After Two Lifetimes I Was Reborn Back Inside A Book CH 009 To Frame

Halfway through the exam, several teachers suddenly came in from the back door and asked everyone to stop writing.

The students in Class 1 were a little confused. Before they could react, they heard Zhang Three Hairs say, “Today, an extremely bad thing happened in our grade, that is, some students stole the test papers! We are here now to catch this student, and completely put an end to this crooked behavior!”

As soon as he finished speaking, the whole class was in an uproar.

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The students didn’t care that they couldn’t talk to each other during an exam. Someone directly asked the classmates sitting nearby, “No way! Is what Zhang Three Hairs said true?!”

“Who knows?” The classmates were also at a loss: “No one is so bold, right? Besides, is it even necessary for a mere monthly exam?”

“We all know the grades of the students in our class, our grades are clear to everyone. Do they want to suddenly take first place by stealing the exam papers? They should ask Jiang Chen if he agrees or not.”

Hearing the discussion of the people in the front, a boy in the back stretched his head over and said, “Maybe it’s Jiang Chen? He placed 105th in the last exam, maybe this time he is taking risks to restore his past glory?”

“Impossible.”

“Shut up, Jiang Chen can take first place in minutes, is it necessary for him to cheat?”

“If Jiang Chen could steal the test papers, then I will f**king eat the test papers.”

The discussion was lively, and Zhang Three Hairs slapped the table with a stern face: “Quiet!”

“What’s there to clamor about, do you still know that this is exam time!”

The classroom quickly returned to quiet, Zhang Three Hairs’s eyes swept over each student’s face, staring at the seat two rows behind the window for a long time.

Jiang Chen felt it and he raised his eyes to meet Three Hairs’s sullen and smug eyes.

The test seating arrangements were based on the ranking of the previous monthly exam. Shen Xu, who forever placed last in the rankings, sat behind Jiang Chen. He also saw Zhang Three Hairs’s gaze, and his heart sank, his intuition picking up that something was wrong here.

“Brother Jiang! Jiangzi!” He poked Jiang Chen’s back vigorously with his pen.

Jiang Chen didn’t look back, and said in a low voice, “What?”

“Zhang Three Hairs is stirring up trouble isn’t he!” Shen Xu leaned forward, his low voice filled with unease: “His expression seems to show that you are his target, does he want to slander you for stealing the test papers?”

Jiang Chen’s eyes curved slightly. It had to be said that while Shen Xu’s brain was not very smart when it came to academics, his intuition was truly accurate. He could see the essence through the surface almost every time. It was almost an instinct for him to seek advantages and avoid disadvantages. This kind of person was definitely not without smarts, but his smarts just weren’t used in his studies.

“F**k!”

Seeing Zhang Three Hairs walking this way, Shen Xu became anxious, and quickly pushed Jiang Chen: “Look to see if there are papers in your desk! If there are papers, hand them to me from below, hurry up!”

“Shen Xu, Jiang Chen! What are you whispering about!” Zhang Three Hairs walked to Jiang Chen’s desk in three steps, and said loudly, “I already said no talking yet you two still continue to whisper among yourselves, what important things can’t be said at other times and must be said at this time!”

Shen Xu gritted his teeth, and just as he was about to talk back, he felt his desk lightly being bumped.

Then, he saw Jiang Chen stand up and say lightly, “Teacher Zhang, we were talking about the matter of stealing the papers, I personally think that you have always been prejudiced against me, and it’s very likely that this matter is something you both directed and acted out to frame me for stealing the papers. So just now I was thinking, when did I leave my seat to give people a chance to take advantage of my absence. It turns out that Shen Xu happened to still be here when I left my seat, and he told me that someone had indeed come to my seat during those two minutes.”

He smiled slightly and said calmly, “So I’m curious, what kind of grudge does that classmate have with me, and what kind of deal he has with you, that it’s worth it for them to risk putting the test papers in my desk drawer to slander me.”

As soon as he finished speaking, the whole class fell silent, including the several teachers who came over.

Zhang Three Hairs’s face instantly turned blue, black and purple, like a palette, very colorful indeed.

In a corner that no one noticed, a boy’s face turned pale in an instant, and his hand holding the pen trembled.

