Tearmoon Empire

Alt title: Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari

Vol: 5+; Ch: 24+
2019 - ?
4.328 out of 5 from 446 votes
Rank #3,114
Tearmoon Empire

The Tearmoon Empire has fallen. As the flames of revolution scour the land, the empire’s ever-selfish princess, Mia, is publicly executed by way of the guillotine...only to wake up in the past as her twelve-year-old self! The empire’s back, the revolution is a distant memory, and sweets are once again on the table!

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Thoroughly enjoyable. There's always the possibility, of course, that it could grow more dull over time, but for now all I can say is that it was a pleasant read and that I am almost desperately looking forward to further installments. The shifting bloody diary is an excellent narrative device that can propel the plot forward and maintain a clear structure to all of the improvements they implement and connections they build. Though it's actually not referred to all that often, especially after Mia starts attending the academy. I am slightly disappointed in the shift of focus after that point. Before then, Mia was implementing changes and reforming the system so that the lives of the general populace were improved and so that there was less corruption and unfairness that might lead to the average people feeling slighted--it was a bottom-up approach. But after fe started attending the academy, fe started a top-down approach where fe built connections and alliances with other countries in the hopes that they would come to feir aid in the event of a revolution and tried to prevent the leaders of the revolution (Tiona, Sion, Rafina) from wanting to lead a revolution. I don't appreciate the slight implication that the populace might not revolt if they didn't have certain people leading them to revolt or the idea that improving things with the elites inherently ends up trickling down and improving the lives of the average people, but the cuteness and humor make it so that it's still a very enjoyable read. The humor is based on misunderstandings, which is always a good source for humor. Basically everyone who comes into contact with Mia develops some level of "Miaitis" where they assume that everything fe is doing is wise and unpretentious and kind, when in actuality Mia is often doing things for pragmatic or self-serving reasons. Fe is still a largely selfish person (though there are a few people that fe genuinely cares about), but fe has become more down-to-earth and appreciative after having spent years in prison and faced deadly situations in the previous timeline. [Reviewed at chapter 13]

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