The Second Expedition

The Second Expedition

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, male-protag, Fantasy

Even the great may fall.

Wu Ying's idle winter, one filled with training and recovery, is throw awry when his Master and Elder Yang return, injured. The Three Seasons poison fills Master Cheng's veins, slowly killing the powerful Elder. His only hope - a rare antidote. But the ingredients for such an antidote are scarce and located in the deepest wilds.

Together, Wu Ying and Elder Yang take it upon themselves to embark on a Second Expedition to acquire the necessary materials. It would be a dangerous journey through the State of Wei normally, but in the shadows, enemies await to finish the job. Wu Ying is once again pitched against dark forces as a Sect war looms.

The Second Expedition is book 4 of the A Thousand Li series which focuses on immortal cultivation, eastern philosophy, wondrous martial art styles and spirit beasts. The series draws upon the long tradition of wuxia and xianxia works and will thrill those looking for such high flying fantasy. The Second Expedition is written by Tao Wong, the bestselling scifi and fantasy LitRPG author of the System Apocalypse, the Adventures on Brad and the Hidden Wishes series.

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    The Second Expedition Reviews

  • Jen King

    Back to formI would rate this as the second best book in the series after the initial one. It loosely resembles the second book, in that both are expeditions but this book is far superior. It helps th...

  • Ryan

    Thoroughly consistent funAll of the thousand li novels share consistency in worldbuilding and pace and character that make them a welcome experience for me. Whenever one comes out I know I'm going to ...

  • Steven Brown

    A fast thrilling five star read but...The author really does need to lose ihs thesaurus. Lol. However before I get into that this fourth book of the series remains appropriate for young adults and abo...

  • Clint Young

    Alert First, my review: “This was a fun book. I am glad that I read it. You should try it too.”Second, I am not a bot...at least I don’t think I am. Yes this is copy pasta (just learned that ter...

  • Alesia

    It was better than the 2nd and 3rd, definitely. There's a part of me that wants to give it a 4, but that's really just because the last two were so bad. This book, should have been the third book, mas...

  • Devon Strachan

    There is so much holes plot wise. The protagonist entire logic path is flawed in such a way it becomes comically nonsensical. He literally chooses the most unwilling/ flighty member of his team to ex...

  • Roh

    I am really enjoying this series. And that enjoyment is increasing as it goes on. Bumping this book up to the fairly rare 4 stars from me. I was surprised to learn that this author seemed to mostly pu...

  • A.R

    Other reviewers have said that this is the second best book in the series so far, and I concur. This series is best when it's just our hero or a small team on an adventure into the unknown. Smaller ba...

  • Tom Davis

    Enjoyable and interesting cultivation storyI always enjoy Tao Wong books and this was no exception. Introduces some new characters to accompany on a expedition to find rare ingredients to save the pro...

  • Grant

    Tao Wong is really hitting his straps with this fourth bookThe world building was much better than the previous novels and the fight scenes really nail biting. There was sometimes a lack of payoff wit...