A Kingdom under war.The 8th Princess of Roymonde, Zelleine, escaped in time amidst the chaos, but she woke up in a bird’s body instead of a princess’s? ‘Gweeckkk’What is this? What is this animal’s sound? Even worse, the bird she was “transmigrated” into is the messenger falcon of the bloodless and tearless General ‘Valhayle’. She starts a journey for her country and to find her real body but she keeps getting involved with the General and a red warning sign flashes in her life. Human or bird, life is hard.
Too much political power involved in this plot, it has potential to be a good manhwa. I do not find it interesting, nor do i find it bad either. It gets easier to understand after some time into it, but the reveal is too late. It should've started to give some hints or something about her identity to the male lead, but nothing is happening.
I dont know why I like it so much but I do. It's not a story filled with troupes nor is it especially predictable. the leads are given personalities and have god chemistry- they bond over trying to win a war. Also the art is really good It's also like? so funny? the birds expressions have made me laugh out loud and the ridiculousness of the sitation of the commander of the army not only trusting a bird but also just chatting with it? hilarious i've read some of the novel so I'm here to say 1. yes it is a romance 2. no the general doesnt fall in love with a bird 3. no she wont be a bird the entire time i hear the complaints about it being too political, but honestly i skimmed the politics and i understand the story just fine.
Currently read up to chapter 11 so I'm reserving judgment for now. So far, it's a pretty interesting plot with great potential in the future. Basically the FL has been turned into a messenger falcon and she tries to find ways to restore her old body while carrying out missions from the scary ML. The only thing that annoyed me was that it relied so much on exposition to explain the background. At this point, I think there might be more exposition than actual story. Regardless, I think it's still worth a try.