Sophia became an adventurer because of hardships, even though she was a baron. But one day, she died in a dungeon, and before she knew it, she went back to when she was a baby! But when she turned 15 her father told her that he had an illness and she ended up becoming an adventurer to earn money for his medical expenses. "Since this happened, I will make use of my memories and experiences from my previous life, earn money with haste and retire quickly!"
This manga plays into the Accidental Hero type of space (you know, like the kind of space that My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead To Doom! plays into). Our protagonist, Sophia, has the stated goal of just wanting to marry and thus avoid the death by adventuring that occurred during feir first timeline. That stated goal, though, is there more to create the ironic moments of "you're nowhere near the path of a married life" than for legit character motives. Sophia kinda gets swept up in the flow of things and seems to have also taken on a personal interest in helping Raiye with feir goal. Which is fine. Most of this manga is fine. The fights are fine. The humor is fine. The apparent trajectory of Sophia becoming hugely influential and revered is fine. But I don't think anything really goes beyond just being "fine." And some things, like the artwork and characterizations, can sometimes dip below the level of "fine" and feel a bit like a negative. [Reviewed at chapter 10]
Somewhat refreshing, this manga reads as a cliche shonen time-travel second-chance at live fantasy except the protaganist is a girl this time. Using knowledge from her last try and superior self-training since childhood. Otherwise, expect pretty much the typical guild-adventurer-dungeon exploration fantasy and the MC picking up princes/lords instead of princesses/ladies and instead of a hot guild receptionist lady, it's a cute guild receptionist guy- like that. It's like a cliche isekai but there's no truck-kun in this one because it's all the same world and the standard cliches are mostly gender bent. In fact, if the MC was a boy and everyone else was gender swapped, this would be EXACTLY a dime-a-dozen manga. Exactly average, to put it bluntly. Doesn't mean it sucks, though.
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