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A normal avid reader of online reincarnation novels is going about her day, heading to the local supermarket to buy some vegetables but suddenly, BOOM! She's hit by a truck as she crossed the road. She was only one step away from her beloved snacks, how tragic! However despite her anguish at suddenly dying she had twinkles in her eyes as she realized that, she had reincarnated! 'Yes, finally!' 'Now I can finally become one of those op face smacking MC's!' She thought merrily while opening her eyes to face her new life... 'HUH?! Is this some kind of sick joke?' She yelled out towards the sight she was faced with. Yes. She was indeed reincarnated into a dying world. Where survival was of the up most importance.
Ye Feng Tian was originally the world’s top military general. She was the legendary warrior that was undefeated! So how could she have ended up in an ancient Chinese room with strangers who were calling her the youngest Miss of the Ye mansion? Who was she? Where was she? And why is she in a ancient era in China? Is this the legendary transmigration she had once read in a generic romance novel? But nonetheless, she was a major undefeated, legendary general, so she would never bow her head to these people who were claiming her to be a weak and timid, useless young Miss! Genres: Historical Military/ martial arts Cold female protagonist Chapter updates: At least two new chapters a week. Sometimes maybe more or less depending on the free time I have. * Note* This novel has little to no romance! Yes, the female lead is pursued by people but keep in mind that she was a general in her past life, a person who in the end still belonged to the army, so she won’t really have to much romance. Thanks for your understanding, sorry for those who came for the old description and left because of the new one, but either way once you start reading this novel you’ll find that the old description was really unfitting. I’m sorry if this description stopped you from reading this book or continue reading it. But I welcome new comers who pick this novel up! Thanks for everything and enjoy reading!
CopenhagenF5: 4/4/4/5/5: 4.4
dude its a Chinese dude, in a white dude's body, in the marvel universe, written by a Chinese dude that is now being translated back into English...
dudeSuper Detective in the Fictional World
DarkNekoi: Thanks for the chapter ; u ;
Will the little brother know about the schemes?
Will the translator upload more chapters soon?
Will there more of the MC and his cute lazy worm 🐛?Reverend Insanity · C30
Seregosa: Haha, he actually pretty much gets those stones as a "secret reward" in return for gifting these kiddies some motivation and a goal to work towards.Reverend Insanity · C30
Failed_Romance: So... it’s super popular and I enjoy the story, but the author does three things that really bug me. 1) the author jumps forward through time at random intervals. She introduces lots of setting, then a few chapters later, we jump three years ahead, rendering that setting obsolete. Lots of ends are left loose this way. 2) the book is set 10000 years in the future, but this is pretty arbitrary, so the culture and technology is sloppily pieced together. Some things seem like technology that we would look down on today. The military tactics and cultural norms have all regressed to the level of a 5th grader. 3) there is unnecessary racism in the book that doesn’t add to the story.
If you can ignore all of that, the characters are pretty fun and the cultivation is okay.It's Not Easy to Be a Man After Travelling to the Future
Silver_knives: The start was definitely written well. But it got old in my opinion. After about 200+ chapters the characters, plot, and setting becomes more and more cringe. At first it was alright. Although there was many plot holes that doesn’t make sense considering the 10,000 years into the future situation but overall the MC made up for it. However the writing quality is questionable. The setting is strange, what I mean is quite often the characters are described to have done something ‘smart’, that they are scheming. But imo they really aren’t. The main problem with the writing is how the author just tells everything to the reader. To the point where everything a character, (whether that’s a background character or not), does is told. The reason is written as a long paragraph. It gets tiring to read these useless explanations even a five year old can figure out by themselves. The characters feel fake because of this. Because their personality is literally told to you. You as the reader does not get to feel if they are kind, scheming, intelligent, dominant etc. It’s just there in a lengthy paragraph. One last reason why this novel is average imo is the constant foreshadowing. To the point where the reader doesn’t need to read on because the evens that happen is literally told to you. Overall I besides the unique plot and setting with a refreshing MC. This novel doesn’t have much else going for it.It's Not Easy to Be a Man After Travelling to the Future
It's Not Easy to Be a Man After Travelling to the Future
Wolfson: It Starts okish, but after a few chapters, it's alternatively cringy and maddening. I legitimately stopped caring about the MC and just wished someone managed their poorly managed assassination plans against her.It's Not Easy to Be a Man After Travelling to the Future
ktoffl: He could differentiate Fang Zheng's lucky shot from a skillfull shot, but he couldn't do the same to Fang Yuan? Seriously, 2 blades side by side and very close to each other hitting the same target? LOL. Fang Zheng's lucky shot wasn't even close to an obvious lucky shot compared to Fang Yuan's.Reverend Insanity · C25
User_Name: "Is this luck or skill?" The academy elder
frowned. This doubt hovered in the hearts of
the rest of the students.