The classroom was silent for two minutes as everyone digested the information in Jiang Chen’s words.

Zhang Three Hairs’s expression was so ugly that he couldn’t even hide it. The other teachers also walked over, but still no one spoke.

The students here were not clear about this matter, but the several teachers who came here were very clear about the ins and outs of this matter.

From Zhang Jian’s vengeful personality, and his persistence in finding opportunities to slander Jiang Chen, it could be seen that he was indeed someone who could do such a thing.

In the office just now, the words he said, the actions of rummaging around the desk, and even the urgency of catching the students who stole the papers that he displayed, these teachers didn’t feel anything strange at the time. They didn’t think much about it, but after Jiang Chen’s remarks, they recalled what Zhang Jian said and did just now, and everything became clear.

He was indeed directing and acting a script by himself, trying to frame and slander a student.

He was indeed directing and acting a script by himself, trying to frame and slander a student.

The several teachers all figured out the key points, and their expressions when they looked at Zhang Jian became subtly different.

Zhang Three Hairs was unable to speak for a few minutes, the first reason was because he was angry, and the second was because he was trying to figure out a way to counter-attack and slap the dung pot on Jiang Chen.

Just now, when he had performed in the office and then rushed to the classroom with a few teachers, what he wanted was to strike preemptively. When Jiang Chen had yet to react, he would directly dig out the test papers in his desk drawer and put the crime on him.

But who knew that before he even had time to rummage in his desk drawer, Jiang Chen just directly claimed that he was directing and acting a script he wrote himself in order to slander him.

Zhang Jian never imagined that while he wanted to slander the slander, he at least had prepared evidence, but Jiang Chen was so calm and bold, and without knowing anything, actually managed to turn the tables against him.

With those words, the one who struck preemptively became Jiang Chen. If Zhang Jian dug out the test papers from his desk, others would think that he was framing Jiang Chen. If nothing was found, others would still think that he was framing him. Just these few words practically blocked Zhang Jian’s attack and retreat route, leaving him in a dilemma.

Zhang Jian’s back molars grinded so hard they began to hurt, and he found that the best way for him to go now was to not dig in Jiang Chen’s drawer, just brush this matter to the side lightly, and focus on Jiang Chen’s confrontation with a teacher in public.

But how could he be willing to give up!

Since the first semester of high school, how many times Jiang Chen had disrespected him openly and secretly, how many times had he been misunderstood as a result of Jiang Chrn’s two-face behavior, and how many times had he been angered by his actions of agreeing overtly, but opposing in secret?

Now he finally had a chance to teach him a lesson and allow himself to vent out this suffocating anger, how could he be willing to give up!

Zhang Jian’s face switched from pale to green and then back again, unable to come up with a countermeasure at the moment.

However, Shen Xu already reacted from Jiang Chen’s words. Jiang Chen didn’t ask him if someone came to his seat just now, but someone did come to Jiang Chen’s seat before the exam, and he did see it!

He turned his head abruptly, staring closely at the third-to-last boy in the third row, with a baby face that was at the moment so dark that it could drip ink.

At this time, almost everyone in the classroom was staring at their area. Although most people were looking at Zhang Jian and Jiang Chen, Shen Xu sat right behind Jiang Chen. And thinking of what Jiang Chen had just said, when Shen Xu’s face changed and looked in a certain direction, almost at the same time, the others followed his line of sight.

There was more than one student in that area, but most of them were looking around, wondering who Shen Xu was looking at. There was only one boy with his head down, his hands on the table shaking uncontrollably, forehead covered with cold sweat.

Seeing this, who didn’t understand this situation immediately.

An outraged classmate asked directly, “No way! Zhang Zhipeng! Did you put the papers in Jiang Chen’s desk drawer?”

No one had searched Jiang Chen’s desk drawer yet, but everyone had already concluded that there were exam papers in his drawer. However, almost no one present believed that Jiang Chen stole the papers.

Not to mention the fact that Jiang Chen being firmly at the top of the grade had already been deeply ingrained in the hearts of everyone. More importantly, everyone had been together for more than half a year, and they all knew what kind of person Jiang Chen was.

