Read in: Japanese (Not Scanlated)
When I picked this volume up, all I knew was that a decent number of Japanese readers were describing it as "similar to Attack on Titan." This made me skeptical, because I loathe that series (but that's a story for another day) but I am so, so glad I decided to give it a try anyway.
The similarities to Attack on Titan thus far are extremely surface level (There is a wall surrounding a town keeping things out, outsiders who are not wanted, that's about it). If I were to make a comparison, I would say this series aesthetically has
closer ties to Tegami Bachi mainly in the setting design and overall atmosphere of the story.
As there is only one volume out, it is difficult to say anything concrete. But the first volume shows promise. The character of Dorasena, an immortal who knows next to nothing about their own species, called the Tenamku, is an interesting lead whose mysterious origins form the central mystery of the story. Dorasena, and the characters that surround them are all likable and show potential for complexity in future volumes.
Overall, I am interested to see where the story goes in volume two.
The art is fantastic. The author has several yaoi and doujinshi published and you can get a feel for her art there to see if it suits you.
If you are interested in a beautifully drawn fantasy with a melancholy feeling akin to Tegami Bachi, I wholeheartedly recommend giving this series a try.