Qi closed her eyes and fell asleep in the warm embrace of her girlfriend Yuanzi… only to wake up 10 years in the past! Now back in high school, Qi sees this as the chance to save the love of her life from becoming terminally ill. But little does she know that her teenage self is in her adult body, with no clue about the life she's built and the precious time she has left with Yuanzi. Throughout it all, with each other by their side, can their love conquer every obstacle, in any timeline?
I have to admit, it was a nice change for a “isekai” type of Yuri manhua where our MC Yu Gi gets swapped with her 17 year old and 27 year old self in different timelines. However the plot of the story was pretty rushed and vague to give the reason why Yu Gi was swapped in the first place. It was kinda disappointing that it didn’t expand on that part. Art was basic enough although I felt not much effort was put into it either. However I do give credit where it’s due to the fact, the story is cute like I do ship Yu Gi and Yuanzi a lot as a couple! If you like GL manga, this is worth to check out folks!
A sweet, heart-warming GL. What I really liked about this was that the story, especially the relationships, was quite realistic. Except for the time-travelling/parallel worlds, the troubles characters face are realistic. Yu Qi and Yuan Zhi are the main characters. Their relationship is rock solid, and there aren't any moments where you feel like the relationship will end because one of them might mess up. They communicate with each other, and the scenes of slight miscommunication don't create any iffy feelings. The other characters are written so well too. I could really see them as real people with their own flaws and emotions. And, the manhua gives the characters flaws while keeping them likeable. The real life issues/aspects of society do come into play, and they're weaved into the story like the natural flow of everyday life. The interactions between all characters are exactly how we interact in real life. Perhaps what's slightly unrealistic in the manhua is the large number of good people; real life won't always have people who recognize and correct their mistakes after all. But, having many reasonable characters is also how the manhua minimizes annoying melodrama, so I'm definitely not complaining haha. The pacing of the manhua is just right. In 40 chapters, I felt satiated. All important loose ends were tied up. The story didn't drag on either. The art is so cute. It's quite simplistic, but it conveys expressions well. Small side-note, even the art depicting the exterior and interior of a typical modern Chinese house is realistic, almost relatable, and the shopping department background is also realistic. The school setting was well done as well. I really recommend this to any reader.
don’t usually write reviews, but now I feel like I have to describe what I feel now so while the experience is fresh in me.The concept of the story is very similar to that of (kimi no na wa) anime. However, the whole thing is completely different. Character development provides perfection both visually and personally. The story threads as time bounces as it approaches the story from multiple perspectives. As it takes time for small but important details. It's simply brilliant. I am delighted to only recommend it to everyone.
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