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  • The Rainbow World

    The Rainbow World

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    Sayo Ran loved reincarnation stories. At least, until he was reincarnated himself. Finding himself in a world in the future, with no knowledge of how he got there, he was even more distressed to find that he had no special powers or abilities. This was made even more distressing when he found that everyone in the new world knew magic. Well, everyone except him. What's the secret behind the magic in this future world? Where has all the technology gone? Will he ever seduce that girl he has his sights on? These are all questions that'll probably never be answered if the author doesn't win this competition.

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Rageshot: Yeah, but i dont think it really matters, the novel is very predictable anyway, its more the unique ways ZX always uses to solve the problem and the ways the others react that makes it so interesting to read than what actually becomes the problem, if it where like everyother cultivation novel i wouldnt read to this point

Library of Heaven's Path · C1577
5 days ago

StarveCleric: In order to run away, she had to seal her cultivation, and the sealing of her memory was an unintended side effect.

Secondly, if you agree that it was fine for her to run away, why would you blame her for it afterward? It's not her intention to place herself in danger. Also, of course, it would be wonderful to have heroes in times of need, but to impose the idea of "You need to sacrifice yourself to fulfill everyone else" is really tragic though. Everyone always feels that it's a given for one to sacrifice himself for the collective good as long as the sacrifice isn't him or her.

Thirdly, she has never used her engagement as a weapon to marry ZX. ZX was the one who approached her. Remember how she didn't even know ZX was the young prodigy? Afterward, she even got Luo Xuanqing to verify time and time again that ZX was truly willing and knew of her true identity? To be fair, ZX has never rejected her sternly either, which probably helped her to reignite those expectations. She heard that ZX has a girlfriend, but things do change over time. I don't think it's wrong for her to bear expectations. I don't think that it would be logical for her to run away when her dream is right within reach. Even if it turns out to be false in the end, why would she give up on the chance that it might come true?

Library of Heaven's Path · C1577
5 days ago

SmilingReader: While this drama is happening the guests are eating popcorn and watching with great anticipation 🍿🤩🥤

Library of Heaven's Path · C1577
5 days ago

AzureWater: ugh i still hate how someone dropped this spoiler five hundred or so chapters ago

Library of Heaven's Path · C1577
5 days ago

LordCuddles: Sun Qiang hears that Yang shi called Zhang Xuan his senior then Sun Qiang went super saiyan and gathered Zhang Xuan's students to go defeat the otherworldly demon emperor because if even Yang shi calls him senior then his butler must be at least that strong.

Library of Heaven's Path · C1573
1 week ago

Voidraig: Actually it... was me Dio!!!

Library of Heaven's Path · C1573
1 week ago

SmilingReader: Must be nice in having your own generator to power your teleporter not that Mama Meng minds since she can spend some quality bonding time with Zhang Xuan 😄

Library of Heaven's Path · C1573
1 week ago

RenegadeForLife: Yang Shi: Behold the Seal of the Temple of Confucius. It can only be opened through the power of space and time. Some say that it is impossible, but I know that someday...
Zhang Xuan: I opened it while you were talking.
Yang Shi: What the f***? HOW?
Zhang Xuan: I kicked it...
Yang Shi: But what about the power of time and space.
Zhang Xuan: My foot moved through space over time. I guess that counts... Also I'm not paying for this.
Yang Shi:...

Library of Heaven's Path · C1567
1 week ago
They did call her name. Her real name is Luo Yuxin. The other name was a fake name that she used while she was hiding from her Clan. View More

Ponty: even after having a scene where she talk to her brother and her personal butler, they still didn't call her actual name


this author sure loves to troll his readers 😓

Library of Heaven's Path · C1558
2 weeks ago

AzureWater: Teleport Formation
Take me home
to the place
where I belongggg
Zhang Clan Estate
Slapping Face mates
Take me home
Teleport Formation

Library of Heaven's Path · C1557
2 weeks ago
I fail to see how adding ZX's parents to the mix might help to defuse the situation.
They'll only make it worse XD View More

rogue01pk: Who wants to bet Yang-shi is back with ZX’s parents to defuse the situation?

