This was sweet and cute and made me want to cry but in the good way! It also made me smile so big. There’s no explicit talk of gender, just that the prince likes to wear dresses and sometimes feels like himself as the prince and sometimes as Lady Crystallia, but it definitely gave me the gender feels, especially when he was so happy and confident ❤️❤️❤️
The art was eye-catching and colorful and unique and lovely. I especially enjoyed seeing all the dresses!
I normally don’t read non-SFF books, but this was just so gosh darn cute I didn’t even notice it technically wasn’t fantasy until I finished. (Which is why I wasn’t going to review it on my blog—I review SFF books—but sometimes books with historical settings are a slightly altered version of the world, which feels like fantasy, you know?)
I’m not sure if this is more YA or MG, but I think it’s suitable for all ages.
Overall, a lovely, adorable story about figuring out and being comfortable with who you are and finding people who love you for it!
Anyone who likes graphic novels, adorable and sweet stories, gender euphoria, beautiful dresses, and characters finding happiness as their true selves.