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Child of the Moon and Earth

Child of the Moon and Earth

Eastern Fantasy

9.4

Author : dusty_angel

Publisher : webnovel

Synopsis

Status: HIATUS Xinyu has lived all her seventy years of life secluded in the Mortal Realm. Every day followed the same routine: wake up to Aunt Yanfei's scolding, eat breakfast with Aunt Yanfei and Old Deng, take an afternoon nap, lessons with Old Deng, eat dinner with Aunt Yanfei and Old Deng, and sleep. Never once did she think her peaceful life would be interrupted. As long as she did not meddle in other people's affairs, she would be fine, right? Wrong! Fate has never been kind. Would he let a child of the Moon and Earth live an uneventful life? Never! Born from the fruition of forbidden love, Xinyu has been destined to shake the foundations of the Five Realms. No one knows if she would be the one to bring upon a new era of peace or a period of chaos to the world. Only Fate can tell. Many would even suggest that she fight to control her own destiny. But Xinyu has long given up the thought of fighting Fate. Who is she to go against Fate? Life is like the waters of a river as Fate is the force that drives the river. People must follow the course of the river to arrive at their destination. Who would be dumb enough to ride their boat upstream? No one! Follow Xinyu on her journey as she becomes stronger, uncovers secrets of the Five Realms, and discovers what it means to love. *GENRES: Romance Fiction, Eastern Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Cultivation, Comedy *WARNINGS: Violence, Suggestive Themes, Crude Humor, Mild Sexual Content, Mild Language Suggested Age: 14+ ( Updates ≈ 1-2 Chapters / Week ) ( 1 Chapter ≈ 1000-2000 words ) Cover Edited by: [email protected] Original Photo by: https://unsplash.com/@hikendal *Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events and incidents are either the products of the author's imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.