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Crystal Constellations
Crystal Constellations
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Lin Songmei is poor. Getting dropped off at the doorstep of an orphanage while she was a baby—the classic baby in the basket situation—she didn’t have much of a childhood, and spent most of her days doing schoolwork or reading in the library.

However, in a world where modern society is intertwined with cultivators that have lived for as long as anyone remembers, everyone’s life has a chance to turn around at the aptitude tests held at 16 years old.

So, when Songmei goes into the aptitude tests crossing her fingers and hoping for a smidge of talent, just enough to get her a comfy home and a stable future, but finds out she has more talent than she could ever imagine... what next? Dream of a bigger house?

'And why does the second child of a super rich family clan keep showing up? Her family has enough influence to move nations... So why is she hanging out in my room?'
This is going to be a kinda slice of life, fluff GL story-... kinda what I always write if you’ve read my other books...
Cover art is not mine!
Updates will be M-W-F! (And a bonus chapter on Sat or Sun if I feel like it)

Join my discord! It’ll be fun I promise!
Also there are reference images and name explanations which are like... free bonus content free dlc! (i don’t play games idk sorry)

And my patreon!

ActionAdventureComedyFantasyGirls LoveMartial ArtsRomanceSlice of Life
Absent Parents Age Progression Archery Awkward Protagonist Beautiful Couple Beautiful Female Lead Bloodlines Body Tempering Caring Protagonist Comedic Undertone Cultivation Dao Comprehension Daoism Devoted Love Interests Eye Powers Fast Cultivation Female Protagonist Girl's Love Subplot Heartwarming Love Interest Falls in Love First Modern Fantasy Power Couple Unique Cultivation Technique Weak to Strong Xianxia
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    New Shuryo_CN
    Status: 144: the classic slacker disappearance

    Very slice-of-life with a stick of action. Comedy is nice and romance is sweet. I recommended trying it our if you love yuri, slice-of-life, with action, a nice power couple, and a well built world.

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    New Yidhra
    Status: 148: house visits

    It's very cute and fluffy, and written pretty well. It's also an interesting take on culitvation stories and is girls love soo yeah. You should all defo read and join the discord. 

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    Status: 30: online dating with cultivation techniques

    Interesting cultivation novel set in a modern/futuristic world and the character inneracting is nice so far.

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    Status: 49: brain_loading.exe…

    Very solid read. I definitely recommend.

    It delivers on what it promises, with distinct characters that share various bonds and dynamics with each other. 

    The world, while average, is perfect for the type of novel it's designed for and it helps deliver the casual and fluffy feeling of the plot. 

    Angst is minimal (for now) and it's quickly replaced by sweet and hilarious interactions. 

    The writing is good for this type of novel and it clearly describes the character interactions with the world, each other and situations they experience.

    Good upload rate.

    A well rounded casual novel in conclusion.

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    Status: 93: plan making and calendar filling

    Didn't really mean to press submit but since I did I'll write something.
    (written at chapter 93)
    This is a nice fluffy cultivation story with a mortal world that is more similar to our own than most. The technology has advanced in a way that is a little different (because of qi) in a way that's a bit like The Path of Ascension.
    The romance and fluffyness will heal your soul a little.
    ... Good story I like it a lot.

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    Status: 87: why do rich people own...

    I'm dropping this because I have a habit of passing on any stories that are using cover art they don't have permission to use and as far as I can tell is the case. Though I only realised after reading up until chapter 87.

    I am giving it 5 stars because I do enjoy the story a lot and ultimately my issues are my own and not reflective of the story itself.

    It's very fluffy and given I read up to chapter 87 I can say it really is shaping up to be an incredibly enjoyable feel-good story with its fair share of actual happenings to break up the slice-of-life. If the cover wasn't what it was I would happily have read this until the very end.

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    Status: 87: why do rich people own...

    (Made at Chapter 87)
    Cultivation is modern settings are interesting. A lot of time the Cultivation tries to keep itself secret from the public, or the cultivation max level is very low due to nature of the world, or both those things. Crystal Constellations does neither, while doing it's own thing. Unlike most Cultivation stories, Crystal Constellations is very peaceful, and it built upon a lot of fluff, with the two leads. Not saying there is no conflict, action, or cultivation stuff. There are some tenser moments as they go out to explore the world, and enough depth is put into the cultivation stuff to make those parts interesting. 

    So it's a good read for a more causal cultivation experience, with MC who is curious enough about her new world of cultivation, slow (...... but eventual) romance, and good cultivation.

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    Status: 62: the classic way to bond...

    The amount of...'s the author uses in the story is making this story such a drag to read. I get that Songmei is supposed to be an awkward teen who is trusted into a world she has no right entering, but when all of your characters barring the sect elders/any adult really, using '...' in every sentence it gets annoying really quickly. If you don't believe me, this is a small excerpt from chapter 62.

    "It... does. It does seem a little suspicious.” Mingqing murmured, her hair in a messy ponytail instead of her usual neat half-up hairstyle. “For one, I know it was a rare rainstorm... but to cause this many landslides? That’s... a little far fetched. Also, I’m not an expert in landslides or anything... but i’m not sure, maybe it was the long period of drought that destabilized the ravine walls? Or was it all a cover as a group wanted to seal off the area..." This happens consistently through out the story.

    In one paragraph there are 5 '...'. If you wanted to convey an uncertain kid you could have wrote "She shrugged undecidedly" or "He shrugged his shoulders" or "They remarked thoughtfully"

    Besides that, not a lot happens in each chapter. You could probably condense the chapter to one small thing Songmei and Mingqing do with a lot of extra filler. The supporting cast is similarly underwhelming, with the barely present master contributing very little to the story and growth of the girls while their very first party member in their team has a character of "Oh I like eating jellies" plus your generic teen awkwardness every other teen in this story seemingly has.

    All in all it is pretty meh, If you wanna read this try ctrl + F all the '...'s out of the story

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