl who was pushed into prostitution. She wasn't that bad. In my opinion, what happened to her was too much. She didn't deserve it. She was just too s*upid, too naive, and became an accessory for a crime that the guy she was living with did to MC. She was a hopeless character but not THAT bad/evil compared to the others. Also, I was waiting for the scene in the summary but it was not in the story. Kinda disappointing.

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New Moon rated it
December 8, 2017
Status: c90
One of best modern rebirth that makes you love every chapters. It's very very good novel. I like how strong genius intelligent MC is. I enjoying reading this novel.

worth to read this novel. But too bad there is only 90 chapters. I want more chapters. Recommend this novel.
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keima rated it
September 3, 2017
Status: c88
I was hesitant to read this at first, but when I started reading it I regretted not reading it earlier and despaired that there's only a few chapters translated (yes 88 is few I'm used to 1000+ chapters ?)

A great story about a repressed daughter who due to being super low key was framed and her whole life was played by her 'family'. But the universe did not abandoned her she was given 2nd Chance and the rest is similar to the other reborn stories but it's still... more>> good ??

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alexfilia rated it
August 12, 2017
Status: c86
She was an orphan. She was picked to be raised because her family thought she will bring them good luck.... After the mother died she was made to quit school became their maid and serve them and after an unforunate incident she was framed and put I jail where she dies.

After her rebirth she wants to live her life diffrently.... Armed with her own space she takes the path of a doctor!
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