"Things I wanted to re-do seem to be endless..." An elite Office Lady, Komori, has a unique ability to do minimum time looping but the limit suddenly turn into 10 years when she got in an accident. The one who greets her in the high-school-past was that man, who had live in Komori's heart for a long time... sometimes remembered as a smiling nerd, sometimes as a lifeless body that Komori couldn't save.
this really really good story, good character, good ending T^T make my heart racing so fast. i recommend it just read ! really worth it . dont wanna give spoiler just read it !
I am suprised it is not that popular as the story may be a bit cliche, but it is geniunly a great read. Its a short one, only 5 chapters long so at least check it out. I quickly read it in one sitting, it was very heartwarming and sweet. The main characters were lovable. Art had no notable flaws. Very cute and slightly more unique than the classic romance stories.
The only thing truly interesting about this is the concept of time loops. And that concept has been better implemented in other series (like Erased), with more engaging storytelling and characters and just general drama. The characters in this five-chapter short story are bland. They don't delve into Komori's problem-solving process, which suggests that fe doesn't really have one (that redoing things is the problem-solving mechanism in and of itself). Stein is a math weirdo/genius, and I guess that counts as a noticeable personality, but it still isn't very interesting. I think that's partly because fe just feels like support for Komori and partly because feir genius and insightfulness is too transcendent to be believable. The concept of the Butterfly Effect, and of small changes having big effects down the line, is very central to the plot. But they also bring up Schrodinger's Cat, Quantum theory, and the idea of multiple timelines during their exposition. Komori goes through hundreds of iterations (largely unshown) until fe's able to create an ideal timeline. There are some negative side effects in that ideal timeline, but you'll just have to read to see exactly what those are. * * * "That's enough memories, thank you, I'm stuffed.I'll need a memory vomitorium if this goes on..." --Christian Wiman
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