Sea of Flowers 月都花落,沧海花开 by 天籁纸鸢/君子以泽 Jun Zi Yi Ze/Tian Lai Zhi Yuan (BE)

Jun Zi Ye’s wrap up of Historical Records and Shan Hai Jing ancient myths.
The love story between the City of Yue’s little Princess, Luo Wei and the God of the Sea, Yin Ze.

In Ancient Times, the god of the Water, Yin Ze contributions to the mythical battle between the Gods and the Demons. Greatly lifted by the Emperor of the Gods, Haotian.

He had once refined the Mystical Blue Stone for NvWa.

Collected the five colored stones to fortell the future and killed the Black Dragon and brought peace across the 9 kingdoms. Leading the Xuan Yuan people to defeating Chi You in the battle of Zhuo Lu.

When Gong Gong, held up a strike to not watch over the mountains, Yin Ze took up his post and became the second Supreme God of Water and ruled over the waters of Heaven and Earth.

For his beloved woman, using the descending water from the heaven to build the city of Su Zhao.

And because the descending water from heaven’s aura accumulated over time. 200 years later, Spirits were born and called the people of Su Zhao. Very quickly, they had made Su Zhao into a glorious city. Luo Wei is the 5th Su Zhao king’s youngest daughter, and grew up with her adopted brother.

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17 Responses

  1. hamster428
    hamster428 June 21, 2015 at 2:45 am |

    Is this good? I’m craving for a good mythology.

  2. wisteria9bloom2
    wisteria9bloom2 June 21, 2015 at 8:33 am |

    Is this good? I love her modern novels.

  3. peach
    peach June 21, 2015 at 11:25 am |

    Is there a happy ending? And is it a 虐 kind of story?

  4. FlowingFlower
    FlowingFlower June 22, 2015 at 10:39 am |

    Can someone give me the viet title please?

  5. hamster428
    hamster428 June 22, 2015 at 9:51 pm |

    I wasn’t able to find it in Viet. The author is Quan Tu Di Trach and several of her other works are available, but not this one yet.

  6. FlowingFlower
    FlowingFlower June 23, 2015 at 2:28 pm |

    Thank you for the authors name! I like mythological novels but haven’t found any adequate one since finishing all the big name ones.

  7. chancy426
    chancy426 June 23, 2015 at 5:49 pm |

    This story is pretty addicting and one of those stories where it’s hard to ship because both her foster brother and her teacher are such wonderful characters. It’s a bad ending thought. Everyone is just begging the Audiobook reader to change the ending, but it’ll be sad still since one guy has got to hurt.

    The difference in this story with others is usually in mythology novels the girl also either a mortal or a immortal being able to live forever. This one she is a spirit and only has a life of 200 years. While her brother is a xian and her teacher is a God so their lifespan is so much longer.

    The female lead is very likeable and funny. I love her pet in the story too! Brings so much memories from Once Promised with the background and things. I tried to read the author’s other book “Ou Ting’s Blessing”, but the setting is so strange. More western and seems very alter universe.

  8. hamster428
    hamster428 June 24, 2015 at 2:51 am |

    Odin’s Blessing is based on the Norse mythology so it would be more western. I mean, it has Loki lolz.

  9. Lin
    Lin February 8, 2016 at 3:00 am |

    Can anyone tell me what is “fortell” is? ://
    Actually, the original is different a little bit, but is OK because you guys don’t know much the chinese myth

  10. sparklingdawnlights
    sparklingdawnlights February 8, 2016 at 8:50 am |

    In this case it just means he could look into the future

  11. darcy
    darcy June 13, 2016 at 9:12 am |

    I just finished the audiobook (in 3 days… it was too addicting) and while I didn’t understand what was going on 100% of the time because I was multi-tasking, I still liked it!

    The lead, Luo Wei, was a really likeable character that changed a lot from the beginning to the end from cringeworthy-ly innocent to someone who ends up looking back and reflecting critically and with nostalgia on how the way that she loved.

    I didn’t really ship her with either her teacher, Yinze or her adoptive brother, Fu Chenzhi but liked the way that both love interests played a really important place in her life. Her pet was really cute and so was the lotus spirit!

    The passing of time and growing up was a really strong theme in this book, and I really liked that about it! The ending was sad, but I thought that there was a feeling of inevitability about it TT_TT

  12. laylabeauty
    laylabeauty July 15, 2016 at 4:24 pm |

    I’ve just finished this book. At the beginning of this book I really love the female lead character. (Luo wei) She’s very cute, but when I finished it I love the male lead character (Yin zhe) more than her.

    Spoiler Inside SelectShow

    Recommended!! 4.5/5

  13. Like_xianxia
    Like_xianxia October 12, 2016 at 12:51 am |

    Someone needs to put this down as SE, it’s funny, plot is well-written, fast-paced, female lead is interesting. The angst comes from the disparity between the female and male leads – he being a very powerful and immortal Water God, having lived 7700 years when he met her and she being a water spirit, having a lifespan of only 300 years. In summary, the first half is enjoyable, the second half is a mix of heartbreak and character growth for the female and the end is when we get the full picture as to why it all happened the way it did. Listen to the audiobook for full story. I don’t regret listening but feelings are mixed as with all sad endings, but to me this ending is still sensible and the story is worth having listened to.

  14. raini
    raini October 13, 2016 at 8:23 am |

    Will definitely be reading this audio book next for 云天河s voice!! The story seems to be my cup of tea too. Love 山海经 and Chinese fantasy themed stories a lot.

  15. raini
    raini October 31, 2016 at 4:00 am |

    Just finished this story and all I can say is, this author is such a stepmother!!! My poor heart hurts too much right now…

    There’s a continuation of sorts for the OTP in her recently published book 镜中蔷薇
    I’m thinking of giving it a try just because I feel so heartbroken over the OTP in this book. Going to read it without “sequel” in mind since it’s modern story. The names are really similar though.

    Ying Ze loves Luo Wei so much, it leaves me feeling imbalanced in this story that a part of me feels she doesn’t deserve him. I’m also never reading her other book where Ying Ze is the second main guy. Can’t bear him not ending up with another girl and I kind of hold a grudge against Shang Yan. Very very evil author here, I just hope she gives Ying Ze a good ending with Luo Wei in 镜中蔷薇 I don’t care if story is modern. I’m desperate!!

  16. Wisteria9bloom2
    Wisteria9bloom2 December 31, 2016 at 11:47 am |

    I loved the book but have problem understanding some parts with all the myths. Luo Wei is so cute.

  17. pettes
    pettes May 25, 2018 at 4:08 am |

    possibly spoiler

    I really think the author did intepreted or put buddhism philosophy in it. Especially the one “to love is to suffer” and that the real love is to let it go…. because we know at the beginning anyway that with their unequal lifespans – tragedy is bound to happen. What makes me really like this story is that everyone in the story got at least what they yearn for…but not all their lives. Because who gets everything they yearn for for the rest of their lives?
    what makes me cry the most is the ending of the special chapter through Yin Ze’s POV – I mean, that’s the most beautiful sentence I’ve ever seen. He went back in time to console young Luo Wei .. and the last sentence is “Wei-er, We met again for the first time in this life” It’s her first time seeing him and it’s his last time seeing her…My HEART.


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