Transmigration of the Famous Cyber Star


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Liu Man transmigrated from thousands of years ago to the modern world. Before she transmigrated, she was completely broke. After she transmigrated, she was still worrying about her wealth. And so, for her to survive, she decided to start earning money by becoming a cyber star: trading and selling products, recording daily activities with her kittens, and showing off bits of her skills. One day she realized, that unconsciously, she had become one of the most famous celebrities.

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astroblues02 rated it
January 13, 2020
Status: c738
This novel is interesting. Each character has his/her own story to tell and demons to face. It asks the question of how far will you go to reach your goal? What's your bottom line? No, this is not a dark story. I like this because I got to experience different kinds of romance: between a transmigrated FL and a veterinarian ML with an awesome background, a 31 year old virgin CEO and an actress who plays a villain, a playboy who wore a green hat for 6 years and a... more>> 30 year old no name actress, another playboy who has high requirements and a guzheng player who wants to be free of her mother's control, a second ML who undergoes a personality-sort of change and an unloved Bai Fumei, an IT fan and a pianist, and, of course, a 40 year old divorcee and a 50 year old foreign man.

Except for how the author explained the FLs changes which I still find funny, all in all I can still read up to the latest chapter. <<less
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EmpressRouge25 rated it
March 31, 2020
Status: c230
Ok so I actually love the story. I’ve spent about two days straight with no sleep just to continue reading because the book is so interesting. The female protagonist is just amazing, she is able to face all problems and actually tries to find a solution to fix them by herself first (which is something the male protagonist gets frustrated about since she does not ask for help). The male protagonist is also amazing, he’s just in the background, yet ready to come forward for the female protagonist. They are... more>> both so cute together and even if they have a lot of advantages and are op, they don’t go around looking for trouble like the other mains in other books. Even the other characters are complex (ok maybe not complex), but you can see the development everywhere and the author definitely does not skimp around on details.

Something I’m dissatisfied about is the female protagonist’s transmigration dad. I don’t know if he will eventually get better later on the story, but he just triggers me with how foolish he is and how unaccepting he is of the female protagonist. He’s just incredibly useless he should’ve just stayed in jail smh. Also another thing is the real daughter (since she and the female protagonist switched lives) has no problems at all. Not saying I want her life to be difficult, but when she went to her parents dreams to let them know of the switch she was so annoyingly nonchalant. It was like ‘hey parents, I switched with her but I hope y’all are happy cause I’m happy and please treat her well’.

Now I just want to continue the book, but I got online school and if I don’t drop this now then I’ll drop my assignments lmaooo. I’ll probably get back to this when break comes. Also can anyone tell me why this is still ongoing! Like, HOW do you have this for more than 1k chapters. The saving grace is definitely the greatness of the author. I don’t know if she will get repetitive later on but for now she’s great. If anyone has spoilers from these chapters (200-the most current) please tell me about it because I would looooove to know. <<less
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frostcrystal rated it
April 7, 2020
Status: c1107
What can I say except that it's really excellent? I've spent the last 4 days reading it day and night, haha. The greatest strength of this story is the enormous, enormous spiderweb of characters. It's certainly difficult remembering who is who after awhile (to the translator, I recommend creating a character glossary for sure!), but it makes it feel incredibly realistic. The author is amazing at fleshing out side characters. Every single one of them has not only their own realistic emotions and motivations, but also character growth over time,... more>> chances to shine, and lessons learnt. They make dumb mistakes, have ugly breakups, deal with rejection, and some of them finally move on to happy relationships. Romance is a point in their growth, not the entirety of their journey, so you won't find any messy "this cannon fodder character only exists to further the plot" shit. Aside from the transmigration part, any one of the MC's regular friends could be someone you know in real life, and I just love her mother's slow transformation from housewife out of her depth into savvy businesswoman.

I also really enjoy the fact that there are multiple couples in this book that get together and embody good healthy relationships afterward, instead of it being a perpetual will-they-won't-they misunderstanding between the FL and the ML. The MC actually gets together with her boyfriend quite early on, and they slowly weather struggles together as a team, having each others back, communicating well to avoid misunderstandings and slowly growing closer. ML knows when to express his protective instincts and when to rein in his jealousy for the sake of supporting FL in chasing her dreams and building her career, which is crazy. In every sense they are a team against the world.

Let's move on to the downsides. While I hesitate to call the MC a Mary Sue because she does work hard for her strengths, have emotional struggles and things she isn't good at, she leans in that direction. She's just too amazing at a whole spectrum of things across the board. Some of the main character's projects also come across as way too smooth-sailing, almost a bit cringy, as if you can kind of taste the MC halo. All in all, the author is great at writing depth and hardships, and not amazing at writing success.

Secondly, things get a bit humdrum plot-wise mid-way. There's usually always something happening, but the story leans very drama/slice of life. Who knows when it's going to end? It could probably go on forever. Anyway, I would highly recommend it to anyone who likes the genre! If I have time I'll update this review with spoilers, but TBH I don't know how to summarize it, it's so much to keep track of. However, we are all lucky that it is a very, very easy MTL and reads smoothly for the most part. <<less
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LostMySoul rated it
June 3, 2020
Status: c300
So much drama. Whatever she does, there's always drama and it takes a lot of chapters to solve it. It's not even her fault but it gets tiring since it's a bit repetitive. MC and ML aren't really OP. Although they possess a lot of skills that makes it seem otherwise.

MC: She's a nice pure girl trying to be independent. It's just that for someone thrown into the cold palace in her past, it's quite odd that she seems to have no hate in her heart? Even just a lil... more>> bit? Or maybe that's just her character. I just can't connect lol anyway, although there's a lot of drama thrown her way, most of the time, she gets away smoothly. I guess, it's the protagonist halo.

ML: Well, he's a vet and he's apparently rich af. He tries to help as much as he can but he also recognizes the fact that the MC is independent. When the MC can't solve a problem, that's when he butts in.

In some aspects, the novel is quite realistic, specially in the beginning when MC was still adapting to her new environment. Also shows dark aspects in some fields like entertainment, etc.

What I didn't like: the owner of the body that MC is occupying


she replaces the MC in the past and basically easily becomes a queen


It's too unrealistic and unbelievable tbh.

Oh, also the dad in the present. He really should've gone to jail. He's incompetent af.

This was an alright read but too much drama. You can tell it's a chinese novel with all the unnecessary cliche plots, really. It's just not my cup of tea. Mtl made it worse lol <<less
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ohmycalla rated it
June 28, 2020
Status: c913
I really enjoyed reading this, I love the characters especially the ML. The antagonists were not brainless, and there are reasons why they opposed the leads. It was realistically portrayed by the author.

The only thing that made me stopped reading this is because there are too many problems coming one after another. Like please, let the MC and ML enjoy some peaceful time. They were always so busy doing their own thing and then a problem will arise. It's repetitive and I'm tired reading it. I don't think I can... more>> finish this anymore.

P.S. The focus of this novel is MC getting rich and ML doing business and such. There's too little lovey dovey moments of them and other couples so it should be a romantic subplot, not romance genre. <<less
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