Princess Enisha’s birth marks the start of the Hyperion Empire’s prophetic reign. With her unfathomably cute face and a ceaseless supply of loyal servants, life is pretty great for the baby princess. There’s just the small issue of her two psychotic-killer brothers and a war-hungry father who she must stop from driving the empire into ruin. Enisha’s got a lot on her plate, between the constant flood of assassins trying to kill her and those pesky memories of her past life. But she’s in no rush to return to being the powerful high mage of a magical kingdom. After all, being Hyperion’s one great hope certainly has its royal perks. It’s not easy being the empire’s beloved princess, but these subjects will just have to do.
When I read the premise of this manhwa I thought... hmm, the plot sounds somewhat similar to Daughter of the Emperor or Who Made Me A Princess (which I enjoy both btw), but with a bit of a twist. I expected that I would enjoy this series. And I was right! Funny enough the series also reminds me in parts of Charlotte Has Five Disciples (which I LOVE) so I'm pleasantly surprised by that! Youngest Princess is about a woman who was a reknown Archmage who was pretty much already royalty as she was ruling the magic kingdom of Arcus along side two others when due to an unexpected spell she ends up being reincarnated in the body of Princess Enisha Rodgo Hyperion of the Hyperion kingdom. The third child, and only daughter of King Rodgo. Under normal circumstances, this perhaps, wouldn't have been such a monumentous thing except there was a prophecy given by an oracle which stated that the third child would bring the Empire endless glory. For centuries the royal family had tried to have a third child, but always failed... until the birth of Princess Enisha. A truly monumentous thing, indeed. The Archmage, now Enisha, was at a loss as to what to do in the beginning. Her father had very little interest in her other than to pop his head in her nursery to ask if she still lived, and that just wouldn't do! Hatching a plan Enisha decides to wrap him around her finger. And then she decides to do the same with her twin brothers. The Hyperion family is known for their brutality, and cold demeanor so watching her wrap them around her little finger was immensely entertaining! x'D How can she get her family to understand her, and what she wants? How long can she keep her magic a secret? And, how did she end up like this in the first place? At the time that I'm writing this review there are 25 chapters. This manhwa is an easy read and is incredibly entertaining! I find the art quite lovely, the characters hilarious and infuriating all in one, and the story itself is just so much fun! Definitely give this series a go!
It was very funny and amusing to read for a while, but eventually certain things just started to annoy me to much. The overprotective brothers and father trope was taken way too far. After being mentally and emotionally scared from Lady Baby I really couldn't get into the whole genius toddler worship thing, even if it wasn't as bad in this story. They tried to rush everything with the MC still a baby, including the romance, which was weird. Seeing a 8 year old say "she's the only thing in the world that matters to me" about a 2 year old or something was so wrong on so many levels. Also didn't like that she had so much baggage from her old life. I guess the author was just trying to be different but I wasn't feeling it.
Combining all OP tropes- reincarnated with Knowledge, originally overpowered, prophecy, chosen one, etc. the protagonist really… really has it good. Decides to take over the world with cuteness. Cannot have it better, honestly. Pure wish-fulfilment. At the moment, nothing original or overly interesting.
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