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Mesmerizing Ghost Doctor   
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Fascinante Doctor Fantasma
Gui Yi Feng Jiu
Guǐ Yī Fèng Jiǔ
The Ghostly Doctor
鬼医凤九 (鬼医至尊)

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c.449-450 by Read Manhua 2 months ago
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531 Chapters (Ongoing)

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Average: 7.7 / 10.0 (62 votes)
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November 21st 2022, 7:14pm



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Lighthearted and Amazing, Never Boring  
by Yunwu
July 31st, 2021, 10:25pm
Rating: 10.0  / 10.0
It's a lighthearted read, with martial arts and drama and there isn't a single boring moment. Really, the other reviews barely do it any justice. I love the MC's personality, and how she does what she wants. She's cunning and strong. And this doesn't change at all. In another review, they post about how the MC has become lame and it makes me wonder if we're reading the same thing? The MC gets stronger, and her reputation spreads throughout almost every country. Even though we're in +400 chapters, and as I said earlier, there is never a single boring moment. It is fast paced, so if you're looking for something with laid out details, this isn't for you. If you're thinking the novel has a lot more details, you'll be disappointed. While it's true that some scenes are a little more fleshed out in the novel, it is just as fast paced. And something many seem to forget due to lack of romantic development in the earlier +200-300 chapters, there is romance in the genre. Of course, this means that there will definitely be a time where it will focus more on the romance in the story. If you're looking for a story with a specific goal or plot, this isn't for you. You'll barely see any goal or main plot until we get near the end. Instead, the story focuses on the FL who wants to get stronger and protect her family/friends/country. And to do so, she travels a lot. So, it's more of an adventure/romance story with martial arts. Enjoy!

... Last updated on December 28th, 2022, 4:25pm
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The plot gets as lost as some of the supporting cast does  
by Devomad
December 27th, 2020, 6:44pm
Rating: 6.0  / 10.0
The issues with the plot occur basically from chapter one, where you are given the basic premise (rebirth, talk with the previous soul, pick up some regrets that the previous owner left the world with, etc, all in the first chapter), but you don't get a tremendous amount of backstory to it. While backstory being limited makes it quicker to the action, you kinda need to address the timeframe that the MC was originally from. For the longest time it was hard to tell if it was modern time to the past, or if it was similar time frames but different places.

The story gets no more solidified later. There will be characters picked at random that survive to be heard from at a future time, whereas others will come and go basically on a whim. Having not read the novel prior to picking up the first 200 or so chapters of the manhua, i don't know if it's simply a bad job of taking the original concept and moving it to the new format, or if the author simply didn't really plan out the storyline before devoting their time pushing through the content. It's not that i think it's worthwhile to spend a lot of time on the backstory or personalities of other characters in the story, but the storyline is basically dropped onto the reader, then the character is added to the MC's pose, and then you don't really get much more detail other than the 20-25 panel original story to understand that character, so when they disappear sometimes you just don't care and other times you are wondering what that character was about and what the heck happened to them. So when arcs of content happen, i guess i just wish we had more details about the supporting cast that is involved with each arc, and then occasional involvement thereafter, rather than just writing more plot advancement characters in to keep the story going and then disposing of them.

I've read about 20-25 of these types of stories, and this was simply mid pack for me. I've read far worse, but also far better.
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It's alright  
by Bebe~
April 2nd, 2020, 10:34pm
Rating: 6.0  / 10.0
Tbh, I zoomed through chapter 1-165 in one night. It's nothing you would take seriously and I'm sure the actual novel is a better read. It's true that the story is all over the place, but I keep hoping it'll get better. The plot itself has no structure and it's quite sloppy. I think the issue lies with converting a whole novel into a comic. We're introduced to so many characters, but they never come back. There's only a handful that you remember.

What grabbed my attention is the's better than a lot of other manhuas out there. These days, you can tell a lot of them have gaudy art; it's hard to explain. It's just extra 2D with unrealistic faces. Pick up any Chinese manhuas and compare it to something like True Beauty (korean manhwa is on a different level). Now THAT's beautiful artwork that deserves a medal.

I can't quite understand how this manhua is ranked highly on multiple reading website, and I'll probably never know.
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by imor
January 25th, 2020, 4:14am
Rating: N/A
Another adaptation that can't be followed, instead of getting some exposition to the world, characters and the story we are thrown into a random ass encounters and pages on pages of useless dialogue. There's little to no explanation on what's going on and why the characters are doing what they are doing. Art is mediocre at best.
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From quite good to boring  
by PZcolo
May 19th, 2019, 1:39am
Rating: 7.0  / 10.0
Similar to Peerless alchemist but without so much romantic drama to it, both stories are quite good.
The story so far is the classic revenge cultivation setting, MC is a female which is less common and there is nothing particularly original about it but at least it's done well and events mostly makes sense for a change. As for the MC, she a well disposed person with a "don't screw with me" personality, other than her the rest chars have little to show thus far. Art and drawing style are very good and the pace so far is good to.
Overall, a good cultivation series that gets more things right than wrong and I will be following in the future.

Edit: unfortunately the story enters the Lord Hell arc and it becomes literally unreadable, I've waiting patiently for it to move forward but 20 chapters in and there is no progress at all, I'm tired of reading of the ridiculous Stockholm syndrome of the now lame MC, the story was interesting because the MC was proactive and didn't take sh*t from anyone, and that was thrown out of the window. May pick it up again later, or not.

Edit: Gets better again later, it ain't great but it's an entertaining manhua

... Last updated on July 21st, 2021, 9:13am
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