I’ve transmigrated into the body of the terminally ill, villainous princess of a novel. It’s okay, though, I can cure this illness and live a life where I can do whatever I want! First, I want to meet all of my favorite characters from the novel in person! But, because I am a villainess, people around me tend to be wary… “You will die soon, and yet… how can you laugh like that?” Well, it’s ‘cus I’m super hot.
Love it!! The art style is good. And i fall on love with the story. This is probably one of the best Isekai manhwa i've ever read. Recommended 👍🖤
The art is good but the execution of the story not so much. We have the mc constantly reminding us about how crazy the ml is and some times I feel like the tone of the story is a bit light (partnered with the color). Considering that she is trapped with a body that is in the way of said prince's succession to the throne, she should worry that he might still come for her throat even if she cut ties with the empirial family cuz he's described to be that dude who will eliminate everything that is close to things that he thinks belongs to him. But one thing that this story did well was making me feel genuinly sad for someone, and it's not the mc, it's the og princess. Everyone can be hit by a meteor and die especially the emperor, I don't like whatever he is trying to pull just to make sure he doesn't reget anything, HE. I could go in to more detail about that- here's why. The princess has an incurable illness since the mc now possess the body she can overcome this once her soul and the og princess body fully becomes one because the soul is the one affected with this. So uppon assessing the situation the mc decides she has to get away from the prince, to do that she asks to renounce her claim to the throne, and upon learning her illness the emperor decides to decline her request despite introspecting and agreeing that the mc might be better off to go away from something she deems as a painful place (the palace). Why? becaue he doesn't want to have regrets, about letting his daughter leave the palace with just the memory of being abandoned. I'm like- I get you had your thing as the emperor (will actually be explained by his pov) but the girl literally just have a few years to live (if she was the og princess that is), so why lock her down when she clearly asks for freedom for what remains of her life span. A mere one year in the palace won't erase her painful memories, and the emperor himself said that it was hard for him to open up to his daughter, so why? Just let the girl live in peace, don't waste more of her limited time.
The art is breathtaking, It really made the reading experience so much better. I don't think there is any real semblance of a solid story as of chapter 28 but the characters more then make up for it. The MC is either secretly not obvious to everything around her (which I highly roubt) or has the most hilarious protagonist powers ever. Basicly everyone thinks she's dying and admires her for being so strong(even though she isn't) and she just doesn't really contradict anyone (because she's so obvious) causing one misunderstanding after the next. She's overall a fun perspective to read from. The males are all simp-ing for her and , the supporting cast pity/adore her for being so strong while they think she's dying and while this can be funny at times it also gets a bit repetitive and annoying. But I liked it. This story has a few flaws and might gloss over some of the finer details but I'm genuinely having fun reading it and I think that's all that matters.
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