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FYJT Vol 4: The Vicissitudes – Chapter 2 Part B

FYJT Vol 4: The Vicissitudes

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Editor/Beta: Yona (Many thanks for Yona help for this chapter, Yona said able to help edit the story since Rue unable to beta.)

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FYJT Vol 4: The Vicissitudes – Chapter 2 Part A

Chapter 2

 

Part I

 

Jumping off from Xuan Ya, Feng Ming never had thoughts it would taken great deal of power and effort to open the parachute due to the sharp downward velocity which has increased rapidly.

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FYJT Vol 4: The Vicissitudes – Chapter 1 Part B

Chapter 1


Part II

“Do not hesitate to shout, Rong Tian is still very far away.” Ruo Yan patted Feng Ming, shows his vile visage, “If you irritated me, you’ll not be well tonight.”

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FYJT Vol 4: The Vicissitudes – Chapter 1 Part A

Warning: no beta, however, when Sakura beta I’ll put the link to her website.

Chapter 1

Part I

Feng Ming leaved the room. Instantly fresh breezes caressing his hair as he immersed into an vast seabed of flowers.


Miao Guang laughed loudly when she saw the surprise looks on Feng Ming, “Brother King have high regard for Duke Ming. Xuan Ya, a beautiful private property for Li Royal Families to be resided and never before had an outsider to spend an overnight here. Yet now Duke Ming could be seen as partial owner of this place.”

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Soul strayed to Xi-Rei (Vol1 – prologue, ch1, ch2)

Volume 1: Soul strayed to Xi-Rei

 

Author: Feng Nong

Translated from Da-Lac & chinese raw: mnemea

Editor: no beta (warning for grammar errors)

Warning: Soft Yaoi/Slash

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Note: Firstly, the main characters name is from raw Chinese novel.

Secondly, Rong Tian inherited the title Wang (directed translation Wang is King); however this title does not means as “King”, for western title this should be equivalent to a Duke, the male ruler of a duchy. Duke title in China is higher rank of a Prince and only below rank of a King.

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Prologue

Feng Ming died.

It was never occurred to him that his life would be so short. For a nineteen years old, Feng Ming believes his life was just starting and should not have ended. Read the rest of this entry