Tranxending Vision

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Xia Lei, whose parents were no longer around, had to work hard to support himself and his sister. One day, he got into an accident at work which burnt his left eye. After he awoke in the hospital bed, he discovered that his eye was not blind – it gained abilities! Now, he is using these abilities to right wrongs and make a better life for himself and others. Will Xia Lei triumph over the corrupt and privileged with his newfound power?

I am destined to be the protagonist of this era!

Tranxending Vision average rating 4/5 - 155 user ratings
Associated Names
One entry per line
Super Quality-grade X-ray sight
Transcending Vision
TXV
超品透视
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04/16/18 Wuxiaworld c129
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ieatp-ssy
New ieatp-ssy rated it
April 9, 2018
Status: c121
Two things stand out, about this novel:

1). The harem element is strong in this one, so readers seeking vicarious living through fictional characters would enjoy it. The women are fairly formidable, but 2-dimensional, have little to do other than 'support the man, ' and only there to serve the plot point at any given arc or comic relief.

2). The novel is comical, but not in a way that's intended.

... more>> I'll explain...

In the first 100 chapters or so, the author rants -- both in the narration and in MC's inner-monologue, of how evil the US and Europe are, for enacting a 'technology blockade' on China, preventing certain (civilian, non-military) technology from being exported into China, due to paranoia about China stealing the technology. It went on to say that American newspapers often "FALSELY" and unjustly accuse China of stealing technology, making China look bad.

And 20 chapters later, do you want to guess what the MC is doing?

You guessed it! He went on a mission sponsored by the Chinese government into Germany, to steal their industrial technology, specifically because it's easier to steal it from Germany, rather than the US, since Germany apparently is not as 'alert' to this tech-theft.

I have a feeling this kind of theme will recur constantly throughout the novel, so if you're disturbed by righteous indignation that isn't consistent with the story's own action and plot-lines, this may not be for you. Other than that, the novel is OK. It's not bad enough for me to roil against, but it's not good enough to be memorable, either. if you decide to leave the novel at any point before the conclusion, such as when the translation effort either slows down or downright cease, you'd probably never remember even reading it, in the first place.

On the other hand, more intelligent readers reading between the lines can enjoy a good chuckle. I know I did. These LN's made for the masses really do give you an unintended glimpse on how the people of China think. <<less
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Vlaeghe
Vlaeghe rated it
October 1, 2017
Status: c15
My 31 year old hairy balls approve of this novel.

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... more>> Why? Because I disagree Yung_Oath... someone who reads 2 chapters and decided that's enough to judge a novel.

When someone gets X-ray vision, the first thing you'll wind up doing, is look through clothes. It's a classic. Why avoid the obvious development? It would be weird if he didn't. He doesn't need to be portrayed like a saint-like superman. Not looking at a male with your x-ray vision is definitely a guys personal choice. I sure as hell wouldn't want to see some random dude naked either if I could avoid it.

There's no target audience for this. You're free to like or dislike. Just give it a try.

I hate it when people say you shouldn't read something. You can state your opinion, but don't say it like it's a fact. And anyone who says that a review should be objective, is lying as well. Every review will be tainted by a personal view.

Edit: Oh right, review. The spoiler tags just explains the vision power a little bit.

Spoiler

The left eye of our MC obtains superduper-vision powers after a freak accident. At first it manifests as the regular see-through vision, but not too long after it starts to include 'eidetic vision' (blatantly giving him eidetic memory). This is all within the first 15 chapters. I fully expect more powers to bloom.

(yes, I said bloom, since I already used manifest).

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It's hard to see a proper goal of the MC yet, other than him wanting a little shop. But I suppose he'll see through it for us. Typical for these kind of novels, it quickly starts off with strife. And I'm sure the visionary author will bring up more issues for us to enjoy.

I honestly hope the MC will obtain a more clear goal soon, other than just muddling along. Since goal-oriented MC's are a lot more fun to read about than those MC's that just go kick up a fuss here and there, simply cause they can. <<less
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Aerogfl
Aerogfl rated it
October 28, 2017
Status: c1400
TL:DR, If you hate harem, dont read. If you hate politics, dont read. If you are trying to read this novel seriously, don't read.

Since I'm way ahead from the translated chapter, its going to be in spoiler tab.

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Spoiler

Ah.... looking at these early reviews with good rating brings me back. I remember back then when I thought that this is going to be a promising novel, but as for now, they're all nothing but false hopes.

Here's why, firstly, it's a harem novel. Yes I like harem novel as long as it's not bad and illogical (if you're that guy that always think harem novel is bad then you can go away now). Secondly, the mix of politics, business, and fighting story were quite attractive to me.

