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From Aerandria Scans: The long-lasting war between the Northern and the Southern Kingdoms is unbearable. So the northern Prince Johane and the southern Princess Euda decide to tell everyone they are in love, because their marriage can stop the war. But the truth is they donít get along at all!
خطة السلام المضمونة 絶対平和大作戦 绝对平和大作战 ยุทธการรักขจัดรบ Absolute Peace Project Absolute Peace Strategy Peace at Any Price
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why oh why does she need saving so much. she has some sort self defense training and can even fight a little (she was doing flips and kicks all over the place) but it's only apparent when's she's fighting with johane. other than that she's your typical useless, helpless shoujo heroine who needs saving in d*mn near every chapter. i read this because i liked Reimei No Arcana and it had a similar plot. No two stories could be more different. if you liked Reimei no Arcana don't read this hoping for more of the same you'll be disappointed.
one positive review from me
my personal opinion: it's a good manga. yes the female lead is a bit annoying sometimes but other than that, all around she is pretty adorable. i think it's good that she is not a strong, perfect heroine, because i think it will be boring if it was like that. as for the prince, well the prince is the best character on this manga, end of. and about the story.. it's really good and heartwarming. so yeah, give it a try
Okay, it was cute, I guess, but I never really understood why Euda hated the prince so much. She said it was because he killed people during the war.... but so did her brother? I just thought their whole love-hate relationship thing was never justified, and that she was just being all whiney over nothing. Everything involving the countries was solved easily, whereas their relationship was all rocky just because she was obstinate about her feelings. It was pretty annoying. The prince was nice, though. Pretty typical shoujo, but not really my cup of tea.
but it has lots of right on the gut cutesy moments but then again my initial impression of pure love of this ended at around chapter five because the quarrels got pretty old for me pretty soon and yuda kindda got hecka annoying, im a girl, so i dont find tsunderes cute, i mean i dont get tsunderes, i mean i get tsundere boys but not tsundere boys and though they try to make Johanne unprincely and terrible hes just so awesome and hot, all those panels of his shirt ripped open right on the middle and tucked out, just how did that happened? i liked the war concept but since its shoujo cant see any darkness (much) than that concept actually needs which is also boring.. i admit though that the boring almost brought me to tears. but i took way too long to finish this thing, because its sweet but boring.
I got tired reading the same scene repeating in every single chapter of this manga. It always starts with a description, then move forward to how the couple acts together and then it showed us how the couple showed their hatred for each other. Especially that female character. She's friggin' irritating and not once, did she ever proved that she could be a strong person. Even when Johanne was framed, all she can do is sit and cry about it. But then, I gave it an 8 because of...DANIEL!! omg. what a cute little boy!!! He's so adorable!!!!! The plot is...very typical. It kinda makes you feel like it's a deja vu.
Naawww now I feel all warm and fuzzy~
Lol so it's pretty basic shoujo, and that girl is so dense but pfffft the shoujo genre certainly isn't lacking in the 'dense heroine' department, I've gotten so used to it I don't care anymore. Maybe it's because the last 20 or so series I've been reading are all adult/tragedy/suspense/gore, but this was just what I needed to make me all happy inside again. lol. I agree with the comments that say it's repetitive, but I finished the entire series in 2 hours so....it wasn't that bad. Anyway I liked the heroine, she was really cute. Those middle-eastern outfits are also really beautiful~ <3
I wish I could "unread" this....
Considering this was published in Lala, I wasn't expecting much, but wow, this was so bad I had write a review to rant/keep others away from this.
As previous reviewers have said, the female lead is beyond annoying. Honestly speaking, it's like she's pms-ing throughout the entire manga. The male lead is your typical cool-headed shoujo guy, but he's tolerable.
On the whole, the story could have knocked down the cliches generally associated with shoujo (the set-up was completely there), but it didn't get there. It didn't get there at all. There was a little bit of me that hoped that this would do that when I read the description, but really why was I so optimistic? This features your typical royalty shoujo/josei set-up mixed with superficial obstacles and annoying personalities. Ookami no Heika no Hanayome is a much better story if you want a well-executed shoujo about royalty.
Overall, if you're looking for a light-read, this is fine. If you're looking for something even remotely unique and different, look elsewhere.
... Last updated on March 3rd, 2012, 12:51am
Attack of the tsun
I managed to finish this, but goddamn. Euda being so tsun tsun towards Johane got on my nerves quickly. At least Johane and his past was more interesting, other than the art. Otherwise this manga's nothing special. Just a read to kill time, if you're that bored.
I couldn't finish reading this 'cos the lead female's character growth is super duper slow. It was really annoying how every chapter so far, involved her having to be "saved" and not once, does anyone have the common sense to increase security around her or take other counter-measures to protect her. Now, I don't mind some sentimentality like getting all weepy and mournful and so on(since it's human to show a range of emotions), but she never stops crying ever. After a few moments of putting up a strong and prickly front, she'll burst into tears after a while.
And worse, neither of the main characters ever learn from some of their mistakes. I'd normally ignore issues like these but the writing revolves around certain aspects of the plot. And not once have they picked up any hints! A shame since many other aspects were quite good and well laid-out: from the character interactions to the setting of this story and why it makes so much sense when a "forced or sham marriage" doesn't always work out. And for a shoujo, it does have a fair amount of realism about the effects of war and it's not the wish fulfillment type either.
However, those who don't mind such flaws would find the story really to their liking. It's got quite a spin on a normal shoujo romance and also, it's not about school life.
For those who liked or disliked this title, I also recommend The Prince's Cactus where the protagonists are quite strong and also spend their entire time bickering.
... Last updated on August 1st, 2011, 10:53am
By chapter 6 i got bored & i couldnt read anymore. Adorable art yes, but the characters were too predictable & the main heroine is annoying & dense. It got too repetitive so I just dropped it.