I Tamed a Tyrant and Ran Away


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God gave me one more chance and finally came back after four hundred years.

As soon as I realized I returned, I decided that ‘no one should have pride.’

My goal was to destroy the country. So, I grew up with a genius prince who lived in hiding before returning.
He took up the empire for me and I left him for him to achieve his goal.

‘I came to pick you up Charlize Ronan.’ Dylan, who became a perfect tyrant after a few years, found me after searching all over the continent.

‘Why did you flee and run away?’

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New sketchy333
March 7, 2021
Status: c54
I'm gonna wait a while before I put a rating on my review since they're hard to change, but I really needed to write/post here because I have something to say.

The writing is so bland and pretentious. Like, I am rolling my eyes every other paragraph that extols how beautiful, amazing, clever, powerful, etc. Charlize is. Nothing is wrong with a powerful FL, I love it in fact, but reading it for the 100th time in the span of 10 chapters is just excessive. Charlize herself has a bland personality,... more>> too. It's alright in the beginning because she was recently resurrected from ~400 years as a magical sword. It makes sense that she has a poker face and doesn't take anything personally, but it drags after some time especially after the time skip. I can't sympathize or bring myself to care for a character who's out for revenge when she doesn't even really seem to want it. We see no display of anger, grief, frustration, or even schadenfreude from Charlize. We're just told, "Oh no, she definitely hates the empire even if she never shows it." And if we have doubt, we're just nonchalantly redirected to her tragic backstory. That's fine as it is, the tragic backstory, but that's not enough on its own to convince me that Charlize genuinely abhors the empire/imperial family.

There's a lot of telling instead of showing in this story. And a lot of this goes back to my previous statement, the writing is bland because it tells me that "wow Charlize is so amazing" and that's it. There's no appeal to emotions here. I simply don't care about her.


For instance, any positive opinion of Charlize disappeared up when she tries to ascertain if Dylan loves her or not, completely forgetting that she herself told Dylan that he can only either completely disregard her or become absolutely obsessed. She gave him a 0 or 100 choice, and now she can't believe that Dylan went for 100? What? Isn't she supposed to be smart? She's seen the whole gamut of human emotions in her centuries as a magic sword, yet she isn't convinced that Dylan could hold romantic feelings for her. I mean, it's different if Charlize was unsure if Dylan loves her as a mother-sister figure or as a romantic partner. But no, she just doesn't even register love as a possibility for Dylan's attitude toward her. The assumption doesn't follow the logic. Like, she's supposed to be a master manipulator or whatever, yeah? She knew how to take the first step to breaking Dylan's emotional barriers by approaching him through his dying mother. We, the readers, know Charlize is capable of taking advantage of human emotions. But now she can't even tell if her student has a crush on her? Really? You really want me to buy that?

Again, it's palatable during the first arc, pre-time skip. Charlize plans and takes slow but steady steps toward her plan for revenge. She approaches Dylan, breaks his walls down, and raises him for her own plans. There's the tiniest bit of an emotional buildup, a climax to Charlize finally completing her revenge (or at least the first part of it) against the imperial family. And then............................... nothing. No satisfying emotional outburst of relief, emptiness, or vindication. We don't even get to see Charlize lash out at Dylan, who hindered the final step of her plan. The climax fell so flat, it felt like I tripped on open air. It was simply unbelievable and defied common storytelling sensibilities.


This lack of emotional appeal is prevalent in the entire story thus far and it's been wearing me down. So if you're looking for emotionally satisfying plot, you should look elsewhere. I guess the only reason why I hesitate to give a proper rating is that I'm debating how mediocre I believe this novel to be. <<less
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New Privvnn
February 12, 2021
Status: c50
I definitely recommend this if your looking for a good read. The plot, story and art is so pretty. The FL is such a badass and I'm all here for that. Her backstory is so sad and I hope she gets the ending that she deserves.
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laexdream rated it
August 11, 2019
Status: c6
The premise was promising, but there were some issues that really bugged me. I wanted to like this story.....

