Description:The second part of the novel tells the story of Fangran who has a strange dream. In the dream, Fangran's father and himself as a child entered a room. The room was never entered by Fangran or Mongu because it was forbidden by his father.
His father explained confusing things, especially regarding the final destiny. However, this strange dream, which is more like a hidden memory, is the only clue to save Mongu. Fangran had no choice but to believe in the strange dream.
How did Fangran's dream make him dare to make a decision?
Is he willing to give up his ordinary life to embark on an adventure that might be dangerous?