Adele was a hapless orphan until a duke gave her a choice: live as a substitute for his dead daughter, or die on the streets. Despite playing this role to the best of her ability, an order for her assassination was given shortly after he married her off. Miraculously, she is sent back in time and decides to make up for the years wasted living a lie. As ancient ruins call to her, can she use her past knowledge and unexpected help from the Black Knight to defeat the dangers ahead and change fate?
Starts off really well, bit it declines with time because of the mc, she knows she got only 2 years to live, but when she gets handed one of the most powerfull people in the kingdom (who she will be forcefully married to later anyway) then she decline, the further the story goes the more it seems she simply got no plan and push away anyone who can help her, so basicaly she soning for a bad end again even though she said she wouldnt, its like you going to dig a hole and beside you its a spade, its a pickaxe, its a truck, its pretty much everything you will need to dog a hole, but she uses her hands and even if it doesnt work, she keep using her hands. If anything it just feels the writer made the MC go mentaly challenged for no reason, you get a new chance, but you just make even more people pusses at you where you keept your head down before, you dont go get money, you dont go get high friends you just piss people off instead ? No idea what the writer is going for but it just gets dumb .
'Tis nothing special, but it's not bad. Story: Please Throw Me Away is about a girl named Adele who replaces the duke's deceased daughter, but without the affection, a child would normally receive. For her entire life, her one and only wish was to be treated as the duke's actual daughter. That didn't happen. Instead, she was married off and assassinated on the way to her partner's estate. When she wakes up she discovers she's gone back in time, and this time around, she doesn't plan on getting murdered. Art: Just above average, the expressions are drawn to well in a sense that they look void of emotion. Characters: To be honest, I dislike the heroine, Adele. In chapter 15, she wasn't given an opportunity that I consider great. Yet, to prolong the drama, she refuses. The male lead, whose name has slipped my mind, is the reason I downgraded the art. Also, chapter 16 has led me to believe he is a natural airhead. It's perplexing, I don't feel any attachment to the characters at all. Overall: 3/5 stars
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