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Love Hina: The Novel, Vol. 1 epub

by Kurou Hazuki,Ken Akamatsu


Love Hina: The Novel, Vol. 1 epub

ISBN: 1598164457

ISBN13: 978-1598164459

Author: Kurou Hazuki,Ken Akamatsu

Category: Comics and Graphics

Subcategory: Manga

Language: English

Publisher: TokyoPop (April 11, 2006)

Pages: 264 pages

ePUB book: 1996 kb

FB2 book: 1546 kb

Rating: 4.5

Votes: 343

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Book 1 of 2 in the Love Hina: The Novel Series. Note: It was written by the Scriptwritter for the animated series, Kurou Hazuki, with help by Ken Akamatsu. 8 people found this helpful.

Book 1 of 2 in the Love Hina: The Novel Series.

Unlike the first, enjoyable Love Hina novel with Hazuki Kurou, this second book with Kawasaki Hiroyuki is weak and contrived, fraught with poor, biased narrative, weak and overly liberal characterizations, and a vicious and painful take on the slapstick violence of the manga.

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Love Hina (Japanese: ラブ ひな, Hepburn: Rabu Hina) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ken Akamatsu

Love Hina (Japanese: ラブ ひな, Hepburn: Rabu Hina) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Ken Akamatsu. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from October 21, 1998 to October 31, 2001, with the chapters collected into 14 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha. The series tells the story of Keitarō Urashima and his attempts to find the girl with whom he made a childhood promise to enter the University of Tokyo

There are also two novels from Love Hina, both named Love Hina: the novel (both written by the series' anime screenwriters, volume 1 by Sho Aikawa (as Kurou Hazuki), volume 2 by Hiroyuki Kawasaki), which have been released.

There are also two novels from Love Hina, both named Love Hina: the novel (both written by the series' anime screenwriters, volume 1 by Sho Aikawa (as Kurou Hazuki), volume 2 by Hiroyuki Kawasaki), which have been released in Japan and have been released in the US by TOKYOPOP, the US publisher of the manga. After his grandmother gives him the deed to the building, he has the tough job of being landlord, studying to get into Tokyo U, and dealing with the girls living there, who never pass up an opportunity to humiliate him. 2 (Paperback) by Hiroyuki Kawasaki (Author), Ken Akamatsu (Author).

Love Hina: The Novel. Light Novel translations updated after three years (239 items) list by silent killer. Published 10 years, 9 months ago. View all Love Hina: The Novel lists. Manufacturer: TokyoPop Release date: 30 April 2006 ISBN-10 : 1598164457 ISBN-13: 9781598164459.

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Follows the romantic adventures of Keitaro Urashima after his plans for the future are derailed when he fails to pass the Tokyo University entrance exam and he becomes the reluctant landlord of the all-girl Hinata House.
Love Hina: the novel is just more of the same. No closure, nobody dies, nobody leaves, nobody has anything major happen to them. Just more punching, more yelling, more misunderstanding, more ghosts, so on. You get the drill. The book is split into two parts, but both really do deal with the same thing, the idea that there is a treature in the annex of the house. While we do find out the mystery of the old annex, the whole idea and plot just isn't worth wasting a whole novel on it. Also, with only 250 pages, and with large print, many of the characters really don't get to do much but say one liners. We mostly see things from Keitaro Urashima's point of view and, while it does show just how much of a idiot he is, it does get kind of boring.
This reads more like a fan fiction piece than anything from the series. Not a lot of art and almost none of it original. If you don't read it, you're not really missing much. It was OK more or less.
New Stories from the World of Love Hina!!!!

First the residents find out that there is a secret treasure hidden somewhere on the grounds, and the key to finding it may be hidden somewhere on Keitaro's body!

Next, Grandma Hinata desides to reopen the inn for a few days to accomidate some old clients, but some of them may be more than they apear to be. Join the old gang on another hillarious adventure as they explore the secrets of the old abandoned Annex!!

Overall, I give it a 6 out of 10. Its not as good as the original series, but its still holds its old flair and carries its original style. I would recommend giving it a read, but to fans of the old series...don't get your hopes too high!!

It follows stories that are not in the manga series, and is hard to tell where in the series it takes place. Its pretty easy to read, and has a total of 250 pages, but has a level of perversion that keeps reader levels at ages 17+

On the upside, there are lots of Naru Punches, Sword attacks, wacky inventions, and much, much more!

Note: It was written by the Scriptwritter for the animated series, Kurou Hazuki, with help by Ken Akamatsu.
Ken Akamatsu said that Kurou Hazuki read the manga a hundred time to make the novel as great as possible.
But I really don't see there is a certain storyline in here(I have not read the manga yet) it just seemed that they did something on a hurry just to publish it.
I think it could have gotten much better if Ken Akamatsu himself worte it, he might have had a sense of homour to add fun to the story.
The manga would absoultely be much better, this one was a little boring and just not exciting or very nice.