**fair warning, this novel also loves to interrupt moment, like the MC about to do smth, and suddenly his phone rings, or someone knocs, it happens so many times I cant count them anymore. Anyway, here's my breakdown from chapters to chapters.

Early 1-200 chapters, the writing was quite entertaining, where the story still makes sense although there are a lot of mystery, but the story are growing steadily including the harem, politics, and business.

From 200-600, the writing of these chapters will quite focus on 'romance'/'harem' quite a lot. The interesting thing is that his love story is not without bumps and challenges, I was happy that I thought the author was not afraid to insert serious tone on the harem story and making it more interesting. This is also where the politics and business part of the story flourish. And the supernatural genre has starts appearing.

But after 600... the story, harem, and writing seems to get worse and worse. The only good thing is that you get more fighting and harem with less politics and business (at least for me). As why the story and writing gets worse, MC is described as very very very very smart (here is his IQ at that time

Spoiler

around 900

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But I cant help but cringe when MC dont get something so obvious that can be seen by putting things together. Or he got into trouble, and there is so simple solution but he is not smart enough to solve it. As for harem, oh boy, the serious tone is gone. Basically after this point, it seems that no matter what women do to MC, as long as they are women, it is almost guaranteed MC will not kill them. MC has become 'OK' man to women. At this point, the story focused on the supernatural/fantasy story.

After 1000.. Harem becomes worse and worse, his 'OK' man syndrome become worse and worse. Almost no politics, and small amount of business. At this point, this novel has become sci-fi novel, with a touch of a disappointing harem.

After 1300.. A point where the story might be become more interesting although the harem still sucks.

I'm still going to read the novel, although only for entertainment purpose. Overall, I'm dissapointed with this novel, the early chapters seems like a facade for people to think that the harem part wasn't that bad and the author was not afraid to punish female character. But past certain chapters, this has become an obvious lie.

My recommendation is that try and read this novel up to 200, if you dont like it, stop, it will only get worse, if you like it, keep reading it, but I will suggest that you not to read it as entertainment novel where you can drop it at anytime.

I might do an update on the review if I finish reading this novel, but as for now, its a meh 3/5 for me.

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legolag
legolag rated it
October 1, 2017
Status: v1c8
Slightly reminiscent of God of Crime, the MC gets a power and initially uses it to make money. There are signs of a further plot developing, so I guess a more detailed review is only possible then.

As for the other reviewer's concerns about nudity and target audience, they're very overstated. His power is X-ray vision, so nudity will feature in some way or the other.
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Yung_Oath
Yung_Oath rated it
October 1, 2017
Status: --
Reading the first two chapters is enough for you to get the jist of this novel. As soon as he gets his new 'eyes', the first thing that happens is that he saw through the nurses (female) clothes, remember, not the doctor (male) who was also there, but the nurse. So, its obvious that this is for pre-pubescent boys who havent grown a single hair on their balls. Also, when he meets his childhood friend, he sees through her outerwear twice.

Once again, if you are not 17+, you can read... more>> this. Because, this is who the target audience is. <<less
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Nemone
Nemone rated it
December 20, 2017
Status: c40
The story is alright so far but honestly it is not great. The women in this story are really annoying. Especially his childhood friend. No matter how close we were, if I had a childhood friend who found out I had some money and immediately came demanding I share it for no reason at all except they said so... we wouldn't be friends anymore. It's one thing if they were at least in a relationship but they aren't. Even if he's okay with giving her money or buying her things,... more>> she should at least not be shameless enough to demand it and act like he owes it to her. The main character even avoids telling her when he has money because he obviously knows that it's none of her business, but then he just caves as soon as she finds out, it's really lame and happens repeatedly. The main character is really naive in this story, in a bad way. It doesn't concern just women. He doesn't even think about the fact that he's trying to hide his power and then blatantly doing things that reveal he has a special ability if people think about it for just a second. <<less
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ArgosYesu
ArgosYesu rated it
February 24, 2018
Status: c1000
Unlike everyone else, I didn't drop this for the nationalism. Why? Cause China is stupid weak and retarded in this novel. It seems as though only the MC 'cares' for China while the country itself can't do sh*t. They can't protect him outside the country, nor inside it. He's basically a thorn in their side, yet 'nationalism' somehow pops up every now and then as though it's a legit plot point.

Then there's the powers. MC has some four digit IQ yet he's as stupid as any CN protagonist. It's more... more>> of an off-and-on type of intelligence that only appears when he needs it to. IQ basically doesn't mean IQ in the novel. He's just smart enough to deus ex machina his way through problems.

