Library of Heaven’s Path EPUB

12/26/2017 09:34:00 PM
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The protagonist, Zhang Xuan, is a reincarnate from modern times. He used to be a librarian in his previous life, so when he reincarnates in the body of the least accomplished teacher at a cultivation academy, his "reincarnation bonus" is the titular Library of Heaven's Path. Said virtual library exists in his head, and it does two things: by observing people or objects, he can gain a detailed description of them (with emphasis on their weaknesses and flaws), and by opening any books the Library creates a copy in his head which he can freely access and commit to memory. Not only that, the Library can also compile and even correct books on cultivation if there are enough samples, allowing him to create insanely advanced techniques in a matter of seconds.


Traversing into another world, Zhang Xuan finds himself becoming an honorable teacher.

Along with his transcension, a mysterious library appears in his mind.

As long as it is something he has seen, regardless of whether it is a human or an object, a book on its weakness would be automatically compiled in the library.

Thus, he became formidable.

“Emperor Zhuoyang, why do you detest wearing your underwear so much? As an emperor, can’t you pay a little more attention to your image?”

“Fairy Linglong, you can always look for me if you find yourself unable to sleep at night. I am skilled in lullabies!”

“And you, Demon Lord Qiankun! Can you cut down on the garlic? Are you trying to kill me with that stench?”

This is an incredible story about teachers and students, grooming and guiding the greatest experts in the world!

Series Information

Title Library of Heavens Path
Author Heng Sao Tian Ya
Rating 4.2 / 5.0, 860 votes
Genre Action Comedy Fantasy Martial Arts Xuanhuan
Publisher Qidian
Status 891 Chapters (Ongoing)
Translator StarveCleric

Series Reviews

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Review by Hevveh. Rated 4/5

I honestly think that this is one of the best stories I've read so far, and I've read a lot. Everything about is well-thought and unique, (little to no tropes) and it never felt dull and it was all fleshed out. This has been a popular story for a while. So I recommend and suggest you read this story, here's why:

Translation Quality: The translations are great, (as expected from Qidian) and the story makes me laugh as the protagonist smacks the faces of people who underestimated him, I've seen little to no errors at all concerning grammar or punctuation and it makes it easy for you to understand what's happening.

Updating Stability/Speed: It ticks me off since this story is one of the best I've read so far, I constantly wait and there are many other people like me out there. 1 chapter everyday for 5 days in a week isn't enough, taking into account the quality of this story and how brilliant it is. Thought the updating speed isn't good for those impatient, the stability is true to its word. They always update every day which is enough for me.

World Building: It slowly builds up and doesn't just throw a bunch of information at you expecting to have to have powers like the main character here (unless you do). The build-up of the world is decent but it just doesn't explain enough really about the roles and the other places other than where the main character is. It just gives you the information you need where you are.

Character Design: The characters are well-fleshed out and there are no characters being introduced that are basically just 2-D with no personality. They all have a role and even if they play a minor one they are mentioned a few more times later on in the story. The characters develop throughout the story and don't just have the same personality.

Story Development: The plot of the story is very interesting as it is, I've read many online and translated novels and this barely follows any tropes, (you can't expect there to be none with so many stories). It also goes at a decent pacing that is persistent, (he doesn't just rise 4 realms in 1 go). You can expect the plot to be great as it's very unique, I was always wanting more and it never felt dull.

You can expect the story to be brilliant and splendid, you will always be on the edge of your seat!

Review by Seronis. Rated 4/5

One of the most cruelly satisfying stories I've ever read. Cruel because the MC flabbergasts people with words and actions in ways you would not have imagined. And cruel because the author is a sadist to readers. How? EVERY SINGLE RELEASE is a cliffhanger. Every one. This is a story that reading it will shorten your lifespan due to built up frustration and anticipation from SOO MANY cliffhangers. It would be much better for my health if I only read this story every week or two so that I could binge a bit but alas willpower is not high enough. I am forced to torture myself.

Review by vladimir935. Rated 5/5

Very funny so far, and if you like History's Number 1 Founder you will probably like this. The MC is a guy that is reincarnated into a body of a worst teacher in some academy for cultivation and gets some kind of heavenly ability in his mind that allows him to see any and all weaknesses one has in their cultivation technique or body etc. So far (ch.6) the story is focused on him recruiting student in a very funny manner so it's entertaining and if you like that kind of stuff I recommend this novel.

Review by Fourthraid. Rated 5/5

I must admit to not expecting too much when I started reading this. It felt like it would be your standard transmigration novel. And it certainly is in most ways. There's a cheat ability of some kind given the MC, there are tons of people who underestimate him and use any chance to belittle him, etc.

However, what I find sets it apart is its humor, the attitude of the protagonist and the side characters. The people that spout nonsense at him are very quickly subdued, usually in very funny ways. Most of them usually quickly understand that he is better than what they assumed and go on to respect him (unless you are one of the denser main "antagonists") for what he displays, rather than go on for chapter after chapter of chastising him without the MC revealing his hand.

Other novels of this kind I end up just quickly scrolling through chapters to get to the good part where the protagonist proceeds to the face-slapping. Library of Heaven's Path has lots of minor face-slapping incidents that build up to the BIG face-slapping incident that I just finished. It's glorious.

Review by Kirayuki.Rated 3/5

Just like tons of translated novels here, LOHP started decently and steadily crushed and burned as the story progressed in a bewildering mass of idiocy and confusion. Two stars for the novelty concept of having an OP library skill of the protagonist.

The humor in the story quickly lost its luster and all villains deteriorated into a hopeless heap of blithering morons who only know how to react and show bewilderment due to the MC's staggering performance. You would think that all the characters and mobs in the story share the same genes and intellectual faculty for their ability to constantly spew the same nonsense all throughout the story. You would constantly see lines like: "Brother, you think that breaking through from---to---is as easy as breathing?" If one is bombarded with the same lines from chapter 1 to 100+ chapters, it gets old really fast.

The story is also very formulaic and does not contain a shred of tension. Even the conflicts only serve as to showcase how perfect and awesome the MC is. So despite my feverish prayer for the story to take off and get back on track, it became apparent that this novel is cursed to be part of one of my growing list of "Dropped" novels.

Review by gaianova. Rated 5/5

Library of Heaven's Path is an excellent story that's near the top of its genre - face-slapping. Its plot is really well written and even though you kind of know what is going to happen, but you can't help but anticipate what's going to happen next.