What bothers me most is that the MC is a bit too Mary Sue? I mean, I'm all for OP characters, but I like my OPness explained and justified. Maybe it's the writing I have a problem with.

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Like, she applies to be the ML's tutor... but the process is glossed over in a few sentences, as if it isn't that hard to apply to be the Thirteenth Prince's teacher. Regardless of whether or not the ML is currently unwanted royalty, she is just a preteen herself. (She's like what, 15?) She'd more likely be a study companion than a tutor. It later says she has a reputation for being incompetent as well. How the heck did she get hired in the first place???

Plus, she gained control over the Archduke's house? When she's an unwanted child? What does it mean that "she had power over them despite the bad relationship with her family"? Can that not be glossed over, please? How did she just fire her maids when she had been bullied by them for so long? It may seem satisfying, but it's also quite... jarring when reading it. She leaves her house without her family knowing, and then it casually mentions that she's rich. From what?? Where did this money come from?

Can I get background info instead of the info dump telling me she's beautiful, beguiling, wealthy and powerful??? It also mentions she has charm, and can make people want her/like her... she spent 400 years as a sword, I'm not sure where this skill is coming from.

She also has infinite mana and can see fairies?

I'm not exactly getting her revenge plan... she wants revenge on the royal family.... but then uses a member of the royal family to do so? If you tame him and control him, how does that translate to ruining the royal family and kingdom?


Ugh, I'll keep an open mind, but these things are already making the reading experience lacklustre..... there seems to be way too many questions I have when reading this... maybe I have to turn off my brain for this one. Ugh. Props to the translator, and thank you for your hard work. <<less
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November 24, 2020
Status: --
Turn off your brain reading this. The FL is Mary Sue to the max and so is the ML. Not only is she OP as hell, the author writes out situations that are awfully convenient for the FL. This is more of a guilty pleasure type of novel rather than a riveting, plot twist packed, revenge story.

Her Mary Sue qualities

1. She's mysteriously beautiful with eyes blue like a galaxy

... more>> 2. She's a master swordsman

3. She's also part-fairy

And after she reincarnates,

4. She's becomes a god like level mana user.

5. She's also become very knowledgeable in every subject and aspect in life due to her experience.

Logical Inconsistencies/conveniences

I'm really just ranting in the below lol.


1. Despite being OP as hell (stunningly beautiful, a master swordsman, and a fairy descendent), she somehow gets coerced into enduring torturous treatment and becoming a literal object in order to spare the lives of her family who neglected her.

My issues with this premise is her motivation and the inconsistency with her character.

  • She's not the type of Saintess Mary Sue who could never hurt a fly or would faint over blood. It seems awfully selfless of her to sacrifice herself for her family who doesn't care about her. It's one thing to not want them to die, because they are family. And another thing to actually die for them. Or in this case, undergo cruel experiments and become a sword. If her family had cherished her, then I could understand her motivation more. But they didn't care of she died or lived and she still decided to save them.
  • There must be so many ways she could have avoided her fate. Considering her beauty, she could have seduced a foreign ambassador, seduced a prince and cause a coup, seduce the king and get him to change his mind. Or seduce the wizards. She's also a master and genius swordman. She could have also killed the king and massacred the wizards and cause a coup or buy enough time for her family to escape the country. Shes so much of a genius master swordsman that they wanted to turn her into a sword. But somehow not masterful enough to hold off soldiers and escape with her family. She's also part fairy. But she never used that to help her.

It just seems convenient for the author that the FL only utilizes her OPness after she was tortured and has a tragic backstory even though it could've been avoided. The author should have given her a more believable backstory or flesh it out more. Like maybe add that the wizards had cut off her arms so she couldn't fight or something.

2. The FL's rationale for becoming the ML's tutor

In chp 4, it is said that the ML who is the 13th prince, secretly controlled the kingdom and was a ruthless killer.

