The Demon Prince of Momochi House Vol On her sixteenth birthday orphan Himari Momochi inherits her ancestral estate that she s never seen Momochi House exists on the barrier between the human and spiritual realms and Himari is meant to

  • Title: The Demon Prince of Momochi House, Vol. 1
  • Author: Aya Shouoto
  • ISBN: 9781421579627
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
  • On her sixteenth birthday, orphan Himari Momochi inherits her ancestral estate that she s never seen Momochi House exists on the barrier between the human and spiritual realms, and Himari is meant to act as guardian between the two worlds But on the day she moves in, she finds three handsome squatters already living in the house, and one seems to have already taken overOn her sixteenth birthday, orphan Himari Momochi inherits her ancestral estate that she s never seen Momochi House exists on the barrier between the human and spiritual realms, and Himari is meant to act as guardian between the two worlds But on the day she moves in, she finds three handsome squatters already living in the house, and one seems to have already taken over her role

    The Demon Prince of Momochi House, Vol Himari Momochi inherits a mysterious house that comes with its own gorgeous demon guardian On her sixteenth birthday, orphan Himari Momochi inherits her ancestral List of Journey to the West characters Antagonists Demon King of Confusion The Demon King of Confusion is a demon king who seizes control of the Water Curtain Cave when Sun

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    1. 2 starsI'm going to be honest with you I 100% picked this one up because the guy on the cover reminded me of Shiro from the Red Winter trilogy by Annette Marie unfortunately Shiro he is not This manga was well silly dramatics and let's just say if I walked into a house I inherited and there were squatters there much less larger male squatters I'm pretty sure I wouldn't deal with that shit on my own and just hang with them even though (as the MC says way too many times really soon) they ar [...]

    2. "You mustn't look at me."Proceeds to stare.Imagine you grew up in an orphanage for 16 years and you suddenly get a will declaring that you now own a mansion. You go down to visit it and find that three hot dudes are just lounging around. What do you do?A. Call the CopsB. Run to call for helpC. Stay and try to redecorate the house into something so horrifically girly that the men leaveClearly C is the correct answer!!!It just so happens that Himari doesn't get gang raped or killed. The guys let h [...]

    3. Why I read this: I has a pretty cover and I was in the mood for some shoujo.What I thought:Nothing really life changing in this book. But I didn’t read it because I thought I was going to get much out of it. It’s fun fluff with tiny, cute monsters.It’s standard fair for shoujo. There is a girl that lets herself get wrapped up into a weird situation by gorgeous boys. They boys each follow a type (sweet boy, reckless boy, and smart boy). The difference this time is that the girl is picking t [...]

    4. Check out more manga and graphic novel reviews @ Perspective of a WriterOn her 16th birthday, orphan Himari Momochi inherits the ancestral estate she’s never seen. Momochi House exists on the barrier between the human and spiritual realms, and Himari is meant to act as guardian between the two worlds. But on the day she moves in, she finds three handsome squatters already living in the house, and one seems to have already taken over her role!The art drew me right to this volume! (Take a look a [...]

    5. 2 Stars, Completed* December 5, 2016*Review based on part of the series (ch. 1-15) since it is still ongoingClearly the art is nothing short of gorgeous, but unfortunately this is the only redeeming quality about this manga so far. The female protagonist is completely helpless and unbearable, each chapter is incredibly repetitive (the first volume especially), and the overall plot is lacking (not much happens in all four volumes honestly). I've caught up to however many volumes is serialized in [...]

    6. More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/The Demon Prince of Momochi House is a gentle urban fantasy story of a haunted house and the spirits who live within. Our heroine is sweet, her love interest subtle, and the entire feel of the story very low key. Although the cover art makes this seem very much like another Kamisama Kiss (Kamisama Hajimemashita), in reality we have a story about protecting our girl rather than harassing her for humor.Story: Orphan Himari Momochi disc [...]

    7. This reminds me a bit of a goofier Kamisama Kiss meets Natsume's Book of Friends. I kind of like it.It's rather light. Nothing too heavy plot-wise.

    8. The story is simple, but has a plot which I am a sucker for. My disappointment came from the shallow emotions & relationships + very basic plot development. There was nothing to sweep me away into the story. I will read the next couple of volumes hoping to find some depth. Unfortunately, after this first volume I don't care about the characters at all.

    9. 3.5* I was not expecting much, when I started this one. But, I was pleasantly surprised by this story of a haunted house that seemingly must be kept in the family. The cliche' about several handsome guys protecting the normal-looking girl is a bit overdone, but it is still enjoyable. I will definitely be reading the future volumes to see if the romance becomes more pronounced. That aspect is hinted at in this volume, but not pursued much at all.