The MC is thick-skinned, arrogant sometimes even, but I think there's a certain charm to the smug protagonist as long as they don't push it too far. At the very least, I find it better than a weak-willed protagonist who allows himself to be pushed around by the rest of the world. The MC is also kind of like a genius who does everything others find hard to easily, so you can't expect him to grind up slowly. After all, that's the kind of book it is. However, this doesn't really mean he doesn't work hard. Time progresses really slowly in the book and he really does a lot within that short period of time every day.

Next, it does have the idea of the relationship of teacher and student, but it doesn't focus heavily on it. However, the author has said that the next arc will focus on it (that's 300 by the way.)

Just like many has said, it's not a deep novel and rather, it is more like something you read after a tiring day to refresh yourself.

It has potential and probably will continue to interest me for the next hundred chapters or so. There's a limit to face-slapping genre and eventually, things may get repetitive and boring, but up to this point, it is a 5 stars for me

Reviw by Wren. Rated 1/5

Repetitive and formulaic. The MC bluffs, collects books, the library sorts out everything, and he goes around slapping faces. It started off fun but it just ends up like every other CN novel. The only thing variable in the story so far are the names, guilds, association, and map.

Here's the gist of the story. MC arrives at new map > Axxholes look down on him/bully for coming from a relatively poor kingdom > MC uses cheat to show off > Axxholes become polite human beings because power is everything (a la every CN novel ever).
The chapters are also ridiculously padded with commentaries from audiences. Because every place they go, there has to be competitions and the MC will kick everyone's ass. The commentaries prior to the competitions are insults and dissing. The ones after are gasps and respect. Repeat for every place they go to and you have the novel.

Review by Ophius. Rated 2/5.

At first, I thought this novel would be interesting, it had a light tone with some comedy here and there plus some face slapping as a bonus. But then the story continued and it all went downhill. The way he gains knowledge is stupid but bearable, The way people act towards him, in the beginning, makes sense which was nice but then the students came in. And with but a wave of his hand they start idolizing him as a god. It was frankly quite annoying, then there's the point where others spend years upon years of effort to advance realms and gain strength but he just sits there for an hour or so and BAM his strength rivals or even surpasses the local experts. He then constantly complains everytime he's about to advance realms that it's so slow or whatever which is not that funny, plus he still doesn't know any common sense

Table of Contents

  • Library of Heaven’s Path Book 1: Chapter 001-100 Mediafire
  • Library of Heaven’s Path Book 2: Chapter 101-200 Mediafire
  • Library of Heaven’s Path Book 3: Chapter 201-300 Mediafire
  • Library of Heaven’s Path Book 4: Chapter 301-400 Mediafire
  • Library of Heaven’s Path Book 5: Chapter 401-500 Mediafire

Galactic Dark Net EPUB [Completed]

12/05/2017 11:04:00 AM
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Galactic Dark Net is a fantastically unique story that keeps the same action/ adventure/ level up nature that we all know and love, but puts it in a fantastical alternative sci-fi earth without copying any of the overdone tropes that pop up in so many other wuxia novels.


When the last prodigy level esper on Earth disappeared, Earth was in deep trouble of becoming another species’ colony. The ordinary Han, with his intelligence and hardworking character, was able to make a fortune after “accidentally” stepping into the world of the dark net, later purchasing an esper power crystal that brought him the ultimate power that changed the fate of the universe.

Darknet is a subset of the Deep Web that is not only not indexed by traditional search engines, but that also requires special tools like specific proxy or authentication to gain access. Darknet is not restricted by any law or morals, so the darknet market has everything that is prohibited by the law. Drugs, slaves, firearms, uranium, bioweapons, rare animals, human testing, assassination, and the list goes on. During the year of 2075 on Earth, Han Lang logged into the largest hyperspace darknet market, and our story begins.

Series Information

Title Galactic Dark Net (超时空黑暗交易网)
Author Sonic Nine Light Year
Rating 4.2 / 5.0, 1039 votes
Genre Action Adventure Drama Fantasy Martial Arts Sci-fi Xuanhuan
Publisher Qidian
Status 470 Chapters (Completed)
Translator Qidian International

Series Reviews

Review by makenai89. Rated 5/5

Galactic Dark Net might be suitable to the taste of people who need to take a break from monotony and fans of superhero stories, but not exactly for people who will question every step, every detail. Fair warning: there were (minor?) matters that were brushed off by the author which we don't know the reason as of yet whether it was considered as having no significance to the main plot line or if future chapters will revisit it. In the style of superhero stories, the world construct was being told incrementally and people's motives tend to be hidden till the related arc nears/begins.

Review by craBebe. Rated 5/5

Fantastic read. So refreshing to see something new out there. I have no doubt that there's plenty of diversity for untranslated novels, but when it comes to the stuff translators are choosing now they're all the same transmigration/xianxia/sect/cultivation novels.

Galactic Dark Net is a fantastically unique story that keeps the same action/adventure/level up nature that we all know and love but puts it in a fantastical alternative sci-fi earth without copying any of the overdone tropes that pop up in so many other wuxia novels.

Check it out if you're sick of reading the same thing over and over and looking for something new, highly recommended.

Review by SecondRate. Rated 5/5

After having read many novels, I had become a bit skeptic when someone told me they found a good story. I assumed (incorrectly it seems) that all the good novels are already being translated by wuxiaworld, gravity tales, xianxia world and the likes. But, after coming to "noodle town" I have been amazed. Two very beautifully written stories are translated about which I never had heard before. Thanks to noodletranslations for this treat. I know that most good novels tend to go "bad" after a few hundred chapters, so a review on ch 66 is not very convincing, BUT so far worth the time invested to read it.

Review by kedar080340119014.Rated 5/5

Definitely worth a read. It is hard to dislike this novel. Till now, I have read very very few LNs with the story revolving around thematic areas of patriotism. This LN gives a new spin to the survival theme. Our MC is an esper who has awesome SSS type power. Unfortunately, he is from Earth. Which is one of the weakest planets in the Galaxy Union (union of all the human planets which are called 'countries'). So there is always pressure from other bigger planets to colonize earth. There are very few novels which can get your blood boiling when you read them. But this is one of those LNs. There is definitely some big overarching story here apart from the Patriotic 'earth vs other big bad planets'. This will probably be revealed later on. Still too early to say where the story will be headed. However, it is sheer joy to read this cathartic action-packed bloody violent LN.

