𝐑𝐄𝐕𝐈𝐄𝐖 >>> The story and romance starts out really strong in the beginning and then kind of tapers off near the middle of the story and then a second couple (teacher x student) is introduced and the story focuses on them for waaaaay too long. And I felt that the author just ran out of ideas for the main couple so they inserted an entirely different romance in the middle of the story. Then the story ends quite abruptly. Their issues were resolved way too quickly and the ending was rushed.
I didn’t like it. It started out fine, but devolved further and further until finishing it became a complete chore.
Art: art is fine. The character designs are actually the reason I read this in the first place
The characters: ok the real bone I have to pick is with the main character, Sora. she started out sympathetic but the longer the story went the more I disliked her. She’s supposed to be smart- one of the top students in her area- but she never, ever, displays this. she's just ditsy and led around by her feelings and other than her suposed test scores, there's no indication she's not below average intelligence. she never has a chance to be smart or bookish in the plot other than wave her tests with 100s around like it negates every dumbass thing she's done
How on earth did she go from having zero friends due to her social ineptitude to having 2 ride or die ones, a girl friend, and a model who’s head over heels for her without changing a single aspect of her personality? She bemoans having no one because of the way she is, but gathers people with no effort. All she does is flop around, meet people awkwardly for coffee, have weird relationships with her teachers, be a people pleaser, and have zero personality
Plot: there is no plot. Its just 50 chapters of a chemistry-less pair trying to get their shit together while I got increasingly frusterated with them. it's not even dumb teens beign dumb teens, it's painfully contrived.
And lastly: it's boring. Oh god, it’s just so boring. So, so little happens, and the drama that does happen is either so quick it's basically useless and just a twist for the end or is so inconsequential that barely anything changes
It's an endearing love story with cute and wholesome art style, it's quite worth it to read and will gives you some good chuckle along the way.
This was a very wholesome story with two girls slowly coming to terms about being gay as well as their feelings towards each other. Their relationship pushes both of them to becoming better people and just offers really feel good vibes. All the characters were different and interesting in their own ways. Really enjoyed this.