Mar 10, 2021
I went into this manga expecting a sol story of a girl being kind-hear ted by helping people and realizing that there is a fine line between good and bad consequences of her actions. It delivered wonderfully, and it showed something as deep as traumas, or crossing boundaries by exposing secrets people wish to hide.
The main girl is a over-powered character who clearly uses her powers as and when she wants to make people's lives better, sometimes even without their permission. I liked her, but sometimes things are
shown to be going over-board over here and even not allowing the other side characters to fully develop.
Despite that, her sick childhood friend, who finds joy in little things, the boy who plays soccer, the teacher who is in charge of her as well as the clients she helps, her parents and the people at the magic department influence her in some way or the other.
She is already shown to be someone who's able to any kind of magic. Therefore, finding the true purpose behind the wishes of her clients and how the results can't always be happy and fulfilling is what is focused on here. A back story about her teacher's grief is also shown beautifully here.
Art: The art is decent, did not find it particularly appealing.
I enjoyed the story and could see the potential of her becoming a smart, naive, rebellious adolescent girl to a smart, brave, yet firm lady. It doesn't has as many chapters maybe that's why. T
he story derailed a bit in the middle for me but luckily, came back on track after we get to know about her life at home.
It has a bit of life advice here and there, which you might like if that's your thing.
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