Okuri Ookami. Rated 5/5

Really interesting novel. I can honestly say that this story is very united and very much a ‘Hero’s tale’ its a bunch of goody two shoes that don’t mind getting their hands dirty. Its a good step back from the usual Xianxia and Xuanhaun that is all hack and slash with no substance.

I’ve currently read up to 49 chapters and eagerly waiting for chapter 50!

The story building is nice, not fast not slow. The action comes fairly early but not too often. The romance? Yes, it actually shows glimpses of romance in the first dozen chapters and is quite nicely done! It doesn’t just start with a woman falling for the MC for no damn reason swooning over him in an instant, it gives a plausible reason for her coming affections and why she’s possibly attracted to the MC; it really makes you want to see if the relationship develops. I’m hoping they at least become friends I know they’ll be close in some way.

The MC power? Very unique not forced and not just a random power-up that’s SO OP its disastrous. Though you can see how he’ll get it a mile coming to the journey is worth it. The determination and the perseverance is admirable.

Though a negative for me was that the MC suddenly developed something contradictory to his original position forming a Spiderman mentality from an Uncle Ben saying. It's not overly forced and IMO something you can overlook.

I like it when the MC goes through hard times and pisses off a lot of other espers! Though that last one might be inherent not just cause he’s an MC in a CN novel but the nature of his ability as well.

There are a few loose ends early on that don't have any answers and where (seemingly) totally worthless and or just an excuse to allow for the story to develop on a certain path. Though I don't mind, I certainly hope this doesn't become a trend.

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Ze Tian Ji (Way of Choices) EPUB

11/30/2017 09:48:00 AM
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Ze Tian Ji is one of the most popular Xuanhuan series written by Mao Ni. Ze Tian Ji is, unlike many Xianxia novels, a work full of richness that's worthy of being a real book, and simply does not compare to his fellow fight grinding compatriots. It doesn't focus on fighting and cultivation but instead builds a world with its own issues, mysteries, and characters which each have different goals and evolve along with each other. Chen Chang Sheng is among if not the greatest Xianxia protagonist and his evolution is certainly the most interesting, being a frail human with actual difficulties in cultivation instead of a lucky go happily finding treasures at every corner of a street


To pick is to choose. This is a story about choices. Three thousand worlds full of gods and demons, with a Daoist scroll in your hand, you are able to control the entire universe…

At the beginning of time, a mystical meteor came crashing down from outer space and scattered all over the world. A piece of it landed on the Eastern Continent. There were mysterious totems carved upon the meteor. Through viewing these totems, mankind comprehended the Dao and established the Orthodoxy.

Several thousand years later, the fourteen years old orphan Chen Changsheng left his master to cure his illness and change his fate. He brought a part of a marriage vow with him to the capital, thus beginning the journey of a rising hero.

Series Information

Title Ze Tian Ji, Fighter of the Destiny (TV series),Way of Choices,ZTJ,择天记
Author Mao Ni (猫腻)
Rating 4.2 / 5.0, 967 votes
Genre Action Adventure Comedy Drama Fantasy Martial Arts Romance Xuanhuan
Publisher Qidian
Status 1251 Chapters (Completed)
Translator Gravity Tales

Table of Contents

  • Ze Tian Ji Book 1 - Youths We Were, Schoolmates [1-281] Download
  • Ze Tian Ji Book 2 - Do Not Say 'You Start Too Early' [282-424] Download
  • Ze Tian Ji Book 3 - The Thunderstorm Rises [425-503] Download
  • Ze Tian Ji Book 4 - Soon Dawn Will Break in the East [504-666] Download
  • Ze Tian Ji Book 5 - The Yellow Blooms of the Battlefield [667-695] incomplete Download

Series Reviews

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Review by 1withdanerf. Rated 5/5.

This novel is very entertaining. The world building and cultivation method are solid, but where it really shines are the characterization and the character interactions. It's very satisfying to read a novel where the side characters are fleshed out. Often times, I find myself chuckling at the dialogue.

One demerit, if you go into ZTJ expecting the MC go from lvl 1 to 100 promptly, forget about it. Still, though he's weak, doesn't mean he's useless.

Overall, I heavily recommend this novel.

Review by mrezman. Rated 5/5

Yes, this novel is slow. But it is not repetitive, and everything in each chapter is meaningful (unlike IET...). Although it may be frustrating that the novel has such a slow pace, the author's style is to slowly introduce concepts, characters, and foreshadow subtly as he is an actually accomplished writer. He introduces the world in awesome detail in a "show don't tell" manner. You get a much better feel for the world in this way. This means that he doesn't rush through stuff and doesn't introduce stuff like IET does in one chapter and it feels rushed and forced.

Everything is masterfully set up and planned. You can tell that the author had already planned for things to happen long, long in advance. For example, the thing with stars and how "the positions are relative."

This novel is really really beautifully poetic. It often centers around the MC's thoughts and moral dilemmas, and it isn't contrived like every other xianxia, in which it's an excuse to slaughter wantonly or stupidly gain power or whatever. The only thing that comes close is ISSTH, and honestly, it pales in comparison to Ze Tian Ji.

Although, one thing that I don't like about the novel (one of the only things) is how the people in the crowd always look at Chen Changsheng "with disdain" and "with scorn" and always think he's trash. It just doesn't make any sense and pisses me off. At a certain point, it's literally impossible to not see that Cheng Changsheng is the real deal. So, I will count off that. But it's still an insanely good novel and that part is only a really small part of it.

I think one of the reasons this novel is not as liked is that in its core, it's really not about being the strongest and getting revenge or getting girls or all that. It's about understanding yourself, surviving, peaceful living etc. The main character (which is one of my favorite main characters on this website) is calm, collected, and doesn't care about what others think. He is fair to everyone and isn't an asshole like many other MCs on this website who claim that they're righteous as they literally massacre an entire group of people.

Review by Katsono. Rated 5/5

The novel starts, unlike many other, with a really weak protagonist. But although he has no power, he's got a brain and, for once, a personality. Childish at times, smart at other, we see here a really detailed and complex character of fourteen years old evolving into a hostile world which might as well have been ours, as he's just a human being, a realistic one at that, and neither a twenty something transported to another world or the reincarnation of a mysterious elder. Not only is he great, but every other character around him is either likeable, be it his friends or his enemies, instead of being one-dimensional like many other novels, and this is what makes it really a worthy read.

