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In the continent of Chang'an humans had lived as livestock and slaves to the Primordial Beasts. These beasts were ferocious, bloodthirsty and overwhelmingly powerful, but even so, the humans managed to prevail in the face of despair. As the human race grew stronger the Primordial Beasts fought back with relentless fierceness, rousing beast hordes to engage in frenzied bat In the continent of Chang'an humans had lived as livestock and slaves to the Primordial Beasts. These beasts were ferocious, bloodthirsty and overwhelmingly powerful, but even so, the humans managed to prevail in the face of despair. As the human race grew stronger the Primordial Beasts fought back with relentless fierceness, rousing beast hordes to engage in frenzied battles over the land. Every single child on the continent was taught martial arts for the sake of fighting these Primordial Beasts, yet many of them were sent straight to their death. In this world filled with constant battle, a young boy was born. This young boy was hoping to become the most outstanding cultivator, but who would have thought that his talent was so poor that he could not even cultivate? As the boy was filled with despair over his unfortunate situation, a life changing event occurred which would forever leave a scar in his mind, pushing him to transcend his limits and grow to become a legend.


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In the continent of Chang'an humans had lived as livestock and slaves to the Primordial Beasts. These beasts were ferocious, bloodthirsty and overwhelmingly powerful, but even so, the humans managed to prevail in the face of despair. As the human race grew stronger the Primordial Beasts fought back with relentless fierceness, rousing beast hordes to engage in frenzied bat In the continent of Chang'an humans had lived as livestock and slaves to the Primordial Beasts. These beasts were ferocious, bloodthirsty and overwhelmingly powerful, but even so, the humans managed to prevail in the face of despair. As the human race grew stronger the Primordial Beasts fought back with relentless fierceness, rousing beast hordes to engage in frenzied battles over the land. Every single child on the continent was taught martial arts for the sake of fighting these Primordial Beasts, yet many of them were sent straight to their death. In this world filled with constant battle, a young boy was born. This young boy was hoping to become the most outstanding cultivator, but who would have thought that his talent was so poor that he could not even cultivate? As the boy was filled with despair over his unfortunate situation, a life changing event occurred which would forever leave a scar in his mind, pushing him to transcend his limits and grow to become a legend.

30 review for World of Beasts

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jay Collins

    2.5 stars, not really that good, I did find some entertainment at times but it was just very typical of the old type of Chinese type movie, where everyone fights for no reason. Where a small interaction can all of a sudden lead to a blood feud over nothing. The love interest and how it comes about is also does not have a natural pace and odd. All in all it is just a little odd at times and does not appeal to me on the big scale. I will not be continuing this series but others have liked it so I 2.5 stars, not really that good, I did find some entertainment at times but it was just very typical of the old type of Chinese type movie, where everyone fights for no reason. Where a small interaction can all of a sudden lead to a blood feud over nothing. The love interest and how it comes about is also does not have a natural pace and odd. All in all it is just a little odd at times and does not appeal to me on the big scale. I will not be continuing this series but others have liked it so I hope you do too, just not for me.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Wilson

    4.25 Stars

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ellen Prenelus

    Mind blowing for my first novel translation book! Wow. This book was amazing there was no mistakes and was just non-stop action and drama really cool how the author created the plot. It was a really good book can't wait for the next. Mind blowing for my first novel translation book! Wow. This book was amazing there was no mistakes and was just non-stop action and drama really cool how the author created the plot. It was a really good book can't wait for the next.

