Meet Rio: a callous orphaned boy living in the slums. At only 7-years-old, he realizes he’s actually the reincarnation of Haruto Amakawa, a Japanese university student with a tragic past. While still reeling from this shocking epiphany, Rio also comes to learn that he possesses extremely potent magical abilities and uses his new powers to solve the kidnapping case of a little girl. His good deed is acknowledged, and he’s rewarded by being enrolled into… a prestigious academy for noble children...?
Source: J-Novel Club
The story begins interesting, but it falls flat with the characters. The main character is a Mary Sue. Despite all the bad luck, he solves everything easily, is loved by everyone, even people he has just met, he's a perfect man, kind and humble, always apologizing and thanking. Even people who hate humans, love him, and if they don't love him, they are bad people. The villains are also unidimensional. They are bad because they are bad and have villain's faces. Side characters are also unidimensional. They love Rio and are saved by him, and that's all there's to them. Another problem is that there's no main cast, Rio travels around and doesn't keep a party with him, changing the characters he interacts with all the time. I read 28 chapters and despite the beginning having setting up a nice story, the characters ruin it.
Oh boy, is this one a mess. Firstly, I want to address the art: it does not fit the tone of the story it's trying to convey. It's childish and it's impossible to tell these characters even aged! There's a 5 year time skip and they all still have very rounded faces despite being in their late teens. Why are they all so stick thin despite being in their teens? Also why does a malnourished child have abs? Story: It's bad. It's really, really bad. It's trying to be political but it's impossible to take anyone seriously with how incompetent these people are. They really think a 12 year old from the slums took a hostage? There were literally dead bodies strewn about the house and you place the blame on a malnourished child? Don't get me wrong, I can understand having a suspicion that the kid may be involved, but to solely put it all on him is bonkers. Characters: They all suck. Bland, one note personalities and they're written for fodder, but as far as I got, that wasn't the case. Shocked they lived through being attacked by monsters given their lack of competence. Additional notes: Why is this creepy middle aged guy having a literal 12 year old teach kids that are her age? So what if she's a prodigy? She would not have the mental maturity to handle that kind of stuff. Being academic smart doesn't suddenly make you mature. Also, why does no one believe the second princess? She's the one who was in the situation, but others act like she's delusional or something. It's a bad series. Don't read it, unless that's your thing.
La historia es una mierda, un chico que fue torturado por personas de la realeza de rey y que encima el chico perdona al rey ada a cagar que mierda la verdad, antes de eso lo culpan por secuestrar a las princesas cuando en verdad la estava salvando ada a cagaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar manga de mierda
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