In chp 1, she said that she was a sword that was passed down from emperor to son for many generations. And she wanted revenge on them by using the 13th prince to "Destroy the Royal family"

  • This is a bit strange to me because the 13th prince is part of the Royal family. He is part of the family she wants to destroy. So the fact that he is the ML is quite a strange choice to me.
  • He also controlled the empire after his father turned the FL to a sword and died. Given his extreme intelligence, he must have known of her existence as a sword. Or should have been able to piece together what happened (considering his father massacred a group of wizards). Despite that, he allowed his brother's descendant to carry on the sword and use her. So either he condoned the use of a human being as a sword or he conveniently wasn't genius enough to piece together the events that happened in the castle.
  • The ML is a supposed genius. A noble woman master swordsman disappears even though she was supposed to serve the emperor. A magical sword appears. And then a bunch of wizards die. That's pretty sus. Perhaps not enough to conclude that the sword was the FL, but the castle has ears. Maids who served the wizards must have existed. Notes written down about the experiments should have also existed. Money was also paid, which is a paper trail. It's really hard to keep a ground breaking experiment that spans quite a bit of time, a secret.
  • If the ML secretly controlled the kingdom, he could take control and seize all powerful weapons. Why did he not get her?

3. How she became the ML's master.

The king allowed a woman who was only one year older than his son to become his teacher. Not only that, she is also a disliked daughter of the dukes family that is only known to be decent with a sword and nothing else. This is just really unrealistic to me.

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yujie.h rated it
January 26, 2021
Status: c30
All the critique in these reviews is valid.

    • Her personality is lacking. All we know is that she's clever, vengeful, and has some sense of empathy, but honestly not much. What is meant to be likeable.... her face? The author almost treats her face as a shield for her behaviour. Like I wonder if people would still be able to fawn over her if she was ugly.

    • She is effortlessly good at everything. You may be a genius in the sword but being a genius in literally everything is absurd, not to mention she only uses these talents for herself. There's no sense of hardwork, no known physical training drills; you simply have to make assumptions about how she spends her time.

      Even without her, the prince was destined to come to power, albeit in the shadows.

      Given her abilities she could just go outside and eradicate famine and disease if she wanted to. But she stays in the palace to tutor this one kid who doesn't actually need her assistance.

      I can't-
    • Truthfully, anyone can act innocent to gain approval, even animals. Her putting on a mask doesn't make her a 5000 IQ prodigy. By the convenience of knowing future events she doesn't have to plot much at all. We can only assume she's smart because the author says so
    • As mentioned in prior reviews; I don't know why one would only decide to take revenge after 400 years and have someone else do it for them?

      How is a child able to become a royal tutor (even so, you would need to consult her parents, especially in a historical albeit fantasy setting), why and how is only she able to see fairies, where did she get her education from as a neglected child (I'm going to politely assume that she self studied to seek approval) etc.

    • Another previously mentioned plot hole is that, given his intelligence, Dylan should have been aware of her mistreatment in her past life. Charlize is going as far as to take revenge on the entire kingdom for her mistreatment (by instating a tyrant). It doesn't make sense that she is not vengeful towards him too, when he is an actual bystander to her abuse.
    • Spoiler

      The brothers constantly wallowing in their regret is cringeworthy. I LOVE novels where offenders regret their behaviour but they truly..... go on & on & on about it. The brothers only exist to be sorry to her.

      I saw a comment I found to be pretty accurate: all the side characters exist to react to Charlize (a. tell her they're sorry b. think that she's pretty c. be eternally indebted to her)

Anyway thinking about it again, behaviourally she is a near sociopath. I suppose 400 years of ill treatment could do that to you, but it doesn't make for a likeable character.
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Jayen rated it
May 19, 2019
Status: c2
OMG!! I'm so happy that this is being translated. I've read the promotional manga. I'm really excited reading this.


I didn't expect that she really literally became a sword.


