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I cannot stop you from reading and liking this book. However ,since you are spending. View all 11 comments. Not for everyone, but I'm reading and watching a lot about Chinese mythology and culture these days, and the more you do the more you understand the nuances.
The synopsis does not do this book justice. To The Sky Kingdom is all about predestination and love which keeps finding you through time and space, it also has some kickass battle sequences and fantastic characters, but it's all done in a non-obtrusive and very elegant way. Bai Qian is a thousand year-ol 4. Bai Qian is a thousand year-old Goddess, who due being jilted eons ago when her groom ran away with her servant, got engaged to a baby Immortal half her age! They managed to avoid each other for thousands of years, knowing it will be nothing more than a political marriage while both parties rise to power.
However years ago Bai Qian underwent a major calamity, a necessary process to become a Goddess. What she doesn't remember is that she was turned Mortal, met Yeh Hua, they both fell madly in love, and he married her and took her to live with him in The Sky Kingdom where she gave birth to a son and through machinations of his concubine suffered greatly and died.
Only to remember who she really is and drink an elixir to forget her mortal life. Convoluting or what? The book starts with Bai Qian's last days as mortal, which is pretty confusing. When she accidentally meets Yeh Hua again, it gets even more confusing, as in her he recognizes his beloved Su Su and his son keeps calling Bai Qian mother So, not only they already have a son, Bai Qian is supposed to marry Yeh Hua despite being twice his age, ad she doesn't remember him at all.
So he has to woo her all over again. There are other plot threads.
Bai Qian's past is slowly revealed, her dedication to her Master, her enemies and past love stories, her friends and family who try to support her.
There is a lot going on. But the sweetest part is Bai Qian's and Yeh Hua interactions. She is clueless and slowly falls in love all over again, and he is tortured by his fear that she will remember how he wronged her. I read it with my heart in my throat from time to time, and the ending while satisfying was too short, and damn I wanted more! To The Sky Kingdom might not be for anyone, but I absolutely loved it, and recommend it without any hesitation.
View all 7 comments. Feb 22, Kotoko rated it did not like it. I'm sorry that this book is a plagiarised work. It would be a wonderful work if the writer wrote this book by herself. They even sent this book to the victim to show off. I'd respectfully request you to stop reading it. View 1 comment. This is a plagiarized work, the original novel is here: Honestly, if you plagiarize, try harder.
The wording, overall structure, word choices all suck so bad. I guess when you can't do better than grade school writing, even your plagiarism is second-rate. Or worse. Feb 23, Cici rated it did not like it. The story is good because the original stories are even better. Tang Qi is bad at writing and extremely good at plagiarising and marketing for her illegal works.
That is the reason why you are now reading this copied novel By reading this book and even paying for it, you are actually funding a theft, and you are hurting the original author, a humble and honest writer who sees writing as her life. As a Chinese, I find it extremely embarrassing and shameful to admit that in my home country, a theft gets fame and fortune while people who work hard and honestly get nothing!
However, Since you are spending your time and money on this book, you are entitled to know what you are actually doing! Apr 15, Courtney rated it did not like it. While I enjoyed this book at the end of the day this was a plagiarized work and should NEVER have been distributed much less published and what makes this sadder is that she stole this from a bl work and being that they're technically illegal in China the original author is hesistant to sue or seek redress, do the decent thing and DO NOT buy this work, she has already profited enough.
Feb 25, Jiangshanshan rated it did not like it. Feb 23, Chrissy rated it did not like it. About the novel I just want to say a word ——plagiarize. Aug 13, Ellyce rated it did not like it Shelves: May 11, Molly rated it really liked it Shelves: I've read the translated chapters on Wattpad unfortunately no updates for a month or so. It's an enjoyable read for someone who has watched the TV-series adaptation, may be confusing the Wattpad chapters for those who didn't.
Rating 3. Apr 20, Theresa rated it did not like it. I wish I could support it, but like others said it was plagiarized.