Review by Appledrinker. Rated 5/5

The pace is slow and steady. If you enjoy reading the typical translated novels with “action to action to action” pace, this novel is probably not your cup of tea. If you can read and enjoy a normal English novel where characters are fleshed out and the world is developed over time, you'll be fine with the writing and pacing of this novel. There is a lot of world building, character development and character interactions and not nearly as much fighting as you would find in other translated novels. This novel contains the opposite type of characters found in other translated novels, which is extremely refreshing. There is no typical character in this novel. For example, there is no such thing as a typical "bad guy/powerful person" that wants to pick a fight with the main character for some small/abstract reason. The author does a wonderful job at giving/hinting at a reason that justifies their action. Character actions are done with reasoning such as fear, worry, peer pressure, or necessity. Characters are more realistic thanks to this. It is like many other translated Chinese web novels but with a slower pace, much more detail, much more logical reasoning, and well fleshed out individual characters that have understandable/relatable goals and ambitions

History’s Number 1 Founder EPUB

11/26/2017 08:50:00 AM
About History's Number 1 Founder: This is the story of a hapless everyday man who is transported to a world where one can become immortal if they cultivate themselves toward enlightenment but is unable to take his time to do so because unlike with other xianxia protagonists, he has a deadline that he received from an un-refusable quest (complete with supporting reality-breaking system) that requires him to be the founder of the Number #1 school within a year’s time upon pain of death.

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Thus started Lin Feng’s desperate battle for his own life in the cutthroat world of xianxia as he competes for resources and talent, only surviving based on his own modern knowledge of story cliches (enabling him to find the potential heroes while they’re underdogs before they get their big break), his own skill at bluffing and fast talking, and by taking advantage of the small cheats given to him by the very same quest system that is threatening to take his life upon failure.


He time-traveled and got a system but Lin Feng’s pressure is as big as a mountain.

System main quest: Ling Feng creates a school, establishing history’s number 1 sect, Ling Feng himself becoming the number 1 founder.

And so to become history’s number 1 founder Lin Feng started to work hard.

“Your name is Shi Tianhao? Natural born supreme king but it was stolen by your cousin. Now being raised in a little village your father placed you in? Come come come, come with master, we’ll let those people know that justice that is owed must be returned!”

“Your name is Xiao Yan? A genius in the past, now a loser. Your fiance even came over and humiliated you by breaking off the engagement? Come come come, come with master, we’ll let that brat know the meaning of don’t bully a youngster because he’s poor!”

“Your name is Zhu Yi? The bastard son of a marquis, suppressed by your father. Your mother was the previous saint but she was killed? Come come come, come with master, we’ll let your dad know the meaning of the world is big, fists are… no, reason is the biggest!”

Series Information

Title History’s Number 1 Founder
Author August Eagle
Rating 4.3 / 5.0 (419 votes)
Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Martial Arts,Xuanhuan
Publisher Qidian
Status 1485 Chapters (Complete)
Translator Qidian International


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Review by BillionJellyfish. Rated 5/5

  1. MC is from another world with a game system to fulfill certain quests so as not to die. The MC is extremely hilarious at times while being clever and adapts to situations in a humorous way. Rarely any "comedy" genres can actually make me laugh out loud, but this MC/author did a great job!
  2. The plot is very funny with MC trying to recruit disciples, so the storyline smoothly moves along. There are times when the story gets serious, but overall, it is a light novel.
  3. The interactions between the MC and the side characters is gold! If nothing else, read for the feels! This is the first novel I read outside of the "romance" genres cause I got sick of all those transmigration clichés and this novel is a gem!

Review by Slashs. Rated 5/5

This is a review after finishing the novel. The MC's goal is to create the most powerful sect ever. This is not his own goal at the start but something pushed on him by his own cheat. This cheat gives him "quests" related to this goal he has to complete with the threat of death.

Good points :
  • Comedy at the start is great.
  • Sect building is consistent from the beginning to the end, the sect building aspect is not pushed aside
  • Big Side characters (his direct disciples) are very developed, some are rascals, some are strict or easy going, cruel and so on. They have their own self-created martial arts and personalities. They are very distinct and they are not "empty puppets".
  • Even small side characters are great! They will have personalities, goals, enemies, friends. Eventually, the main disciples will have their own disciples and even those smaller side characters will have rivalries between each other, have their own mini-arcs, background. They'll fight for the sect and themselves.
  • For once the girls gets a real chance. They get real "screen time", some are tough and fierce and stand on their own.
  • The MC is very protecting of his disciple and very generous. It's a nice change.
  • Seeing the sect develop from a couple of people to hundreds or thousands with their own sect martial arts is very satisfying
    There are others sects, some friends, neutral, enemies and we get to see their stances and viewpoints and their own machinations. This means that even if he is in good term with a sect it doesn't mean that they are not looking out for their own benefits.

Bad Points :
  • There is not much tension. The MC will always win in an over the top fashion.
  • The MC is very lucky. This is usual in those novels. But for example one of the MC's cheat is a roulette that will give him a random item, the item he will receive will always play a huge role in the near future. He gets exactly what he needs every time, even if he doesn't know it yet.
  • While there is a lot of sect building stuff written, the focus is still heavily on the MC. We do get some quick peeks on Sect tournaments, sects fights, disciples recruitments and so on. But the author should have gone deeper into those aspects. I wanted to read more about how they were being taught, I wanted more POV chapters on the actual disciples. And so on.

This is a very good novel. I usually end up dropping CN novels after a few hundred chapters because it often gets too repetitive and boring. There is still repetitiveness here, particularly when it's about the MC cultivation and fights (which sadly is the biggest focus of the novel) but the other stuff makes up for it.

Review by Waffle. Rated 5/5.

Amazing novel; in which the author subverts the general 'MC seen as weak, but really strong' commonly found in xianxia or wuxia novels, and focuses more on the psychology of acting strong and tricking people. I found this read far more entertaining than the majority of currently translated xianxia and wuxia, which just focus on power and generally have repeating elements. Although this novel also takes some of these elements; it admits it and even adds characters from other novels for added comedy and effect. Overall: Genius.

Review by Diogenes. Rated 5/5.

