Yukari was a high-school student when she died in a traffic accident, but when she woke up, she had been reincarnated as the daughter of a count in another world! But strangely, what was waiting for her was a life of poverty, so she decided to make use of the knowledge from her previous life.
Not sure if the auther has decided they nolonger wish to continue this manga as it doesnt sem too finished. the story itself is good and is enjoyable as a quick and easy manga to read. the art is as good as anyother and the charectors have enough depth that its interesting without being convoluted.
Throughout history there have been many actual innovators, who've thought of ideas and inventions which have rocked the world. Their stories are interesting not because of the effects their products had on the world, but primarily because of their genius. This story is making a mockery of innovation. Wouldn't it be nice if your everyday knowledge from this world could be considered genius-level innovations in another world? Why, then you'd be considered a genius wouldn't you? Wouldn't that be nice, if you could be considered a genius without actually being a genius? Not that Liliana actually cares about being considered a genius. She's much too shallow of a character to have even that much depth to her character. She starts out very one-dimensional--happy and excited all the time. There's some character growth and melancholic nuance added toward the end of the series, but she doesn't really become more compelling (at least to me). The cosmology of the world is badly explained. But there is magic and spirits and miasma. The hands and legs aren't always drawn well. There seems to only be one mouth shape for open mouths. And when faces are drawn from the side, they look weird--largely because the mouths are drawn where the cheekbone would be.
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