Neji



A story set in a futuristic world that mixes elements of sci-fi (cryogenics, automatons, etc.) with a light touch of supernatural powers.

Story, 7: Despite a short length of only three chapters, the world is fleshed out quite well. Readers get a sense of the state of the Earth, the implications of human experimentation, and what (if any) difference exists between artificial intelligence and human consciousness.

Art, 7: The action scenes were nice and the character designs felt fresh and distinct from each other.

Characters, 6: While I thought the main characters were interesting and certainly had a unique relationship, I was a bit underwhelmed by the GERA organization as a whole ( and Luzer in particular). The female characters mostly seemed like plot devices to push the protagonists along, which also irked me.

Enjoyment, 7: I finished this much quicker than I had anticipated. The world-building and potential for growth really attracted me, so it’s a shame that the series is complete (though I think it wraps up nicely as it is).

Overall, 7: I would recommend this to fans of sci-fi or anyone that might want to try a more action-oriented shoujo series. Fans of Yuki Kaori’s other works would probably enjoy this as well. A quick but entertaining read.

By Krugo


YumDeku

20 something year old, spending a lot of free time watching anime, playing video games, reading manga, sometimes meeting new people and learning game Dev. Loves battle shounen, slice of life, comedy, horror or anything that has an interesting plot.

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