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by MO YAN

Free eBook Tanxiangxing download ISBN: 7532133230
Author: MO YAN
Publisher: Unknown (1991)
Language: English
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Mo Yan, an ordinary working girl died in an earthquake just after reading a novel recommended by her colleague. She transmigrated into the tragic antagonist of the same name within the book.

Mo Yan, an ordinary working girl died in an earthquake just after reading a novel recommended by her colleague. She wanted to avoid the protagonists and live a low-key life but she gets caught amongst a group of jackals! Spoiler

Zhongguo shou wei nuo bei er wen xue jiang de zhu Mo Yan dai biao zuo"-Cover.

Zhongguo shou wei nuo bei er wen xue jiang de zhu Mo Yan dai biao zuo"-Cover. urn:acs6::epub:4ff-cd5030f8581f urn:acs6::pdf:552-9588001bb440. ark:/13960/t3pw4jk2h.

Su Jia Ao is a normal high school girl, and she’s in an unbelievable situation she’s never encountered before

Su Jia Ao is a normal high school girl, and she’s in an unbelievable situation she’s never encountered before. A fiance descended from the sky; his attractiveness can’t be stopped, together with that thing; this fiance is exquisite, kind, gentle, and a highly moral person. Her parents and her neighbours compliment him nonstop What a joke! Who would want to marry someone, who doesn’t have man’s qualities, as her husband? I’m afraid, even if I come to the Dong Nu Clan, who uses women are superior to men as an ethic, it won’t work.

Series: Xian dai hua tan suo cong shu. Unknown Binding: 231 pages. ISBN-13: 978-7536604131.

Mo Xiang Tong Xiu's Series. The Grandmaster of Demonic Cultivation - Update chapter 102.

Yan Xiang (嚴象; 163–200), courtesy name Wenze, was an official who lived during the late Eastern Han dynasty of China. A similarly named Yan Xiang (閻象) also served under the warlord Yuan Shu as a registrar. Although it is not clear whether they were the same person, the historian Rafe de Crespigny mentioned that it could be assumed that Yan Xiang left Yuan Shu and defected to the Han central government, which was then under the leadership of the warlord Cao Cao.