Won't you share a scribble-covered dream with me? Intent on being an independent young woman, high schooler Himeyuka lives on her own in an unremarkable apartment complex in a corner of the city. But one day, she discovers her ordinary building has turned into something extraordinary! Her beloved "castle" is covered in childish scribbles-both inside and out! And waiting foWon't you share a scribble-covered dream with me? Intent on being an independent young woman, high schooler Himeyuka lives on her own in an unremarkable apartment complex in a corner of the city. But one day, she discovers her ordinary building has turned into something extraordinary! Her beloved "castle" is covered in childish scribbles-both inside and out! And waiting for her at the end of this rainbow-colored mess...is the perpetrator of the crime-a little boy named Rozione, who seems to know quite a bit about Himeyuka, though she has no idea who he is. Is he really just someone's lost child, or is there a greater mystery behind his appearance? In this collection, Sumomo Yumeka presents four charming, melancholy vignettes that explore the trickling of time and the machinations of the heart....
|Title||:||Himeyuka & Rozione's Story|
|Number of Pages||:||192 Pages|
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Himeyuka & Rozione's Story Reviews
Typically I don't like oneshot collections but I'm a sucker for anything by Yumeka-sensei so that's why I picked this title up. As far as oneshot collections go, it's not too different but the artwork is gorgeous and the emotions portrayed are done really well. Also, each story was completely different from the last so there were a wide variety of plot lines which I found to be a good thing.Rating: PGArtwork: AOriginality: BPlotline: B
I totally love Yumeka's artwork, but sometimes her characters look exactly the same in this collection. The first three stories are very nice and lovely, but the last one called 'Robot' is a total mess and I almost didn't even bother to finish it.
~3-3.5/5I picked up this little one-shot volume by chance, thinking it looked cute. And it was; cute, a little thoughtful.The first story is about a girl wanting to move on from her past childhood, wanting to grow up, only for a childhood toy of hers to haunt her, trying to show her love. I thought this story was very cute and warmhearted. Her toy was a sweetheart, and the ending left me very happy.The second story is about an arranged marriage between yakuza families, with the girl already in love. This story was predictable, but I still thought it was pretty cute. There was some time taken to show the girl’s feelings for the guy, and I liked that.The third story was about a witch needing a human’s tears to increase her power. This story, I think, was a little underdeveloped, as I had hard time really growing close to the characters, and the ending could have been more. But it was still a cute story.The last story was about a robot world and the people who own them, and people who reincarnate as themselves over and over again. It was kind of an odd story, and I don’t think the world or the ideas presented were very clear, or maybe there just wasn’t enough time to fully develop them. The whole idea left me a little confused, unsure how it really worked. It had potential, and it wasn’t a bad story, but it just wasn’t very clear.This was a pretty good collection of stories; I enjoyed most of them. The art was very pretty. I’m glad I picked it up.[Read more at my blog, Geeky Reading!]
Reviewing forNo Flying, No Tights
Almost got 4 stars but the last story really confused. I'll have to reread some time I think.