I saw that this manga had no reviews, which didn't come as much of a surprise due to its low popularity and the fact that it is just a bundle of one shots. However, I actually found myself enjoying this manga a lot. Note that this was my first time reading shoujo manga.
(I will be focusing on the first story only)
Story - 7/10
I understand that the story may seem quite normal to shoujo readers, but I barely read this type of story. And it actually works well, to my surprise. It was able to pull me in, but I feel like it was missing something. It had too much of a happy ending. I realise that shoujo manga is usually about an ideal romance or friendship, but I really didn't enjoy how ideal the storyline was for the main character. There was good character development, but much of the plot was made to suit the main character. But this was a good manga, especially for a one-shot.
Art - 6/10
I am not a big fan of shoujo art, hence the low score. But I didn't find the artwork to be a distraction, nor did it put me off reading the manga, which was good. I could spot a few mistakes in the artwork, but they were quite small and didn't really affect much. All in all, the artwork was average.
Character - 7/10
Now this is when the characters come in. I found the characters quite average, especially the girl. There are many manga with the type of girl who, basically, has no friends. And the only development they make is friends, and become more socially adept. This was the same case with the manga. But it didn't affect my thoughts about the manga much, except I found her to be quite annoying sometimes. The guardian is also quite normal. He is the typical "guardian" type found in most manga. This is basically it for the characters.
Enjoyment - 8/10
I enjoyed this one-shot quite a bit, it had a good speed and had some cliff-hangers. The events included in the one-shot turn the pages for me.
Overall - 7/10
I enjoyed this manga quite a lot... Its only downside being its unoriginal and clichéd story. read more