Could workaholic office lady Sei be a legendary Saint? Not according to the crown prince of another world who summoned her and quickly declared a different girl was the real Saint! That suits Sei just fine--she would much rather spend her days quietly helping people with her unbelievably powerful magic. But how long can Sei live her ideal life of leisure before her true nature is revealed?
I have been eyeing this book for awhile and was quite skeptical if this would be good but I am so happy that I decided to take a chance and read it. This has been instantly added to my collection to follow and I will continue to support the author pre-ordering all the volumes as they are available. After just reading a small portion of this, I had to go and watch the anime and I am just elated with the storyline and the progression of the characters. I highly recommend this book and anime. I will be moving on to Volume 2 anxiously what the author has in store for me. Thank you Yuka Tachibana and Seven Seas Entertainment.
I like that it had systematic development. You could see her grow, and see the challenges she faced. I liked that it was concrete, less nebulous.
One opportunity that I see going forward here is based on a book called “the lady tasting tea“, which gives the backstory of the entire science of statistics which is very heavily engaged in agriculture. I would love to see some elementary design of experiments showing up here. I think it would be a fantastic forum to introduce the younger readers to that, and statistical design of experiments is responsible for no less than the top 20 major breakthroughs of the 20th century.