She falls in love with him in the most simple time of her life, as if falling into an abyss and unable to extricate herself. Secretly in love with him for many years and one short month of happiness become the snail’s heavy shell in the back, like being joined by blood vessels so it is difficult to let go.
She has been crawling forward with a heavy shell, as the person she loves most has never been within her reach. She forgets no matter how fast she runs, she is still a running snail who cannot keep up with the pace of time. There is a man who is willing to always keep watch over her and endure her snail’s pace. Whenever she turns around, that person will gently smile and says, it doesn’t matter, I’ll wait for you.
An unforgettable and memorable joyful childhood sweethearts. One who is cold and detached yet cannot hide the gentleness and tenderness. One who accompanies you from beginning to end, through rain and shine. When the shell can no longer shelter her from the wind and rain. When the heart string is once again touched by the gentle and soft gaze, how should she choose ……
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There are three novels on three good friends. The first book is called Running Snail on Wei Nan who is a doctor. The second book is called Waiting for a Sunny Day on Xiao Qing who can be considered an artist. The third book is called The World’s Sweetest First Love on Qi Juan who is a lawyer which I think is an online game book.
Never mind since I think she didn’t complete it so pointless to search. Btw I doubt Gu Man will release a book this yr. I think she never gonna release one by the look of thing:( Such a tortise.
Hey, are u sure u gave me the correct book 奔跑的蜗牛???? When I read the synosis, no mention of the male lead being an internet writer. In fact the story sounds sad. I didn’t sleep well these days so feeling a bit down so pls no sad books. U got any happy book but with smart female that doesn’t need to use the brain to recommend me?
The male lead works in IT or something. It’s just that when he was in college, he wrote mystery stories for fun, which is why he quit suddenly and got the fans hopping mad when “he didn’t feel like writing anymore” and left everyone hanging as to the identity of the murderer, lol.
This story is bittersweet. The female lead and 2nd male lead separate due to a misunderstanding. The broken relationship wounds her deeply, and she finds it difficult to move on. At this point, the male lead appears. He watches her trying to deal with her broken heart and falls in love with her. However, he acts like a good friend to her because he knows she’s not ready for a relationship.
The story has a lot of funny moments though. For example, one time the female lead borrows her roommate’s laptop to chat with the male lead. He hacks into the laptop and finds adult movies so he mistakenly thinks they’re hers. He deletes them, saying girls shouldn’t watch these types of movies. When the roommate comes back, she freaks out when finding out all her “precious movies” are gone, lol.
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This is not the posting of a new book but separation of books which I’ve lazily lumped together previously. I’ve not read this book but I’ve listened to 5 chapters of the audio book. For lovers of modern audio books, I highly recommend this one bcos it is rather well-made by ximalaya with I think 3 voices. The downside is that only 6 chapters have been uploaded and the upload will only be at the weekend so you have to be patient.
Storywise, this is also quite good. I won’t say it is very good but worth a listen with enough humor and angst. It is quite interesting and I doubt you’ll fall asleep. There is childhood sweetheart but different fr the norm. Also, it is a story abt letting go & moving on which is different fr Silent Separation 😛 There are 2 male leads and I am a bit torn between them 🙁
I’ve set up my top 10 list in the audiobooks section of the blog. If you’ve further queries, leave me a comment in the respective books. Actually I like radio drama the most but they are too summarised.
Thanks for creating this awesome place where everyone could join together in their love of C Novels. I’m like you in the regard that I can’t read chinese, but my listening skills are adequate enough to get the main gist of what’s going on (your’s is def better than mine). So on that same vein, do you have any recommendation for audiobooks? I like similar stories to you [gu man] and I also like xian xia (which I think you aren’t particularly interested in?)