The Anarchic Consort


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She, a 21st century mercenary queen, had crossed over into a tragically betrayed body of a waste. Waste? She will show them what it means to be a waste! Betrayed? With the Ancient Manual in her hands, she will astonish all the despicable men and cheap women!

Wait! Didn’t everyone say that she was an evil woman which everyone feared? Why is his Third Highness, full of mystery and charisma, so interested in her?

The Anarchic Consort average rating 4.2/5 - 55 user ratings
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Hanawie rated it
June 19, 2017
Status: c745
At first, it starts off like a usual Chinese female transmigration novel: a powerful modern "underworld" killer who goes into the body of a waste who has a terrible family and a half-sister that steals her fiancé. Then, the female lead somehow catches the attention of the male lead with her "different-ness". It's nothing new but the author does a good job of not making the story drag while the female lead tries to become more powerful.

Usually, the cultivation part of transmigration novels is a never-ending cycle of: female lead... more>> gets an enemy, female lead beats enemy with the lucky discovery of a mystical artifact or family heirloom, and everything is fine for a paragraph until another arrogant idiot shows up to drag the story on even more. Luckily, the author makes sure to develop characters during this cultivation period; in fact, the whole cultivation thing is kind of placed on the backburner and we get a few paragraphs before we go back to watching character interaction and plot development (which means we get to connect with the side characters which is amazing because they're really funny!).


My only problem with the characters is the lack of "good" female side characters. Literally any time a female character shows up, they're automatically a bad guy. Almost all the "good" side characters are male. For people that like reverse harems, give up. Most of the male side characters have their own love interest (who could've shown up as "good" female side characters but the author ignores almost all but one side girl).



Since the plot does move along, the main couple's relationship develops and it makes for fun situations since they both have low EQ. The male lead (sort of) falls in love first but it's the female lead that realizes her love first (which leads to a hilarious situation where she tries to woo the male lead with a book called "106 Ways to Get a Wife"). While the male lead is super powerful and dominating, the female lead is also pretty smart and strong so their relationship dynamic is a lot more balanced than other novels (one of my favorite scenes is when the female lead has a strategic brain battle with the male lead where she manages to successfully escape from the male lead for a few chapters; she gets caught later but the fact that she managed to dodge him, get out of the school, travel to another city, and fulfill her goal before he finds her again counts as a big win in my book). In addition, the male lead gets an actual personality. He will get upset, jealous, happy, and surprised (Happy and surprise don't happen that often sadly but they do happen, rest assure!). The author spends a huge arc on developing him so look forward to it!



Also, the latter half of the novel feels like a different story since it went from a "typical transmigration revenge" story to a "supernatural ghost-busting" story. The author transitions the story really well so don't worry about being abruptly interrupted.

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