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Overall Rating: 10
When you read the first volume of this manga, you will assume it to be stereotypical and like many other shoujo manga. You have your cheerful and energetic lead and the two main boys who are complete opposites. At first, they seem like cardboard cutout characters. You can find them in any story.
As the story goes on, it changes. At first, it's just a flick, but then it delves into character depth. Starting with a character death (not saying who because of spoilers.) You see the background of each character and you start to sympathize with them. They become much less stereotypical to you.
The whole story becomes serious, something that you didn't expect. It starts making you actually feel things partly due to the beautiful art that depicts the emotions so well. It had me in tears for a character that I didn't even like.
Also, just one more thing, something that was fun in this manga was that even though it constantly teased you with who the flan prince was, it was never right! It always changed and you thought it was someone else. First it was ********** and than it was ******** and than you finally figured it out with ******. All in all, it really a complete shock to me.
Overall: This manga is amazing. It's emotional, cute, funny, and wonderful. That's all I can really say. It's a lovely manga that I would recommend to all shoujo lovers.