If you're looking for manga similar to The Twins' New Life, you might like these titles.
The Speràdo family line possesses a secret: shadow magic. But it’s been 100 years since someone last wielded it. When Marquis Speràdo tries to sacrifice Leslie for her favored sister Ellie, little does he know that this awakens the power of darkness in her instead. To escape her family’s greed and abuse, Leslie’s out to make a deal with the Monstrous Duke: adopt her, and her powers will be at the duke’s disposal. Will Leslie escape her parents’ cruel grip, or succumb to their evil exploits?
Both titles have similar levels of maturity. They both also deal with abused children with magic meeting a parental figure and learning to rely on them.
Both mangas genres are similar or the same,
The lead roles are abused
Leslie, Arien and Arhen have a high standing in hiecharcy, while they are still judged even with their authority and power due to blood.
Both the Twin Siblings' New Life and the Monster Duchess and Contract Princess have thought out plots and colorful drawing designs, (example: the dark blue cloak that Leslie wore to town, leslies purple eyes, the duchess's dark green nescessity) (another ex: arhen and ariens bright hair)
Leslie and the twins have a power,
Leslie and the twins have funny, loveable, siblings,
They both with children who had bad parents and ended up in better care while learning about real love while dealing with the hardship they have.
Both are about mature children protagonists that are marked by abuse and that have somekind of power.
Both deal with crazy family members through which the protagonist experiences love, but also new dangers that arrive with their family's title and reputation.
Both have protagonists abandoned by their parents (with Twin Silbings's father redeeming himself, and Contract Princess finding new parents). All in all, both show the struggles and growth of abused children learning to cope and get over their trauma over time while living eith their new accepting family.
They both feature developing family bonds and working through emotional scars left behind from early childhood. Both are set in fantasy worlds with swords and magic (monstrous duke focuses more on swords, twins focuses more on magic)
both have children born into family that treat them badly until new family comes into the picture and shower them with love
Different plot but the same heartfelt vibe. Plus crazy strong bears protecting little bunny kids. Both are an easy reads with light level of worldbuilding. Whith 'easy reads' I reffer to the pace of story development and amount of story plots happening at once. Cause both manhwa's touch upon some heavy topics such as child abuse.
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.
If you're looking for a princess with crazy family members then I will suggest this manga it is good and it's so similar to this manga that its almost crazy only thing that's different is that she has memories of her previous life and she goes through less trial and error. It involves Magic and early childhood action and if you don't like Romance then in the first 32 chapters that aren't any well not much. I was really glad that I found this manga I suggest that you read it as well
Similarites between Youngest Princess and The Twin Sibling's New Life
They are both royalty,
both rememember their past lives,
both look the same -_-
live in a castle,
both have an over-protective father,
by the middle of the manga both moms are not in the story
While the youngest princess is, in my opinion not as good as the twin siblings' new life, i agree that they are very similar and share good qualities.
(Their plot is alike in many ways, many listed above, if you do not know each stories summary, then please click on the cover pages of each novel to look at it to get a better idea. AKA too lazy to write)
I also believe that if you have not, you should read The Twin Sibling's New Life, if you wanted a reccommendation from the Youngest Princess, as it varies unique differences from the same old reincarnation stories and the novel is cute, and you can get along with the characters and sympathise them more so than others in different mangas. It is very interesting, and presents more sides to the story than other mangas. The Youngest Princess is also a nice read as it embarks how princess wrinkly is not afraid of the king and daring brothers. This relates to the Twins, arhen and arien, as they are also experince the same sort of relationship, while it is not all the same the siblings play a big role in both characters developments. Despite my critical reveiws both novels are good and i reccomend both.
These are only my opinions
Both are almost the same. There is an abandoned princess (and an abandoned prince in case of The Twin Siblings' New Life) and a tyrant emperor. It's VERY similar.
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both have reincarnated protagnists are royalty. In the twins' new life, they believe they aren't loved whereas the beloved princess' protagnist is loved by all
Both stories have little girls who find their true family. Both of them have incredible powers and destinies, as well.
The beautiful Athanasia was killed at the hands of her own biological father, Claude de Alger Obelia, the cold-blooded emperor! It’s just a silly bedtime story… until one woman wakes up to suddenly find she’s become that unfortunate princess! She needs a plan to survive her doomed fate, and time is running out. Will she go with Plan A, live as quietly as possible without being noticed by the infamous emperor? Plan B, collect enough money to escape the palace? Or will she be stuck with plan C, sweet-talking her way into her father’s good graces?!
they just have a similiar vibe but i personaly think that "the twins" are better
they both is how they dont trust the emperor but they slowley get closer. And as they get closer the emperor like them more they also are both recarnation
If you like reading manga about family relationship reconciling you will enjoy both manga
both have main lead who try to fend for themselves to change their fate
strong determine personality
Both are great and worth reading. But I love the idea of twins more. This is a must read and highly recommended.
