Quick Transmigration: I Just Want to Die

Chapter 95: Red-named Expert (END) Part 1

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"A 20-year-old college girl fainted at home, suspected of not getting enough rest due to her obsession with games. A delivery man found her in time and took her to the hospital. She is now being treated and is still in a coma."

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San Qi saw Ah Jin coming back and panicked as it flew towards her.

Shouting out loud, "It’s not good! It's not good! Boss!"

Ah Jin held out her hand to catch it.

"Take your time and say something. Don't rush."

San Qi was sweating profusely.

"That Song Jin, the one who placed the order. She said she's not going back!"

Ah Jin frowned, "What do you mean? I didn't do a good job on the mission?"

"No. She doesn't want to go back to face the reality that her parents are gone, and

there's no point in her living."

Ah Jin didn't care.

"That's good. Why do you interfere with other people's choices?"

San Qi didn't expect her to say that.

"But… If she doesn’t go back, we won't be able to settle the mission!"

Ah Jin shouted into space, "Settle the mission."

Sure enough, there was no response from the space.

Ah Jin sat down on a chair and asked San Qi, "Can I see her?"

"In principle, you can't, but this time is special. I think it should be okay."

With that, it flew back to the railing and fiddled with the computer.

It was sending an application to the company.

The company did not drag its feet this time and quickly agreed to San Qi's application.

San Qi flew to Ah Jin's desk and said, "It's OK. She should be here soon."

As soon as the words were spoken, a woman appeared in front of Ah Jin, with a face that looked exactly like Song Jin's.

Her face was still beautiful, but her eyes were dull and lost their luster.

Ah Jin spoke first, "I am your taskmaster. I was told you don't want to go back?"

Song Jin looked at Ah Jin.

The person in front of her claimed to be her taskmaster, but she couldn't see her face.

"Why can't I see your face?"

"Because you don't have me in your heart. I am the hope in your heart. What you wish me to look like, you will see. You have nothing inside you now. So naturally, you can't see me."

San Qi closed its eyes so as not to see the way Ah Jin was fooling people.

It was only a shield that was on.

She could also pull out so much.

When Song Jin heard the word hope, her heart stirred.

"I want my parents to come back. I wish they are still with me."

"No way."

Ah Jin replied with a firm voice.

"Why? You can help me with my mission. This should be doable too!"

"You can't come back from the dead. Save your grief."

Song Jin was a little unstable.

"No! I don't want to grieve! My parents are not dead! They are still with me! Will you help me!?"

Ah Jin asked San Qi, "You pull up the scene of the car accident and show it to her."

"Huh? Wouldn't that provoke her even more?"

"Come on. Do not talk crap."

San Qi didn't dare to disobey Ah Jin's wishes.

It had no choice but to bring up the scene.

Ah Jin enlarged the image and showed it to Song Jin, "See? Here. Your parents chose to save you."

With that said, Ah Jin pointed her finger at a spot, and the image began to play slowly.

At the time of the accident, she was sitting in the passenger seat.

Her father was driving, and her mother was at the back.

When the car from the opposite direction crashed into her, both her parents’ dove, pinning her underneath them.

Song Jin's already unstable emotions became even more erratic at the scene.

She sat on the ground with tears streaming down her face, clutching her heart in pain.

She felt a million needles sticking in her heart.

The pain was unbearable.

Ah Jin went on to say, "To put it another way, you owe your life to your parents. They gave you one life by giving birth to you and another by saving your life in a car accident. Your wish is to guard with your own hands what your parents left behind. What did your parents leave behind? Is it money? No. It is your life. And now you're going to destroy what your parents left behind with your own hands."

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