I was expecting it to be a chill rom com or something lol. But I wasn't dissapointed.
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ErryChu rated it
May 5, 2019
Status: c1
First chapter in and I'm already sad. I saw the promotional manga and became in love with it. I just never expected the first chapter to be this heavy.
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tasaa rated it
January 20, 2021
Status: c30
This had so much potential.
... more>>

The beginning, when they’re both kids is so bland. Charlize just spends the whole time being narcissistic and trying to seduce the male lead with her looks because she knows all too well that she’s pretty. The male lead goes for it and there isn’t much else as to why he falls in love with her and is so attached to her. She let his mother die a peaceful death but that’s probably one of the very few things that causes him to be in love with her.
It skips to adulthood pretty quickly and their time as adults is cute and sweet but, again, their childhood was so boring and pointless that there’s very little point for his obsession with her. He’s so adorable but there’s just so little back up to it arg.


Maybe it’s better to wait for the manhwa <<less
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Bravelylove rated it
January 17, 2021
Status: --
I’m surprised to see a lot of criticisms thrown at the novel and protagonist especially that are explained in the story. If you’re curious:

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1. She is turned into a literal sword. Why did she allow this? She was emotionally neglected her whole life and at times verbally abused. She thought she was doing something worthy of praise, and never really intended in her first life to use her skills at swordsmanship.

2. How did she become the prince’s tutor? She has all the qualifications on paper being from a nice noble household and being a knight, but this prince wasn’t supposed to become a good ruler. His mother isn’t beloved by the emperor anymore and he’s got over 10 older siblings. A teenager girl being his “tutor” only makes sense as they don’t really care about him getting a good education, they don’t expect her to be good. She knew this going in.

3. Why does she want to help that prince rule? She doesn’t want him to be a good ruler. Without him having a brother to puppet from the shadows he’d have to take responsibility for all he did, including ruthless blood spilling, political choices, all of his creations. She also wants him obsessive and to make mistakes, drive the empire to ruin as a ruthless tyrant, and then likely he killed himself. Hence the name of the novel. She doesn’t go into this expecting him to be a good ruler.

4. Why do people like her? She isn’t honest. She’s manipulative if I’m being honest. She “gets” people to like her when she wants to. She picks them apart to find what they want to hear and carefully sprinkles it in while acting innocent. People who are looking closely can tell she’s actually very cold and not as warm and lovable as others may think. She even originally planned to use a dying woman’s death to her own advantage, only to back out of it.

5. How did her family not find out she left? It wasn’t kept secret. She applied, filled out the paperwork, waited, and then had her room prepared for her to leave. Her family are just really awful, terrible people who don’t see her as a human. Her father sees her as a murderer, when it’s honestly not her fault her mother died. Women die in childbirth but it’s seen as “eating” their own mothers in this case as a common superstition, so he blames her. Her brothers follow his attitude basically. So they simply ignored everything she was doing if it wasn’t right in front of them. They didn’t lock her in a room or anything, they just wanted to pretend she wasn’t there. She didn’t slip out in the dead of night or anything, she just left, and they only realized after she really didn’t even pass them by in the halls.

6. The fairies. This one I will admit is a fair criticism as not enough is done with them but maybe later on they’ll be more prominent. Apparently you need at least some fairy blood to see fairies, and fairies eat energy. They help out a few times, and maybe it’s something related to her mother who seems kind of mysterious to me, but if you removed them and replaced them with her own magic it would be the same story

7. She’s pretty. Yeah that’s standard fair. So many female leads are stunningly pretty they have everyone falling all over them. It’s a trope so engrained into these kinds of novels even when it’s “subverted” there is usually some kind of ridiculously beautiful girl there they’re supposed to be the enemy of or side kick to. Pretty girls don’t bother me I suppose.

8. She’s op. This is also pretty standard for this kind of genre with time travel/reincarnation/transmigration. She is actually 400+ years old. She had seen the rise and fall of several emperors. She’s absorbed their magic, and the lives (?) of everyone she’s killed. Through them she also learned their techniques, saw their opinions, their political choices, and their weaknesses. It caused her an immense amount of trauma. I’ve seen worse justifications for having a lot of knowledge or strength.