Father is cold and soon build relationship with the kid or kids. The children look similar and act similar both sad in middle have good character development ect.
cause I read it, and it was so good, the character development and art, and art style was excellent too, I fully support it as it was my first manhwa that I read of this type of genre and I liked it.
A girl with glowing, bejeweled eyes and a tiny dragon has been found in an abandoned palace... and there is no doubt she is the long-forgotten daughter of the Emperor. Growing up wild and free, she is unaware of how special she is, especially since her eyes see things others cannot. As the Emperor and his three other children take her in and try to get closer to her, will she learn to trust them? And will this new addition to their family bring fortune or ruin to the empire?
Its really similar, i think both are great, twins' new life is a personal fave of mine. if you like this one you'll like the other
basically same thing, kids with hidden powers and daddy issues
blond hair signals that you are a member of the royal family and the dad tries to make the kids understand his love but he is a w k w a r d
I have not much to say except they have a similar starting concept. Of course they are still progressing and only time will tell if they stay interesting.
Abandoned child of royalty is now living with tere father and siblings.
In the entertainment industry, lying is both your strongest weapon and an exceptional form of love. Goro, a gynecologist and a massive B-Komachi stan, finds his life turned upside down when his newest patient turns out to be B-Komachi member Ai-chan herself! Despite the industry seeing children as a idol's death sentence, the 16-year-old Ai still desperately wants to give birth. So under the cover of secrecy, Goro helps the young idol with her prenatal care... only to be attacked and killed the night she's due to give birth. Reincarnated as one of her newborn twins, Goro (now Aquamarine Hoshino) gets to spend 24 hours a day in the arms of his favourite idol! But can a ditzy young idol with a life full of lies make a good mother? And what of Ruby, his suspiciously verbose sister?
Twin's New Life and Oshi no Ko have a slightly similar story with many differences as well. The two manga similarities are two people reincarnating, twin's mother death, and absence of their father for a period of time. While there are also plenty of dfferences I would still recommend people to read the both books to those that like the reincarnation genre.
regarding the fact if this two have similarities and what the person above me says, hmmmm well yes but no. aside from both of them having twin reincarnated mc i dont really see much of a resemble. also oshi no ko is reborn/reincarnation(reborn in the same world in the same body or different person) and twin's new life is isekai( transported/trapped/reborn/summoned in another world)
but either way i recommend you both as i read both.
Selene was fortunate to be born to her beloved mother not just once, but twice. And now that her single mother has died in her second life, Selene must face the world as an orphan... or so she thought. Before she knows it, she's swept up by a handsome stranger who turns out to be her father and the nation's emperor! Not only that, but she discovers she has three older brothers who absolutely adore her. Going from the slums to the imperial palace overnight isn't easy, however, and Selene must navigate her family dynamics, the rules of the palace, and the unbearable loneliness of missing her mother. Moreover, Selene begins to realize that there's a hidden reason why she remembers her past life so well. Will Selene be able to find closure from her past and finally mend the hole that her mother's death left in her heart?
Although it has only been three chapters of "I Was Born as the Second Daughter" it just reminds me a lot of "The Twins' New Life."
Both stories have children unexpectedly brought into the royal family. They face challenges, gain friends, and grow up discovering what family's love means.
11-year-old Estelle never imagined she’d be sold off by her own mother. But the buyer is the one and only duke in the empire, Ein Castielo… and he’s Estelle’s father?! Feared across kingdoms for his blood-red eyes and the immense powers of his magical lineage, Ein is the cold master of House Castielo. His sworn enemies and dashing knights could become Estelle’s, but does being his rare daughter really mean she is a child of this house?
Children protagonist who are reborn, face domestic violence from a young age, have family they never met who love them, and these protagonist are anything but weak. Their experiences make them strong and this being their 2 lives isn't a fact they use to change the whole world, but it's on a more realistic level. More so that knowledge is used to help them get over their worst moments that would probably destroy a child without any knowledge.
Drugged by her own sister for money, Xiaomo didn’t know what was happening when she woke with a gorgeous but domineering man in her bed. She ran and ran but she would soon discover he was their nation’s prince?! What’s worse, she’s pregnant with his child…can the two live happily ever after?
Ariadna Lereg Ilestri Pre Agrigent. And so my life begins with this ridiculously long name, born to royalty and the center of attention — all because of one dangerous man; the veritably insane tyrant king, ruthless conqueror of ten empires, nightmare of all continents… and my father?! Will I be able to survive this maniac?
Abducted from her mother at a young age and tortured for her incredible power, Evanna knew nothing but agony her whole life. That is until one day, she is rescued and returned to the father she never knew, the Duke of Vicente. But as Evanna’s very existence brings back painful memories for the Duke, he must learn how to love her, while Evanna must come to trust her father and heal her trauma. But with Evanna's power highly coveted, can these two overcome their thorny pasts for a rosier future?