Honey So Sweet, Vol. 3

Honey So Sweet, Vol. 3

by Amu Meguro


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781421583303
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Publication date: 07/05/2016
Series: Honey So Sweet Series , #3
Pages: 216
Sales rank: 103,132
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

Newcomer Amu Meguro debuted with the one-shot manga Makka na Ringo ni Kuchizuke wo (A Kiss for a Bright Red Apple). Born in Hokkaido, her hobbies are playing with her niece and eating. Honey So Sweet is her current series in Bessatsu Margaret magazine.

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Honey So Sweet, Vol. 3 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Another good volume. The covers for these volumes are adorable and drawn really well.
DevinsBookHub More than 1 year ago
(This is a review of volumes 3 and 4) Last summer I read the first two volumes of Honey So Sweet as they were the only ones available at the time, and now that more English translations have since been published I went ahead and got them through my library to read, as I'm really liking the series now. The third volume in the Honey So Sweet series is cute and funny just like the first two. Volume three also had more pacing and was a lot more interesting compared to the prior volumes. The third volume also brings in conflict, introducing the feeling of jealousy between a character and Nao, as a guy, Futami, is basically trying to be Mr. Steal Yo Girl. Other things I really liked about the third volume were the random doodles on the margins, the bonus short story of Nao and Sou at the end, and this sentence from the manga: "Just because you're friends doesn't mean you get to know everything about someone". As for volume four, it opens with Futami, who I like to call Mr. Steal Yo Girl, realizing that he cannot steal Nao from Onsie no matter what he does and says. To quote Futami, "Being liked by someone is joyful and painful". Indeed it is. Another memorable quote from this volume is "Loving someone who feels the same way about you must be a miracle of sorts". This volume also had what I feel to be a bit more of a darker tone to it, for example Nao's friend Yashiro didn't mind that her boyfriend was caught cheating on her. SERIOUSLY? Also in volume four I learned what an Asunaro hug is and I also laughed really hard at the very short special story at the end of volume four. It exclaims "The end to a pointless story!" and I found that pretty funny. There's also a funny line in this volume: "Will you go out with me....yes or yes?!" There's also small bonus manga at the end too, "Honey So Sweet: A Tale of a Small Love". I'd say that so far volume four is my favourite. There's more twists and the characters are developed more as you see their feelings and hidden sides. Plus it was less kissy-kissy, which was refreshing to me. I don't mind romance, but I felt that the earlier volumes were overdoing it a little bit. Volume five is now out, and I am currently waiting for my library to get a copy of it so I can read it. Enjoyed this review? You can find more at Devin's Book Hub.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved it.
PeachyRain More than 1 year ago
Great Series! Recently bought vol.3 a couple of days ago. I did not regret buying or reading this. The romance and friendship in this manga is so cute! Read more to find out about the story!♥‿♥