Library of Heaven's Path · C1544
3 weeks ago

AzureWater: All these calculations while implanting meridians to his disciple


all while being lowprofile and humble

Truly OP

Library of Heaven's Path · C1531
3 weeks ago
Hill and Lloyd sound like idiots View More
I Am Legend · C4
3 weeks ago

TribeOfOne: This author's idea of writing a webnovel for self-insertion and self-fulfilment completely clashes with the concept of western novels. While its true that this kind of self-insert genre tends to get a lot of shallow readers who will quickly pick up your novel, the readers are also quite shallow in that they will happily drop a novel if it gets too tedious or the leaps of logic are too overboard. This article is basically telling you how to create a Mary Sue character.

Book of Authors · C2
4 weeks ago

Tispower: Dear diary it has been 3.625 seconds since I finished the last chapter. With an abrupt harrumph, a dark streak crosses my face and a frown forms on my forehead. I roll over and quickly flick with my finger... alas no new chapters. A sorrowful moan escapes my lips and my soul shatters a little more. It has been 2 minutes and 3.625 seconds and I have refreshed the chapter no less than 20 times. Tears of chaotic turmoil form on my bleeding heart. One more chapter, one more beautiful shining star to guide the way, but no unread chapters appear.... A mass release could see us through the cold night with our spirts shining like the morning star a thousand times over.
We stand like lifeless shadows in a daze, a flickering will just about to dissipate. Watching, waiting for a sign....

Heavens path shameless art.

P.s we love you Starevcleric and Millie.

Library of Heaven's Path · C1523
4 weeks ago

EYC: Wow Yang Xuan really won out. Think this might be the first time ZX has actually put someone on the same generational level as himself

Library of Heaven's Path · C1523
4 weeks ago

quins: Faceslap ammunition checklist:

•He is the Sanctum Head
•His students are: (Arriving soon)
-Progeny of Combat (Zheng Yang)
-Master of Poison Hall (Wei Ruyan)
-Soul Oracle (Lu Chong)
-Patriarch of Yuan Clan (Yuan Tao)
-Guild Leader of Spirit Awakener Guild (Wang Ying)
-Yoing Court Chief of Glacier Plain Court (Zhao Ya)
•Probably the genius of Zhang Clan

Waiting for Yang shi's response on what their relationship is.... We are getting ready boys! 😂😂😂

Library of Heaven's Path · C1522
4 weeks ago

Mamegoma16: But don’t talk about him.... I heard he likes to maintain a low profile...

Library of Heaven's Path · C1517
1 month ago

lafriel: Zhang xuan? No no, you've mistaken me for someone else for I am Wu zhangxuan. Though I have heard that zhangxuan is a great guy.

Library of Heaven's Path · C1517
1 month ago

Zarivon: Wu Zhangxuan? I really hope that name is more different in Chinese than English...Otherwise that level of an alias is at the level of a 3 year old.

Library of Heaven's Path · C1517
1 month ago

TribeOfOne: This novel is far from perfect. Its main selling point is a fairly well done overpowered female protagonist. On the other hand, its main weaknesses are a terrible sense of blind Chinese nationalism, the weirdly stupid mind games that all the characters face, as well as the complete lack of research the author has done on any of the subjects presented in the novel.

I first began reading this novel both because of the amazing review score it had, as well as for a cross-dressing protagonist. The story starts off quite well, with a female lead who dies in her own world but is pulled into reincarnating into a future world because of a "grandpa teacher"-like spiritual entity inside her mind. It continues on to quite hilarious descriptions of her mother and the other characters around her as she slowly progresses through life pretending to be a boy in order to be able to inherit her father's inheritance and legacy.

The characters in the novel, up to the point I've read, are quite interesting. They're all varied in personality and working through their own motivations as they interact with our heroine Ling Lan. We have an overbearing mother character, a kind grandpa figure who's also a hidden ninja, a stupid yet competent AI assistant, as well as a wide range of friends that collect around her. Yet the most interesting character is still the MC Ling Lan, who despite being an incredibly talented girl pretending to be a boy, only has the single objective of having a normal life and ultimately giving birth to the most talented child possible.

