Mo Xiang Tong Xiu
Mo Xiang Tong Xiu
All the novels I've read by this author
Male ProtagonistCharismatic ProtagonistSmart CoupleSlow RomanceInvestigationsDaoismCharacter GrowthAncient TimesSecond ChanceManly Gay Couple
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Created: Nov 6th, 2023, Updated: Nov 6th, 2023
Created Nov 6th, 2023
Updated Nov 6th, 2023
0 Chapters Every 1143 Day(s) 23282 Readers 457 Reviews 12-15-2019
Okay.... What can I say about this baby? I am simply OBSESSED and FOURTEEN for Luo Binghe. He is without a doubt my protégé, my precious, my everything! I would give my soul, my ass, my dog... EVERYTHING FOR HIM AND NEVER SORRY! You may think I'm exaggerating, but I'm not. He's just a baby who needs a lot of love and a few therapy sessions. And, okay, maybe a few Love Yourself lessons with Kim Namjoon... I'm getting off track, but AGAIN...! Obviously, he's not my only favorite thing about this story. I love Shen Qingqiu. Like, SO MUCH! He has an extremely fun, attractive and captivating personality. Even if that personality is represented more internally, and externally, he's just trying to keep a poker face. Yet he's still that protagonist who will make you laugh at REALLY dubious moments – Mountain Maigu, I'm looking at you! – and make you question your own sanity because of it. But that's precisely why you simply can't help wanting to continue. Nor can you forget the fact that SV is very gripping when you realize how deep it goes into the characters' emotions. Especially, for me, when we see one in particular. Luo Binghe has a psychological journey that is the equivalent of a rollercoaster ride. He's broken, he's breaking and then getting back on his feet, only to fall a little further. It was really painful to get to the final chapters and see how clearly destroyed he was. How hurt, lonely and desperate he was. There were moments when I really just wanted to pick him up and smack that dear author. But, well... there wasn't much I could do. At least she didn't trick me and it was a happy ending. Well, I've already talked about the main couple – more about Binghe, but what can I do if I just love him so much? –, now I'm going to bring up another topic that I loved. The fact that SV is a great satire on novels with studly protagonists with a harem, where everything can be summed up and solved with s*x. Mo Xiang Tong Xiu hit all the right notes here, bringing situations where it was possible to feel the criticism with an almost cruel veracity. The Maigu Mountain scene was undoubtedly the highlight of this satire. Because in it we have a Binghe completely f*cked up emotionally and psychologically, without any conscience, with a f*cked-up sword controlling him and a Shen Qingqiu who thinks that the whole situation can be solved with s*x. Just because that's "common sense" in this kind of novel. And what really resolved everything in the end was the dialog. Something very simple, right? Simple, but difficult to execute. Even more so when you've had an eternity of misunderstandings between you and the other person. And that's precisely the situation BingQiu finds himself in almost from the start of the novel. And, of course, with a little extra help from the system that seemed obsessed with making everything worse. Honestly? I'm shocked at how smoothly and well things turned out. It could have been worse, believe me. Well, apart from that, another thing that stuck with me was the writing. God, I could drown in this sh*t and I'd still be begging for more! MXTX has a writing style that is really extremely captivating and that doesn't let you go once it's got you! Even more so thanks to the fact that you can REALLY feel the development and growth of the relationships between the characters. Both with the main characters and the secondary ones. Some may not get much attention, but you'll definitely still feel captivated by them at some point. The comedy here is also pure gold! I remember losing my breath and choking up several times while reading... So, to sum up... Read it. READ SV AND JOIN ME IN THE CIRCLE OF PROTECTION FOR LUO BINGHE!!!
