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Song of the Long March

Song of the Long March

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Choukakou, Chang Ge Xing
Japanese: 長歌行

Information

Type: Manhua
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Feb 2011 to ?
Authors: Xia, Da (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Fans

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Ranked: #562
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Popularity: #717
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Synopsis

Chang An in the Tang Dynasty of China (618–907): The demon star is passing through the sky, calamity is about to befall the Tang Dynasty.

Princess Yongning is forced to flee the castle after her family is killed. Because she is young, she is able to pass for a boy and becomes renowned as a great military strategist. On her journey, she makes trusted allies with her skills as well as fearsome enemies while aiming to protect the Tang Dynasty and exact revenge.

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Characters

Li, Chang Ge
Main
Ashina, Sun
Main
Qiao, ShiQi
Main
Mimi
Supporting
Mujin
Supporting
Qin, Gu
Supporting
Fang, Xuan Ling
Supporting
Heng, GongSun
Supporting
Du, Ruhui
Supporting
Ashina, She Er
Supporting


More reviewsReviews

Sep 13, 2013
inzaratha (All reviews)
If you are searching for your next favorite try Song of the Long March, it is an intelligent tale of revenge and survival after a political coup set in historical China.

Song of the Long March ( aka Chouka kou) is Not your average manga or rather manhua.

Li Change is the daughter of the emperor and is raised in a way to cultivate her intelligence rather than her beauty. When her family is assassinated in a political coup by another family member, she escapes and disappears while allowing her death to be read more
Aug 10, 2015
ktlicious (All reviews)
I have only recently gotten into historical mangas, and this one blew me out of the water.
It's hard to believe the author is so young- the art is beautiful, the plot is perfectly complex, and the characters are intelligent, powerful, and flawed. This manga will go down as one of my all time favorites and I encourage anyone looking for a new heart-stopping read to pick this up immediately!
Jan 24, 2017
White_Wolf_Anna (All reviews)
I love this manhua so much for so many reasons!

First: I love the historical genre! You learn so much about Chinese history and the ancient Chinese culture which I find so fascinating!

Second: I love the plot! It grabs you and pulls you in at the very beginning, and leaves you at the edge of your seat through out the story with very little to no boring stretches.

Third: Out of all the manga/manhwa/manhua I have read I think that this one probably has the most beautiful art in my read more
Mar 11, 2016
GoldenDango (All reviews)
Song of the Long March contains:
-A strong female lead who does things her way. She is smart and has not even a bit of weakness making herself strong, making it enjoyable to watch her journey running away from those after her.
-The side character does not pale against the main character either with each side character with their own characteristics and goal as they cross paths with the female lead.
- The story takes place in the historical era of China and is a twist of the runway princess that is wanted dead. Have the female rather than, in hiding, make her own path. A story that read more

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