Another aspect of this author that I really like is her skill in describing battles. The author has a natural talent for describing and directing melee fights between individuals. While there isn't much focus on any actual martial arts or actual techniques, the author still does a good job with understanding the capabilities and physical limits of the human body and expressing the fights as a natural and fluid manner. However, at the same time, the author is quite terrible at understanding the limitations of non-human entities.

This brings me to one of the main areas where the author has been negligent - her research into science fiction. This is undoubtedly a science-fiction work, but this novel does nothing more than throw around the jargon without understanding what any of it actually is. Ling Lan's "AI Assistant", named Little Four, is more of a little kid than an AI. At times he's smart and competent, but most of the time he's nothing more than a little kid throwing a tantrum (though this adds to the comedy). As things go, this is a terrible trait for any AI assistant to have. Next, there are the mechas. While I congratulate the author for adding the detail that the main obstacle for a mecha pilot is being able to withstand the G-forces of the constant accelerations the vehicle has to face, at the same time I also have to blame the author for not understanding the slightest bit about the mechas themselves. When faced with a complicated system like a humanoid robot, she believes that it's only possible to completely control such a robot using hand motions to individually manipulate each joint of the robot, causing a huge amount of stress on the hand-speed of the operators. She has completely refused the idea that such systems might use computer assistance to automate the processes, and views AI in controlling robots as a bad thing. This is only annoying when you consider that any AI system as advanced as the ones in this story should be able to pilot these mechas far better than any human operator ever could. In addition, there are several instances where weapons are magically enhanced by the addition of an AI into them, breaking out of physical limitations that they should not have ever been able to break out of.

Ultimately, while this is a science-fiction story, it's also a terrible example of the science-fiction genre as it completely fails to understand the implications, uses, and limitations of the very technology it introduces.

On a related note is the idea that kids mature much faster than in the past. In the story, it's completely understandable that kids are much more physically developed because of the various gene-stimulating agents and chemical therapies that they undergo from a young age. However, at the same time, there is no explanation for why 6-year-old kids have the same level of mental maturity and genius as a grown man. Right from the beginning, we see 6-year-olds engaged in mind-games and politics against each other. This would be okay if the story presented some form of explanation for why these kids have such mental stimulation, but if we just look at the experiences of the MC Ling Lan, there is no instance where the kids undergo any kind of mental augmentation at all. Even for Ling Lan, there is no explanation for why the "learning space" provided by her AI assistant expects 6-month-old children to be able to understand the human language and also start playing mind-games against trained military instructors in order to obtain training.

One of the more annoying aspects of the story is the author's obsession with Chinese nationalism. Right from the beginning, we are made to understand that the new Federation is just the author's idea of a Chinese space empire. Later on, we learn that their main enemies are the Empire, which is overtly declared to be a Japanese colonial space empire, signaled by their use of the rising sun as their symbol and how their commanders all use childish Japanese words in the middle of the military talks to further clue the readers to that fact. The author also makes it clear of her vehement hate for the Japanese in several passages where she references the Nanking Massacre. The Japanese troops are always dressed in black, have black mechas, and are blamed for a lot of the faults in the government because of their agents who have infiltrated the Chinese government. In addition, the Japanese commanders are portrayed as incompetent egotistical maniacs who know nothing about their own troops and have to rely on their subordinates to make decisions for them. The Empire is very clearly a stand-in to express the author's own rage against the Japanese.

The author also has a terrible habit of releasing spoilers in the middle of the story. It's as if the author is constantly afraid that her readers can't understand the implications of things, as she often reveals what will happen in the later chapters as an implication of the decisions that are taken in the current chapter. For example, very early into the story, in the middle to talking about Ling Lan's father's legacy, the author directly tells us that her father is not actually dead and will return in a later chapter, directly spoiling a major part of the story for us.

