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Ouran High School Host Club, Vol. 17 (Ouran High School Host Club #17)

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Tamaki’s father and grandmother, the heads of the powerful Suoh Corp., are behind the Host Club’s suspension and the plan for Haruhi to be shipped off abroad. Now the Host Club members must pull out all the stops to save their beloved leader from his family’s infighting.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published June 7th 2011 by VIZ Media (first published September 3rd 2010)
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Scroll down SLOWLY. I promise there are no stupid screamers at the end. I'm too epic for that. *heehee*

What Happened When I Finished the Last Chapter

It's over.

It's.... over?

No, no, it can't be over. *refreshes scanlation page*

Scanlation Page: "We're sorry, Ouran Host Club Chapter 84 is not released yet."

No way. No freaking way.

*refresh* *refresh* *refresh*


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*panic mode*

Wh-what? But.... but.... It can't be over!!


Okay, just calm down. I'll just rewatch the an
Jan 14, 2013 Penny rated it it was amazing
Shelves: manga-read, manga
Let me start out by saying that i will be writing one review for this manga. At first i had watched the anime that was adapted from this manga and i fell in love with the characters. It is a funny, cheesy kinda gender-bender romantic plot.

Compared to the anime, the manga had far more details and other stories involved.
Ok enough with the anime.

As i mentioned before the plot is a comedy, cheesy romantic, gender-bender...
Haruhi is a scholarship student at an exclusive rich high school called Ouran
Miss Ryoko
Oct 18, 2015 Miss Ryoko rated it really liked it
Shelves: manga, library-book
Whoa... I really really loved this volume a whole bunch. And while the ending seemed a little bit ridiculous, I didn't mind because everything was coming together so beautifully. I really have appreciated Hatori-san's characters in this shojo. Haruhi specificially. She isn't your typical female lead. She really brings a fresh, new perspective and characterization to someone who does fall in love. The storyline with Tamaki's family has been very interesting to read, and I can't even lie, I totall ...more
Lien To
Jul 26, 2015 Lien To rated it it was amazing
I love this series so much
Kat (Lost in Neverland)
Sep 03, 2012 Kat (Lost in Neverland) rated it it was amazing
Shelves: manga


Marialena I.
Apr 14, 2016 Marialena I. rated it it was amazing
Shelves: manga
Close to the end of this beautiful series, and more amazing than ever!!!
Mar 26, 2016 Victoria rated it really liked it
Like volume 16, this book starts off a little wobbly but then everything comes together so well by the end.

The weak part of this volume is the reveal of what Tamaki's father has been up to, which I am not entirely certain I understand - but it probably isn't really necessary to get all the details. The ripple effect is what drives the later plot and once it gets to that point, everything works.

This volume perfectly showcases how far Haruhi has developed through the course of the series, which i
I can't believe the next volume will be the last!

Barbara  바보 ♥
Dec 19, 2011 Barbara 바보 ♥ rated it it was amazing
Shelves: mangas
el primer manga que me leo, nunca encontraría las palabras suficientes para demostra cuanto me encanto. Tiene risa, romance y drama. Perfecto ...more
Dec 07, 2015 Lynn rated it it was amazing

Today's post is on Ouran High School Host Club volume 17 by Bisco Hatori. It is 192 pages long and is published by Shojo Beat. The cover has Tamaki on it looking sweet. As it is the seventeenth in the long running series you need to have read the first sixteen to understand the story. The intended reader is someone who likes over-the-top humor, good characters, and long plots. There is no language, no sex, and no violence in this series. The is mostly told from Haruhi's perspective. There Be Spo
Oct 22, 2012 Cornerofmadness rated it really liked it
Shelves: manga
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
Dec 19, 2015 Laura rated it really liked it
Review posted 2/6/2012 at Owl Tell You About It.

