Georg and Riselotte are your typical brother and sister, except the former's a priest and the latter's "alive" by way of…darker methods. As a result, Rise is stuck in a child-like body. Georg immerses himself in research to free Rise from these chains.
Shoujo Gensou Necrophilia is an interesting manga. Well, the thing is, I didn't really like it. I couldn't get through it. It took me a day or so to complete, when a manga with around 15 chapters shouldn't take that long to complete. Mostly because... the series felt really slow to me. I read about 5 chapters at once, and then I got really bored. I usually don't let stuff like that stop me, but it happened. But, eventually, I finished the entire thing. Eventually, of course, being a day.
The story follows a brother, George, trying to revive his sister with the magic book known
as Necromonicon. The sister is basically a walking corpse, who has to feed off of carrion at night to survive. Though, the people see her as a normal girl, because her scars are not seen. She is pretty much, just a corpse. It's pretty... fair, I guess. It develops more, but I don't think I can say much without spoilers.
The art is okay. I mean, it could be better, like most manga, but, for this, it's okay. It's fine. I don't really think I can say much about the art, other than, it's readable, so that's okay.
Now... the characters... I barely cared for any of them. Didn't really care. Trying to make the audience feel for your character in just 15 chapters can be tough, but I did not feel anything when something happened to any of the characters. But, they were designed well, drawn well, so that's good.
I didn't enjoy this manga too much. But, the thing is, I really loved the ending. The ending was nice. It was my favourite part about this manga. It's a fitting end for a manga like this. It's a simple, kind of, and sweet ending. It's the reason I rated this a 7 instead of a 6 or 5. Don't read this if you don't like slow stories that take a while to pick up. Read it for the ending.