A bit of a slow burn
I'm nowhere near done reading as I'm writing this review. It helps that it's still being updated (at least at the moment) It may just be me, but there did seem to be a few issues that made it hard to follow, and the plot was just a bit slow towards the beginning (that isn't a huge problem; slow plots can be nice every once in awhile) For instance, there are a few places where descriptions are vague to nonexistent, and there are some conversations that are hard to follow. Though even on saying that, the plot holds my interest enough that I actually don't mind the issues.
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There are also some occasional instances where the plot goes off on some side tangents that are hard to tell if it's going to be important or not. I'll probably still read through it all. As I said, the plot does hold my interest.
I'd suggest reading it if you like the Studio Ghibli movie Howl's Moving Castle (the beginning at least has a very similar feel) or supernatural romance in general (though up to the point I'm at there isn't that much romance, but what is there is adorable)