Despite the Kingdom of Blenheim having a woman on the throne, it is a nation made for men. Women are restricted in what they can do, and those who think differently are reminded of their place. But now comes four ambitious girls with their sights set not only on the crown, but also on a revolution! Whose eccentric vision will shape the fate of this great kingdom?
Um..Hello?! Why is no one talking about this one? It has an amazing premise that is perfectly executed. The 4 main characters are smart as hell and truly shine in a society that was literally made to oppress them. The plot is intriguing and kept me swiping the pages to learn what happens next. It is not a fluffy romance story or a cliche reincarnation one, so I understand if some people are not into it. The major plot of the story is how women rise to power in a feudal society where everything is made for and governed by men with a woman as their ruler only in name. I've read around 70 chapters so far and I have to say I'm not disappointed. Usually stories of this kind tend to go over the edge a little bit making out all men to be monsters but this one had a nice balance to it. I will admit however that most of the male characters shown so far have been so disgusting that I cannot even... But they are necessary to the plot since the whole thing is about our MCs rising above bastards like these and truly make their kingdom into The Kingdom Of The Queen. And about the MCs, I gotta say its truly refreshing to read about female characters whose only purpose in life is not chasing after a man or bringing down other women. They become friends pretty quickly despite competing against each other for the throne. I know that was a pretty long review but it just really irked me that this manhwa wasn't on top of anyone's lists.😣 It is a really good one, please do give it a try. Oh, and it doesn't seem to be a yuri comic in case anyone was wondering.
Kingdom of the Queen was a manhwa I stumbled upon started reading with no expectation in mind. The premise seemed unenticing and to me, an avid isekai romance manhwa reader, it looked...typical. After all, it's not uncommon to find some trashy romance isekai manhwa that is mis-tagged. But, being that I was fairly bored I decided to give it a go. ~ story ~ 6.5/10 The story starts off just as stated in the synopsis, four girls recieving a challenge to be queen. To be honest, the entire 'I'm going to be queen!' thing was forgotten about by chapter 5 lol. The story focuses on the dynamics of the girls facing an anti-female society. Yep, you read that right. Most of the story so far is just about feminism. And the authors didn't really try to hide it. It does deal with some real life issues that women faced not only in the past but also in our modern world. Although, if you're going to read this solely for the plot, I'd suggest you look someplace else. ~ art ~ 8/10 The art isn't anything exceptional in either way. It's not bad but it's not like I was taking screenshots of every panel due to it's absolute supremacy over other art. It was your standard isekai manhwa art. Readers who are mainly famillair with shounen may not be used to the art style, but the art reminded me of literally every other shoujo isekai manhwa ever. ~ characters ~ 7.5/10 The authors didn't really try to make unique characters, or at least that's how it seemed to me. All the characters where archetypes that I've seen before. Our cast in this manhwa consists of four girls, as mentioned in the description. There's the tomboy, the stoic girl, the soft and well intentioned intelligent girl, and lastly, the loud and dramatic girl. I`m currently on chapter 28 but I do expect some kind of character development to make these girls a bit less 2D. ~ Overall ~ 7.5/10
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