All in all I’ve seen way worse. A lot of it is standard fair for the reincarnation genre. The intrigue for me isn’t if she’ll win the next battle but how all this will play out butterfly effect style, and what kinds of new information she might unravel. This isn’t a 5/5 stars for me, but it is interesting and enjoyable. Most of the flaws are minor annoyances for me that don’t stop me from wanting to know more, but it’s also really how you like the tone of the story. If you dislike that no amount of praise or explanation will make that better, so I recommend you read it and see for yourself. <<less
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Chenleong rated it
March 27, 2020
Status: c9
The story really mind blowing, I never expected such an event to occur in the chapter, however this manga is so recommended to read :)

P. S. Did anyone remember the pass? Bc I forgot it, pls help me ty
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vaexis rated it
June 16, 2019
Status: c3
A very heavy and deep opening to what I did not expect whatsoever. However, the writing and translation were very good in my opinion and its setting up for something very exciting.

The revenge concept itself isn't that original but the idea of 'literally being a sword' really intrigued me. It also serves to highlight her desire for revenge and we're given a clear goal in the story. The fact that she's had to experience being treated as a torture tool for her own family and loved ones makes you really think about what she had to go through.

The description makes it sound like it goes offtrack though.

I'm looking forward to future chapters.
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Manhwa fan rated it
July 27, 2020
Status: c9
I really like this series I hope we get a fully translated chapters. I really like Dylan and Charlize Ronan. I hope we get all the chapters translated so we can read all 152 chapters that are completed. Dylan so far is very interested to Charlize that he wants to know more about her history but he keeps it hidden.

I feel very sad about Charlize's past that she was turned into a sword because she has a high amount of power. Then she got reincarnated again in the past. I... more>> know she is in a revenge path because of what the Imperial Family did to her. She got turned into a metal and hammered her body and put in a furnace. She will use and tame Dylan the 13th Prince to get her revenge. Who is known to be a tyrant and a political manipulator. So the whole Empire will fall apart. All she has to do is help Dylan become emperor by making herself master to the Prince and help him fight for the throne.

I really want to know what happens next I am dying to know what is happening I know Dylan will get attracted to Charlize and want to marry her in the future chapters but now currently they are still both young. <<less
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Skite rated it
January 18, 2021
Status: --
Definitely worth reading, but others are correct that you'll need to take an extra dose of suspension of belief in order to stay immersed.

The biggest and most glaring plot hole is her entire revenge plan, which is bad since it's, you know, the entire plot.

She is a 400+ year old, nigh indestructible, god level swordsman and magic user, with beyond genius mental capabilities, and gorgeous good looks combined with an indescribable aura which makes people want to take her seriously, who hates the Empire and the Emperor and wants both... more>> destroyed completely.

Rather than.... going ahead and doing this on her own in a few months, she decides to take years and years to train up a handsome prince she likes to do it for her (like, why??)

If the prince were a Joffrey-esque, brutal moron, this would make sense. It would be super embarrassing for the Emperor to see his hard work ruined by an idiot son.

But no, she picks the once-in-a-millennia genius renaissance man and then actually teaches him to be a brilliant leader, if a somewhat selfish one. Way to get revenge, there. Ensuring the evil Emperor's legacy by having his own son inherit and be known as the most powerful emperor of all time.

But, we want a reason for our MC to be in a teacher position over the ML so he can worship her with obsessive awe (he literally washes her feet for her), so we're ok (ish) with holding our heads under the water, trying to believe this, though occasionally we'll surface for air and think "this is s*upid" before plunging back under for more.

Other things that will make you rant:


Her big hang up was that she was innocent and forced to do horrible things as a tool for someone with power over her. She is now taking the ML, while he's still innocent, and doing the exact same thing to him as she molds him into her weapon for revenge.

The Emperor was her constant, close companion while she was a sword. She went everywhere with him, and he was literally the only person who could hear her, as her owner. They were together for decades. Yet, she never uses the intimate knowledge she has of him to destroy him, or even targets him. She is perfectly fine aiming the ML at him and letting ML have all the fun. Like, really? You don't even want to torture him a bit? He turned you into an inanimate object via an extraordinarily painful process and then used you for his own glory, but, nothing?

