With the blessings of his people, Souma has concluded his coronation and wedding ceremony. Now his little sister, Tomoe, is heading to her first day of school at the Royal Academy. As she takes her initial step through the gates, she’s greeted with...
“Oh! Hey! Isn’t that Lady Tomoe over there?!”
“Despite being a refugee, she was adopted by the former royal couple because of her gift...”
“That means she’s incredibly talented, right?”
Ever since Souma’s “if you have a gift” speech, the academy has turned from classism to meritocracy, and Tomoe, whose gift has been recognized by Souma himself, is drawing a lot of attention...?!
Here comes Volume 11 of the revolutionary, administrative, fantasy series!
Breaking the Fourth Wall
Normally, Souhma is good at sticking to the stories narrative, but there is one scene where he breaks the fourth wall (a writers term meaning for a fictional character to interact with the reader or the readers world). Try to see if you can find it