Overall, this story is cute and humorous. It fits into the standard trope of female-oriented CN novels where we see an overpowered female lead who plays mind-games to defeat all her opponents. However, don't come into this story expecting to find any actual science-fiction elements, competent villains, or extremely consistent internal logic.

It's Not Easy to Be a Man After Travelling to the Future
1 month ago
Reading Status: C210
This novel is far from perfect. Its main selling point is a fairly well done overpowered female protagonist. On the other hand, its main weaknesses are a terrible sense of blind Chinese nationalism, the weirdly stupid mind games that all the characters face, as well as the complete lack of research the author has done on any of the subjects presented in the novel.

I first began reading this novel both because of the amazing review score it had, as well as for a cross-dressing protagonist. The story starts off quite well, with a female lead who dies in her own world but is pulled into reincarnating into a future world because of a "grandpa teacher"-like spiritual entity inside her mind. It continues on to quite hilarious descriptions of her mother and the other characters around her as she slowly progresses through life pretending to be a boy in order to be able to inherit her father's inheritance and legacy.

The characters in the novel, up to the point I've read, are quite interesting. They're all varied in personality and working through their own motivations as they interact with our heroine Ling Lan. We have an overbearing mother character, a kind grandpa figure who's also a hidden ninja, a stupid yet competent AI assistant, as well as a wide range of friends that collect around her. Yet the most interesting character is still the MC Ling Lan, who despite being an incredibly talented girl pretending to be a boy, only has the single objective of having a normal life and ultimately giving birth to the most talented child possible.

Another aspect of this author that I really like is her skill in describing battles. The author has a natural talent for describing and directing melee fights between individuals. While there isn't much focus on any actual martial arts or actual techniques, the author still does a good job with understanding the capabilities and physical limits of the human body and expressing the fights as a natural and fluid manner. However, at the same time, the author is quite terrible at understanding the limitations of non-human entities.

This brings me to one of the main areas where the author has been negligent - her research into science fiction. This is undoubtedly a science-fiction work, but this novel does nothing more than throw around the jargon without understanding what any of it actually is. Ling Lan's "AI Assistant", named Little Four, is more of a little kid than an AI. At times he's smart and competent, but most of the time he's nothing more than a little kid throwing a tantrum (though this adds to the comedy). As things go, this is a terrible trait for any AI assistant to have. Next, there are the mechas. While I congratulate the author for adding the detail that the main obstacle for a mecha pilot is being able to withstand the G-forces of the constant accelerations the vehicle has to face, at the same time I also have to blame the author for not understanding the slightest bit about the mechas themselves. When faced with a complicated system like a humanoid robot, she believes that it's only possible to completely control such a robot using hand motions to individually manipulate each joint of the robot, causing a huge amount of stress on the hand-speed of the operators. She has completely refused the idea that such systems might use computer assistance to automate the processes, and views AI in controlling robots as a bad thing. This is only annoying when you consider that any AI system as advanced as the ones in this story should be able to pilot these mechas far better than any human operator ever could. In addition, there are several instances where weapons are magically enhanced by the addition of an AI into them, breaking out of physical limitations that they should not have ever been able to break out of.

Ultimately, while this is a science-fiction story, it's also a terrible example of the science-fiction genre as it completely fails to understand the implications, uses, and limitations of the very technology it introduces.

On a related note is the idea that kids mature much faster than in the past. In the story, it's completely understandable that kids are much more physically developed because of the various gene-stimulating agents and chemical therapies that they undergo from a young age. However, at the same time, there is no explanation for why 6-year-old kids have the same level of mental maturity and genius as a grown man. Right from the beginning, we see 6-year-olds engaged in mind-games and politics against each other. This would be okay if the story presented some form of explanation for why these kids have such mental stimulation, but if we just look at the experiences of the MC Ling Lan, there is no instance where the kids undergo any kind of mental augmentation at all. Even for Ling Lan, there is no explanation for why the "learning space" provided by her AI assistant expects 6-month-old children to be able to understand the human language and also start playing mind-games against trained military instructors in order to obtain training.

