Thriller Paradise is a web novel created by 三天两觉, San Tian Liang Jiao.
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Chapter 397: Thank You
Translator: Lonelytree Editor: Millman97
“Do you really think I wouldn’t dare to sneak poison into your food…” Feng Bujue narrowed his eyes and warned coldly, “Do you really think I wouldn’t dare to sneak poison into your food…”
Arthas raised a paw and said, “Do you think I wouldn’t dare to use this cute little paw to break your knees?”
“I honestly don’t,” Feng Bujue countered confidently.
A lash of wind howled…
Brother Feng turned back to look, and a giant print of cat’s paw appeared on the wall of the living room. The paint of the wall did not peel, and it did not create much of an echo. However, the indentation was deep. It felt like a giant cat had stepped on the cement while it was drying.
Brother Feng immediately surrendered his knees. “Please forgive me for my mistake, your highness…”
Arthas used her front paw to kindly touch Feng Bujue’s head. “That is more like it…” She paused. “Oh, there is one more thing. About the existence of Woody and myself…”
“I promise to bring them to my grave,” Feng Bujue hurried to say.
“Hmm, such a clever little thing.” Arthas yawned deeply. “I am going to rest now, so don’t come and disturb me… Ah… Just how many hours does a cat need to sleep in a day… This is kind of annoying… Miao~” When she said the last few words, she had already closed her eyes.
At the noon of the 22nd May, Feng Bujue was preparing lunch for Queen Arthas when the communicator by his door rang. He walked over to answer it and w.a.n.g Tanzhi’s face appeared on the screen.
“It’s me,” Xiao Tan said.
“Why don’t you come up first?” Feng Bujue answered and then pressed the b.u.t.ton to open the door. Two minutes later, Xiao Tan arrived at Brother Jue’s door. Feng Bujue pulled the door open and welcomed the young man in.
“Erm… Brother Jue… Arthas is sitting on the dining table, eating your food…” Xiao Tan noticed this strange scene once he stepped through the door.
“Haha… that’s because I love my cat that much.” Feng Bujue laughed drily.
“Huh? Since when did this large paw print appear on the wall?” Xiao Tan asked another question.
“Oh… a few days ago, I was suddenly struck by inspiration to decorate the room. But I accidentally chipped the wall, so I had no choice but to gouge out the rest to make this pattern. At least now it looks somewhat done on purpose.” Feng Bujue had already come up with this excuse during the two minutes Xiao Tan took to get up the floors. He made it sound so reasonable and natural. It also fit his personality and could rouse no suspicion.
“Okay…” Xiao Tan said.
“So, tell me…” Feng Bujue quickly changed the subject. “You are not coming to leech a meal off me even though you came at lunch hour, right? He said as he pointed at the sofa. The two had been friends for years. Without saying anything else, they moved to the sofa and sat down.
“Hmm… You should already know why I came here today…” Xiao Tan began.
“Ah, of course.” Feng Bujue continued. “This morning… some memories from the past popped into your head, isn’t it?”
“Yes…” Xiao Tan nodded.
Feng Bujue added, “Those things are already in the past, you are not considering turning yourself in, do you?” He continued in a tone that lacked concern. “I personally believe… even if you go and surrender yourself to the police now, they will only see you as a mental case. Obviously, many years ago, the truth behind this case has been covered up by some kind of extreme and irrevocable powers.”
“Brother Jue…” Xiao Tan said in a serious tone. “Do you really think… it is okay for me to continue to be like this?” He lifted his eyes to look at Feng Bujue. “Even if I have escaped the judgment of the law, but… those were four human lives.” His gaze changed slightly. “Over the years, you haven’t once been afraid of me? After all, I have killed people with my bare hands…”
“You have come to the wrong person to ask that question,” Feng Bujue cut him off. “The cat has already swallowed my conscience.” He glanced subconsciously at Arthas, the latter completely ignoring him, and continued with her lunch.
Feng Bujue laughed and continued, “If this did not sit well with me, you would have been in prison already… I could have called the police when I first found you.” He placed both of his hands behind his head. “I am not what you would call a good person and I do not think there is a fixed standard that decides whether a person is ‘good’ or ‘evil’. Whether the four ruffians deserved the end they got on that day… I have no interest to investigate further, not then and definitely not now. Because I could not care less. I merely made a decision that I was sure I would not regret when faced with the choice. I decided to do everything within my power to help my best friend, that was all.
“With regards to the consequences that this decision might bring, I have made all the preparations for it… The worst outcome was that your whole family would escape the country overseas and I would be summoned by the police… Hah… But be it testimony or evidence, I would not have left anything for them to pin the crime on me, and at the time, I had not reached the legal age. Nothing serious could have happened to me. But you were different… Based on the injuries on those four, no one would have believed that you were just ‘defending yourself’. If you could convince someone to believe you, h.e.l.l, it would only be worse. They would have locked you up in a science facility to be probed and studied.
“In conclusion, after weighing all the outcomes and consequence, I did what I did, and I have no regrets…”
“Thank you…” Xiao Tan cut Feng Bujue off because he knew that if he did not, Brother Jue would start to boast about his own glory and sacrifice again.
“Why are you thanking me?” Feng Bujue asked.
“I don’t really know…” Xiao Tan replied. “But I feel like, over the years, I have many things that I need to thank you for.” His words were sincere but the response he got was…
“Oh, you don’t need to worry about that.” Feng Bujue said, “You might not have a good memory, but I do, and I can now give you the whole list… You better start thinking how you are going to repay me.”
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