A girl from the modern world slips into the body of Niveia Aerber, the main character of the fantasy novel she was reading. To survive in Erathil, a world full of betrayal and monsters where she was destined to meet an early death, the new Niveia embarks on an adventure to escape from her fate. The old Niveia was set to become the next Priestess to serve the Grand Temple, but not the new Niveia. Instead, she runs away from the temple, from her archrival, Rosanna, and her fiancé, Duke Aetius Timothero. Along the way, she enlists the help of Prince Caeles, who is also on a mission of his own - to find out which noble families are planning an uprising against his kingdom, including Niveia's family. In this chaotic turmoil of love, loyalty, and treason, can Niveia create a better future for herself, and more importantly, can she ever return to the real world?
Source: Pocket Comics
They do some pretty fun stuff with the facial expressions. Meme-looks, chibi-forms, cartoonish mouths. Though not all of the warpage looks good. Nivea is cute and has very kissable lips. Fe has red hair, with a translucent lock covering feir right eye. I like the outfit they have fem wear while traveling with Kyle, very pragmatic and tomboyish, and the action scenes with fem look pretty cool. Fe is an expert with a bow (because of feir past life) and is learning how to use a dagger as well. Kyle is the heartthrob of the story, a knight who's secretly more important than fe appears. I like the way that fe is quiet and a bit distrustful, but also seems to have a kind core. Half the story so far has taken place in the initial city, the other half traveling in the woods. Its entertainment value largely stems from Nivea's brash and unfeminine mannerisms. Kyle is dealing with some political maneuvers that involve Nivea's ex-fiance, and I'm sure that at some point Nivea will be drawn into that drama more directly. The immediate next plotline seems like it will involve Nivea bringing feir fist down on feir evil stepmother and perhaps reforming some stuff in the familial territory as well (though that second aspect is more just me guessing based on how similar types of stories have gone). It's pretty entertaining and I've largely enjoyed the read so far. [Reviewed at chapter 18]
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