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Bokura no Kiseki  
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From a young age, Minami Harusumi has had recurring dreams of Veronica, a princess whose kingdom is on the verge of destruction. He believes them to be recollections of his past life, and that he is her reincarnation. Because of this, he is ridiculed by his classmates. One day, when the mockery escalates into bullying, he rediscovers magic - something Veronica had studied and used. Reassured his past life is not merely a fantasy, Minami tries to learn more about his past memories and the reason behind them...


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Associated Names
Наше Чудо
Nasz Cud (Polish)
Our Miracle
Phép Lạ Của Chúng Ta

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17 Volumes (Ongoing)

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Average: 8.7 / 10.0 (410 votes)
Bayesian Average: 8.54 / 10.0
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December 28th 2017, 3:19pm PST



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Comic Zero-Sum (Ichijinsha)
Zero-Sum Ward (Ichijinsha)

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"Bokura no Kiseki" will become monthly [NEWS] over 2 years ago
Who do you think it is? over 3 years ago
Our Miracle! Hopefully, the josei tag can return.... over 3 years ago
Suspicious minor characters over 4 years ago
Who reincarnated to who? over 4 years ago

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It's "Once Upon a Time" meets Japanese high school life.   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by tgirl
September 27th, 2012, 6:57pm
I have volumes 1-5, but I've also been keeping track of all the chapters that have been coming out volume 6 and beyond. Whenever I go back to Taiwan, I zoom right to the Japanese bookstores and pick up whatever Zero-Sum manga I can find. It kind of stinks that the Japanese bookstores, in the US, do not carry Zero-Sum manga.

"Bokura no Kiseki" is one series that I definitely keep looking forward to every two months, because that's Zero-Sum Ward's release period. It's worth every wait, even though, I wish it was monthly. (It's all thanks to Bliss scanlations for working on this series in the beginning. I wouldn't have known about this manga's existence if it wasn't for them.)

Getting right to the main point, "Bokura no Kiseki" is literally what I said in my subject line. If you're ever familiar with the American TV series, "Once Upon a Time", then, the formula of "Bokura no Kiseki" is a little similar and different at the same time.

In "Once Upon a Time", you have well-known fairytale characters transported to our modern world stuck in a bubble rural town. They don't have any memories of their previous lives as fairytale characters. They simply live their lives in a never-ending cycle "daze" with false memories. The show uses a pattern of showing us what they're doing in the current time, but also gives us flashbacks to the characters' fairytale lives.

This kind of formula is what "Bokura no Kiseki" plays on in its own successful way. You have characters who existed in another time, and perhaps, another world where magic actually existed. Something terrible happened in the past, between two kingdoms, that caused the involved parties to reincarnate into our modern day earth. So, all these people now have new carefree lives in the 21st century.

However, the main character, Minami, is special among all these reincarnated people. He seems to be the only one(?) who remembered things about his previous life as a princess. Because of this, he carried around a diary detailing everything that he remembered including how to write in that ancient language. However, his diary is also the main catalyst for things to follow as later into the story, more people begin to remember the ancient past...... To say more would be huge spoilers.

You have big reveals, mysteries, characters who are doubtful of other characters, characters who seem to be hiding secrets, who's good and who's bad, magic fights, teachers being slightly involved (whoo), different factions, and the whole feeling of "there's more than what it seems, right?" If you're looking for a good series to theorize on, this is it. What's more awesome is you have
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not just gender swapping reincarnations, but also beauty swaps as well. i.e. Pretty girl gets reincarnated in a less desirable body..

The only thing that makes my head scratch a little is that, it's a little TOO convenient for every reincarnated person to go to the same high school. I mean, what if Minami was accepted to a different high school? But, the fact that we (definite spoilers for future volumes)
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don't know who the prince and Glen reincarnated as makes me wonder on this all the more. Yeah, it would be funny if Glen's reincarnation never showed up. It would be kind of sad, but understandable in some way, if Zeze was the prince. D: Oh geeze. That would be kind of messed up. Innocent looking Zeze suddenly ends up being the prince and will have to fight Minami again? I don't think so.... His karaoke shop would be destroyed to kingdom come.

Also, Nanaura is soooooo suspicious. He definitely has an "alibi", but trying to figure out what exactly is he up to even up to volume 7 related chapters.... o__o 彼は不審者だけどク レイジーじゃないで す!!
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Hidden Gem   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by NomCakeMangaNom
May 27th, 2014, 9:45am
I first found this manga about two years ago. Reading the summary I wasn't really interested, but after re-finding it about six months later, I gave it a go.

And oh my god.

It was like eating a cake and finding out it was the god of all cakes. The summary really doesn't do it justice. It looked like the manga started as a Oneshot but was serialised, and the summary is based on said Oneshot: it captures the flavour of the manga, but not the brilliance of it.

Like LaLaLinzo said below, I was thinking this was a light, easy read.


I swear, I got way too emotionally attached to everyone. All the characters are likeable, and may I add, act like people and not overdramatic robots you usually find in mangas. No pointless crying, no pointless drama, just actual people in the situation, will real reactions.

The length is great, too. Every about two months (ish) there's a 60-80 page new chapter, enough that I don't feel frustrated but am left wanting more.

And the best thing is in the latest chapter only like one question has been answered while about a gazillion have been asked. And with nothing that actually acts as filler, I find this impressive.

Overall, READ THIS IF IT'S THE LAST THING YOU DO. Worth. Every. Second.
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Truly Epic   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by sending
October 28th, 2012, 11:58pm
Let me just say this: Minami is a BADASS. Seriously. He is such a troll sometimes, it is the BEST. This is a very cerebral story; you really have to be paying attention to understand what's happening, since everyone has their own past-life back-story clashing with their current-life history as well as different motivations and alliances with other characters.