This is a very enjoyable novel which plays on tropes pretty well. Its written in the perspective of a person who finds himself tasked with many quests leading up to him creating the number 1 sect in history. It's comical and witty, you should read it. Unfortunately, the pace of translation is quite slow (just look at the dates). This does not complement the pacing of the novel. I'll recommend catching up with the current chapter and stockpiling.

Review by Anonymousse. Rated 2/5.

"History number one troller" is a better title for this fanfic. Yes! This novel is categorized by me as fanfic. Because the author just using four different MC from other authors novels to make his story goes. Luckily those four MC are either from utter trash under average novel (*cough* btth), or lack readers unpopular novel (*cough* xian ni) otherwise all their fans will gonna go looking for this author and spit him to death... Summary: LF (the MC) is a scammer who robs other mc's op item and scam those foolish young naive little MC to become his slaves disciples (gonna pitied those four little MC whose gonna be drag down by their mediocre teacher's speed of cultivation just like four bunnies walk in line up behind a turtle) The gaming theme itself (mission, lottery, reward, etc) made this novel genre vague, neither xianxia or xuanhuan are fit to describe it. Overall, just view this as an average fanfic to waste some time. Action: mostly troll Storyline: absolutely fanfic, takes all kidnapped disciples background, mixed it a bit and goes from that. Romance: none so far Character growth: read the original novel for the four disciples, slow progress growth for LF (the mc). Future reading potential: a bit, not expecting much.

Table of Contents

  • History's Number 1 Founder - Book 1 [Chapter 01-100]
  • History's Number 1 Founder - Book 2 [Chapter 101-200]
  • History's Number 1 Founder - Book 3 [Chapter 201-300]
  • History's Number 1 Founder - Book 4 [Chapter 301-330 incomplete]


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Absolute Choice EPUB

11/17/2017 08:25:00 AM
Absolute Choice is a Chinese Novel series written by Pear Lands In The Autumn Spring and translated into English by CKTalon from Wuxiaworld.The novel is ongoing and is a refreshing novel about a young world-crosser to another dimension with an interesting system. It is unlike typical xianxia or xuanhuan, that this fantasy world is in modern times.
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A world filled with heroes with superpowers. A world attacked by calamity fiends. A modern world filled with wonders and dangers.

Shi Xiaobai, a child from normal Earth, walked into such a world, proclaiming to be its king. But at the first signs of danger, he is forced to make a choice, one which he cannot refuse for time would repeat, making him face the choice again.

He is not humble nor is he modest, but neither is he delusional. Yet, the Absolute Choice seems to make fun of him. Will the joke be on him or will he laugh at his opponents? There will be many watching his escapades, and there will be some joining him in his adventures.

To see through the world and to grasp its truth, that is the destiny of the King

Series Information

Author: Pear Lands In The Autumn Spring (梨落秋溪)
Title: Absolute Choice,绝对选项
Type: Xuanhuan
Genre: Action Adventure Comedy Drama Fantasy Martial Arts Mystery Xuanhuan
Rating: 3.7 / 5.0, 871 votes
Year: 2016
Status: 558 Chapters (Ongoing)
Publisher: Qidian
Translator(s): CKTalon @Wuxiaworld
EPUB: Wuxialand

Series Reviews

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Review by Zariox. Rated 4/5.

The MC is a bit annoying until you notice he's just a little chuunibyou. I mean, Absolute Choice is just like Noucome with all the humor and comedy, but also gore and 'kind-of' mature content. Yes, Shi Xiaobai may be a little smug and eccentric, but from the first chapter we read things like: "He was the strongest in his universe/He was a king above everyone else" etc, and yet he suddenly appears in the body of a 13yo kid who thinks he's overpowered?

As I said, if you get annoyed by the "This King"-sh*t, just treat it like you're reading a kid boasting, this novel is worth a read, try to read at least to chapter 5, chapters are short so don't worry.

Review by Endius

Originally, I'd have given Absolute Choice a 4/5 rating, or even 5/5. The beginning was fairly weak, yes, more similar to a fanfiction or a parody than anything else. However, I believe the author, Pear Lands in the Autumn Spring, suddenly decided to take the story more seriously and spiced things up. We were introduced to some pretty interesting plots and characters, and the battle scenes weren't half bad. Of course, there were some parts where the quality dropped, but the story still managed to keep itself interesting.

Personally, my favorite parts were Shi Xiaobai getting hold of Kali's corruption (loved her character), and the scenes with Dawn Li (even though her appearance is pretty much Saber from the Nasuverse). However, the author... managed to majestically fail later on. Not only did he throw filler chapters at out way time after time again (at least a 100 of those), he clearly started to drag on the story, with all of that random filler paragraphs, and the characters reacting to the random filler chapter, saying how they were random filler paragraphs (in other words, the author is clearly aware that what he's doing is unprofessional, yet he persists on doing it. Go figure).

There are also various immersion-breaks and over-explanation. Like the author suddenly mentioning, in the middle of an important, deep scene, how 'the author is a really awesome guy, so, of course, Villain A won't touch MC's girlfriend B). That's the definition of an anti-climax. It COMPLETELY breaks the flow. It's silly, dumb and ridiculous. And it happened countless times over the past few chapters.

Anyhow, with all of that flaws summed up together, I've lowered my rating from a mighty 5/5 to 1/0. If I could, I'd give it a negative one. Personally, I wouldn't recommend it. It turns into a huge disappointment later on. Unless the author gets his game together, it's not worth reading.

Review by Empress. Rated 4/5.

The absolute choice system made this story into something more intriguing and refreshing to read. MC is somewhat naive, dense, and very arrogant, but somewhat amusing. Too bad there are some characters from another fiction pop up here and there, but not the characters themselves, rather they are. you can call them... fake or second-rate imposter which somewhat ruined the story.
If you're fine with that shortcoming, then this is a great story to enjoy.

