Common Sense of a Duke’s Daughter
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Title: Koushaku Reijou no Tashinami
Volumes: 5 + 1 (Completed + Prequel ongoing)
I was reincarnated as the villain character of an otome game, the daughter of a Duke. However, when I regained my memory, I had already reached my “ending.”
My engagement had been canceled and if things go according to its “course,” it was set that I will be imprisoned by the church.
Where is my bright future?
My thoughts: I like the slow building romance and how Iris tries her best to give her people the best possible life.
That's because she gets to rule over a fief after she drops out of school (right after she "Wakes up" in her new body). She regains the Memories of her past life but keeps the memories of Iris too - which doesn't happen often in LN's. Also, there is no "cheat". The only thing she has is her knowledge.
I would love to see this official translated!
FYI, Seven Seas picked up the manga, volume 1 will be released this August.
Definitely support this title, it has a great story, similar to Realist Hero but more grounded in reality. I'm more surprised it hasn't gotten picked up already, but I guess it's Kadokawa so the ball's in YP's court D:
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@myskaros Ah thanks for the info. I will definively pick up the manga! It is a really great one. (I'm so glad the english ones get to Germany too x'D)
Even though, I'll hope it gets picked up soon :)
I've heard a lot of good things about this on Reddit and I'd love another light novel series with a strong female protagonist.
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I've been reading the manga adaptation and it's pretty interesting.
I been reading this novel too, I like otome-games novels, normally the protagonist has her head filled with flowers but in this one she is smart, managing her territory (father's), and involving herself in politics.
I think it would be good to include this some other otome-games title since is a genre not currently covered here and this one been picked up.
Reading the (not exactly stellar) fan-translations for this a while back was one of the things that led me on to Realist Hero and despite the shoujo trappings, I'd recommend this to any fans of that series. I love the combination of a rising-from-the-ashes scenario, a female MC and lots of court and political intrigue. I really like that although the main character is a high ranking noble, she has to utilise soft power to achieve her means as unlike the MC for Realist Hero, she is not in a position to make far-reaching decisions and has to make do with her own territory and what influence she can wield on others.