Zui Wu Dao. Part 1 -Chapter 3

To my dear readers,

This chapter is relatively short and not as exciting as the 2nd chapter. Chapter 4 is going to be much better! Haha (but I haven’t started translating it yet). Currently, I’ve read 30+ chapters, and this book gets REALLY good. It’s definitely a challenge for me to translate, but I’ll do it. You have to be patient though, because it takes me a lot of time and brain power.

Here is the original source: http://www.17k.com/chapter/452819/10736959.html

And here is my promoted post: HOW MOST ASIAN PARENTS THINK <– this makes up for the “not as interesting” chapter. Haha

P.S. I am aware Part 3 of this novel is incomplete. I’m still planning to translate at least Part 1 and 2 though.

Chapter 3            The Blackout

After Xuan Luo fainted, Master Li carried him and Guan Shan Jue back to the house behind the restaurant.

Since Guan Shan Jue was already very old, his injuries were relatively serious. No one really knew what happened, but the villagers had some assumptions:

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