Tianjiang Xianshu Nan
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Tianjiang Xianshu Nan

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Japanese: 天降贤淑男

Information

Type: Manhua
Volumes: 18
Chapters: 134
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 8, 2012 to May 5, 2017
Genres: ComedyComedy, DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, SupernaturalSupernatural
Authors: Xiao Guai (Art), Xingye, Ying (Story)
Serialization: None

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Ranked: #329522
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Popularity: #37341
Members: 43
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Synopsis

Su Jia Ao is a normal high school girl, and she's in an unbelievable situation she's never encountered before: a fiancee descended from the sky. His attractiveness can't be stopped, together with that thing; this fiancee is exquisite, kind, gentle, and a highly moral person. Her parents and her neighbours compliment him nonstop. But... What a joke! Who would want to marry someone, who doesn't have man's qualities, as her husband? I'm afraid, even if I come to the Dong Nu Clan, who uses women are superior to men as an ethic, it won't work. For sure, I'll break the chain of these old principles and sing a song of freedom!

(Source: MU)

Background

Tianjiang Xianshu Nan is an adaptation of Xingye Ying's 2009 novel Jia You Xi Shi.

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Feb 10, 2020
JennyNoelle (All reviews)
Tianjiang Xianshu Nan, or Tian Jiang Xian Shu Nan, is one of my favorite manhua/s. I frequently re-read it to this day.

The art is very good, even with the watermarks (it eventually gets better). It's very vibrant and colorful, with plenty of pretty visuals.

The characters are likable, and effectively comedic.

The story is engaging, with many story arcs and long chapters. It is one of the few stories I know that breaks-down gender roles and stereotypes. Believe it or not, the protagonist doesn't end up with the tsundere bad boy!

Overall, it's a good read, and one I thoroughly recommend.

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