  4. 4 out of 5

    James

    A pleasant surprise. I enjoyed this book way more than I thought I would. The characters are interesting and I like how the MC is a socially awkward kid that has few friends but is loyal to them. The pacing was good and I enjoyed the fight scenes.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    DNF I didn't get far. What I read was almost nothing but clunky exposition, delivered by awkward dialogue. Goodreads ratings are just silly DNF I didn't get far. What I read was almost nothing but clunky exposition, delivered by awkward dialogue. Goodreads ratings are just silly

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nuri Nelson

    Great story I honestly liked this story. It is well written and isn't riddled with grammar errors as some are. Next book pls lol Great story I honestly liked this story. It is well written and isn't riddled with grammar errors as some are. Next book pls lol

  7. 5 out of 5

    Steven Naylor

    Rating 4.0 stars I am not sure how to write this review. Do I write it for the people that already know about Wuxia/cultivation/progression books or not? This will be a pretty short review if I skip over all the cultivation stuff because that is what most of these books are about. It also has the same characteristics as other wuxia novels. Set in Chinese culture type world. All the names are hard for me to pronounce. Cultivating and how powerful one becomes is the only thing society cares about. Rating 4.0 stars I am not sure how to write this review. Do I write it for the people that already know about Wuxia/cultivation/progression books or not? This will be a pretty short review if I skip over all the cultivation stuff because that is what most of these books are about. It also has the same characteristics as other wuxia novels. Set in Chinese culture type world. All the names are hard for me to pronounce. Cultivating and how powerful one becomes is the only thing society cares about. The stronger the people, the more they can fight against the primordial beasts. The story follows a young boy as he is about to start on his cultivation path. He is 10 years old. He meets a person that changes his life. (view spoiler)[ This person kills the entire village where the boy lives and takes the boy away to raise him after stealing his memories. There is something special about this boy, but it is never mentioned what makes him so special. In fact, for a good chunk of the story he is considered trash since he is not able to cultivate at all. He spends five years being ridiculed and looked down on before his benefactor leaves, but only after finding a unique cultivation method for the boy that more than makes up for lost time. He also leaves the boy with martial techniques that are much better than what anyone else has. He gains strength quickly and ends up being strong enough to join the army like everyone else. We still don't know what makes him so special and what his benefactor has planned for him. (hide spoiler)] Overall I enjoyed the story. It didn't spend overmuch time on how a person cultivates and just focused on the story and the skills without getting too in depth. There were a lot of things that were repeated over over again, but I have found that to be true in all the other Wuxia books I have read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tony Hinde

    It's my belief, solely based on reading the book, that it was translated into English by a non-native speaker. Either that or the author has some form of vocabulary dyslexia. The moral and emotional tone is also slightly disconcerting... perhaps the author is very young, or it could be a cultural difference. The net effect was that I was constantly being pulled out of the story by jarring flaws in the writing. On the plus side, the world-building is decent (a variant on standard Wuxia lore), the It's my belief, solely based on reading the book, that it was translated into English by a non-native speaker. Either that or the author has some form of vocabulary dyslexia. The moral and emotional tone is also slightly disconcerting... perhaps the author is very young, or it could be a cultural difference. The net effect was that I was constantly being pulled out of the story by jarring flaws in the writing. On the plus side, the world-building is decent (a variant on standard Wuxia lore), the protagonist is sympathetic (mostly) and the central mystery is engaging. I'm going to read the next book and if things improve... who knows.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Gustavo

    I read this book on wuxiaworld. A really cool origin story for a future hero, there are so many questions about why he's raised by his uncle, or how he survived something he was not supposed to do. But as the hero has even less memory of the events than what we get to read, it makes for a pretty good conspiracy forming.. The only question is who is conspiring and why. It's also the story of somebody different that gets to start growing way after everybody else of his age did, and how he copes wit I read this book on wuxiaworld. A really cool origin story for a future hero, there are so many questions about why he's raised by his uncle, or how he survived something he was not supposed to do. But as the hero has even less memory of the events than what we get to read, it makes for a pretty good conspiracy forming.. The only question is who is conspiring and why. It's also the story of somebody different that gets to start growing way after everybody else of his age did, and how he copes with it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Chris Kirkby

    DNF | My biggest hurdle here is how the prose is written and the amount of exposition especially early on (this may lay up later in the story), I think if you can get though that, there is an interesting story building.. but got about 30% through before the combination of the writing style and being told things rather than experiencing them naturally in the story became too much for me.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Shane