One of the more annoying aspects of the story is the author's obsession with Chinese nationalism. Right from the beginning, we are made to understand that the new Federation is just the author's idea of a Chinese space empire. Later on, we learn that their main enemies are the Empire, which is overtly declared to be a Japanese colonial space empire, signaled by their use of the rising sun as their symbol and how their commanders all use childish Japanese words in the middle of the military talks to further clue the readers to that fact. The author also makes it clear of her vehement hate for the Japanese in several passages where she references the Nanking Massacre. The Japanese troops are always dressed in black, have black mechas, and are blamed for a lot of the faults in the government because of their agents who have infiltrated the Chinese government. In addition, the Japanese commanders are portrayed as incompetent egotistical maniacs who know nothing about their own troops and have to rely on their subordinates to make decisions for them. The Empire is very clearly a stand-in to express the author's own rage against the Japanese.

The author also has a terrible habit of releasing spoilers in the middle of the story. It's as if the author is constantly afraid that her readers can't understand the implications of things, as she often reveals what will happen in the later chapters as an implication of the decisions that are taken in the current chapter. For example, very early into the story, in the middle to talking about Ling Lan's father's legacy, the author directly tells us that her father is not actually dead and will return in a later chapter, directly spoiling a major part of the story for us.

Overall, this story is cute and humorous. It fits into the standard trope of female-oriented CN novels where we see an overpowered female lead who plays mind-games to defeat all her opponents. However, don't come into this story expecting to find any actual science-fiction elements, competent villains, or extremely consistent internal logic. View More
It's Not Easy to Be a Man After Travelling to the Future
1 month ago

AzureWater: Enchant all the friggen master teacher pavillions


lmao Wang Ying surely has taken after her teacher

Library of Heaven's Path · C1516
1 month ago

SmilingReader: Weapons, Physical Strength, Poison, Soul and Spirit. Long ago they lived in harmony til someone mistreated their teacher. Now destruction follows their wake as they avenge him. Only Zhang Xuan the Master of them all has the power to quell their rage but when they needed him the most he goes off and impersonates someone again...😅

Library of Heaven's Path · C1516
1 month ago

EYC: From Chapter 64:
"This was precisely why it is a known fact among cultivators that one could offend anyone, just not a master teacher!
Who knew how many students he has? Who knew how many experts there are in their midst?
Offending them was equivalent to stirring a hornet’s nest. Even if one didn’t die, he would be crippled!"
Love coming full circle

Library of Heaven's Path · C1516
1 month ago

Rengar_Wartooth: Thank you Starv, for going out of your way to give us a good stong week of double chapters. If you could just pretend you didn't tho, and just do it again, that would be for the best...

Library of Heaven's Path · C1510
1 month ago

johan_lai: the whole translator comment can be proven if people just read the few chapter just before volume 7. when 14 half-5 star master teacher come and want to accuse ZX of a crime and take the kong shi hand written letter, Sun Qiang rebuff them the first time they come alone!! later he explain that even if he scared out of his life, he still have to uphold the dignity of Yang Xuan(ZX when he still 4 star master teacher)

Library of Heaven's Path · C1508
1 month ago

Wuxiaaddict4: The real Yang Xuan is higher ranked than Yang Xuan of teacher Pavilion. Not to mention real Yang Xuan has the celestial master teacher aura

Library of Heaven's Path · C1508
1 month ago

SS_Ninja: It looks like Yang Xuan seems to be the most sensible / least arrogant character that’s come up in some time

Library of Heaven's Path · C1508
1 month ago

TribeOfOne: Around half of the readers cringe badly when they see Sun Qiang's actions, and they mistake that cringe for hate. Really, they're just hating him for making a rational and perfectly justified decision given the information he has access to.
If there's anything at all that can possibly be criticized about his personality, it's that he doesn't cultivate as hard as he should.

I'm happy to hear that you're a Sun Qiang fan too though :D

Library of Heaven's Path · C1508
1 month ago
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