The Frog Prince and the Witch


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He lost everything.

No name, no body, no voice.

Finally he received his redemption.

But he was still unsatisfied, because of his greed….he still wanted more!

It doesn’t matter if he’s treated as a madman.

He’s got nothing to lose anyways.

She was the only one he had left.

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09/15/19 Novice Translations c29
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New Scribblezo8 rated it
September 14, 2019
Status: c20
Found this by accident, was looking at this translation site for other works. I'm glad I read it out of boredom, it is very short and has a nice story line. The translations are good too, not machined translated.

I wish the rest of the series was translated, it only has 9 chapters left.

This is also missing a tag, the villian is an extreme yanderes which is the main mechanism behind the story.
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Tachi Works
Tachi Works rated it
April 14, 2018
Status: c7
Interesting novel based lightly on the frog prince classic. I say lightly bc it's an entirely different story so you don't need to worry about reading a plot that has been done.

Male lead's point of view, and good character development, realistic reactions and feelings of the characters.

its a chinese novel too so it feels infinitely different to Japanese takes on "princes and dukes daughters" etc.
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The Lazy Slug
The Lazy Slug rated it
April 15, 2018
Status: Completed
The chapters are short, easy to read and the story is similar to that of Princess and the Frog with a heavier tone...

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It's a story of a Prince who got turned to a frog because of a madwoman. The woman was in love with the Prince, kidnapped him, tortured and locked him up so she can have him all to herself. Though nothing too detailed, but there are hints of (as mentioned) torture and rape. This woman disgusts me to no end.

Anyway, there was a chance came and the Prince escaped. Unfortunately, he was caught by the madwoman and she cursed him into a frog... a frog that no one wants. Of course, except for MC... who happens to also be a witch, but the good kind of witch who has a soft spot for animals and helps them.

The conflict with the evil witch gets resolved early on, around Ch. 18. And the remaining chapters involved developing the romance as well as the other conflict with how to report the situation to the King. Ofc, the Imperial Palace had been worried sick with the Prince's conditions, even put up posters in search of frogs (suffice to say, the Imperial Palace already knew what happened). However, after the Prince became human again... he doesn't want to go back to the Palace and just want to stay with the MC.

There were some inconsistencies with the time, but ofc it might just be me and my faulty reading so I didn't put much thought to it.


Besides the dark undertones and the shitty evil witch that makes my blood boil, the progress was good. It was better than expected and, given the situation, appropriate, believable and not at all rushed. And I really appreciate it that the Prince didn't go mental from all that torture. My heart ached for him.


For some reason, Prince Ian calling the MC 'owner' afterwards didn't sit well with me. Idk if it's just me but I really don't like it with the master-servant addressing, even if it's just a way of addressing. Here we have a man who was broken, a Prince tortured and changed. I can't bear imagine the trauma. But ofc, it gets better.


If I could, I'd go in the story and kill that evil witch myself. I really appreciate the MC. The 'healing' somehow reminded me of Second Master, for some reason. It was good and beautiful.

Anyway, despite the dark tone at the start, I still consider this a relatively light read in a sense that there are no heavy dramas, doesn't dabble with unnecessary theatrics, with the added typical fairytale fantasy flare. lol I appreciated some changes from the original tale here and there. I was surprised this was originally CNN, given that the ambience feels more like a JPN to me. It's also an HE, not too grand, just right but I still find beautiful. And the translation was good too! Hence, to this, a full 5.0 rate! :D <<less
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Aurora123 rated it
April 14, 2018
Status: c7
This is a nice novel that draws people to it and the translater is really good at this. I really like it because it is not the same plot as what you think it is and thats what makes it more and more interesting
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