    Good Only complaint I have a bout the story is the translation problems. The repetition of what happened before. It’s constant throughout the story. I know it’s a translation issue but it is frustrating to the point I want to skip ahead. The story is great and interesting. I will be reading the next book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kaleb henry Jakovac

    Good cultivation book, seems to be a unique take. This one definitely stands out compared to others I've read. Interesting character personalities and fast paced enough not to get boring. Good cultivation book, seems to be a unique take. This one definitely stands out compared to others I've read. Interesting character personalities and fast paced enough not to get boring.

  13. 5 out of 5

    laeaurra flamehawk-mitchell

    Strange beginnings Such an odd protagonist. I liked the book. Reading one where the main character is so withdrawn and isolated... Maybe that is about right for these sorts of books. The beginning was a little slow but as an intro, this worked.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sean Adams

    Xue Wei has enough differences from Hui Yue and the cultivation system is slightly different or approached differently because it's a different world. I'm going to spoil it too much, but this was a really great read and I'm looking forward to reading the series. Xue Wei has enough differences from Hui Yue and the cultivation system is slightly different or approached differently because it's a different world. I'm going to spoil it too much, but this was a really great read and I'm looking forward to reading the series.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rodger Nelson

    This is an interesting start to the series although I have to say I have to wonder about that pearl aspect. Is Xue Wei going to turn out to be some sort of human/beast hybrid or something? Cause that pearl sounds an awful lot like a beast core. Though its odd that it would be located where it is.

  16. 4 out of 5

    michael hooper

    Loved it Fast paced page turner with interesting characters that you can instantly root for. Very little of the boring cultivation parts. The story kept moving very quickly. I will be getting more books in the series

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Wolf

    Fun read Xianxia stories are my guilty pleasure. I just wish they weren't so overly wordy. The editing was fine for this book and I enjoyed the story. I look forward to the next book Fun read Xianxia stories are my guilty pleasure. I just wish they weren't so overly wordy. The editing was fine for this book and I enjoyed the story. I look forward to the next book

  18. 4 out of 5

    Marshall Rumsley

    4 stars Overall good, a bit of a quick read. The story is pretty good, there is a bit of flowery language used to gloss over hard to explain things, but it’s kinda standard for this genre. I will read volume 2, recommended.

  19. 4 out of 5

    John #Audible

    Yea, its just another Wuxia. Repetitive, unoriginal, boring as watching paint dry, this falls into the majority of Wuxia / Cultivation books. Everyone is Trash below them and Everyone is power hungry pieces of garbage.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ahmed

    I’m sorry, but the writing and story telling is bad, I read this after reading dragon heart by kirill klivansky, it’s a translated work, with cultivation. It’s written and translated much, much better.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Kern

    Good book I finally had time to read this. It has been on my wish list for about three months. I really enjoyed it. I will be reading book 2 tomorrow night.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dániel Farkas

    Soso I read it, but it didnt maker me feel any special feelings so thats why this is just soso. I will still buy the next books, for i love the writer

  23. 4 out of 5

    Roberto

    horrid world full of self serving ass-hats, murderous classiest pricks and a null MC. only decent character in the entire book was the first friend he makes.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Reader

    3.7

  25. 4 out of 5

    Davidl Campbell'Sr

    Fairly Good 👍 Not a hold lot to brag about this is a introduction story that goes pretty fast the characters are okay and the action overall is fairly simple.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Grant Merrifield

    Good book to reread Good book to reread,probably the 6th time I have read this book. Still a good story. On to the next.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Antoinette Brown

    Love Another great story to get me wrapped up in a whole new world. I can't wait until the next installment! Love Another great story to get me wrapped up in a whole new world. I can't wait until the next installment!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ben

  29. 4 out of 5

    Connor

  30. 4 out of 5

    Eddie Staben

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