This issue is well-known in China, she copied the book from another writer but the only difference was the other author's book was based on homosexuality. Therefore China doesn't support gay love and it's hard for the other author to go against Tang Qi. She has already reaped enough benefits off of this story, and she even had it produced into a drama. I heard she even sent the other author a copy of her book! I enjoyed the stor I wish I could support it, but like others said it was plagiarized.
I enjoyed the story but I can no longer support it after I found out. This was splendid, and perfectly captured the the feel, breadth, and scale of an actual story from Chinese mythology. This was a wildly ambitious story to tell, and Tang and the translator, Toland pulls it off spectacularly. Western readers may experience severe culture shock.
This story is firmly rooted in Chinese mythology, particularly about the highly complex and hierarchical structure of the immortals and gods who live in Heaven.
Tang dives right into the story with little to no introduct This was splendid, and perfectly captured the the feel, breadth, and scale of an actual story from Chinese mythology.
Tang dives right into the story with little to no introduction of the world, and those who are unfamiliar may have a steeper learning curve than others.
The pacing is also different from most Western fantasies, and perfectly mimics the old Chinese folktales. The pace is slower and the plot development more circuitous. But everything connects! I loved this a lot. I got sucked into the story and just didn't want to leave. I loved seeing Tang's interpretation of the Heavenly Kingdom, and how she weaves in different elements of classical mythology. I loved all the characters, particularly the two main ones, Bai Qian and Ye Hua, and Ali, who was a delight.
The plot is also delightfully twisty. This is a brilliant story. And the translation was gorgeous and lyrical. I really hope to see more by this author translated into the English. I would definitely read them. Review copy courtesy of the publisher via NetGalley. I read this book despite the plagiarism controversy it surrounds it, because I watched the Chinese drama based on this and really loved it.
I must say as someone who watched the show first and then read the book, I would highly recommend anyone interested in this book to do the same. I read several reviews that stated that the story is really confusing and it has too many characters that are hard to keep up, and for me this wasn't a problem. However, I think it was because I kept referencing and pictu I read this book despite the plagiarism controversy it surrounds it, because I watched the Chinese drama based on this and really loved it.
However, I think it was because I kept referencing and picturing the actors in my head throughout the story. Plus, the drama pretty much covers the entire book religiously.
Side note: I was really disappointed in the portrayal of the Ghost Lord in the book.
To the Sky Kingdom
In the drama he was such a tragic character and I wanted him to have a decent ending. In the book, he was written as a weak minded individual and it was painful to read about him, he was kind of TSTL.
Also, after reading the book, I categorized it as a companion novel to the TV show, even though the book created the drama. Since the book is told from the perspective of Quian in the story you only get to see the world through her eyes. So you don't really get as much depth from Ye Hua as you do in the tv show.
One of the main reasons I loved the show was because the actor who played Ye Hua was amazing. He was soooo good at portraying the sorrow, heartbreak, desolation, and regret he felt after losing his wife. In the book, you really don't get that as much unless you read between the lines when Quian is interacting with him.
Sadly, I think these cues are lost in the translation process. Although, I must admit that had I not watched the TV show first, I don't know if I would have liked this book as much. If you are reluctant to pick up the book because of the possibility that it was plagiarized then my advice is don't bother. Watch the Chinese drama and you pretty much read the book. View 2 comments. I first saw the series Eternal Love and I like the actors especially Dijun x Fengjui shipper here haha , that's the reason why I read the translated version of the novel.
And at this time his twin brother was born. His name was Ye H I first saw the series Eternal Love and I like the actors especially Dijun x Fengjui shipper here haha , that's the reason why I read the translated version of the novel. His name was Ye Hua In a trial, somewhere in the mortal realm, Ye Hua fell in loved and married a mortal woman named Susu. Susu was in fact Bai Qian who, because of another event, was made to forget her memories and sealed her powers. Ye Hua and Susu got married and were happy for a while until the Heavens found out about their relationship.
Su Jin, her name is Su Jin Susu was living in hell in the Heavens. She was punished of something she did not do. She thought that Ye Hua abandoned her emotionally if not physically. She was also pregnant and the immortals treated her bad.
