Love Hina Omnibus 5

Love Hina Omnibus 5

by Ken Akamatsu


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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 kill him.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781612620220
Publisher: Kodansha International
Publication date: 03/26/2013
Series: Love Hina Omnibus Series , #5
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 518,333
Product dimensions: 5.26(w) x 7.32(h) x 1.31(d)
Age Range: 16 Years

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Love Hina Omnibus 5 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As long time fan of Love Hina, I always love going back to this story. The thing is that it gets increasingly zany, especially after a certain point, where you can tell that the author was trying to stretch the story out. Omnibus 4 suffers some due to this. Omnibus 5 more than makes up for this, giving you a return the planned storyline with a satisfying ending. It also gives you an additional story that includes the introduction of a new character, Emma Maeda, who shows up to Hinata Inn years after the events of the same storyline. But don't skip this story! (It's OK, you won't want to.) It has an important event in the lives of our characters. The omnibii also have some extra material not available in other formats, and those enjoying it as an ebook on a large tablet will be able to enjoy some of these extras, as well as the man story's art, in spectacular detail. If you're a fan of Love Hina, this is a no-brainer: get it!
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MOMBOROLL More than 1 year ago
If your a fan of the love Hina it's more of the same slap stick. An enjoyable read, I personally liked all the books that lead up to this one. The ending in my opinion is some one predictable. I don't think the mane character "Keitaro Urashima" changed or crew, more like those around him saw his determination an they crew. To some it all up funny but predictable it is a "love comedy" above all.