I'd been dubious about A Very Fairy Apartment, but a couple of days ago I said to myself, I said, "Hey. It's free just now."
What a lie that was.
It's only "free" if you don't go out afterwards and purchase the whole series...
I think my dubiosity was a result of being a major fan of Rokujouma, and somehow having a block on the idea that there could be other Worthy Works with a bunch of goofballs invading someone's apartment.
Whatever my concern had been, it was totally bogus.
A Very Fairy Apartment is very silly, and very well done.
@lily-garden No worries! I love being able to share it too, especially since it may not be published.
Anyway, on my nth read of this I just realized that the timeline between Paul pov and Simeon pov are a bit wonky. After the city chase, it's 2 days until Paul meet Marielle again, then after that Paul went to get Milene's approval to publish, and do a whole lot of things until the book is ready to sell. It probably would take weeks. I don't believe it took that long for Poisson to meet Simeon again and laugh at him about the "mission", lol.
Love what a good kid Marielle is. This prequel is reinforcing that her self-deprecation isn't how people would see her objectively though. From the pov of a commoner, she still counts as rich and privileged. And her grandfather being the chancellor in a university where Simeon's father probably works at means her social connection to the Flauberts is not as distant as she thought.