The Day I Disappeared


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Although it’s merely another political marriage in an aristocratic society, I was happy to be married with someone whom I loved sincerely.

..Even if he didn’t love me.

Associated Names
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Watashi ga kieta hi
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The Day I Found Her (Sequel)
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Latest Release

Date Group Release
08/10/18 American Faux part3
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08/01/18 American Faux part1
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sharl rated it
August 11, 2018
Status: part3
Take note that the tragedy tag is well deserved. This is a story that well embodied how regrets always came too late...

Although apparently there's a sequel, and I can't wait to read that as I hope it will bring a better closure than this one.... actually, I wish I had waited to read this until the sequel is released/completed, because reading this story alone left such a melancholic feel that's difficult to shake off.

Also, my feeling with regards to the husband's regret: serves you right you ungrateful a******.
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macy2 rated it
August 14, 2018
Status: Completed
A quick short read about a bittersweet relationship that is guaranteed to leave a pang of pity for the MC. It's truly a meloncholic ending. I would highly reccomand to give it a go if you've got a bit of time to spare; even if it's not your typical genre to read. Looking forward to the sequel.
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OfficePony rated it
October 21, 2018
Status: part3
The Feels. The Disgust. The Anger. Just... the Feels.

Gonna have to read the raws to get any kind of closure after reading the two chapters that have been translated for the continuation of this story.

https://www. novelupdates. com/series/the-day-i-found-her/
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chanchan111 rated it
March 17, 2021
Status: Completed
I'm not really a fan of tragedy-type novels but this one hits different and I'm glad I read it and finished it. It really makes you feel those emotions that the author wanted you to feel and I think that's a sign of a well-written masterpiece. It's unlike any normal novel it started off as if it would be about romance but it ended up into a story of self-love and reflection and I liked that very much for both of them. Anyways it's a good short story that's very... more>> impactful and I have learned personal lessons while and after reading it. Please give it a try. :) p.s: my first every review and it's on a tragedy tag (never expected that) 😳. <<less
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Bookworm_Sueweetie rated it
May 27, 2020
Status: Completed
This is only a very short novel but the MC's suffering, pain and heartache really tugged the reader's heart. (*Sigh*)
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shimatsukki rated it
April 25, 2020
Status: Completed
It's the first in the series and it really sets up the entire storyline! The translator did an excellent job conveying the emotions at the climax; I empathized with the heroine to the point where I got teary-eyed! The ending (of the series) is sufficient. I don't particularly like it but the conclusion is much better than most other series.
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YoriMei rated it
February 12, 2020
Status: part3
Short but good, first in the series and sets the tone! MC has an unrequited (?) love and is mistreated by her husband. When things turns south for him though, the angst that comes forth is delicious. I also really enjoy the fact that MC’s family truly loves her a lot.
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BobChan rated it
January 9, 2020
Status: interlude part 2
The first chapter is alright (mostly due to the angst but it wasn’t all that sad) but the ones included after becomes repetitive and boring, extending the story unnecessarily.

I would recommend reading only the MC, Anne Marie’s part of the story. Gilbert’s, the Prime Minister’s, Maria’s (the Queen) POV, and anything other than that (Dion, the King as well) are rather redundant—only retelling a bit from what happened previously in their perspective. If that’s your kind of thing, go for it.

... more>>

“The Queen’s and the Duchess’ Interlude” is a little different but the writing is... boring so to speak and often highlights things already spoken or known.


Rating: (Quite fair as I read the other interludes after.) 2.5

It was more frustrating to read and nothing really rewarding gained from it. Would reread again if I’m bored and have way too much time on my hands. <<less
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evanesco99211 rated it
September 5, 2020
Status: part3
At first, I hate the story because I hate how weak the MC is. Of course the ML is an as*hole but the fault lies pretty much equally on them both although I personally hate the MC more than the ML. But then I found out the sequel. Read them both as a whole, the story is actually pretty amazing. A bittersweet journey for both of them to find themselves and be a better person.
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Akemilly rated it
January 12, 2020
Status: Completed
That was awesome!

It was tragic and, oh... how it gave me the feels. It really made me cry!

And that's why I appreciate it. Because it's not so easy to make people feel touched to this point.

This is diamond and I really recommend it, even if you don't like this kind of story very much. It's also a short read so, give it a try!
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