Review by ZhaWarudo. Rated 4/5

As the author or translator says you need to bear with it in the beginning, it may seem stupid, lame, cliche, w/e but later it all makes sense. The story gets really good after ~50 chaps and it follows a chunnibyou MC (there is a reason why he is such, explained in a tragic flashback so don't think he's just an idiotic shallow character). The first few characters are plagiarized for parody, not really funny though and the author realized that perhaps so he switched to originals. There seems to be a developing harem but actually there won't be, just funny situations where the MC gets caught seemingly doing something with a girl, but he isn't ofc and he barely knows what s*x is (no he isn't a wimpy bloke of wood, he is a bloke who doesn't care for s*x), and he won't know for a long time and only then with 1 girl perhaps, so harem haters worry not. Yea I know my sentences are mish mash but as long as I say the important things and fast, I'm not writing an essay for a grade here. Anyway, it's about funny shonen adventures in a sort of a One Punch Man world where the MC gets ridiculous quests he must fulfill.

Review by Ray-critique.Rated 2/5

While reading "absolute choice" I enjoyed the humor and the writing style is good, good translation, good description of battle scenes and lots of tension from reasonable situations, even good character development and personality. The problem is the further the author progressed it's as if he didn't know how to end the arc, and when it finally ended the chapters of description explaining how everything came to a close should've been understood when the arc was finished. Frankly for me and my general opinion when an author takes multiple chapters to explain how an arc ended is a failure as the reader shouldn't have to be told through filler the author should be able to inform you throughout the arc not when it is finished and readers are still wondering what the purpose and point of the story is 500+ chapters into a book.

Furthermore, after chapter 100 the humor is good but it's too much to my liking it's like the author wanted to make a comedy. Humor is good but not when it's forced. Another problem I had is the MC is impossible to take serious at any moment throughout the story. Frankly, I feel the author should go to writing comedies but doubt as the jokes became increasingly dull and I felt I was reading what a high school kid would say as a naughty joke to his friend.

Review by Nyururin. Rated 3/5.

This has to be one of the worst novels I have ever read. In fact, this might be the first time I felt so negativity towards a novel and I have been reading for at least 5 years.

Stolen characters, arcs that are over 100 chapters, the whole plot needlessly dragged out, later chapters are 90% fillers which serve absolutely no purpose even if you skip 20 chapters you still wouldn't miss anything and so much freaking unnecessary details which repeated at least 3 times in the same chapter

It has become a real chore to read this garbage. The authors writing skills absolutely suck so many unnecessary dialogues so many fillers
The beginning of the story was ok I would have given it 4 stars but now it has become absolute garbage I would even give it 0 stars if I could I wholeheartedly regret reading this novel and wasting so much of my time on it.

Review by Rasha14. Rated 5/5/

If you are looking for something of a light reading material with humor included then you should give this a try. As of late, this is not a harem kind of novel although the plot twists with the female protagonists is a fun read. I think most readers who do not prefer childish protagonists should avoid this. Anyway, this would really depend on your own preference. Personally, I am enjoying this novel. Thumbs up to the translators too with its fast release and quality translation.

Table of Contents

  1. Absolute Choice Book 1: Chapter 01-100
  2. Absolute Choice Book 2: Chapter 101-200
  3. Absolute Choice Book 3: Chapter 201-300
  4. Absolute Choice Book 4: Chapter 301-400
  5. Absolute Choice Book 5: Chapter 401-500
  6. Absolute Choice Book 6: Chapter 501-556 Incomplete


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Chaotic Sword God EPUB

7/15/2017 09:47:00 AM
Chaotic Sword God is a Chinese Novel series written by Xin Xing Xiao Yao and translated by Pipipingu.

Like most long Xianxia novels that are translated (translators tend to pick good novels), the authors improve as the story progresses. There is a boundary in most of these novels, once you get through it, you actually start enjoying the story.

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Jian Chen, the publicly recognized number one expert of the Jianghu. His skill with the sword went beyond perfection and was undefeatable in battle. After a battle with the exceptional expert Dugu Qiubai who had gone missing over a hundred years ago, Jian Chen succumbed to his injuries and died.

After death, Jian Chen’s spirit was transmigrated into a completely foreign world. Following an extremely fast growth, his enemies piled up one after another before becoming gravely injured once more.

On the gates of death, his spirit had mutated, and from that moment henceforth, he would tread on a completely different path of the art of the sword to become the sword god of his generation.

Strength System, from low to high — Saint, Great Saint, Saint Master, Great Saint Master, Earth Saint Master, Heaven Saint Master, Saint Ruler, Saint King, Saint Emperor

A Xuanhuan webnovel.

Series Information

  • Title: Chaotic Sword God, 混沌剑神
  • Author: Xin Xing Xiao Yao
  • Type: Chinese Novel
  • Genre: Action Adventure Fantasy Harem Martial Arts Mature Xuanhuan
  • Rating: 3.7 / 5.0, 952 votes
  • Status: 2160 Chapters (Ongoing)
  • Year: 2010
  • Translator: Pipipingu @Gravitytales
  • Epub by Wuxialand
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Series Reviews

Review might contain spoilers

Review by Sai47s

Interesting novel, easy to read. Great characters and describes their character. At one time the novel was not enough female characters, but the author is corrected. Enemies and their actions are consistent. As revenge the protagonist. It is not that much different from other similar products. But it is much better than many similar. Battles are breathtaking and you want to read more, on any available language to read. So what if the story is not? It does not matter, the main thing that was interesting! This is the whole point

Review by parthpatel1726

The thing about CSG is that initial is pathetic but everything improves later on story, romance, power. While the plot is indeed rinse and repeat kind. There are many good development over time. The mc also has his fare share of romance and girls and harem, even s.e.x, the start is definitely a bit boring but story definitely gets better later. If you can stick up to it that is.

Review by makenai89

Chaotic Sword God can be said as one of the most controversial Chinese novels in NU directory, for many reasons. There are shaky plots, cliche characters, plot armors, and so on. Read all the reviews here, and you'll get just how bad it is. I particularly dislike how the MC seemed to be easily diverted from his aim by anything that he meets on the way, how he seemed to be fishing troubles everywhere, also from the way the plot constructed in which he always gained something from his losses and use it to destroy his enemies. Once or twice is okay, but the repetitiveness of this story chafes reader’s enjoyment.

However, the world building and the author’s narrative was enthralling….probably. At least, those are the only things I can think of as the reasons why I’m hooked on it. It’s like drugs; you know it’s bad, but you want a dose of it anyway. I know some other (equally controversial) series that I’ve dropped and I’ll never pick again as their repetitiveness bored me. But CSG…well, my eyes are just always looking for the newest update…or if I managed to put it off for some time, then one day I’ll suddenly think, “What’s Jian Chen doing now?” and look at CSG again

Review by Azure

Chaotic Sword God really shines, I think, in its secondary characters. Jian Chen is already a relatively fully developed person and you watch him make his way through life in a strange world where nothing revolves around him. Whenever someone with a horrid personality appears, so too does someone whom you have some level of respect for.

