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review 2014-01-30 03:15
Ouran High School Host Club by Bisco Hatori
Ouran High School Host Club, Vol. 6 - Bisco Hatori

I had a little trouble getting into this one. Though this series has been pretty silly so far, the last few volumes have touched on more serious topics. This one continues in that fashion with a look at family relationships, particularly those of Tamaki. So far, we’ve had an image of Tamaki that makes him seem as though he has no troubles. Now, we find out he has plenty of his own problems.


We saw a new side of Tamaki. For the first time Haruhi is able to appreciate who Tamaki is. He may be a little vain, but he deals with his problems with a smile on his face and a good attitude. It’s definitely his greatest quality. I’m excited to learn more about him.

I appreciated the few laugh-out-loud moments. After all, I began reading manga because I thought it was adorable and funny. I’ll admit, I do like dramas sometimes (example: Sand Chronicles), but nothing can compete with fun, light-hearted manga like this. It’s just more fun to read.


The last episode in this volume was a sweet, but rather silly, look into the VP’s office. Of course, Tamaki only listens to half of what the VP said and Host Club craziness ensues. Really? What did these boys do without Haruhi around?

Source: www.owltellyouaboutit.com/posts/ouran-high-school-host-club-volume-6
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review 2013-07-04 00:00
Babe in Boyland - Jody Gehrman

This will be a short review, because I am quite tired, but I want to atleast give my feelings on the book.

This book was really cute. Our main lead girl finds out she knows nothing about boys, that she was always siding with the girls when she replied to letters.
She tries various ways to get information out of boys, only to fail. Then she decides to go undercover in an male boarding school. Ofcourse this requires her to act and to become a guy.

I loved how she acted while she was pretending to be a guy. And how hard she failed at the beginning. Squealing when you see someone naked or when you see them pee, is guaranteed to give you away, but luckily everyone just saw her/him as a social akward guy.

Then we get Emilio. Ah Emilio, he was absolutely swoon worthy. He was cute, funny and sweet. And I loved the descriptions of his godly body. <3

And Josh, well, I didn't like him, he was just a player and a mean boy, only caring about sex.

Also, I applaud the author for the creative use of Shit. Instead of shit we get Scheisse, and every time our girl said that I was laughing, it sounded so silly.

This book was wonderful, cute and I just love books about genderbending. :)

Recommended to everyone who likes: Swoon worthy guys, genderbending, boarding schools and comedy.

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