This is the reason mc missed the first one: to not let others know his real strength.Reverend Insanity · C25
SleepDeprivation: THIS IS EMBARRASSING, in our world of technology, math is not that important, only used by the people who has that as a requirement as a job, and yet here in our blood filled-brother of a world, mathematics is key to survival!Reverend Insanity · C23
LegolasGreenleaf: Loving this mc not often where I can find one who actually has a tough time. I am sure he will become more op as he gets stronger as the stronger he is the more he can use the knowledge and experience from his past life. I imagine the beginning is the toughest as him being reincarnated doesn’t help his talent ect it just lets him choose the better paths he can take for now having to rely on working hard to succeed down this more difficult path that leads to better results.Reverend Insanity · C17
Seregosa: Because he should be OP from the start with his sh*tty talent. What the f*ck are you even on about? His age and experience has nothing to do with it, his power is what truly matters right now. There's limitations on what he can do, no matter how smart or awesome he is.Reverend Insanity · C17
Seregosa: No, YOU are completely missing the point here. There's LIMITATIONS on what he can f*cking do with the strength and body of a teenager with no cultivation or resources, no matter how experienced he is. What, you want him to magically happen upon some OP opportunity that pushes him forward like a rocket which we usually find in xianxia where the mc never experiences any true hardships or trials and will just get everything easily and cultivate like some god?
Go away and read something else if you can't stomach a mc that is more realistic and doesn't fly forward at warp speeds without any effort.Reverend Insanity · C17
Lord_Water_Changes: "Some insects need strange foods like the heart of a vicious woman, and others need something more rare, and difficult to obtain."
So.... the hearth of a vicious woman is stange, but not that rare uhmReverend Insanity
DepressiveCritic: I was tired of these novels in which the protagonist lived for over 1000 years, and reincarnates, and when reincarnated, does not act as if he were 1000 years old, but as a young 15 year old in the heat.
Always making strong people as enemies, never acting discreet and cautious, most of the struggles are because of the women who walk with the MC, and worse, always all your enemies are stupid who only know how to think with your dick.
In Reverend Insanity we can read about Fang Yuan, an old demon who lived for 500 years. He acts according to his age, he is a cunning old fox, his plans are always deep and sinister, even the reader can not guess what he will do next, and so leaving the novel always unpredictable.
Here you will not find random and stupid people trying to kill the MC for some casual reason. All people are intelligent and shrewd, they know when to move forward, and when they step back, for you to survive in this world, you have to be a smart person, so the stronger the person, the smarter they are.
The cultivation method in romance is something good and unique, here for you to advance, you will need Gus, adorable little insects (some are not r.) That are terrible to get, evolve, and create them. And worst of all, you need to feed them. Some insects need strange foods like the heart of a vicious woman, and others need something more rare, and difficult to obtain.
If I had to say something I did not like, and it made me a little uneasy while I was reading, it was at the beginning of Volume 4, but then I got used to it.
Apart from that fact, the novel was incredible for me!
If you're tired of the same romances, come read Reverend Insanity. Can come with high expectations, you will not be disappointed!Reverend Insanity
Rosekanna: Who is voting this novel over modern CEO +arrogant rapist male lead that should be arrest or killed. Qidian or Chinese author called that kind of thing a romance.
I am excited over this novel because it's has no romance tag mean no rape. Plus I am vote this novel.Release that Man
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
flakey0629: I envy you that you can read the raws. I have to depend on the translation, but I totally agree with your reviews. And yes, like she told Little Four that she wants a normal happy life...I somewhat agree that's what she really wants but she can't...not if she cares about her family and friends happiness too. I love that it's not all about her, her revenge and etc. I love the family and friends emphasis as some of the rebirth/reincarnation stories I read have been too much on her revenge or her host's revenge that can't seem to let go and lead a happy life. And sorry, also, I'm a chatterbox.It's Not Easy to Be a Man After Travelling to the Future
somnious: Ok, first things first. This is in the wrong genre. It is through and through Science Fiction. It's literally a Bros/Sisters Before Everyone Else kind of story, except the leader isn't a guy, but a girl. With Giant Space Robots that will rip your body into shreds with g-force. And Various Background Proxy Wars and underlying plot.
As someone who has completely read the raws 5 times over in the past year while following all of the author's updates (I'm literally on my 6th run guys and I'm STILL finding new things that I missed the first few times around), this is one of the best stories I've read in a long time. It has amazing character growth, characterization, character relationships, plot, action, emotional turmoil, setting, depth - I could go on. Madame Ru can make you laugh out loud one moment and cry in grief the next - truly, it's a story that sets itself apart and has become a unique existence. There's so much going on, but it doesn't detract from your understanding due to how well Madame Ru hides it in the background through foreshadowing and Chekov's Gun. Not only that, it has a female protagonist that doesn't suffer from the painful cliches that one would expect in a genderbender story - which, honestly, makes a lot more sense setting-wise (how can you not be able to hide your body's gender if you have something like Little Four and high science fiction medicine).
