The Husky and His White Cat Shizun: Erha He Ta de Bai Mao Shizun (Novel) Vol. 1
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Hua Binan has committed countless crimes, at first it was just a small thing, but from that little thing he grew more and more numb that he didn't even care if it cost the entire world. 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. I absolutely loved the noncon scenes in this, especially since they were dripping with confusion and conflicted emotions rife with humiliation warring with affection. this is a fantastic novel and one of my favorites by far, but i feel like the beautiful cover and the cute title can be misleading for new readers, so i would like to warn everyone about its contents. He used to think that dogs should be with dogs, for example, his shixiong, beautiful and gentle, like a lovely Japanese Spitz, and the two of them together would surely be a match made in heaven.
He was the characters that are the most perfect portrayal of what "Character Development" is all about. 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. I picked up the novel partially because I saw it's very popular and people seemed to like it a lot, upon reading the premise I found it interesting and was curious about it so I decided to check it out. he’d still missed him with an almost physical intensity, like a thousand ants were gnawing on his heart. A vision appeared unbidden before his eyes, of Chu Wanning half kneeling, sprawled on the ground beenath Mo Ran's fiery, ferocious passion.The little, tiny things I didn't pay attention to eventually came to bite me in the ass later in the story (just like how Mo Ran's past came back to bite him in the ass, oof). The main characters are engaging, some of their motives can't help make you rethink about what defines fairness in the world. I know or I've heard there is more to it later on but this is what is presented in volume one, this is how I will talk about it for now. more>> plot of this story is really between the ML and the MC so I am really wondering how the live-action is going to turn out?
As someone who never picks up fantasy romances expecting anything from the fantasy part-a lesson learned the hard way-, I was not expecting how much I loved all the fantasy elements.I'm all for morally dubious characters or characters who are terrible people, however I found Mo Ran to be almost completely insufferable throughout the volume.
We get a superficial glance at the side stories, and throughout the arc, detail by shocking detail is exposed and we end up with a deeper insight into the lives of the side characters, discovering that there's more to the story than what meets the eye. It has been a while since I read it so I am a bit rusty on a lot of the things that happened in the book.
After thinking about this disparity, I realized why others like this novel so much: 1) the MC is the gong, and 2) the author has amazing writing skills (reason I gave this novel two stars except for one). Antihero: I am so tired of the righteous and the just protagonists that do everything correctly and courageously and get to face-slap the villains.
i never wanted to read erha because i knew for a fact that i would not be able to consume this piece of media in a normal sane way. That there is something Chu Wanning never told him that would have prevented Mo Ran’s revenge on his body. No matter the fact alone that this is how what's going to be the endgame main couple is introduced into the story by itself is off-putting to me.There is many people confused, How Shi Mei and Hua Binan which is same person have different thoughts. He has Xie Lian’s desire to help everyone around, no matter the pain inflicted on his persona, Lan Zhan’s tendency to let everyone think he’s someone to fear instead of someone to adore and Jiang Cheng’s pride preventing him from admitting real feelings and screaming rude things instead. As emperor of the mortal realm, Mo Ran loathed Chu Wanning with all his being, but the Chu Wanning of this life has sacrificed himself for his student’s sake time and again.