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Ouran High School Host Club, Vol. 10 (Ouran High School Host Club #10)

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Ever since the day he helped her up after a nasty tumble, Black Magic Club member Reiko Kanazuki has been obsessed with Hunny. She is devoting all her knowledge of the dark arts to curse him and steal his soul. Will the sweetest member of the Host Club fall victim to her spells?

Paperback, 200 pages
Published January 29th 2008 by VIZ Media (first published August 14th 2007)
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May 18, 2016 Amelie rated it really liked it
Leute, die mir schon länger auf Goodreads folgen, wissen, dass ich eigentlich keine Mangs lese. Um ehrlich zu sein, war das hier der zweite Manga meines Lebens und ich glaube auch nicht, dass ich nach der Ouran Reihe damit weitermachen werde. Tatsache ist aber, dass ich den Anime LIEBE. Der Humor ist einfach genial und der ständige parodisierende Charakter der Erzählweise ist halt genau meins. Leider ist das jetzt ne halbe Ewigkeit her, seitdem der Anime beendet wurde und ich bezweifle, dass er ...more
Mar 27, 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.

In this volume, we meet a brand new semi-regular character - Mei! It seems a bit late to be introducing another main (ish) character, but I actually like Mei a lot. She is very different from Haruhi, and it's nice for Haruhi to have a female friend (that knows her secret, unlike Renge).

We also get introduced to a girl with a crush on Hunny, and to th
May 07, 2013 Sesana rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics
A bit mixed. I didn't like the new character of Mei. That said, there was some good work with Tamaki and the Hitachin brothers. What little there is of an ongoing storyline is slowly (very, very slowly) moving forward in this volume.
Sep 05, 2016 Valentina rated it liked it
The Mei plot...Meh
May 01, 2016 Cath rated it liked it
Shelves: manga
3/5 stars.
I felt like this volume was all over the place. I do want to finish this series one day so maybe I'll wait when I'm in the right mind set or whatever.
Miss Ryoko
Sep 29, 2015 Miss Ryoko rated it really liked it
Shelves: manga, library-book
I've mentioned in a previous review that I really don't want Haruhi to get together with any of the members of the Host Club, but I know it's inevitably going to happen and let's be honest, even though there is a love triangle (would this be a shojo manga if there wasn't?) we ALL know that Haruhi and Tamaki will get together in the end. Despite, however, my want for her to not get together with any of them, I am totally Team Kaoru.

Haruhi and Tamaki are just not a good match. Plain and simple. Th
Aug 03, 2009 Ruth rated it it was amazing
Shelves: manga
Hatori continues to please with this addition to the series. The introduction of a new character, Mei, adds some flavor to the usual jokes. Another commoner gets to experience the Hosts bizarre habits. Moreover, romance is beginning to become a stronger focus, and while I worried it would be problematic, Hatori is handling it very well. I know I shouldn't hold my breath on my preferred couple getting together, but at least thus far it looks like it could go a few different ways.

Really, this seri
Kelsey Hanson
I still enjoy this series, but I liked it a lot better when only Tamaki had a crush on Haruhi and it focused on the actual host club. I didn't particularly care for Mei. Even though he was only briefly mentioned, I have to say that I love Haruhi's dad. He is pretty funny and has some good deadpan moments.
We get a new character in this volume! I absolutely adore Mei :)
My daughter’s rebellious stage, he says while crying. Who else?
Jul 04, 2016 Erica rated it it was amazing
Ouran is getting more serious with their character relationships and I love it.
Jun 28, 2016 Katie rated it liked it
Shelves: manga, completed
see full review @ Katie's Corner
Re-read 2015. Still 5 stars. Still an all time favourite.
Amanda [Novel Addiction]
Feb 23, 2015 Amanda [Novel Addiction] rated it really liked it
Shelves: teen, series, manga, swon2015

