Last chapter recap: Lin makes it out of the ice with losses.
Recap of last chapter: Lin does not kill the shapeshifting cell and the water suddenly starts turning to ice which causes Lin to lose a lot of the cells.
Recap: Last chapter, Lin was fighting the shapeshifting cell, something similar to an amoeba on Earth.
Thanks to Lin Dong for supplying corrected chapters.
In the previous chapter, Lin defeated the strange cells that spit out dissolving fluid.
The result of trying out my new keyboard.
The end of this batch.
So the girl in the chapter is called Sha Lin in Chinese, but it almost seems to be a transliteration of Shalom or Catherine. But the cell is Lin.
4.6 Billion Year Symphony of Evolution
Author: Xiang Wei Xing Zhe (Phase Walker)
A cell that was born at the beginning of the life of a planet will see the rise and decline of countless civilizations, the speciation and extinction of organisms. Under the endless calamities of the world, nothing remains unchanging. Only by continuously changing oneself and evolving in the face of adversity could one achieve perfect victory.
The story starts from a little cell … …
Translator review: Another ongoing story … … if it isn’t complete, I don’t want to make a commitment to finish it because it is likely that I may not like the story later on or if the author suddenly disappears.
Some have remarked on how similar the title of this story in Chinese is similar to Evo: The Journey to Eden’s Japanese name. I’m not sure how similar the story is to the game but it is an “evolution” story. But this is more scifi and fantasy. Do not expect super accurate science and just a reminder, this will NOT be set on Earth. Things may be similar, but not Earth.
What I like about the novel is that one, it has an asexual main character. A cell does not have gender … … It is also a soothing read because the beginning is about a cell exploring and it is an “exploratory” story. So not a lot of other characters or dialogue, more descriptions and stream of consciousness of the main character cell.