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   Chapter 259 The Dispute In The Camp (Part Two)

Eight-year-old Princess: Phoenix Reborn By Lan You Ruo Characters: 9240

Updated: 2020-01-07 00:13


However, she couldn't tell anyone now that the flute had been taken away. She was a little annoyed, so she asked Qian Yin to put the book back on the desk, got up, washed her face and rested.

The next morning, Yun Shang went to the yard to have a walk. It was not a big yard, but a short walk. At this time, Liu Yinfeng walked under the roof and looked at her, with her jade flute in his hand.

Yun Shang's eyebrows twitched. Did he find out something? No, it couldn't be. The flute was very small, although it was in good quality, it was not precious. Thinking of this, Yun Shang asked, "Well, are you holding my jade flute?"

Raising his hand to have a look at it, Liu Yinfeng nodded. Then he looked at Yun Shang and said, "I think this jade flute is so small that it doesn't look like it can be played..."

Yun Shang smiled. "It's a token of love between my mother and my father." Yun Shang walked up to Liu Yinfeng and looked at the jade flute in his hand. "My mother told me that grandfather bought this jade flute from a foreign man. It's cute and can be used as a jewelry, so my mother asked for it. However, this flute was willful, and my mother could never blow it. The businessman who sold it to my grandfather told him that it was God's will, and only those who were destined can blow it. Later on, my mother went to a temple to pray for the rain and lost the jade flute. When she went back to look for it, she heard the sound of whistling and heard my father blowing her jade flute.

Maybe it's fate. My mother and father were predestined to be whistled by it." Yun Shang sighed with nostalgia. "After my father died, my mother gave this flute to me, but I was unable to blow it either."

Yesterday when Uncle Liu took away the jade flute, Yun Shang came up with a set of words. There was no loophole in her words.

Hearing this, Liu Yinfeng took up the flute and had a look at it. He put it near his mouth and blew it for a long time. However, the whistling sound surprised Yun Shang. "Eh, it can be heard. I didn't make any noise when I blew it. No matter how much strength I used."

Liu Yinfeng seemed to have mastered the skill of blowing the jade flute. When he blew again, it was much smoother. Although he still blew intermittently, it could be taken as a melody.

The excitement on Yun Shang's face was getting heavier. She took the flute from Liu Yinfeng's hand, put it near her mouth and blew it, but it didn't make any sound. She deliberately exerted much strength, and her face flushed, but she still didn't make any sound.

Liu Yinfeng seemed to be in a daze. He looked at Yun Shang, and then she placed the jade flute back in his hand. "It seems that this flute is connected to you. But I don't have a sister. If I have one,

e for decades. A war? Usually, we only fight small bandits. We haven't fought a major battle like this. If we fail, I'm afraid that we will lose our lives. I don't think we will be punished because of it! "

After he finished speaking, Wang Chong turned around and walked out of the camp. Liu Hua's face changed. Then he followed him out.

"Wang Chong, let's go to Yuman Tower to have a drink." Liu hua said with a smile as he caught up with him.

Hearing his words, Wang Chong's anger was still lingering on his face. He was so astonished that he even took a look at Liu Hua. Then he nodded and said, "Okay, let's have a drink. It's on you."

With a helpless smile on his face, Liu Hua said, "Okay, it's my treat. When will you be so generous, huh?"

Then they walked towards the city.

On that night, Yun Shang heard the secret guards tell her the dispute in the camp. She was reading with her head down, but got lost in thought. She was not surprised at all that Qi Lang opposed her decision. Instead, she was surprised that Wang Chong would defend her like that. She was deeply touched and thought her efforts these days had not been in vain. She had made up her mind. All the generals were worried about was that she would leave the border after the battle, and then the KY City would be all for Qi Lang. If they helped her and offended Qi Lang and she left, she believed that they would have a hard time.

Yun Shang flashed a smile. In the past few days, she had gone through things in the KY City, and found that the commoners' worship of Qi Lang was almost blind. That wasn't a good thing. She had planned to ask father to transfer Qi Lang from the KY City after the battle. She only needed to think of a way to tell this to the generals, but how could she take the jade flute from Liu Yinfeng? Yun Shang was in a dilemma.

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