Seriously, this series is ridiculous. And I love it.
Nov 29, 2016 Lindsey rated it it was amazing
Shelves: manga, romantic
I found this one so far with the most action in it. I also Felt the story was progressing, and starting to change character. It has brought me back in to the story.
Michelle. D.
Mar 13, 2011 Michelle. D. rated it it was amazing
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Victoria Newman
Oct 17, 2016 Victoria Newman rated it it was amazing
It is a great book to read
Oct 16, 2016 Sakurahan rated it it was amazing
Another great manga in this series!
Julie Hayes
Dec 21, 2011 Julie Hayes rated it it was amazing
Hunny unwittingly comes to the aid of a damsel in distress, only to find himself the victim of her curse! Kanazuki is a member of the school’s Black Magic Club. When the other members ask why she’s placing a curse on Hunny, she replies—because he stole her soul! She freaks Hunny out by the things that she does, and the boy is beside himself, wondering what he did to anger her so. It’s up to the other Host Club members to get to the bottom of things, and figure out what to do about Kanazuki’s ...more
May 08, 2014 Christina rated it really liked it
Haruhi and her father, Ranka, are stuck with the great responsibility of reuniting Ranka's friend and co-worker, Misuzu/Isao, with his daughter, Mei. Not only that, but since she continues to attempt to run away from her father, she is staying in the Fujioka residence until her mother comes back from vacation or the issue is resolved. And as always, the Host Club interferes and Tamaki takes a great part in repairing their relationship by having Haruhi make Mei's childhood meals she shared with ...more
While this volume opens with a fun little story about a Black Magic Club member trying to steal Hunny's soul and closes with the beginning of the Sports Festival arc, the majority of this volume is dedicated to introducing a new supporting character, Mei, the daughter of the cross-dressing pensione operator Haruhi works for during the summer. Mei is about Haruhi's age and she's all girl, unlike Haruhi's more androgynous behavior. So when she gets to meet the other club members you can imagine ...more
Oct 03, 2016 Jaclyn rated it really liked it
Nov 24, 2016 Laura rated it really liked it
Shelves: manga
The first episode in which Reiko struggles to express her love for Hunny was a fairly good one. Although I’m not sure I like the idea of the two of them together, they do set each other off well (in anime fashion) as Hunny is so light and cheerful while Reiko is dark and curse-obsessed.
The next three episodes introduce Mei, pictured with Haruhi on the cover. She is the daughter of Misuzu, who runs the Pensione that Haruhi worked at during the summer. Mei dislikes her father because his becoming
Aug 08, 2016 Joti rated it it was amazing
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Haley Keller
Sep 01, 2014 Haley Keller rated it it was amazing
Shelves: re-read
I finally got around to reading volume ten! I really like where the story is going. It's exciting now in a way that it wasn't when the manga was still similar to the anime. Then, I had an idea of what was coming next, but I like that now I don't really know exactly what's coming next (although I haven't completely avoided spoilers).

The synopsis only focuses on one episode in the volume, and unfortunately, I left volume ten at home and don't have it with me at school. I'm really struggling to rem
Chelsea K.
Episode 41: 4/5
Reiko Kanazuki, Black Magic Club member, believes Hunny has stolen her soul, and she intends to cast a curse on him to steal his as well. Why does she think this? Because he's always on her mind, and makes her heart beat faster. The Host Club is quick to see the truth in the situation, and an amusing story about someone having a genuine romantic crush on Hunny unfolds.

Episode 42: 4/5
Misuzu's daughter Mei is thrust upon Haruhi and Ranka's goodwill, since her mother and stepfather l
Dec 19, 2015 Laura rated it really liked it
Shelves: type-manga
I was afraid after my long hiatus from this series--to finish Fruits Basket--I wouldn't remember anything, or wouldn't be interested anymore. False! I'm back in the game with Ouran. It can be really silly, but it's gotten a little more serious and I'm going to keep reading.

This volume opens with a cute chapter about Reiko and Hunny. They may be total opposites, but she still likes him and he helps her understand friendship a little better. In the next chapter we meet Misuzu's daughter, Mei. She'
Valeria Castillo
Sep 19, 2016 Valeria Castillo rated it it was amazing
Shelves: manga
Esto cada vez se pone mejor, el ver a Tamaki poco a poco ir descubriendo sus sentimientos, así como los gemelos es realmente adorable, aunque m pregunto qué pasará si tanto Hikaru como Kaoru deciden que ambos aman a Haruhi, es decir, no son solo hermanos, si no gemelos, y siempre han compartido todo, pero el amor de Haruhi no es algo que se pueda simplemente compartir. Y si eso sucede entonces en qué posición queda Tamaki.... no puedo esperar para leer más
Sep 11, 2008 Nick rated it really liked it
Shelves: manga
Overall Rating: A
Synopsis: Created by Bisco Hatori, the series follows Haruhi Fujioka, a scholarship student at the prestigious Ouran High School. Haruhi is a girl, but she got gum put in her hair so she cut it short, and wears boys clothes. This wouldn't be terribly important, but one day she stumbles across the school's Host Club. The Host Club is basically a place for six idly rich pretty boys to be idly rich pretty boys, and idly rich pretty girls to come and fawn over them and pretend the b
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
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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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“I think the love between a child and parent is wonderful. You know, Mei... I haven't seen my mother for over two years. I used to live with her... but now I live with my father. I used to be sad and wonder why it happened... but parents have a lot of things they have to deal with too. I saw how they were suffering... and I know they both love me a lot. You can't let loneliness harden your heart. Mei, you know... Misuzu loves you, don't you?” 4 likes
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