My Wife Is From a Thousand Years Ago Average 4.3 / 5 out of 96
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Wojia Laopo Laizi Yiqian Nian Qian, 我家老婆来自一千年前, Wǒjiā Lǎopó Láizì Yīqiān Nián Qián
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It’s interesting to see an mc developing a foot fetish chapter-by-chapter. 10/10
I fell bad for both of them having to live in modern china.
Thought she saw the usual clip of the ghost that people send as an attachment to your email. The one where there is nothing, and then suddenly a big fat face staring at you.
Is the hairdryer made from petrified wood?
Ayo? That girl… is she bold or just shy?
8/10 It’s great considering it’s a Manhua. It starts slow in the beginning but gradually gets better. Definitely recommended.
I see. MC is into older girls. Then he thought I skip the granny and take the mummy.
See now, if this was actually China their cameras would have picked up who this mysterious woman was already and she would most likely be arrested and put into a lab while the boy would be put into some kind of detention camp.
111 chapters and no wife
(Read up to chapter 111)
I really loved this story, and that’s surprising since it’s a manhua. Whether it was the plot, art, the characters, or even the translation, everything seemed great. I don’t need to say much since some people spoiled a bit in the comments, however, I will say that it’s quite interesting. The ML and FL take care of each other in their own ways, and it’s very wholesome. I can’t wait for more chapters to come.
Careful, some jerkwads put spoilers in the series comments, instead of, ya’ know, commenting them on the relevant pages. FFS, people, only leave general reviews on this page, so you don’t ruin things for people, smh…
They are finally a couple at chapter 80, can’t wait for when they marry
It gets very whole some from chapter 80
pretty decent , am i right?
My review from chapter 70
The story is surprisingly good and the drama is entertaining as well. Its not too much but not too little. The title on the other hand is misleading. They don’t start off married in fact its looking more like the marriage is going to be the climax of the story.
The concept of someone from the past integrating into modern society is at least decently thought out and explored to the best of their knowledge. The romance is probably the weakest part but that’s saying something because it’s still pretty decent. The male lead isn’t bad but at times he can be a bit pushy and kinda sneaky (not in the best way either). The author also seems to really love spouting lines of philosophy and quotes in practically every chapter.
Yes I have complaints but I still recommend this. It’s a good read and very entertaining.