There are even more characters that've been shown that are just going about their lives as they normally would if Jian Chen did not exist. Jian Chen does stupid things sometimes, but we forget that even though he's really a full grown man inside, he's used to being a tyranical sword master who could kill anyone in the world. He's been brought to a strange world that he doesn't fully understand the culture of, and he's trying to make his way through it with his own attitude brought from his original life. These fleshed-out side characters give the story a transient appeal with you knowing that the places Jian Chen has been will continue to be and will, in time, barely be any different overall for his presence. In a way, it feels as though a ronin was reincarnated in medieval Europe and is going from kingdom to kingdom. I think that's why I like this story so much; the impermanence of the main character. It feels very realistic.

Review by ShadowWizard

Amazing novel a slow one but amazing nonetheless Ruthless/Bad Ass MC who doesn’t give a shit who he pisses of / or kills as long as they don’t provoke him and a very well paced story considering this novel has 1,6k chapters and is ongoing so ye for some it will look slow and it is slow but better to be slow with a good story than some shit like MGA who repeats its entire story every 200-300 chapters all over again.

My personal rating will be a 5/5 but this novel is not perfect so around 3.5-4/5 will be very justified anything less is either not your type of novel or your just some idiot rating it low just coz you don’t want it to have more rating than the novel you like or some shit like that. Anyone with a brain can see that this novel dose not deserve to be rated lower than 3 trust me i have read novels that are lower than 3 and this is not it.

Review by rdawv

Standard xianxia, written with a bit more quality than other lesser-rated ones. Everything is standard, functional, gets the story moving. MC is cautious and ruthless, friendly to those who are frank and honest. The only thing that makes this story stand out from other titles is the combat. Instead of people floating around in the sky exchanging profound moves that split the heavens and cleave the mountains (though it might happen eventually), you have battles happening on a much smaller and faster scale. Imagine those kungfu films where you have people battling each other exchanging weapon strikes while running in the streets and jumping around rooftops, like watching the movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” but sped up.

The focal point of the story is the MC and only the MC. Side characters appear and disappear within an arc, time passes without any mention of what is happening beyond the MC. Power level rankings seem meaningless because the MC can defeat higher rankers (as in most stories), only to face the exact same scenario once he has broken through.

Like most similar titles, there are entire chapters (sometimes two in a row) with nothing but the MC’s powering up the process.

Dialogue is limited to the usual tropes, and many events are quite repetitive: there are multiple instances of the MC being interrupted while eating alone, for example. There isn’t a general plot except for the mystery of his maternal lineage, no idea as to the MC’s end goal except to get stronger, and no real antagonists have revealed themselves yet after 190 chapters. Many characters barely have a line or two of descriptions, letting the reader know “this character’s going to die soon”.

There is no hint of long-term relationships of worthwhile note, even his siblings merely exist as plot devices for the MC to showcase himself.

Other than the combat, there is nothing thus far that makes the story memorable if you read a lot of xianxia. But if you’re a newcomer looking to sink time into something, this is a decent pick. It’s a fully functional, decently written xianxia that focuses on the protagonist. And killing via slashing/piercing the throat. Always the throat.

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I am the Monarch EPUB

6/18/2017 08:13:00 PM
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I am the Monarch is a Korean Web Novel series written by Cheol Jonggeum (철종금) and translated by KobatoChanDaisuki.

I am the Monarch is a travel back in time novel.

The Mc is a 20 years experienced solider in his past life and died without fulfilling his wish to become a general. He reincarnated back in the past when he had just entered the army

Roan, the mc uses his brains & the information he got from the future a lot in the story. He is looking forward to build his own troops and is earning merits in the chapters I have reached, raising his rank. This is one of the few interesting war novels, best comparison I can give is the manga Kingdom, although Roan is a very different character compared to Shin of Kingdom. Roan is a stable, cool-headed person. His experience made him calm and unflustered in any situations. Even if the future may change as he intervents in the past.

I am the Monarch Synopsis

Roan who ran away 20 years ago from the rural village in the aim of becoming a Great General who will rule the world.

However, all he got 20 years later was just a handful of money and a low position that is a 1st legion’s spearman.

At the end, he becomes a cold corpse in the battlefield.

But somehow, he came back in the past.

“Alright. This time, I won’t become a Great General but a Monarch.”

His previous life’s aim was becoming a Great General.

But, he only became a spearman.

This time, his life’s aim is becoming the Monarch.

“Then I guess I’d become at least a general, right?”

Roan who remembers what happened the 20 years.

Now starts his unstoppable march in becoming a Monarch.

Series Information

  • Author: Cheol Jonggeum (철종금)
  • Title: 나는 군주다
  • Type: Korean Web Novel
  • Genre: Action Adventure Drama Fantasy Martial Arts Psychological Romance Shounen Supernatural
  • Rating: 4.5 / 5.0, 578 votes
  • Year: 2016
  • Status: 309 Chapters (Ongoing)
  • Publisher: Murpia
  • Translator: KobatoChanDaisuki
  • NU Pages
  • EPUB: Wuxialand

Series Reviews

Review by GogoInTheA55
This novel is everything I would like from a return to the past kind of novel. We know a little about the world outside of the kingdoms surrounding the lake. It is very amusing to see the world expand and new foes arrive one after the other, right now the MC may seem smart, but as the story progresses it will change.

Smart people are everywhere, each more heinous than the other. The MC will lose in mind games and even lose his men, but he will learn from his mistakes, like he did during his rebirth.

His return to past has caused a butterfly effect, so except the initial stage, he knows nothing(Except the personality of some famous individuals). And from what I had read, there is a reason for Roan to come back to the past if you want to know the reason.

Pierce(MC's friend and spear genius) obtains a treasure that reverts the time to a particular day for a individual. And this will happen soon in the story(When he again finds this treasure).

The characters are smart, they don't just blindly follow the MC, some come to him because seeing his potential and knowing the profits they may be achieve.

I won't say much about the romance, but it is there in all the military building sim, wars and politics. We have already seen some glimpse of it here and there, but those tit bit of information will come together and create a strong romance.

