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  • A comedy with a dense protagonist, and I liked it.

    In general, I'm not a fan of stories with dense main characters: how can they be that dense, yet still integral to their story; or still alive and relatively normal? This series, however, takes the concept of the dense hero, and changes is up by quite a bit: not only did they make the dense protagonist a heroine, they made her entire character based on her OVERALL lack of situational awareness. Hell, the reason she's in this otome isekai mess to begin with, is because her lack of caution and reckless behavior ended up getting her killed; Let me rephrase that, she DIED, because dense isn't just describing her in romantic situations, it's the main part of her character. Not to mention, we get to see how a dense character like her can actually be interesting and entertaining, by placing her in a situation that we can comprehend, seeing how a straightforward girl like her would behave, then experience how and why the people near her react to her actions. While the first novel would be best at seeing how her actions and thoughts can be entertaining, I'd say this volume is no slouch in being equal parts funny and emotional.

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  • Awesome

    Love it.really good. Excellent, silly fun, great time.

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  • Fun light twist on the YA romance genre

    I am really enjoying just reading off my phone. Light, easy to read. There is something about a tom boy being recainated into a world inspired by European nobility that keeps it entertaining. Barley domesticated by the time she passed in her former life and living longer doesn't change that. Katarina is the purest version of herself, unswayed by external influence. Defiently in the YA romance reading category as the denseness of the protagonist keeps the sexuality scaled back to PG. The light novels do the best at explaining Katarina's denceness because she assumes that at the age of 15 she is still living the same video game she played. It is more she is married to her expectations and assumptions Katarina refuses to see beyond it. I don't know what it is about the charasmatic Katrina Clase that has me hooked but I am having a lot of fun following her journey.

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