In desperation to go back to the mortal world, she jumped off in the exit terrace something like that. And then all of her memories and powers returned. Because she was loved sick, she drank a potion to erase her "Susu" memories.
She never remembered him. And Ye Hua, who really loved his mortal wife and really believed that the High goddess Bai Qian was Susu, pursued her. Will Bai Qian regain all of her "Susu" memories? What will happen if Mo Yuan awakens? And now, the demon king who was locked inside the bell was also stirring So complicated hahahaha But this I read from different articles that this is a plagiarized work.
If it's true then the author of 3L3W really did well in copying although I haven't read the "original" piece yet. I am giving this 4 stars not because I condone the stealing true or not but because I am fascinated with how fantasies like this work. Feb 22, Miao rated it did not like it. I am a Chinese,and I want you to know something. That is the reason why you are now reading this copied novel By reading thi I am a Chinese,and I want you to know something.
View all 9 comments. Nov 28, Marie rated it it was ok. The summary of the book was better I have never been more annoyed at a main character since Twilight. Bai Qian is a goddess of numerous years, and while she says she's a kind and magnanimous goddess, she's not.
She's beautiful but thoughtless, unthinking and unkind. Men fall in love with her and I can't see why.
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In her mortal life, maybe she was loveable, but the story doesn't say. The story is too showy in parts and then too anticlimactic in others. The story itself reaches towards a feeling of The summary of the book was better I have never been more annoyed at a main character since Twilight. The story itself reaches towards a feeling of myth and legend, which is nice. Mar 18, Echo C rated it liked it. Interesting story of the intertwined fates of mortals and gods. I was intrigued by the plot but confused by the jumps made between the past and the present.
I also took issue with the abrupt ending. Original Title.
To the Sky Kingdom by Tang Qi
Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Do you still like this book if this is plagiarised? Monica I still like the book, but am miffed because its clearly plagiarized.
Is the original story translated in English or Spanish? I would love to read the …more I still like the book, but am miffed because its clearly plagiarized. I would love to read the original version. It feels like such a conn because I would love to recommend the book, but I can't under these conditions.
Eletta Fouche If you have a kindle it is 2 dollars. I wouldn't waste money on the book.
Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Oct 09, Anh rated it liked it. View all 9 comments. Interesting story of the intertwined fates of mortals and gods. I was intrigued by the plot but confused by the jumps made between the past and the present. I also took issue with the abrupt ending.
It felt incredibly rushed but overall, I enjoyed reading this one. Recommended for fans of romance. I first watched a few episodes of the TV series, Eternal Love, a. I came in with very high expectations. Unfortunately, I think the book pales in comparison to the TV drama.
While the plot and premise are the same, I feel like the characters in the book lacked depth. There were a lot of one dimensional side characters. Even the villain was bland. There were also a few forgivable plotholes. My advice: It has better character development and better world building. The book is almost identical to the series but feels choppier in parts and is a little less fleshed out. Two separate stories are actually put together into one novel: The prologue begins in the middle of the drama giving away too much.
It might have worked better saving those key moments as part of the reveal. It felt like a rough draft in need of rewrites before print. News of alleged plagiarism has dogged the author and the fact that the book could have been better executed brings down my rating.
Perhaps this book is better enjoyed if you watch the Netflix series first, or rather simultaneously. The series is much better written and the events well ordered while the book jumps around and fills in the blanks through after-the-fact narration.
There is actually much more happening in the series than in this book which is both good and bad, depending on what is more important to you as a viewer. Even more disappointing was the abrupt ending of this book. Although I felt that our hero Ye Hua and heroine Bai Qian had been through enough and not more needed to happen, I would have liked a proper closing.
It was a reunion after a period of long lost love, after all. They deserved to have a good conversation with healing and forgiveness. Aug 22, Thu Hien rated it liked it Shelves: Oct 23, Jaycee Lam rated it liked it Shelves: End of the story lol: Calm the fuck down. Okay, Jay admit it. The book read more like a memoir of Bai Qian. Some things were better explained than in the show but some parts also didn't provide as much understanding as the show did.