This one was much better than the last. I think volume 16 was just building up to this one and that’s why I wasn’t enjoying it as much. This volume is full of big revelations and a couple of curve balls. The whole volume focuses on the drama with Tamaki’s family. I have to say, I like it so much more when volumes have a central story they follow throughout, as opposed to those with fluff chapters. They keep my attention better. It really does feel
Jan 10, 2012 Minna rated it really liked it
Shelves: owned, manga, shojo
This is the second to last installment of Ouran High School Host Club and things are getting wrapped up. I really, really like this one. It's really fast paced and I read it in one sitting. I didn't give it five stars because of the ending.

If they had dedicated a few more pages to this volume the story could have ended here. Heck, just one more page would have earned it another star. As it is now, it just ends in media res. If I had planned the series I would have ended it here, but I guess the
Feb 28, 2012 Rach rated it it was amazing
It wasn't until the end of this volume and the author's note that I realized this was the penultimate volume of the series. It definitely had that vibe throughout the whole thing, though, in the best possible way. Things are starting to wrap up, and this volume deals with a few of the biggest storylines in the whole series: Tamaki's secretive and manipulative family and Haruhi and Tamaki's relationship.

Haruhi has grown a lot over the course of the series, and in this volume, she was finally able
Tammy Smith
Aug 05, 2012 Tammy Smith rated it it was amazing
Haruhi Fujioka is a scholarship student at the elite Ouran High School. All the students are wealthy, well connected and seem to have scads of free time on their hands. While this series takes place predominantly in the high school, there is actually very little time devoted to class room sequences.

Haruhi walks into a room when she begins school and she accidentally knocks over a vase and breaks it. She is wearing a boys uniform and has her hair cropped short, so she is mistaken for a male stude
Sarah Hayes
Dec 22, 2011 Sarah Hayes rated it it was amazing
Volume seventeen of Ouran has a lot riding on its shoulders, being the penultimate volume before this enormously popular fan favorite shoujo series comes to a close. Storylines have to at least show they are coming to a draw; characters have to come to major revelations that can bring their respective arcs to a smart close. And what Bisco Hatori does in this volume is all of the above and then some; her second-to-last entry in the Ouran series is a beautiful portrait of the entire cast as a whol ...more
Serene Wong
Sep 08, 2012 Serene Wong rated it it was amazing
I have always been a fan of Ouran High School Host Club. After a year of not reading them, I came across this book at a library and decided to go ahead to borrow them. The characters are still as funny as ever and the sitations albeit weird, they are hilarious to the max. What really captured my attention about this book is that how Haruhi's life changed since the day she met the Host Club. There's no denying that the Host Club has pretty vast characters and that each one of them has their own u ...more
Dec 06, 2013 Jocelyne rated it it was amazing
December 2013: 5 Stars
Wow! That was intense! So good!!! :D
I had a feeling that Hatori would radically change my opinion of Tamaki's grandmother with the power of awesome writing and character development. That instinct has been proven today, since I did feel bad for her when she was forced to resign. And goddamn was I ever proud of Tamaki when he found out about that. He's so loyal! Not a bad bone in his body! He's grown to be such a good, strong man and this may be weird, but I'm so proud of hi
Oct 24, 2011 Sophie rated it it was amazing
One of my favourite series, ended. I almost cried, which was odd. I laughed a lot. And throughout the entire series, not just this volume (which I read online), I admittedly cried and laughed my heart out. The stories for the twins (a story which made me think of you, Elle, if you're reading this. That's why I cried), Tamaki, and Kyouya got to me particularly, and also the relationship between Haruhi and Tamaki towards the end. They struggled so much, augh... I put my face in my hands quite ofte ...more
Apr 04, 2013 Emy rated it it was amazing
Shelves: shoujo-manga, 2013
Having broken a priceless vase, Haruhi Fujioka is in debt to the host club, and this romantic comedy series follows her as she tries to pay it back.

You know, I think this might be my favourite volume of the whole series. Plot lines are tied up, and it keeps you in suspense until the end as to whether everything will work out all right.

