Overall, I really enjoyed this earlier work from the author of [b:Yona of the Dawn, Vol. 1|27406734|Yona of the Dawn, Vol. 1|Mizuho Kusanagi|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1469276222s/27406734.jpg|13363389], which is one of my current favorite manga series. This work is more of a romantic comedy at first, but later on it becomes more serious. The main character is Keidai, a teenage boy who has the memories of his past life as Sirix, a warrior of Pompeii. The only problem is that no one else seems to remember their past lives. His male best friend from Pompeii is now his female best friend, Mii, and his beloved wife from Pompeii, Serena, is now the boy next door, Yuuma. Romantic comedy hijinx ensue as Keidai tries to sort out his own vs. Sirix's feelings. It's kind of a silly concept, but I still got attached to the characters and loved how the author fleshed out the story of the characters in both the past and present.