DEFINITELY give this one a shot, you won't regret it! There's a lot of perfectly justified set-up (it's such a complex story it would be terrible if there weren't), so read at least to chapter 5 before giving up on it. That's around when the real plot begins. READ IT!
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Rating: N/A
by MagikarpSplash
September 9th, 2015, 12:18pm
If you plan on reading this, please do yourself a favour and do so when you have ample time without stray assignments standing in your path. I picked this up at 11.00 pm, and I need to wake up tomorrow for class at 4.30 a.m. It is now 2.00 a.m. and I have yet to sleep. Or turned off my phone. There's no hope for me anymore because I know for sure I'm pulling an all-nighter tonight.

I have a quiz tomorrow. Please have pity on my soul.

I'm going to admit that my mind being blown to pieces was greatly due to my own initial misconceptions regarding this work. The fantastical summary and the typical-Shoujo art style didn't help me at all. I genuinely thought this was going to be a typical, corny shoujo fantasy. I set the bar far too low and expected nothing from it.

I was proven wrong. So very wrong.

Understand this: expect good things from it. Don't go with too low a bar. Or wait, do exactly that, just so you can have your brain blown to pieces like me. Kumeta Natsuo did a great work in keeping the plots shrouded in enough mystery, yet still stressing on character development. You feel for the characters, you get angry and sad and overwhelmed with them. Their issues feels real and honestly, pretty down to earth for a fantasy work. The suspense fucking killed me and the plot twists are a ride.

This work is a great one, especially because the art made you excuse a lot of minor flaws (like I said, made me set too low a bar). I know once I get shaken out of it, that this work is (while obviously fucking crack) only one of the many good, plot-twisty kinds, but damn do I get the highs for now. Read this. It's fucking good. I want to rave about it to my friends but damn I don't have manga friends in uni. This is the first time I regret not joining the Japanese cultural club because I don't want people to think I'm a weeb. Because of this FUCKING CRACK OF A MANGA.

Read it. It's a great way to pass your time. Join the fandom too while I'm at it.

... Last updated on September 9th, 2015, 12:22pm
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Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by LaLaLinzo
March 29th, 2014, 7:36pm
So I started this as a light read, ya?

It's got such a solid plot line, you can tell the author knows exactly what they're doing.

I am in love, and to pass time until the next (much needed!!!) chapter comes out, I'll be reading other works by this mangaka.

This wentt WAYY WAY WAYY beyond any expectations I had.
I am addicted.
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Also for the two comments below: I guess it just depends on the pace you read it? I followed all that happened, but I certainly wasn't expecting for it to happen that way! It kept me on edge and guessing, thats what I loved about it smile

... Last updated on March 29th, 2014, 7:38pm
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Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by wallyakazukin
November 3rd, 2014, 6:43am

So much story, so much character, so much twisted, and how I got fooled by the twist! OH MY!
So much story for every character which is related each other, every story of each character is WORTH. They didn't just play as "useless filler" character, they make whole the storyline. I feel like I got confused along with them, got exited along with them, got sad along with them, got suprise along with them, and lead to the answer along with them.
It's been a while since I read series like this, I have to say this is an epic. READ IT!
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Amazing but stressful at times   
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by hurafloyd
July 20th, 2016, 11:49am
The mangaka masterfully managed all the cliches of a shoujo manga in a way that you would actually find them interesting and wish to read more. After 10 chapters read I thought "this is a damn shoujo manga... but the story is interesting, the relationships are so complex and yet well played in such an amazing manner that it deserves my praises".

Sometimes it gets stressful because of the conditions the manga develops in (you'll understand when you read it), but that "stress" is what drives you to keep reading.

For those who care, the idiocy level of the characters is in the lowest range of the idiocy spectrum, if you consider an act idiotic, remember their circumstances and how are they related to the other characters... and it wont seem idiotic at all. Just remember, this manga is quite complex, you need to keep two sets of personalities in mind and, good luck not confusing them lol.
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Don't let the number of characters daunt you   
Rating: 9.5 / 10.0
by Lone-Moose
March 12th, 2017, 2:27pm
If you like stories that keep you thinking and give you hints to discover the answers, this is a great series for you. It is a psychological, complex series with just enough romance to satisfy but not be a prominent overbearing feature. The plethora of characters seems to bother many, but I find that if you take a few minutes to really look at each character they aren't that hard to differentiate. I enjoy having the many characters especially since the minor characters often become important along the way. The art isn't anything special, typical shoujo-esque style that could use a more original touch, but it serves it purpose. I find that though many readers think the characters suffer from too similar designs, they actually all have very different faces. This story keeps you on edge, guessing who is really who and what their motives are. It has an overall dark feel for a josei, but there is comic relief and often side stories to break up the tension. Bokura no Kiseki is among my top 5 favourite comics and highly recommend it!
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i've been fooled!   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by meridianna
September 19th, 2014, 11:59pm
like i said, i've been fooled!
not in a bad way though. this manga is so unpredicted even i cannot think anything
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all my hypothesis are falling apart. well, damn. esp the recent chapters.

not i hate that though. i love manga which cannot be predicted.
the tag Mystery is so suitable to this manga.
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I really really love it !!   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Aliaa
December 24th, 2015, 9:49am
Some people says this manga has so many characters but i don't think you should stop reading it just because of that reason it's really amazing and you will recognize the characters with is an idea, open another page while reading that has the characters faces and names so when ever you forget one you go to the other page and look for this character, easy wink

... Last updated on December 27th, 2015, 5:20pm
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