Because the book is read in first narrative from Bai Qian's POV, we lose insight of the other characters in depth and all the other things that happened which the Chinese drama adaptation, Ten Miles of Peach Blossom woven everything together beautifully. The timeline in the show is also better put together and in a way that doe The book read more like a memoir of Bai Qian. The timeline in the show is also better put together and in a way that doesn't jump back and forth causing confusions that make you lose interest in the story.
This is one of those times when a book isn't as good as the show; therefore these are times where I recommend you watch the show first to fully experience the beautiful love romance between Bai Qian and Ye Hua. This is a lovely storyline that has potentials but I feel like if you get spoil with all the rushed details in the book you'll be spoil with the show.
Even months later I'm still having withdrawals from the show and that's the only reason why I was able to read through this book because I had a very well vision of it.
Another love story bonus that you will miss out big time and only mention a little in the book is, of Phoenix Nine Bai Feng Jiu in the show and Dong Hua Dijin who descended to the mortal realm to experience a love calamity. I promise you will be weeping to their love tragedy like I did. As if my review is trying to promote the show, I just felt like it's fair to let one experience the potential of this story because the book doesn't do it justice. The show also has beautiful OSTS.
After all, I'm happy I had watched the show first and the read the book just to get gain more knowledge because honestly to say, separating my emotions from the show to Bai Qian and Ye Hua's love story alone in the book as if I have never experienced them in the show before, I wouldn't have cared for them at all.
There was nothing appealing or charisma or sophisticated about Ye Hua in the book. He seems to be just a passing character and I just couldn't bring myself to admire him in the book form.
Bai Qian the other hand, although felt very much like Bai Qian in the show, she was still very lacking. I am aware about the plagiarism controversy swirling about this book, which is an unfortunate thing as the story is breathtaking.
This review will only discuss the book's merits. A word of advice - it's best to read this book after you have watched the episode to series "Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms" as I feel the scriptwriters have done a good job restructuring the novel so that it has a more dramatic effect.
The novel is weaker because of two things: Meaning, we have characters telling each other what happened - in other words, lots of information dump when it could have been fleshed out via character interaction, dialogue and action. The tv script managed to overcome the book's weakness to produce a truly moving tale. So why read the book? It does give further insight into the story; there are many things that was merely alluded to or barely explained and the book fills the gap pretty nicely.
Now I am looking forward to reading The Pillow Book as the tv show has made me slightly curious of the side characters' love story. View 1 comment. This book could have been an epic telling of true love that transcends all realms.
But as a plagiarized work, I found that it was an awful lazy attempt at calling it a complete work. Told completely from Bai Qian's point of view was a complete rip off to the reader. I think the original author with time could have honed this piece into a classic that would transcend generations.
But the rip off artist, robbed them of that opportunity and took an epic story and lazily turned out this tripe. That i This book could have been an epic telling of true love that transcends all realms.
That is a shame.
Truyen ngon tinh--Tam sinh tam the, thap ly dao hoa
Some of the reviews stated that it would be difficult with the jumping back and forth in time and the mortal realm. It was not. Bai Qian was not as unlikeable as some have stated. This work is amazingly amateurish. Giving them more depth, likability and character. It has homosexual overtones. Also some lite sexual descriptions. Not 50 Shades of Grey level of descriptions though.
The flaws of the book are fixed in the show but the books does give insight on passage of time, some of the more confusing parts of the translation in the show and it is also not over complicated with several story arcs.
It's hard to rate a translated book, because I feel the english language doesn't do justice to the original language, the tone, or even the poetry of the words. I wish I could read Chinese to give this a fair rating. But the english translated version - it wasn't bad. The overall story of a love that endures betrayal, jealous rivals, hardship, and politics in three lifetimes is bittersweet and lovely.
Really, who wouldn't want a YuHua as a partner??