He excelled in his studies but did not have the arrogance of most high achieving students. Anyone who asked him a question could receive a patient answer from him; he didn’t talk much but never ignored anyone. As long as someone talked to him, he would definitely answer politely, and if it was a topic he was interested in, he would even chat with you excitedly for a long time; he liked the quiet, but he could also get along with the noisy boys in the class, whether it was playing basketball or eating out, everyone loved to call him…..

He always maintained a bottom line and upheld his principles. No matter how good his temper was normally, as long as someone stepped on his bottom line, he would calmly point it out and everyone would still be friends after that. And instead of holding grudges because of this, they would actually remember his taboos in their heart and won’t do it again.

In this class, if you ask who was the most popular, very few people would say Jiang Chen, but if you ask who was the first person you thought of when you encounter a problem, and who you trust the most, more than 90% of the answers were Jiang Chen.

Just ask yourself, towards a boy who was very excellent himself, had a good attitude in life, was decent but not pedantic, had principles and bottom lines, who would believe that he would steal test papers and cheat?

What was more, the person who slandered him was pfull of loopholes, and moreover, Zhang Three Hairs also usually had a bad reputation.

Zhang Three Hairs didn’t like Jiang Chen, the students in the class knew that, but why did Zhang Zhipeng help to frame Jiang Chen?

Some of them recalled that Zhang Zhipeng was in the same class as Jiang Chen in the first year of high school. At that time, he was thin and small, and he was always bullied by people from other schools after school. It was Jiang Chen who asked Huo Bo, who was in class eleven, to help him out. If it was really him, wasn’t this ungratefulness?

Everyone’s eyes were filled with amazement and puzzlement. Zhang Zhipeng had lowered his head and couldn’t see it, but he felt that the eyes that fell on him were full of ridicule.

His hands shook and he lowered his head even further, not daring to look up to see other people’s expressions.

Jiang Chen glanced at him, looked away, and said to Zhang Jian, “Teacher Zhang, if you want to search my desk, do it now.”

Zhang Jian gritted his teeth, squeezed a smile on his face, and said, “I just suddenly remembered that I seem to have put the papers in the year one office, so there’s no need to search.”

When the classmates heard Zhang Jian say this, they were a little dubious, but the teachers didn’t believe a single word. Zhang Jian didn’t teach any high school first years classes, so why would he take the papers to the first year office, but they didn’t say anything.

Jiang Chen’s expression was calm as if he didn’t seem to care all that much, but when thinking about what he had said before, how he had ridiculed Zhang Jian inside and out, most everyone thought he would grab onto this matter and dig down deep.

But he just sat down and said, “In that case, can we continue the exam?”

Zhang Jian, just like other teachers, also thought that Jiang Chen would not give up so easily, but when he saw him put the matter down so gently, a hint of disbelief flashed across his face.

But he quickly reacted and said immediately: “You guys continue with the test, answer the questions quietly, don’t talk to each other.”

After he finished speaking, he left the classroom first, for fear that if he was even a moment slower, Jiang Chen would stop him and ask him to explain things clearly.

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AN: At this time, the Jiang Chen in the hearts of the classmates is actually the young Jiang Xiao Chen in the first life who had not experienced much.

Jiang Chen, who had lived through two lives already, is a little different from what his classmates in the first life think. He still sticks to his original intention and still has his own bottom line and principles, but the way he behaves in society and the way he solves problems is not the same anymore.

For example, towards the boy who was bullied in the stairwell, if it was the Jiang Chen in the first life, he would immediately step forward to stop it, but the current Jiang Chen just calmly gave a few suggestions:

    1. Make yourself stronger

    2. Tell the teachers and parents

    3. Warn him not to do things he would regret

It can’t be said which method is right, it can only be said that Jiang Xiao Chen was a naive and earnest boy, while Jiang Chen considers things more comprehensively.

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One thought on “After Two Lifetimes I Was Reborn Back Inside A Book CH 009 To Frame”

  1. What a circus 🎪🎪 I can’t believe that they just went into a classroom in exam time
    Thank You for the new chapter ❤️ヽ⁠(⁠・⁠ˇ⁠∀⁠ˇ⁠・⁠ゞ⁠)

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