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Little Mushroom: Judgment Day

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I’m crazy impressed with the story. I couldn’t put this book down, it was addicting. The concept alone drew me in, but the way the story went had me on the edge of my seat. I never knew what would happen next, it was not at all predictable. To some people, it might feel like a mishmash of events, but not to me. I knew that it was leading up to this moment of reunion between An Zhe and his spore the whole time, it was just a matter of how we were going to get there. Speaking of, the author is genius for the way she did this. The main objective of the story (An Zhe reuniting with his spore) is laid out in the first chapter, and then several events happen in the middle that show characters development and allows us to get close to certain side characters, and then the goal is accomplished in the last chapter. We have a solid conclusion to the main part of the story, but both An Zhe and the readers are in too deep to not continue. I enjoyed this book. The worldbuilding was engaging and well-developed as readers follow the story along with An Zhe. As a protagonist, An Zhe is likeable. He's sweet. It was great to experience him learning more about being human and human society. How his relationship with Lu Feng progresses feels natural and I became invested, because as much as An Zhe learns, there is stuff he still doesn't know, and it's a treat to read! That third meeting between them?! Ohhhh, my god! They keep getting better, too, and the humor hits as well. This book is also fantastic as a lover of dramatic irony. There is so much!!! The wait for the next volume to see how everything (the relationship and the main dilemmas of the plot) gets resolved is going to be hard, though I do like where this volume ended. But where will he find it, in a world so big, where elemental beings infect humans and in retaliation, humans kill them? But An Zhe's mutation goes undetected by Lu Feng's eyes, and so a tale of humans and xenogenics unfolds... An Ze you sweet sweet soul. I wish you nothin but happiness. All you want to is to live in peace. His simpleness is what makes you love him more. He doesn’t deserve so many things happening to him. Lu Feng, I truly don’t know what to think about you. You are an equally tortured soul.

Pauli gifts An Zhe several books of poetry, which he and Lu Feng read to one another. Though these authors occupied a world very different from his own, An Zhe finds reflections of himself and his experiences in the words.In the Abyss, home to the mutated xenogenics, there lived a sentient little mushroom. Because it had been nourished by the blood and flesh of the deceased human An Ze, not only did it take on a similar-looking human form, but a similar name as well: An Zhe.

Don’t let the title and cover fool you.. THIS IS NOT A CUTE BOOK OKAY (even tho yes the main character is cute AF) it’s actually quite dark full of monsters and crazy mutant human-plant or human-arthropod and the world is in the edge of ending 😨🫣 first of all, this is such a wonderful unique premise - a story about a sentient little mushroom who gains human form amidst an ecological apocalypse and has to learn what it means to be human while watching humankind lose their humanity in a bid to save the world. It might be a depressing routine, but he does it to keep himself sane. Language: English Words: 1,097 Chapters: 1/1 Comments: 6 Kudos: 31 Bookmarks: 5 Hits: 218Truly, one of my favorite dynamics. But here it’s especially interesting. Lu Feng is the most terrifying man on the human base. If he deems you a risk, he will shoot you on the spot—no reason given. However, it’s clear from his first official meeting with An Zhe that the man knows more than anyone can imagine and that he does in fact care. If he didn’t, he would’ve shot An Zhe on sight. And it’s those little things that make this ship compelling—Lu Feng will show An Zhe his reasons. He will slow down when An Zhe asks for it. He will accept his inventions, answer his questions, and listen to his explanations. And for the cold man who everyone is terrified of, those little things make him very warm toward An Zhe. An Zhe saw Lu Feng lower his gun and expressionlessly wipe it down while leaning against the wall, seeming not to care about anything. Until the day humanity falls.” In the year 2020, Earth’s magnetic poles disappeared and humankind was nearly wiped out by cosmic radiation. Within the span of a hundred years, living creatures began to mutate and devour each other while the remaining humans, numbering in the tens of thousands, struggled bitterly in their man-made bases. In the Abyss, home to the mutated xenogenics, there lived a sentient little mushroom. Because it had been nourished by the blood and flesh of the deceased human An Ze, not only did it take on a similar-looking human form, but a similar name as well: An Zhe. An Zhe is determined to go to the human base to search for his spore, which had been harvested by humans. Once there, however, he faces the omnipresent risk of discovery and certain death as he tries to keep his non-human nature hidden from the Judges, whose responsibility is to inspect for and eliminate xenogenics like himself. And of all the Judges, Colonel Lu Feng is the most perceptive and merciless―as soon as he determines that someone is a xenogenic, he will execute that person on the spot. But An Zhe’s mutation goes undetected by Lu Feng’s eyes, and so a tale of humans and xenogenics unfolds… Little Mushroom: Judgment Day by Shisi – eBook Details

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