Got this in the Racial Justice bundle and the very Light Novel-y title jumped out at me. First, the content warning is for real and should be taken seriously, but at the same time I don't think it should be something to stop you from reading unless it's a particular trigger / difficulty.
The story itself surprised me in just how visceral and moving it was. The descriptions are tactile which matches the lovely art. It focuses on mental health and gender in an interesting way that I think is a bit subtle if you were trying to introduce someone to these topics, but if you feel like you already understand this pretty well I'd definitely give this a shot.
The one thing that I am a bit conflicted on is that a lot of the changes and growth are essentially forced on the protagonist. This is addressed later, so I think the author knows this, but I'm just not sure if it was addressed enough? The lack of informed consent is a bit frustrating, and even though I think the novel recognizes this it feels like things resolved pretty nicely for the protagonist so the message might be a bit skewed.
Despite the few questions I have regarding that, I think it's still an interesting read and one to give a shot!