Love Hina, Volume 13

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When Keitaro Urashima fails his entrance exams to get into Tokyo University for the second time, he's officially an unemployed and uneducated slacker. To make things worse, his parents have kicked him out of his house. Fortunately, his grandmother owns the fabulous Hinata Lodge and has agreed to take Keitaro in as caretaker. What he doesn't know is that the lodge is actually a girl's dorm and he's the only guy around! Most guys would kill to live with five sexy ladies, but if Keitaro's not careful, this job will ...
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Overview

When Keitaro Urashima fails his entrance exams to get into Tokyo University for the second time, he's officially an unemployed and uneducated slacker. To make things worse, his parents have kicked him out of his house. Fortunately, his grandmother owns the fabulous Hinata Lodge and has agreed to take Keitaro in as caretaker. What he doesn't know is that the lodge is actually a girl's dorm and he's the only guy around! Most guys would kill to live with five sexy ladies, but if Keitaro's not careful, this job will kill him.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781591821199
  • Publisher: TOKYOPOP
  • Publication date: 8/28/2003
  • Series: Love Hina Series , #13
  • Edition description: Not appropriate for children
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 5.02 (w) x 7.47 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2004

    Manga Fan + Best Manga Ever = Buy Love Hina

    There is so much great things to say about this series but I will put it into one phrase. 'Will make an impact on your life'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2003

    A whole load of love, fun and madness!!!!!

    This is for sure a great manga! And it is also the kind of story that can cheer you up when you feel sad or depressed! It's characteristics? There is a boy named Keitaro (who is VERY unlucky). He wants to enter in the best university in Japan only to fulfill a promise made to a girl when he was about four. Sounds crazy? The worse is yet to come. Keitaro is a failure as a student, and this year (he's now 19!) is the third year he tries to enter in Todai (this is the name of the university). Going away from home, Keitaro move to the Hinata inn, owned by her granmother, to became the caretaker and study for the third entrance exam. But there is a small particular... the Hinata is no longer a inn. It's now a girls dormitory! Five girls 'welcome' the poor/lucky Keitaro inside (Keitaro's arrival is obviously unexpected by the other girls, and creates A LOT of trouble...). The first of them is Naru Narusegawa, a beautiful (they're all beautiful!) girl of nearly the same age of the protagonist, with a VERY STRONG PUNCH (expecially when the poor Keitaro finds himselfs TOO CLOSE to her or the other girls!). She is also trying to enter the Todai, but she's a lot smarter than Keitaro (the first student in Japan or something like that), who often calls her for helping him in his studying. The two begin to fall in love with each other, but Naru doesn't want to admit she likes Keitaro (to say the truth, they are often interrupted by some unfair events!). Other girls are Motoko, the Kendo girl, who attacks Keitaro nearly for the same reasons as Naru; Kaolla, the girl from unknown country (maybe India?!?), loves bananas and everything that can be eaten, is a genius at inventing war and hi-tech machinery; Shinobu, the youngest, is good at cooking and soon falls in love with Keitaro; last but not least, Mitsune Konno, the oldest one, loves alcool and is often drunk, without money and organizing parties for every stupid reason. During the series many other characters come, such as Mitsumi Otohime (one of the most funny ones), Seta, the past love of Naru, his daughter Sarah and even Keitaro's sister, Kanako, skilled in disguises and imitation of the other girls ( :-)> ). And so the story goes on, following the love story of Keitaro and Naru, as they try to enter the Todai, as well as the crazy adventures of the Hinata girls, from trips through all Japan to fantastic voyages to islands inhabited by giant turtles (I forgot to say that their mascotte is the funniest flying turtle in the world, Tamachan!), from typical funny manga situations to perfect and terribly addictive nonsense!!! If you are one who likes the dramas and the true stories of 'tragedy in life', don't get this manga. It is not a masterpiece of human psychoanalysis. This is only a light and funny story for those who like to dream and laugh at life. This is the power of Love Hina: to enjoy, and to give happiness and smile!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2003

    best manga ever

    The love hina series is the best ever , cause it is extremely funny and the story hooks you in.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 18, 2003

    when exactly did book 13 come out

    i like the manga much better than the anime because for 1 the manga looks better and 2 it extends the story past where the love hina again ova's left off

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2003

    A good book...

    I'm a great anime fan. This is probably one of the best! I've seen the anime but it was in japanese. At least now, I know what it actually means(LOL)! I recommend all the Love Hina books.

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