Nov 29, 2011
I'm revealing the characters and their tribulations to give a review because most people might overlook this manga. There aren't enough chapters IMO to do a proper review.
Simply put the characters are cute. As Miu adjusts to her daily life in the dream world, she (Physically, at fourteen claims to still have man's heart. Aside from desire for women, she doesn't put up much resistance to become proper lady.) doesn't know the true nature of those who eat pleasant dreams and the threat it poses. The characters do not fraternize with boys at all and the other two girls seem to be very close
to each other.
I am a fan of the possible romantic outcomes. This dreamlike world is drawn well for the task with light effects, besides that it is standard fair. I find the story funny, cute, and endearing. There are a lot of unanswered questions and things that sooner or later will come to haunt the characters later. They deal with poverty while the dream eater of pleasant dreams resists the urge to feed.
While there is the possibility of not returning home to his body, Miu has too much fun to really mind. Even while living under a poor budget they still remain happy and get by.
The characters all have pasts and problems that may appear at any time to shatter their somewhat fragile happiness.
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