World of Cultivation EPUB

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World of Cultivation is a Xianxia series written by Fang Xiang (方想) and translated by Dreams of Jianghu.

The story follows Zuo Mo as a farmer with a mysterious past with foreshadowing all up in his business, to begin with, its mainly all about the money. He is greedy and knows no shame, through a series of unlikely events he gets a spirit grampa and enters a sect and begins his life as a cultivator.

He slowly rises in importance and as the world becomes embroiled in a war between humankind and the Yaomo he develops his own faction and rises in power.

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World of Cultivation Synopsis

World of Cultivation is the tale of a disgruntled young man and his quest to be the best farmer he can be, at least if it wasn’t for those annoying people who keep getting in the way of his pursuit of agricultural excellence.

Will conspiring forces turn him into a sword cultivator, or will he manage to throw off the shackles of fate and grow the best darn crops in the sect? Those air-headed cultivators dream of too much nonsense and don’t know how to live properly, they need to get a real job to earn some jingshi for a living like a normal person.

Series Information

  • Author: Fang Xiang
  • Title:World of Cultivation,Xiuzhen Shijie,修真世界
  • Type: Web Novel (CN)
  • Genre: Action Adventure Comedy Fantasy Martial Arts Xianxia
  • Rating: 4.5 / 5.0, 876 votes
  • Year: 2010
  • Status: 915 Chapters (Completed)
  • Publisher: zongheng
  • Translator: Dreams of Jianghu
  • EPUB: Wuxialand

Series Reviews

by ReadingDigest
This novel is an example of what an author could achieve with proper brainstorming. Every turn in the plot is justified and written with forethought; the characters felt organic and are integrated well into the story. Even for the most nondescript character, you get a sense that they have a story to tell. Antagonists aren't just power-tripping muscle heads--there's no real villain in the traditional sense of the word. The action scenes aren't repetitive or gratuitous but progressed the story forward in a meaningful way.

Get your fill of mindless action elsewhere and read this novel for a genuinely good story

Review by Mudassir
Pure awesomeness

Loved it. Shrewdness. Thought process. And all other aspects of every character is extremely lifelike. Totally relatable. The author doesn't give stupid justifications for a personality. People don't always have to be complete saints and/or devils every one is scrapping off enough just to cover their own butts and protective of their own stuff. Clear distinction between Arrogance and ignorance.

Hope for more releases!

Review by 08phamann
First 200 chapters or so, when he's still relatively weak, was boring af. I almost dropped it multiple times because I just couldn't get over how much he loved money... But I have to say that I'm glad I kept on reading. IMO, the story and his character development really starts to take shape when he starts to form his own little band of fighters to escape Little Mountain Jie, and in the end, they end up staying loyal and following him. This sets the tone for the rest of the chapters, with him gaining strength and him getting more followers. Also, Gongsun Cha is awesome.

Review by jkmessah
I am tired of most Xianxia. It seems to have lost it's novelty for me. Then I stumbled upon this gem.

I'll have you know, I only binge read 401 chapters in like 2.5 days. I didn't sleep through the night. This is truly an eye opener on what a proper novel, a properly well thought out Xianxia could be. I was disappointed that I did not find this sooner, but I'm glad I could binge almost half the story.

Let's get on with the review.
Freaking amazing, hilarious but not forced. Unique and 3 dimensional characters that you care about. Common tropes used with shockingly good thought helps you from getting tired or bored. He takes common tropes and flips it like a hawt pancake. The pacing is absolutely wonderful. I enjoy reading the peaceful times and tense when reading the battle scenes. I don't find a single moment boring.

The world building starts out slow. You first know just about as much as the MC. As he grows, his knowledge and environment slowly expands. The details bring it life and the cultivation, the different groups and their interaction with one another is well thought out. If you like large scale wars between two big groups, then this really could be for you!

Zuo Mo is the most interesting character I've read in a while. His love of Jingshi and that hard-working personality is really quite believable. Characters grow, but sometimes some MCs kind of lose their original personality. NOT OURS THOUGH. Such a pragmatist that would survive well anywhere. For a Xianxia novel, he must be a saint compared to other Kill-first-questions-later MCs. But he's not a saint because it's the right thing to do, but because it makes money! How he unknowingly gain respect and friends is amusing to read.

The side characters. Oh my. There are so many you think you'd lose track of who. But you don't. You might need a nudge of reminder, but the side characters each have their story and devotion that you can't forget them unless you tried. They aren't cardboard pieces of each common tropes. People can actually change!!! Notice the excitement in that.

When was the last time some snotty ass conceited side character who disses and bullies the MC ever get a second chance? Luo Li my man, I'm looking at you! You make me proud! You bring hope to snotty brats!

There is an overarching goal I suppose, but it's so grand and far away, it's not the main focus atm. The arcs are all interesting, each with a goal in mind. It's not some random travel and discover, beat new enemies there, level up. The characters grow stronger together, but not at a crazy, ridiculous, are-you-sure-this-makes-sense kind of pace. Man, how I appreciate a weaker MC that grows stronger at his own pace.

As we get to later chapters, I realize that Zuo Mo is good at delegating. Not a perfect leader from the get go, but he is so resilient that he doesn't mind learning from others, namely, his subordinates. He has trust. Especially in the later chapters. MCs tend to be quite literally, gods. They can do anything and everything. Zuo Mo can't. And he knows it, embraces it and uses it to great advantage. Truly refreshing!

ROMANCE! Let me just warn you that if you came to read this because of that tag, be warned that 401 chapters in, there is absolutely no romance. Unless of course you count the MCs immense LOVE of money. Maybe that's why the tag is there...

I can't find enough good things to say, and maybe that's cause I rushed to write this as soon as I caught up. I don't know if anyone would read such a long review, but I feel better now that I've shared my thoughts. I must make a special mention for the translating team who does such a wonderful, wonderful job. I can't believe this is updated daily. The quality of translation is superb, and I love the little TL notes at the end. Truly a 5/5 experience.

Updated on 22/11/2017. Restyled all epubs. Book 6, 7 and 8 uploaded

Table of Content

  • Volume 1: Money Grubbing Madman [Chapters 1-78]
  • Volume 2: A Problematic Youth [Chapters 79-155]
  • Volume 3: Seeking Survival On A Desolate Island [Chapters 156-226]
  • Volume 4: Zuo Mo’s Counterattack [Chapters 227-319]
  • Volume 5: Charge Out of the Ancient Battlefield [Chapters 320-500]
  • Volume 6: [Chapter 501-600]
  • Volume 7: [Chapter 601-700]
  • Volume 8: [Chapter 701-782 incomplete]

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