Shoujo Saturday: Bokura no Kiseki Volume 01 by Natsuo Kumeta

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This week on Shoujo Saturday I’m covering Bokura no Kiseki Volume 01. It’s not a full series review as I’d like to try and see if people will like reading a single volume review.

Plot Synopsis: Ever since he was a child, Minami Harusumi has been having recurring dreams and flashbacks of his past life as Veronica, a princess of a small country called Zerestria. Thinking that getting reincarnated is normal, he told his classmates about it and was promptly mocked.

Plot: Haru is definitely a bit of a bad ass by the end of the volume, and Takao is right up there with him, I particularly enjoyed the confession scene. The rest of the volume is dedicated to the reveal that the some of the cast also have previous live’s memories and that Haru isn’t the only one who can perform magic. The plot has me thoroughly hooked at this point and I intend to catch up to released chapters as soon as possible.

Overall: Well worth the read, especially if you like reincarnation stories.

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Shoujo Saturday: Bokura no Kiseki by Natsuo Kumeta [Quick Review]

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This week for Shoujo Saturday I’m doing another quick review, something I’m really sorry for, but the rest of my backlog takes precedence over the material for Saturday at the moment. That being said expect a full review of this series sooner rather than later. It’s Bokura no Kiseki, or Our Miracle in English, by Natsuo Kumeta.

Plot Synopsis: Ever since he was a child, Minami Harusumi has been having recurring dreams and flashbacks of his past life as Veronica, a princess of a small country called Zerestria. Thinking that getting reincarnated is normal, he told his classmates about it and was promptly mocked.

Plot: The plot hook is great, and I’m really interested in reading this series. I just ran out of time to read it this week with everything I had going on.

Characters: Minami is an interesting main character and I want to learn more about his life as Veronica. So far the cast seems to be unimportant so far.

Artwork: The art is standard Josei material, but that doesn’t mean it’s average. It’s great, I just wish it had a little bit more distinct line work.

Overall: Give this series a read if you like reincarnation stories.

For those who like: Reincarnation Series, Magic, Fantasy, Josei.

Not for those who don’t like: Any of the above.