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In the dim and distant past, during the days of the primordials, there was an epic tale of divine transcendence. 

This is the tale of reincarnated mother and son, chased through the samsara cyles by powerful atramental forces. Will they survive, or will they succumb to the throes of a permanent death?   

Live the story and tell the tale. This is DIVINE.

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Unintelligent Donkey
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Another gem from a Legendary Xianxia veteran, the Immortal Primate!

Reviewed at: 24 – Titan Lord Luyang [IV]

This is another gem written by Primate, who previously penned 'The Pathway', a Xianxia infused with the slightest hint of LitRPG elements. 'Divine' on the other hand, definitely feels a lot more like classic Xianxia!

Style - The story is told in a 3rd person, omniscient point of view. Overall, the pacing was good, and the info dump in the first few chapters didn't feel too taxing. Though, I would like to note that some of the terminologies used in the first few chapters feel a tad bit western fantasy-ish, which was a great breath of fresh air!

Grammar - Pretty good so far, small typos here and there, and nothing that felt way out of place.

Story - So far, we're introduced to a pretty expansive world, and I have to say, in a rather typical Xianxia fashion, the author builds up a pretty huge and complicated world. It'll definitely be a joy to learn more and find out more about the small subplots and overarching narrative involving this 'universe' of Primate's

Character - MC still feels like a good boy at this moment, he works hard and listens to his elders, pretty much the kind of kid my parents always compared me to... Anyhow, so far, I'm not getting any bad boi vibes from him, but with how the story might unfold, I really can't wait to see how he'll be developed.

So far, the side characters, the Carnates, and the grandpa all seem to have more to them that I can't wait to find out! They have these moments of foreshadowing that seems to make you want to learn more about their stories, and pray that the author does more world-building, giving these side characters an opportunity to shine!

Lumi.Lumiere
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Somewhere in a far land, Ju Feng, a five years old boy was busy cultivating to become an immortal while the five years old me was busy digging pit and eating sand.

 

Its a slow pace novel that focused a lot on the art of cultivation. Lots of worldbuilding at the beginning of the few chapters. Well explained environment that would not let you hanging, confused with terms you don't understand especially if you never read a xianxia novel before.

 

Grammars are excellent (at least for me). Everything was readable and nothing bothers me much. Unless you're a grammar nazi who will go blind by a slight mispell or mistakes.

 

So far, nothing much to comment on the MC. He's an obedient child who listens to the elders and train, train, train all day. I hope he's not an OP character when he grow up.

 

Overall, this is good read and worth your time reading! 

Rasum
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An interesting main character and a mother and a son, the best thing is it's made by primate his grammar like his other book is not to be underestimated thx for the chapter please update more.. I would say I don't like 2 word names like Chinese names using surename but I still enjoy Wuxia novels..

Dakie Salamander
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Another great xianxia. This one is more classic, MC is man and reincarnated.

Grammar and style are perfect, for what I have seen there are no mistakes.

Starts is little bumby with all of the information dump but after you get through it, you have a wholesome eastern novel. You feel the atmosphere of east with nice narrative.

Well, I am glutton of xianxia novels, especially these ones which are very well written.

Great work and expecting a lot more.

RyoFrancis
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An interesting beginning. It started slow, because of world-building and info dump — but it gets better in the next chapters.

It is well-written, and the grammar is very good.

The narrative tends to be too slow for my taste, but the author surely knows his genre.

Our MC is obedient = likable. But so far, he spent most of his time training — cannot wait for what he does in the succeeding chapters.

Anyway, this is a good read — keep it up!

Sunpika
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An enjoyable story. Currently, at the ninth (and most recent) chapter the MC is gonna begin his chi training n stuff. What I like about this story currently is how peaceful it is. A small family of immortal farmers just doing their thing. For now there hasn't been any character development, or any in depth characters so I've left the character score right in the middle at 3, though I am sure there will be character growth soon.

 

I know that fics like this one with few reviews can be a bit of a gamble, but I think this one is a pretty safe bet.

UguDyLight
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The Grammar is impressive, seriously.

In my opinion, the first few chapters have dumped too much information. Not going to lie, I did skip some paragraphs here and there. But it becomes a lot better soon enough so there is much to expect from this.

The style is what you expect from this genre and it's well-written accordingly with chinese touches here and there. It makes you feel like the author knows his stuff.

Some of the background of cultivation is explained in details. Quite complex but enjoyable in its own way.

As for the story, it escalates quickly during the latest chapters at time of writing this. It certainly feels like things will be brought forward much faster but the mystery is still on for now. It's interesting and it introduces the 'ennemy' which will probaby give a direction to the next chapters/arcs.

The characters are still a bit hazy. For now, I can say the MC is a diligent, hardworking kid on the side of 'good' and seems perfectly decent.

Keep up the great work ;)

Edited from chap.9 to 21.