I cried a couple of times reading this, too. Hatori, why must you tug at my delicate heart strings in this way? ;A;

Also, Kyoya has an amazingly epic moment in this
Dec 01, 2011 Lara rated it really liked it
Ah, the final volume of a surprisingly entertaining series! I went into the first book not expecting very much out of it, but I ended up getting sucked in pretty quickly. Tamaki especially is really endearing, and though we mostly see the story unfold through Haruhi's eyes, it's kind of all about Tamaki in the end, and all the ways that he's touched the people around him with his gentle, innocent, overly-excitable, ridiculous nature. His story ends in a very satisfying way, but I couldn't help b ...more
Aug 25, 2015 Erica rated it it was amazing
This book actually had a lot which was a lovely change from the typical Ouran type funny short stories that are usually in Ouran mangas.
I really can't wait for (view spoiler)
Jun 07, 2014 Ashley rated it really liked it
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
Jiayi W.
Jul 09, 2014 Jiayi W. rated it it was amazing
Currently fangirling (even though that is not a real word) over the ending of this volume! It is the perfect mixture of humour and feelings which lead to my presently wrecked emotional state. It is gorgeous.
Sep 27, 2012 Daisy rated it it was amazing
Well, when you get to the pointy end of a story, that's when you can really tell how skilled a writer is. And Bisco Hatori is exactly that. I've been anxious the past few volumes of what will happen in the end. I feel like the series has lost the fun innocence of before. It's more complicated now, not just fun and games and so far the plot has panned out perfectly. I admit, I almost died on the inside a little when I came to the end of 76 (view spoiler) ...more
❅ (t.c) (hiatus: school)
Wow. I was right again. xD Amazing plot twist. Who knew man. The headmaster is so smartt ^___^ Ahh~ Damn Tamaki with those feelings, how could anyone look away... ;_______; /sigh/ rich people's problems -.-
Buttttttttt, yay Kyo-chan opened his mouth finally in front of headmaster!! Haurhi has a big realization and ya de ya de ya. Eh, too many information at once, it is rather emotional for me to process :c
Afterall, everyone was putting and using each other for their selfish/less motives and /sig
Mar 06, 2012 Miss rated it it was amazing
Oh my darling baby boy. This is a good volume to be a Tamaki fan. The major thrust of the volume is resolving all the Suoh family related problems (caused primarily by Tamaki, his father, and his grandmother being too alike in their stubbornness for anyone's good). Said problem solving necessitates a whole lot of ensemble work united by the factor of wanting to see Tamaki happy. It is deeply satisfying. :) What a good volume for family. Found family and blood family, all tied together around a r ...more
Dec 30, 2013 Mizumi rated it it was amazing
Shelves: books-i-own, manga
Hm, I know there's still some things to solve, but I actually think this would have been a good ending volume too...
Anyway, I already have volume 18, so I'll reread it later. With this volume though, I finally completed my collection, which is nothing worthwhile to mention in a proper review but I'm not doing proper reviews anyway so HA. (Seriously though, it's been like... six years since I first got into Ouran? Maybe more? My Renge cosplay dates back to 2008, so before that time at the very le
May 26, 2012 scarlettraces rated it liked it
Shelves: loaners, manga-manhwa
my interest in this has slumped as the shojo angst quotient has increased. it's not that i object to romance being inserted into gag comedy - Skip Beat and My Heavenly Hockey Club both do it excellently, in their individual ways - but that here i'm failing to be convinced by the central relationship and plot direction and would rather just have the earlier silliness and hijinks. this vol also suffered a bit from excessive character syndrome - the race to the airport reminded me a bit of the inte ...more
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Japanese: 葉鳥ビスコ

Bisco Hatori born August 30 is a Japanese manga artist. Bisco Hatori is a pseudonym; she states that the name has special meaning to her. She has worked for such magazines as LaLa. Her manga debut was A Moment of Romance in LaLa DX. Her first series was Millennium Snow. However, the comedy Ouran High School Host Club is her breakout hit.

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