The ghost story of  "Zi Bu Yu" by FengLin Huoshan Edit

The ghost story of "Zi Bu Yu"

byFengLin Huoshan Edit

Kobo ebook | January 10, 2014

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This book reinterprets the wonderful stories in Yuan Mei's famous novel "Zi Bu Yu". A dead man went thousands of miles to meet his friend, and told his friend the wanted things after his death. He sticked his beliefs so strongly that turned into a zombie. He accumulated his power for hunting the peoples. A young man fell in love with a girl, and pained her hair in red color. However he saw the head of a turtle-liked animal which stood in front of the Temple door was shinning with red lights. A fairy wanted to live like normal human, and went to the human world. She secretly fell in love with a farmer who sold chicken, and stopped him at the entrance of the city gate. She told the farmer that he would earn eight thousands and four hundreds coins when he sold out all the chickens. A scholar went to a remote mountain for killing himself, but encountered his lover - a whore, who had been dead. His lover said to him she did not want to keep relations with him anymore, and told him she has been a fairy already. All these fairy tales narrate wonderful stories between the human beings with the ghosts. It is scared and weird, twist and touching. It makes us suddenly known some ghosts are so lovely! "Zi Bu Yu" also known as "Xin Qi Xie", it is one of the great mystery novels in China history. Famous writer Yuan Mei in Qing Dynasty of china gifted with the imagination and uninhibited style, described the most amazing ghost images of izarre, reflecting an era of colorful and endless darkness. It builds an imagination world of Yuan Mei himself standing high with the spiritual mind.
Title:The ghost story of "Zi Bu Yu"Format:Kobo ebookPublished:January 10, 2014Publisher:Zhejiang Publishing United Group Digital Media Co., Ltd

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:162978138X

ISBN - 13:9781629781389