Unrivaled looks, extraordinary skills, a clear path to the throne—Sienna Argent has it all. And now she’s even seeing visions of her future! Everything is set for her as the Silver King and soon-to-be emperor... So why has she suddenly grown wary of those around her? The mother she’s always seen as her ally, the half-royal half-brother she’s constantly shunned, and a man shrouded in mystery, all seem to play a hand in the course of her future. Is Sienna destined for a less than happy ending?
The romance comes in super quickly with no build up, so if that's why you came, you will be disappointed. If you look past that, the storyline of the FL trying to figure out her prophetic dreams and what they mean is really interesting. Watching her try to improve her limited knowledge of the world outside of royalty while also uncovering the hidden agendas the people she thought she could trust hold is why I'm reading. Despite the lack of build up there is some chemistry between ML and FL. I think as time goes on they'll have some cute moments even if it's debatable if the couple earned them. The art is also really beautiful so that's another plus. (Read up to chapter 28)
The story is slightly rushed with the romance progressing after only a few chapters. I can however overlook this issue as the art style is beautiful and the overall plot is highly intriguing making up for the rushed beginning. I feel like this story has the potential to become great and with only a few chapters in English so far I look forward to seeing the story will progress.
The Great Wish is about a princess that lived all her life trained to become empress, by getting rid of her facial expressions, learning about everything she needs in order to become the empress that brings peace like her father. But.. life is neither all black nor all white and she learns it starting from a dream that "could" be from the future. First, she's happy about her dream but after the other ones, she starts doubting her kingdom, her relationships, her truth. She doesn't break through, and learns what she didn't know, recreates good relationships, and accepts the change of the future all for her dream of becoming an empress that will bring peace everywhere. I'm quite proud of her, when she learns that not everything about her was peaceful and good, she started wanting to learn more about the real world and reality. I admit she was slow to find correlations between different things at the start (since this was new for her) but as she knows more, she doesn't disappoint us at all and understands more quickly the meaning between events. She's quick-witted without any doubt. There is also the romance that is entertaining (a little too fast I think but no big deal) and that creates interesting scenes. Some dreams can prove she's done a different choice when others seem to contradict and make her doubt her actions. I don't know why but I want to put 10 in the drawing because it's really good despite it not being the best I've seen (and maybe I don't want to put 8-9 because of the fact that I was literally drawn into the Webtoon?) P.S: She makes me think of Adonis in Reminiscence Adonis because of the lack of emotions despite the fact that they are completely different and we can't really compare them.
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