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All the martial artists wanted was to earn a spot in history. Some blended in the crowd, and some didn't. Some worked their way to the top and some became nothing but heaps of dust on the ground. Some were born into riches and jewels, and some were born with nothing but a strong mind and a great talent, like Zen Luo. However, when he saw just how unfair the world was, he c All the martial artists wanted was to earn a spot in history. Some blended in the crowd, and some didn't. Some worked their way to the top and some became nothing but heaps of dust on the ground. Some were born into riches and jewels, and some were born with nothing but a strong mind and a great talent, like Zen Luo. However, when he saw just how unfair the world was, he couldn't stay put and set out on a journey towards greatness, with only two goals in mind: To witness the world from the very peak of martial arts and to provide a safe and happy future to the people he cared about. Falling from nobility, Zen Luo became a humble slave and served as a human punchbag for his former cousins. Inadvertently, he found a way to refine himself into a weapon and a legend started because of that. With a strong belief in never surrender, he strove for revenges and pursued big dreams. Warriors from various clans contended for hegemony and the world was stirred. Relying on the body that was comparable to a powerful weapon, Zen beat his numerous enemies on his way to the immortality. Would he succeed eventually?


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All the martial artists wanted was to earn a spot in history. Some blended in the crowd, and some didn't. Some worked their way to the top and some became nothing but heaps of dust on the ground. Some were born into riches and jewels, and some were born with nothing but a strong mind and a great talent, like Zen Luo. However, when he saw just how unfair the world was, he c All the martial artists wanted was to earn a spot in history. Some blended in the crowd, and some didn't. Some worked their way to the top and some became nothing but heaps of dust on the ground. Some were born into riches and jewels, and some were born with nothing but a strong mind and a great talent, like Zen Luo. However, when he saw just how unfair the world was, he couldn't stay put and set out on a journey towards greatness, with only two goals in mind: To witness the world from the very peak of martial arts and to provide a safe and happy future to the people he cared about. Falling from nobility, Zen Luo became a humble slave and served as a human punchbag for his former cousins. Inadvertently, he found a way to refine himself into a weapon and a legend started because of that. With a strong belief in never surrender, he strove for revenges and pursued big dreams. Warriors from various clans contended for hegemony and the world was stirred. Relying on the body that was comparable to a powerful weapon, Zen beat his numerous enemies on his way to the immortality. Would he succeed eventually?

30 review for From Cellar to Throne: Zen's Quest for Immortality 17: The Purgatory Fire Snake

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kelsey Smoot

    Kindle unlimited reading only I love this series one of the good translations out there .. but it took awhile for this to be on kindle unlimited like the other books...and while I wouldn't mind paying usually since I really like the story, the fact that there are ads in the book either at the end of each chapter or every other chapter makes it that I won't buy it. I'd advise putting the mobo reader ad at the end of the book if at all. If there was no ads I'd be willing to buy-buy it but with ads Kindle unlimited reading only I love this series one of the good translations out there .. but it took awhile for this to be on kindle unlimited like the other books...and while I wouldn't mind paying usually since I really like the story, the fact that there are ads in the book either at the end of each chapter or every other chapter makes it that I won't buy it. I'd advise putting the mobo reader ad at the end of the book if at all. If there was no ads I'd be willing to buy-buy it but with ads no way.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cyrus Formoso

    Bored You can skip thru the last chapters and wont miss anything interesting. This book is not so great. A lot of running a lot of escaping. Immagine a bunch of country bumpkins went to disneyland only to find out theyre too short for rides. Theyre too young to eat the food or drinks. Never in the whole series where Zen was totally useless. This whole arc doesnt deserve multiple books.

  3. 5 out of 5

    laeaurra flamehawk-mitchell

    Finishing the tower of sin The trip through the dark nether caves was a bit like Dante 's inferno. Trippy and strange. I liked the Tower of Sin arc, but I'm glad that it's over. Zen had way outgrown it. Some of the mysteries are revealed this time. Great reading Finishing the tower of sin The trip through the dark nether caves was a bit like Dante 's inferno. Trippy and strange. I liked the Tower of Sin arc, but I'm glad that it's over. Zen had way outgrown it. Some of the mysteries are revealed this time. Great reading

  4. 4 out of 5

    James

    Enjoyable This book was a good read that introduced more plot devices for later in the story as the MC grows in power.

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