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Long Wu Ying never expected to join a Sect or become a real cultivator His days were spent studying planting rice on the family farm and spending time with his friends Fate however has different plans for Wu Ying and when the army arrives at his village he and many other members of the village are con. This is one of the books I read for SPFBO 2019I have to say this book is uite different to a lot of the others in the batch It s a story which focuses primarily on martial arts with a strong influence from ChineseAsian cultures There is a magic called Cultivation where you infuse your body with healing magic and Chi and you can channel through the meridians The practice is almost like a meditation techniue but also something which you can enhance with time and determinationWe follow Wu Ying a young peasant who is from a poor family but striving to do better and join the inner sect He s not rich or ualified in the same way many of his competitors are but he has determination and desire and is willing to push on through the challenges and obstaclesWhat I like about this title is the emphasis on the martial arts techniues and the culture There is a good story there but the basis in reality and inspiration was clear to see and to enjoy whilst consuming the story I found some small spellinggrammar issues but most were minor and did not pull me too far out of the storyline Overall it s a start to what could become a fun story I think it s a bit sprawling and it certainly has a few directions that the narrative is trying to go but once you get to know the character and his personality you can t help but to enjoy his ualities although sometimes I think he did escape some situations a little too easily and unscathed I gave it a 35s in the end as it was certainly different enough to be memorable and one that I think entertained me too Definitely a good start point with Wuxia novels too

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The First Step A Thousand Li #1

Novel in A Thousand Li series a book on cultivation immortals wondrous martial art styles and spirit beasts and will be loved by wuxia and xanxia fans The First Step is written by Tao Wong the bestselling scifi and fantasy LitRPG author of the System Apocalypse Adventures on Brad and the Hidden Wishe. AwesomeI ve been seeing a couple authors try their hands at this genre and I ve got to say that this is the author that seems to have done it besteven above some of my beloved and most favored of authors The author has managed to get all the beats all the culture all the character notes you d expect for this genre and uplift themits like seeing a gourmet chef make a 5 star version of captain crunch or pizza rolls5 star comfort snacksand I have to say as much as I get down on this author for putting both the reader and his characters through the ringer its works like these that really showcase how talented he is

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Scripted Given the opportunity to join the Verdant Green Waters Sect Wu Ying must decide between his pedestrian common life and the exciting blood soaked life of a cultivator Join Wu Ying as he takes his first step on his Thousand Li journey to become an immortal cultivator The First Step is the first. NotesIt took a bit for me to get into the story but once I did I had fond flashbacks to Black Belt Theater other old school martial films Good fun I will try to read the next book but who knows when I ll get to it or finish it without audio P


10 thoughts on “The First Step A Thousand Li #1

  1. says:

    This is one of the books I read for #SPFBO 2019I have to say this book is uite different to a lot of the others in the batch It's a story which focuses primarily on martial arts with a strong influence from ChineseAsian cultures There is a magic called Cultivation where you infuse your body with healing magic and Chi and you can channel through the meridians The practice is almost like a meditation techniue but also s

  2. says:

    There are seven types of conflict in literature man v man man v nature etc Cultivating books are set up to be man v self except here

  3. says:

    Needle in the HaystackNormally finding a decent English translated Wuxia novel is a bit of a struggle Oftentimes I feel like it comes down to whether you are okay with grammatical errors or poorly written stories This has none of those problems and many of the positives The character is practical and doesn’t benefit from some magical ring or item that makes him super talented Instead he is a grinder from the lowest rung of soc

  4. says:

    Rating 40 stars Somewhat of a typical cultivation story with chineseasian society This society is set up into sects and then further separated with the nobles and the peasant'scommoners Every person is this society is taught how to c

  5. says:

    NotesIt took a bit for me to get into the story but once I did I had fond flashbacks to Black Belt Theater other old school martial films Good fun I will try to read the next book but who knows when I'll get to it or finish it without audio P

  6. says:

    I wavered between 2 and 3 stars It was okay but it was excruciatingly well intentioned with delightful footnotes The actual storytelling was strained the character development limited and the wordsmithing weak bu

  7. says:

    AwesomeI've been seeing a couple authors try their hands at this genre and I've got to say that this is the author that seems to have done it besteven above some of my beloved and most favored of authors The author has managed to get all the beats all the culture all the character notes you'd expect for this genre and upli

  8. says:

    A wuxia for those not familiar with the genre Most of the time wuxia novels have this weird way of writing that of

  9. says:

    Okay so first for those who don't know me I am as I believe the author of this work to be an Asian American despite my European American name My Asian ancestors came from a different part of Asia than Mr Wong's but just as he describes in his post scriptum I grew up watching Samurai movies and Hong Kong wire fu adventure tales in my case doubly because I enjoyed the action and because I was desperate to see faces like my own; to f

  10. says:

    Cultivation stories seem to be the new trend for a lot of gamelit and litrpg authors Readers should do themselves a favor and read this book by Tao Wong to get an idea of what a good cultivation book looks like Personally I think this book sets the barI'm not too into cultivation stories I prefer gamelit and lit

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