15 Chapters Every 174.1 Day(s) 24697 Readers 536 Reviews 02-06-2024
I'm going to start this one by being very honest and making it clear that it's been a long time since I read it, so most of it is already a bit blurry and lost in my memory. But I'll try my best!... MDZS is, without further description, a political journey with a certain romance. You'll find yourself in the middle of schemes, plots and some moments so gay that you'll want to punch a wall. I'm serious. The declaration scene still sticks in my mind to this day. I can't get over the fact that Wei Ying chose JUST that incredibly tense moment to finally spit out what we've been waiting for. The best thing about it all is the "villain", who just stood on the sidelines at that point and kind of encouraged the whole thing, as if he himself had had enough and wanted to get those two together at once, no matter what the cost or what. It really got to me. Now, leaving that aside... MDZS also does an incredible job with all the description of the setting and the characters' emotions. The writing is very well divided at all times and you can clearly feel how much the author has put in along the way. Some people may end up feeling discouraged or even confused thanks to the amount of flashbacks. But please don't ignore them or just glance over them. Some may seem irrelevant, but in the end, you'll discover that everyone and everything in this story is there for a good reason. Another attractive aspect of this reading was undoubtedly the characters. And I'm not talking about the main ones! Of course they're important and VERY interesting, but I really like how the secondary characters managed to hold my breath a few times. They also managed to stir my emotions too much, making me want to cry a lot and start a whole revolution because of them. Believe me, that's a real victory. I'm not one of the most emotional people, much less do I tend to feel a lot when it's nothing to do with the main characters, so it was quite curious... In short, it's a great novel that I'd recommend to anyone. But not as a first read if you've never read anything like it. That's because you can easily end up feeling lost and discouraged by the amount of information, the courtesy names and all the cultivation baloney with the political bonus. You have to have some patience for these things. So it's good to have a certain determination or a lot of dedication if you want to read MDZS and it's your first contact with this genre. I think I've said everything I wanted to. I hope you read it and enjoy it!
23 Chapters Every 103.1 Day(s) 20213 Readers 471 Reviews 11-29-2020
*REFERS TO UNREVISED VERSION*... This is the author's third work and also her longest. TGCF, unlike SV which seems to focus more on the emotional and MDZS which focuses more on themes such as forgiveness and overcoming, seems to pay more attention to the feelings and relationships between the characters. The fact that the MC, Xie Lian, has lived for just over 800 years is definitely not something that can be easily overcome. Having lived, felt and related to numerous types of people over such a long period of time, it's completely natural that he would end up making extremely difficult decisions or be driven to almost irreparable psychological damage. In fact, I still find it incredible and truly admirable how he managed to overcome and move on even in the midst of many things. Even if there were moments in the current timeline when you can see that some of those wounds were merely treated, but never truly and completely healed. Most of his relationships in the beginning are completely in ruins, and don't seem to have any chance of recovery. But even with all that, he has still managed, not to mend, but to patch up many wounds that have emerged over the years. The other characters were also written and developed in a very human way, which was an unparalleled point of attraction in my opinion. What really stuck with me was that no one in this story can be described as entirely good or evil. Everyone walks a fine line between these two sides, fighting and doing the best they can for themselves, their loved ones and for a hope of happiness. All their decisions, actions and emotions are extremely relatable if you simply put yourself in their shoes without having any kind of prejudice in mind. They show that we can all reach a point of no return if we are pushed to the limit. Moving on, another crucial point in this story is undoubtedly the romance. It was developed in a very sweet way. So sweet that you end up melting with every interaction. HuaLian really is that fairytale couple, who have an enviable and perfect love, with a true sense of eternity. It's completely impossible to look at them and not feel like you're floating or have that warm feeling in your chest. To tell you the truth, I think they're the couple with the cutest vibe out of the three by this author. I'd say they're like that teenage romance or the taste of first love. That love that burns, that warms you, that won't let you forget it. A gentle love that makes you feel complete and totally welcomed. With this person, you feel like the whole world could turn its back on you and everything would still be fine. Because that person, that person alone is enough. That person you know and feel will never, ever abandon you and will always be there for you, supporting you no matter what. That's how HuaLian makes you feel. That's how they are. A simple, sweet and engaging definition of the word love. TGCF is also a very good story in terms of holding your attention. There are lots of things happening all the time, well-developed schemes, backstories to be discovered, new characters and a whole range of extremely attractive contexts that you can't take your eyes off. Everything was very well written and crafted, with nothing that seemed tedious or unnecessary throughout. MXTX, for me, is an author with a real talent for writing. Everything is very captivating and can hit you hard if you choose to give it a chance. Well, I'll stop here, as I feel I have nothing more to say. I hope you give this baby a try!