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Upside Down
Upside Down
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Have you ever had something happen to you that made you think, ‘it’s the end of the world?’
What if something really did happen that ends your world as you know it?
How would you deal with it?
Would you give up?
Do the best you could to live with the new circumstances?
What if it wasn’t the world, but you that changed?
What do you do when your world is turned upside down?

After inadvertently drinking out of a flask which contained nanites his parents developed before their death, Sora Ito wakes up almost a month later as a girl. Not just a girl, but a fertile girl in a world where less than 20% of them are fertile.

What is a boy (girl), who is Androphobic, Enochlophobia, shy and withdrawn, supposed to do when governments and corporations will do anything to solve the world's population problem?

This has a GB tag, but only at first. It’s not about him fighting to hold on to who he was, you’ll later find out why. So, if you expect the standard GB template story, you’ll be sadly disappointed.
Actually, this is a slow-paced novel more about the character interactions around Sora. Sort of a multi-genre SOL. It’s slow, then picks up and slows down again repeatedly. She goes through several personality changes over the course of time. So hang in there folks. My Patreons love this. Not all tags are relevant until much later.

DramaGender BenderMaturePsychologicalRomanceSchool LifeSci-fiSlice of Life
Appearance Changes Beautiful Female Lead Bisexual Protagonist Childhood Friends Female Protagonist Genetic Modifications Genius Protagonist Male to Female Multiple POV Personality Changes R-18 Siblings Not Related by Blood Sister Complex Tragic Past Weak to Strong
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Upside Down – Ad Hominem (Shared Universe)
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    Status: c26

    Been a bit since I've bothered writing a review so I might be a bit rusty. 

    This is an interesting story. It's not awful, But I don't think it's great. I found a fair amount of issues with it. But in the end, I did find enjoyment out of it.

    Things such as being overly drama oriented and some nonsensical revelations, story-arcs, and in my opinion some bad world building. Just so I'm not going into much of spoilers, I'll keep it to one or two examples. 

    One of the things that are rarely ever mentioned and I, for the most part, didn't even realize it till I was well into the story was that this takes place in the future. The story nonchalantly reveals that there is an infertile epidemic happening. I guess this wouldn't be a bad plot line. But the issue is that it's rarely address tell much later onto the story. With again it being nonchalantly revealed that the government enforces marriage or baby making for fertile women at the age of 21. Not only is this absurd but it's made even funnier for me when it's also revealed that it can be a death penalty for anyone that harms fertile females. I that might be something interesting except it seems more something that would fit in dystopian societies.  I could go on more about my dislike for this part but I won't.

    The second part features more spoiler heavy stuff. 


    Near chapter 20 or so we get this story arch of the MC seeing a shrink. The issue is that the first day the MC visits. All of the problems are solved by some questionable tactics that I really can't see ever being approved without a system in place for a higher authority to green light it. The MC is pretty much put into a trance and is told to associate all the bad memories with the male self and all the good stuff with their new female persona. The male memories of the MC will now feel like someone else's memory to the MC. This is kind of horrifying as now the MC only has good memories about the female self with any bad stuff being blocked off. This can not end well in any way. 

    What is probably the worst part about this is that the MC is never told (In fact no one is) That the therapist will tell the MC to forget all about their male self. The MC is now believing they've always been a female. That's such an awful thing to do to someone without their consent or even in general. I am assuming this won't last but it still stands as being highly questionable. 


    I was also partially disappointed with the overall structure. This story focuses way too much on the MC's drama. I think it may have been good if it was better spaced with the MC daily life. Such as the MC returning to school. What's even weirder is that near chapter 20 it's revealed the MC is actually 13. I was under the impression the MC was more like 16-18. The way the MC acts and the fact that the MC has such a developed body at that age is a little weird.

    I don't think the story is all bad and shouldn't just be shoved aside. I think if the description of the story sounds interesting to you then you should check it out. This is just my opinion. Hell, The grammar in this is good and that's not something you can say for a lot of other stories.

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    Status: c89

    It's a bit disappointing, I think I'll find a nice girl love story. Yes, I found it. And yes, that is very nice.

    but when the story continues, I find that the main character falls in love with another man. Quite disappointing.

    especially in chapter 89, you have to be careful there.


    I agree with what SovietWeeb said, and I won't talk too much. This story is quite interesting, and I like it enough.

    Oh, that bothers me how the main character wants too much s*x. Damn, MC is only a 13 year old kid !!

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    Status: chapter 149: winter vacation (part 1)

    Phenomenal series with unique twist on the gender bender genre. 

    Very powerful heart wrenching emotions transition to a nice and fun to read slice of life that keeps you waiting for more.

    Can not wait until next chapter is released. 

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    Status: chapter 88: the dance (part 3)

    This is my first review ever, so it’s probably going to suck.

    The premise is good, my main issue is that there seems to be to much focus on appearances, with a good portion of the story spot on what the characters wear and how good the look in them. All the characters are supposedly beautiful, which may just be the lens that the MC is seeing them through, and this in my opinion makes beauty less important if all of them are. 

     The MC also does not have enough interactions with other characters that are not apart of her family, which I believe could help with world feel more alive.

    One last thing, when there are multiple POVs, it sometimes feels like a copy paste of what the MC thought, in some cases it appears that some sentences were just copied, and I’m not talking about spoken dialogue.

    Final thoughts, it’s fairly good, but the author just needs to take some time to flesh out the world and it’s current state, with some more in depth explanations of some of the plot points.

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    Status: chapter 15: fallout (part 2)

    Sometimes it feels like watching a drama show

    but the plot just gets more and more ridiculous

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    Status: chapter 64: normal day?

    Maybe not the thing for more neache communities that the tags usually imply. This is more so trans-fantasy than straight Yuri. Stick with it and you get a fairly good slice-of-life novel set in neo-future japan.

    Do feel like this could use a change in tags though. Add Smut, replace Yuri with Yuri Subplot being the main ones.

    On a side note: If you're personally unhappy with not every GB novel being Yuri, then stop thinking the GB tag is the yuri tag.

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