    10. I do think the concept itself is really likeable. However, the execution of it felt very shortened. The story was way to fast, which made it very confusing even though nothing really happened in this volume. There was almost no background, and the other two boy characters were just there for filling? And about the romance: it felt like they met and were head over heals witch each other all on the same day. All though all of this sounds very negative, I do plan on picking up the next volume in th [...]

    11. What happened in this manga? I remember some vague pictures, I think the female protagonist was doing some cleaning and there are three supernaturals in the house that she inherited. But I took no notes so I barely remember anything. Apparently I rated this book as ok… well I cannot remember disliking it, I think it simply wasn't memorable.

    12. It's quite boring , I must say. Aoi saying "you must not see my true form" is super annoying. The art is very pretty but the overall plot seems copied from Kamisama Kiss girl inherits "house/temple" a powerful fox that can't leave and must protect the house. coincidence? I think not.

    13. A sweet story with pretty artwork. Comparisons to Kamisama Kiss are obvious, but this is different enough to prevent boredom. I'm looking forward to when the next volume goes on sale and wishing I had it already.

    14. Why I gave it two stars:One - BEAUTIFUL DRAWINGS!Two - Swoon worthy guys!Why not more?BAD GRAMMAR! And poor development of the story!!Enough said.

    15. The artwork in The Demon Prince is beautiful. The cover is what drew me in initially. The promise of a supernatural manga was what sealed the deal. Unfortunately, I found too many problematic issues that irked me. First off, Aoi(the demon) rubbed me the wrong way. He was creepy. Always around Himari. Touching her when she's uncomfortable. Himori never told him to knock it off once. She was very submissive when it came to him and the other guys in the house. This manga takes a lot of elements fro [...]

    16. It got a little repetitive so it was a good thing it was short and quick. Kind of reminds me of Kamisama Kiss but with a heroine who bugs me less. There was some cute moments so I might check out the second volume but I am in no hurry to.

    17. I really don't get it when first characters in a love story first meet each other while one of them is accidentally naked:|| Momochi fell in love super fast. I like its graphic. it is more of a love story than a fantasy story I feel.

    18. YASSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!I would love for Miyazaki's film company to do animation for this series (and I've only read the first volume). The little sprites/demons are ADORABLE and reminiscent to the manga/animeOtome Yōkai Zakuro.I'm excited to read more about this motely crew of demon and this little human. YAY!!! TO A GREAT START OF A NEW SERIES!!!

    19. I'm not sure what to think about this series. I'm a big fan of Ayakashi and Youkai, so I pleased to come across this. The artwork is always on point with Shouoto sensei so no qualms with that the story on the other hand is a bit fast paced, or the paneling makes it seem that way. There is also this one part where a character says something absurd about another character without even knowing them that long. I guess I'll have to read the second volume to get a better understanding , but in the mea [...]

    20. What happened in this manga? I remember some vague pictures, I think the female protagonist was doing some cleaning and there are three supernaturals in the house that she inherited. But I took no notes so I barely remember anything. Apparently I rated this book as ok… well I cannot remember disliking it, I think it simply wasn't memorable.

    21. I was dreading this because I was NOT a fan of Rose Princess, but it was surprisingly mellow and I liked the supernatural angle. Ever since I read Kitaro, I have a soft spot for yokai. I also like how tender Aoi is towards Himari. His naivete feels genuine and makes him really likeable to me. Dunno if I need to read more, but at least it didn't grate on me like Rose Princess.

    22. I'm a bit underwhelmed with this volume. Next ones in the series could have potential, but I feel that it's a hybrid of titles I've read before. I have to say that the boy saving the helpless girl element is going to get old soon. I do know plenty of teens who love it house, so I won't pass judgement too strongly.

    23. So far so good! I like how the story is similar to that of Fruits Basket, except Himari is more decisive & challenging than Tohru (note: I love Fruits Basket).

    24. I'm intrigued! I want to know more about the guys and the house! I'll definitely be continuing this one!

    25. This reminds me of Kamisama Kiss and Natsume's Book of Friends, all wrapped in one manga. I like it.

    26. So I'm trying to set up my kindle so I can borrow books from the library electronically, but everything I want to read is in "waitlist" hell. The library's new addition section pops up and I see this set of manga available RIGHT NOW, and I think I'll just borrow it so I know how to go through the process. Next thing I know, I've actually read the volume and have started syncing my kindle to get volume 2. Does this mean that Demon Prince of Momochi House is good? Not really. But what it does do r [...]

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