One day, a young glider technician crashes into a strange tree that turns out to be the nest of the last dragon on Earth. The technician accidentally bonds with the dragon's powers after she and the dragon fend off a weapon used by knights hunting the "Dragon Pearl," an item that holds the life and powers of a dragon. The technician finds out the Dragon Pearl has temporarily fused with her body and the dragon will die if they separate. So begins the story of how the dragon and the technician survive the onslaught of knights and villains while dealing with the strange events and moral differences that come from inter-species friendship... Or is it something else?
This is going to be a short -spoiler free- review, mainly because of the fact that nobody did a review on it gets on my nerves somewhat.
My first opinion? Its nice.
This isn't a mindblowing piece of work but it's nice.
The story is a bit/alot more unique compared to what i have seen over the time i have been reading it really is different but I wont talk about it much because there is a small synopsis if you scroll up ^. But can i just say the story or rather not much gets moving till chapter 20+ i guess? Maybe less.
The artwork its nice in
my opinion. Sometimes there is the slight error here and there but i really like it as well as the range of expressions. I really like it, quite cutesy~.
Character, character. I honestly don't know how to review characters i guess. They are quite funny (personally) and i just like them overall. No further explanation really needed probably?
Overall, i really enjoy reading this and i will be looking forward to reading more chaps in the future, it is a nice read to pass the time, you just need to get through the first few chapters before it kicks off but i'm sure you can do it! I personally find it quite funny from time to time and i would recommend it to anyone really.
~Until someone else could give a better review you're stuck with my word for it, sorry ^.^~
Summary of my review:
You'll highly enjoy this if you enjoy romance& if you like yanderes and possessive male leads. The female lead is extremely kind and soft-hearted, and even though I love her, it gets on my nerves sometimes because... well, read it and you'll know. As you read on the plot starts making sense, and it makes your overall experience better, and it will break your heart, knowing Kailak's situation.
You will also enjoy it if you're an angst enthusiast that LOVES pain. Because as you progress through the story, a lot will start bubbling up.
Story - 8
I am a
person who likes the romance genre. A lot. So the romance is what reeled me in from the start.
After a while, the plot starts to deepen, and that's how things started making a lot of sense, and soon I wasn't just into the romance anymore. Of course, the romance was the main reason why I love this manhwa so much, but the plot just made it better.
Art - 8
It's the normal manhwa art. Full colored etc. It's really nothing special, but the way the author created the character design (clothes, eyes etc) was amazing. It truly fit the character's personalities.
Character - 8
Characters were beautifully designed and drawn, as stated above. I really love all of them (so far) except for Prince (I don't even bother with his name because he's horrible but I know it starts with an L lol). The characters I thought I'd hate, I began to love. And the characters I thought had potential, I began to hate. Names are a tiny bit difficult to remember but it gets easier as you go on.
Enjoyment - 9
Let's just say I read all 140 chapters non-stop. It was a binge fest.
I regret it now though because I realised that there's a whole whopping 40 CHAPTERS NOT TRANSLATED I BEG Of YOU, TRANSLATORS, PLEASE, I NEED MORE.
This manhwa made me feel happiness, giddiness, sadness, hate, and heartbreak.
All in all, it was a rollercoaster.
Even if was painful, I enjoyed it.
I highly recommend this manhwa. Join me in my suffering!!!
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