On the surface this looks like your normal teenage slice-of-life story, but it actually has a fantasy element mixed in. Nola finds herself mixed up with these two as-of-yet unidentified beings when her reality is already rough enough:, her parents are divorced, her mom always at work, her friend is two grades ahead of her, she essentially feels alone. Already in volume one, Nola shows great potential for growth. As a whole this is a lighthearted story full of lessons, as for the humour, it is mostly visual. The style is bright and colourful, and suits all the different story elements very well; it is a graphic novel with manga inspired attributes.