She never does anything to stop the whole turning-humans-into-swords thing. They killed a ton of people before finding her, including kidnapping nobles and orphans, and supposedly even more would die since she never stepped in as the success story. But there is zero revenge on the crazy mages running human experiments, or attempting to rescue or prevent the victims from dying. Nor do the mages or Emperor go after her (Which is never explained why. She's still a neglected sword genius with fairy blood, and this time around, she's out of the house, making her even handier) Nor do they try to go after her brothers, who are also sword geniuses with fairy blood.

With her extreme level of neglect, she never had an education of any kind. I would be shocked and impressed she knew how to read. Somehow, without having a single teacher, ever, she managed to become on-par with her decade older, sword genius older brother, the intelligent heir who received the best education, as a neglected preteen girl. Like, what? This is before the entire being turned into a magic sword thing. She did this as a regular, human girl. She also managed to become a tactical genius who's amazing at reading people while living as an unmoving hunk of metal left in a scabbard all day.

She is a beautiful teenage girl who dresses like a five year old's vision of a fairy princess everyday. Sure, she's got that aura, but she rarely goes in public for people to encounter it, doesn't train with the knights, and she's only ever been in one public duel. Yet, people don't gossip that she's the prince's mistress/plaything instead of tutor. Nor do they try to oust her from her position once her charge becomes Crown Prince, thinking she's a fluffy idiot. They ALL decide she's this venerable "grandmaster" and fall all over themselves to respect her. It's weird. There is zero concern she holds too much influence over the Crown Prince, though he is obviously and subserviently obsessed with her.

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Zeninth125 rated it
November 23, 2020
Status: c23
Imagine a sword that become a human.

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It didn't know that it was a sword, only that it is a human. It cherish its identity, it hide its talent to wield a sword as naturally as its own self, it sacrifices itself for its human family. Yet, its effort is trampled and ignored.

In the future, the it was called by the emperor to serve as its sword. Delighted, it seeks to serve as a knight of the emperor. But the emperor literally meant for it to serve as its sword. Thus, its human flesh is tortured, mind damaged and soul fractured. The emperor ordered them all and made the flesh turned to metal to a sword.

Used again and again, with its mind intact, it seeks release from its prison, to return to its human form. It pray and pray for hundred of years, holding vengeance for the emperor and the empire that he leads.


And then, here we are.

P.S.- I'm a huge fan of Nasuverse. That's why the MC of this story resonates a lot with me. This is definitely a bias comment, but if your read this story and sympathise with MC's character, I did my job perfectly. <<less
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geekychick72 rated it
April 18, 2020
Status: c9
I love this novel, the start is a bit heavy. But both the translation and writing is amazing!!


does anyone have the pass? I has it in my notes, but I accidentally deleted it : (. Can someone please help me out? Please?
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January 17, 2021
Status: --
So this is the mix Death is the only Ending for Villain and the lady want to rest. This is fell so stuffy - especially the manhwa. Too many forcing plot - and the plot cannot mix well. As the characters is just like that. Without further development and so on.
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bloodywonderful rated it
September 24, 2020
Status: --
The novel is good, it's not one of the best I've read... but I don't dislike it. The translation is also good and easy to understand. The female lead doesn't seem like a fool, but I think she's also... Mary Sue? I mean, I know it's strong but... isn't it a lot? I prefer more complicated characters and who are more... um, I don't know how to explain it, well, at least the plot is not so bad.
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Gigz rated it
August 10, 2019
Status: v9
Di molto! How beautiful, how exquisite! This novel brings upon indescribable feelings within me. It has even made me act elegant!

Never mind that. This story, it feels like a bottomless pit. Char's story is so indescribably unique, heinous, unfathomable. Her return to the past along with her new limitless power may seem cliche, but it feels so well done and top of the line. It just is so perfect. I really, really can't wait for more.

By the way, Pocky's site seems to have the best damn novels. The site seems... more>> to have a good impact on how I'm reading these. It's really good <<less
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