Shu Ya-wang is a 28-yr-old landscape architect who is born into a military family. When she was 16 years old, Yawang’s father asked her to take care of 10-yr-old Xia Shu.
Xia Shu had experienced death during his childhood. He stayed by the body of his dead mother for the whole night. This caused Xia Shu to become withdrawn (emotionally/mentally?) from the rest of the world. Over time, the warm-hearted Ya-wang slowly got through to Xia Shu.
Ya-wang’s childhood good friend Tang Xiao-tian got enlisted into the army after high school, and she later at the university got to know Qu Wei-ran a classmate who eventually turned into a foe. From then on, the lives of Ya-wang, Xia Shu and Tang Xiao-tian, three of them changed dramatically.
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Another novel which has been adapted into a movie with a Korean and 2 ex-Korean band members. If I am not mistaken this novel has 3 parts and bad ending. Actually Lee Min Ho was offered one of the role earlier but due to scheduling conflict, he withdrew.
I’ve not read this novel but it has pretty good rating. I can’t handle a book with 3 equally important guys as my heart will be shattered to pieces if my ship sinks 🙁 Hence I’ll leave this to those readers with a heart of steel 😛
You can find spoiler here.
[…] 50. Xià Mù from novel: Passion Heaven […]
Peanut my Vietnamese is not good but the story seem so good and only rely on the English translation to understand the whole story but I think have to wait long time. Can u tell me the story why Ywang marry Qu Wen Ran?
Sorry, I didn’t read the book so don’t know anything. You can ask Kris’s fans for spoiler or try to look for it here http://wyfuniverse.livejournal.com/15326.html?page=3
[…] Passion Heaven – Zi Yue (M, […]
The book is being translated by Yifanqini at http://yifanqini.tumblr.com/passion-heaven-translations and you can visit WYFUniverse to discuss with Kris fans http://wyfuniverse.livejournal.com/130259.html
Trying to reassemble the broken pieces of my heart after reading this novel. I don’t think I’ll be able to watch the movie if it means another heartbreak for me.
Xia Mu *cries*
I have the same thoughts as joannakuang after reading this novel too!!
Really like the character Xia Mu!
I admit it, i cried my heart out O|O, my first chinese novel n my first chinese movie such a great experience.
To those who translate this novel to english, thank you soooo much for your haard work