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Aug 23, 2011
At the beginning I though it was heading for some master-servant plotstyle, which can be enjoyed, of course, to some extent. But it did not.
There are moments, when the plot goes a little bit too fast to really enjoy it, but there are really great moment, like Yuri revealing her family's secret, and Boris' actions at the end.
The story had a lot of comical situation, that can be enjoyed. There were really WEIRD situations, but it was also combined with a lot of humour.
Maybe because of the humorous side, it lacked the feel of developing romantic feelings...
What I didn't enjoy were the absurd character od Maxima (?). This volume that revolved around her was really annoying. I thought it was thrown in to make a huge impact on the story, but in the end it was cut off maybe because of the authors change of heart?
Overall, even though this manhwa had really great and really bad moments, I recommend it to get a fresh view on manhwa, that - for a change- is not centered on a high-school romance between a bad boy and good girl ;) (had too much of it lately)
The whole ending arc was totally the best part of the whole manhwa!! It made me happy to see the main chara evolve to that point :) and of course, THE ART was amazing (again)! read more
May 26, 2012
As far as the art went, I found it very pleasant to look at. The art was very detailed, and very soft and inviting, almost giving off a warmth that few artists can effectively achieve. The artwork itself LOOKS like it belongs in shojo, adding to the tone and feel of the entire series.
I did have a hard time relating to some characters, because their personalities seemed so unrealistic and dry. This was contrasted by other characters, who were inherently funny and enjoyable. Of course, as the story progressed, I began to understand the characters better, and even the ones I at first was unable to relate to became more dimensional and likeable.
I feel that this storyline is one that isn't overused at all, and it was in fact quite refreshing, which made the entire series more enjoyable for me. The first chapter effectively drew me in, and by the end my stomach was dropping and heart was racing as the plot was delved into. All in all, the story itself was very well done.
To sum up everything I've said so far, I would definitely recommend this manwha to anyone who is looking for something short yet satisfying. I genuinely liked this story, and was actually sad to finish it - a sentiment I rarely entertain for shojo as a genre. Whether you're bored, or are looking for something on the path less traveled by, I urge you to seriously consider at least sampling this piece. read more