Harem, meh. MC may have been that nice guy in the start and I was rooting for a harem. He turns into a d*ck later on and the harem is just a lust fest. No point IMO. <<less
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Aternus
Aternus rated it
December 21, 2017
Status: c42
The premise is great, the writing is great, the translation is great, the main character's power is very interesting and only continues to become more and more so, So why four stars? The MC's character makes no sense, one moment he's the biggest little bitch in the world, the other he's the opposite. It seems to be getting better, so I might update my review. (though it seems like it's getting worse again...)

It's seems the chinese author decided to get inspiration from Japanese MCs for whatever reason and thought... more>> it'd be a good idea to incorporate it. I don't read chinese web novels for the literary excellence but because it's very rare for them to have characters that are little bitches like in English or Japaneses Novels, and yet here is exactly that.

The MC is overly forgiving, let's people take advantage of him like it's his job, and has terrible taste in friends except for his one male friend. Half the women in his life are terrible people only interested in taking advantage of him and blaming him after he saves one from being raped. It seems to be going in the direction of him not being such a little bitch, but it's hard to tell.

But it still is a decent read and i"m probably exaggerating a little from how annoyed I am.

Perhaps the lack of a normal Chinese MC will make others like this story more? <<less
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Ignus
Ignus rated it
October 24, 2017
Status: c25
The characters are very well written in this story.
Each one is separate, and feels like a real person. This includes the women. Each has her own goals, most have a career.

MC puts his special powers to interesting uses.
There is mystery being built up. Hidden treasures, mysterious organization... It's a bit to early to review the plot as it is still developing, but it already looks well planned out and intriguing.

The story synopsis doesn't do this story justice, as reading it makes you expect a generic novel. This one... more>> so far is not generic, and at the very least has a unique setting, and unique uses of special powers.

Depending on the next 25 chapters, I might have to raise the rating to 5 stars. <<less
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dan7cor
dan7cor rated it
October 19, 2017
Status: c22
I also disagree with Yung_Oath, I have liked the pace of this novel, discovering how to use his eye, getting connections, is really interesting and I'm waiting for the next releases. It has the feel of a modern day wuxia though I'm not sure the focus would be in inner energy or in fist fighting with energy techniques, but more on modern fighting, guns, knives, and with using his eye to resolve things and discover different kinds of things, I have a high expectancy for this novel.

and for future reference,... more>> you can't trust a review that only read 2 chapters, that's not long enough to get a real feel of a novel. <<less
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JustDiededed
JustDiededed rated it
November 30, 2017
Status: c241
This is a very fun novel. It's not to be taken seriously, just to pass the time, if you're into OP MCs and harem. I find it well written too, I really like some characters (that policewoman neighbor... ugh) and I feel like they're really fleshed out, with multiple facets.

It gets better with more and more chapters and even if the MC is somewhat OP, he really struggles and suffer some defeats eventually.

EDIT: Oh, I forgot that the novel is somewhat ecchi, with lots of jade like figures being described.
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Narmi
Narmi rated it
October 21, 2017
Status: c58
It started out a bit rough, but the author found his/her pace and the story picked up. I'm not sure how "spiritual energy" will figure into this, but the premise of the story itself is interesting. The pervy x-ray scenes are unnecessary but thankfully short.

e: Previous rating was done from ch23. This update is from ch58

The MC acts like he's a monk. The antagonists are all 1D villains; jealous playboys, greedy businessmen, arrogant rich kids. The pervy scenes are getting overly gratuitous. Previously it was because the MC was getting... more>> used to his x-ray powers, now they'll pop up in the middle of a story and just seem out of place.

It's still a good story, just not as good as I was hoping for. <<less
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Mighty Action X
Mighty Action X. rated it
January 19, 2018
Status: --
Love reading it so far. There's crime fighting, investigations, science. Everything one would like to encounter in an action packed society. My only concern is how would it progress in the future given that it has more than 2500 chapters already. How would an author stretch it and keep it interesting?
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Liamrodhudson331
Liamrodhudson331 rated it
November 29, 2017
Status: c40
So far there are signs of nationalist... Not a fan of that, but it's fine as long as nationlist doesn't turn into racism, which happens a lot in CN novels.

The story itself is fine. There are no tension whatsoever since MC has plot armor. There doesn't seem to be a main plot or storyline yet, just basic Xiaxian and Xuanhuan sh*t.

MC uses his powers to surprise someone ~> get that person attention ~> pisses off some random, insignificant villains ~> asks someone powerful to help ~> beats the bad guys,... more>> saves the beauties ~> rinse & repeat.

Really, there's nothing unique about this novel. Even the eye powers are overused af. It's good as a popcorn-read, if you want something a bit more serious however, then this isn't for you. <<less
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