Also the setting itself is really fun. It's a hyper futuristic intergalactic empire with Xianxia elements - mainly spiritual power, qi, and martial arts. Except instead of being something fancy like martial arts sects, it's been integrated into lineages. After countless years of development, they've become something akin to 'military arts' rather than just wushu, with a heavy focus on usability rather than just display. Madame Ru meshes the two normally opposite traits beautifully and without a seam - keeping the core of the idea and evolving it into a completely new existence.
And Ling Lan. She's not your typical female protagonist either - she, so far, has been my most favorite that I've come across. She is neither morally righteous nor evil - her morals don't follow the path of 'for humanity', but just for the small, small group of people she cares about, the people who believe in her. Her path is of the heart, and she refuses to bow down to anyone - her Dao is Hegemony. There is nothing more satisfying than watching her grow from her original self to the current self and following the hardships she goes through. She will become the strongest, but at the same time, she isn't alone - she has her little partners that she cares for and grows along with. Yes, her goal isn't to be the single peerless god at the top of the world, but to bring those who put their trust and lives into her hands along with her. This, in itself, is already a highly unique trait within stories. Together we rise, divided we fall.
Anyway, sorry, I'm a bit of a chatterbox when it comes to this series. It's by far my favorite and I hope it will get the attention and representation it deserves. Let's all keep on fighting, little partners! Until we reach the top :3cIt's Not Easy to Be a Man After Travelling to the Future
blindbandit: This is absolutely a gem. A kickass female MC who isn't tied down by romance. I love the other novels with female MCs but no matter how talented the female lead is, she is always inferior to her counter part - be it in wealth, nobility, popularity or skills. In this novel, our MC is the man. She doesn't take any bs and is on equal footing (or even higher) than her peers. Granted other MCs are like this too but atleast she doesn't have a shadow guardian ("the male lead") that makes her problems go away if shw cant handle it. Other than the great plot, amazing translation quality!It's Not Easy to Be a Man After Travelling to the Future
SulphurShip: Literally why is every novel that has a female MC listed in the ROMANCE GENRE??! Is this gender racism?!
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Dao_Ancestor: Sadly people smashing keyboards keep giving this novel bad ratings like the einstein that wrote "Hgfhhhvvvvcffghhhhggcgg" in a display of it's IQ
This novel is actually good, it slowly develops a good post-apocalyptic atmosphere, it's gritty and cold-hearted, it takes the innocence of a child (the MC) and ravages it, doesn't look back after using him, so on and so forth, it has an intriguing world, all in all it's a promising novel.Dark Moon Era
ikulm: I start to read this book because of the author San San. His first book was 7 years ago about Taoist priests and it was the most popular web fiction! Dark Moon Era is his 3rd book after a long break. It's not easy for an author to change his style from fantasy to science fiction, but San San never fails me. keep it up! Bring us to the world of Purple Moon!Dark Moon Era
BauBau: Post apocalyptic novel with zombies and mutated beasts.Few Settlements left to defend what is left of humanity.Old civilisation is forgotten and avaliable to few people living inside safety of walls.MC is 14 years old.He doesn't know who are his parents because they left him in wilderness.His adoptive parents died in hunt for food.He lives in safety zone in underground inside sewer system(outside of safety which brings settlement circrled by walls) with 5 year old step sister and her grandmother.There is lot of mystery in beginning of novel about MC.Intriguing and flexible MC.Promising novel with huge potential lets hope it will be half good as First Order.Dark Moon Era
jachapingguo: what the ****? why is this novel in the romance section? is it only because the protagonist is a female? that's so fucking wrong!
mustrum: This is most definitely a feel good story, and it is up there in quality compared to some other works on this site.
Unfortunately this does not mean that it's great, since there is a lot of **** stories here.
The main problem I see is that the author most likely practices a discovery writing and makes stuff up on the way.
For example the MC gets skills or useful items that are later forgotten and not used when needed.
There's a skill system in the world. What purpose does it serve is unknown, because MC can just go around and make whatever 'cool stuff' with ice she imagines even though it is not her skill, and apparently the stuff she does is for some reason more effective than skills (exploding/splitting/transforming/remotely controlled ice spears/balls/walls/ramps or whatever else).
There's a lot of things that are suddenly introduced even though it might have been important earlier (time dilation in dungeons for example).
Minor spoiler ahead:
What got me to completely drop the story was the MC killing some random bloke after a second auction just because he happened to have bought an item that she needed. He was not fighting or threatening her. He was just running for his life, being pursued by two thieves. There goes all the talk about her moral integrity and not slaughtering ppl for power I guess.Nanomancer Reborn - I've Become A Snow Girl?
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