SO I only want to say this is a good novel, I generally write reviews to talk shit about novels that I don't like... but I thought once in a while I should write something good too

Review by woo00154
Personally, I think Release That Witch is much superior (in both writing and translation), but this is nice, too.

Since the translator for RTW is out due to his personal circumstances, I ended up reading this in English, even though I already read this in Korean.

I'll try to be as fair as possible on this review...


Fun to read, and mc is OP. I would recommend others to read. The author knows how to skip technical stuff if he is not familiar with it, rather than trying to make up shit to sound smart. However, this does cause MC's cool "accomplishments" to look a bit shallow. Heavily focused on the feelings/thoughts of the characters at each event, which is quite refreshing.

  • The pacing of the story is very well done, and it never drags too much in an arc.
  • Though mc is OP, it's all rather reasonable how he became to be one, with plenty of growth shown through out the novel.
  • Still uses the good old fantasy genre, yet the settings are not quite boring.
  • Short and concise sentences also makes it very easy to read.
  • The translator, Subak, has turned military comradery into yaoi, making this whole series feel extremely weird as it keeps shifting tones between intense/emotional battle and gay romance. I was particularly disturbed by this.
  • I will also say that the translations are not proof-read (even though it claims that they are). I am actually quite mad at the quality of translation as I've read this in both Korean and English. And yes, Korean one is much better.
  • This is not translator's fault, but sound effects cannot be translated well, and there are crap load of them.
  • The so-called emotional scenes sometimes may seem a bit forced and excessive.
  • The author has limited use of vocab, and just to display how anxious the MC is, the MC ends up biting his lips over 100 times throughout the novel. I thought it was a joke when I read this in other reviews, but this really does show up too frequently.

Review by Just Sam Random Guy

A time-related/reincarnation story that has actual butterfly effect. Although some novels depict this phenomenon as well, most of them are just bad, negligible, or "doesn't matter because I reincarnated and I know everything". While this novel is not perfect, it is better than most cultivation/power-up stories.

This novel starts with the typical "I know what happened at X time, and what would happen next at X time, and so on...", but later on, the butterfly effects are slowly shown, and they are clearly TOLD and SHOWN.

The deviation on the events are clearly differentiated, and some of them even affects major characters' decisions and actions. These deviations,so far, are not just some pebbles on the road but acts as tests for the MC's capabilities.

There are also casualties which indicates that he is no god, that not everything is going to go according to plan, and that just because he reincarnated, he can now magically save everyone.

Oh yeah, did I mention told and shown?

Yes, the author tells and shows the story. Although not perfect, but still way better than most similar themed novels.

The problem with most novels I read is that they TELL TOO MUCH without showing just much.


Narration: This MC is super strong. He is 1000+ years old. Peak existence. Uber cool dude. Number 1 public figure. Definitely not a petty person.

MC: I f*** ur mom last night! *brain fart*

Me: Well f*** me.

The story so far is simple and easy to follow, granted that there are just tens of chapters released, but it is getting more interesting and that the potential is good in this one.

It is still in the relatively early parts of the story, but dry and wet shit are already starting to get thrown at the MC. I just wish that the author can maintain or even improve the quality throughout the remainder of the novel.

Another good thing is that some things are IMPLICITLY narrated, to allow us readers to use our brain work even if just a little. Unlike some novels, where the authors assume that the readers have potatoes as brains, and that we need to be constantly reminded which way is left and which way is right.

Review by Jacobpaige
Its an okay series if you can look past its two major flaws:
  1. The author seems to be convinced that its impossible for anyone to do anything intelligent if they aren't the MC or following the orders of the MC. This strict adherence to the MC's monopoly on working brains is only broken on very rare occasions that can be counted on one hand with fingers to spare.
  2. The author doesn't really think about the things that he writes. This leads to massive logical flaws, particularly in battles. If you actually try to imagine the things he describes, you'll soon realize that they're impossible as they would require armies to be able to teleport and individuals to be able to grow hands and materialize weapons that they have no right having without anyone noticing anything strange.

Review by CodeZero
A story about a soldier who had aimed to become a general, only to die partway, having been unable to achieve his dreams. Yet when he is given another chance by being sent back in time to when he just started his journey as a soldier, he must use his experience to fulfill the goal he had previous set, as well as a newer, grander achievement - becoming the Monarch. What's interesting about this novel is that while the MC does have knowledge about 'future events,' because of him changing the timeline by doing things differently, the butterfly effect comes into play, making his knowledge less valuable. Then, as he goes deeper and deeper into the alternate timeline, he has to rely less on his knowledge of his original timeline and instead use his experience to deal with new challenges. Furthermore, because he has set up the goal of becoming a monarch, more than just dealing with fighting, wars and the development of his own personal strength, he also has to focus on gaining loyal followers, developing them, as well as improve what will become his new kingdom. Very well written in my opinion, and so far, a great read.

Review by theunionjunktion
This novel is near perfect in my opinion. Excellent military strategy, good use of plot devices and most important it is interesting. The MC is not a prodigy but he is smart making it easier to relate to him yet still be impressed, he is driven and knows when to get serious and when to relaxsmartbuilds his squad well and is quite good at adjusting. If you want a combination of excellent battle tactics, a good plot and an MC who makes sense them this is your book. Especially if u enjoyed any of the following books- Moonlight Sculptor, Ark, Terror Infinity, Immortal God Emperor, Heavenly jewel change and Shen Yin Wang Zuo

Review by IcyImmortal
It's been only 50+ chapters, but so far it is becoming one of my favorite novels. To start off, the MC was someone who aspired to be a great general, to only come short and die on the the battlefield. In his next chance he aims even higher, a monarch, in hopes to meeting a middle ground with fate. Like your typical second chance novels, the story is akin to a gamer that found some hints and tricks to help with their play through. The MC is the similar way, using his past knowledge to acquire power and protect those he cares about. There's no abundance of antagonists with fragile egos(so far) so rest assured if you are not into that kind of stuff. Those that do try to get in his way just become irrelevant in the next few chapters. The MC is all about the bigger picture so he doesn't hesitate to put himself in the spotlight in hopes for a faster promotion. No romance at the moment, the MC is focused on his career as a soldier. And some of the things that happened in the past are changed because of the MC's involvement. All in all, if you are looking for a nice novel with a spear user. This is it.

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