The Husky and His White Cat Shizun: Erha He Ta de Bai Mao Shizun (Novel) Vol. 1
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There is a lot of pointless stuff that doesn't contribute to the overall plot or characters, this seems to be a bigger issue in volume 2 so I'll leave most of my talk about it for later. I cant read chinese so I read the translation and they really did a great job on translating this novel. It seemed like the author had all of these grand ideas that she thought would impress everyone, and just dumped them in the book with really no reason. Redemption: Mo Ran is a major as*hole in the first 100 chapters, but a calamitous event occurs that really makes him rethink his emotions, feelings, and life.
The majority of the supporting characters did not have compelling character development or story arcs; the story is hyperfocused on its leads to the detriment of the rest of the (very large) . Without stealing the focus from the characters, the author was able to make so many great plot twists, so many things happening in the background that could have been the final act of any decent book yet here they were mere ornaments to yet another breathtaking action scene. This story does tend to get heavy with themes of r*pe and genocide, and I understand that not all of us have to capacity to read about these dark acts of depravity. I thought I knew everything there was to know about Mo Ran and SURPRISE, there's more secrets to him! Mo Ran once again felt the vine binding him squeeze and twist, making his organs feel like they were going to wrench into mush.However, it’s certainly a very gripping and exciting story, especially if you are a fan of angst and drama as there is plenty of that to spare. The environmental conditions of the two of them were also different due to Mo Ran's rebirth, which made him have a more stronger bond with Shizun, Xue Meng and Moran himself. I was immediately surprised by how much darker and more explicit this premise and the content was when compared to what I have come to expect from other Danmei’s. more>> character becomes his moving force after his rebirth/turn back in time to him once again being a teen and having a second chance to 'fix' events that brought his demise in previous life, to lead a better life. Mo Ran, who took over the world and became the ruling Emperor Taxian-Jun, dies and reincarnates back in time to when he was only 16 years old, and has the chance to do everything over again.
Dogs and cats were different by nature; originally, the dumb pup didn’t want to reach his furry paws out to that cat. The two kinds of scenes are often interposed upon each other for contrast sake, and it makes a very fascinating reading experience. Be aware that he won’t shy away from telling you every single terrible thing he had done, so I wouldn’t recommend this if you can’t manage to enjoy very gray characters. In my defense, he can be difficult to love sometimes often but at the same time I also want to put him somewhere safe, where no harm can come to him. About the novel The Husky and His White Cat Shizun (二哈和他的白猫师尊) is a xianxia novel written by Meatbun Doesn't Eat Meat (肉包不吃肉) and published on JJWXC between 2017 and 2019.My expectations for the rest of the volumes is pretty low as I can't really see my opinion on the main couple changing much but I will read the entire thing anyway just for Shi Mei.
Chu Wanning’s desire for his student is another way of self-torture and he would never act on it as long as Mo Ran doesn’t shock his inexperience shizun with his wicked tongue. Additionally, this story has no sense of moderation; if you have ever encountered the 90s phenomenon of labeling everything X-TREME! That’s how I encounter myself LOVING every single sentence, dynamic and main character without caring about whether it is moral or not. Because if we look at the writing style, it actually doesn't look too different from the MDZS style.Each and every one of the main characters in this narrative managed to shine, from the main couple to the supporting cast and even the antagonists. I would need a lifetime to come up with everything that happened in this first book, and it’s only the beginning of a huge series. The multifacetedness of life, stories, whatever: Mo Ran is so narrow-minded at the beginning, believing wholeheartedly in his side of the story and not making room for anything else, not even Chu Wanning's side of the story, so it's a slap in the face when Mo Ran AND the readers find out the harsh truth. I found it off-putting that the ML's unconditional love would stretch so far as to love someone that r*pes and tortures him, and the ML even goes as far as to even blame himself even though he was the victim.
If you do eventually decide to read this story, enjoy the slice of life and beautiful themes this story has to offer, including one of the most emotionally-invested plots with the most complex web, like, ever.However the moment he is "brought back" to life he instantly fucks the guy he was sleeping with in a brothel to unconsciousness and steals his valuables, like even if he had wronged him in his previous life it's a pretty asshole thing to do.