Ouran High School Host Club, Volume 13 by Bisco Hatori

Title: Ouran High School Host Club, Volume 13
Author: Bisco Hatori
Series: Ouran High School Host Club
Publisher: VIZ Media
Release Date: 11/3/2009
Length: 183 pages
Format: Paperback
Genres: Manga, Shojo
Challenges: N/A
Source: Library
Purchase: Paperback
Rating: ★★★★★

 

Mei, wanting Haruhi to face up to her feelings, leaves out a magazine that has a checklist for determining whether a girl is in love. As Haruhi reads through the checklist, she realizes that one host may have captured her heart without her even knowing.

Ooh! Jeannette was right! I am loving these more and more. I was reading this and giggling at all the funny stuff and squealing about all the cute stuff, and it occurred to me that I’ve come to really love this manga. I’ve become as invested in it as I was in Fruits Basket. I suppose once you get this far into a manga series that’s how it is.

I was thrilled with this volume. Haruhi is trying to work out her feelings. She gets a little shove in the right direction from Mei. Suddenly, Haruhi is rethinking how she actually feels about Tamaki. Is it respect and admiration or is it love? She’s still a little unsure, but at least she’s now aware that it could be love.

Tamaki is busy learning all he can about the family business. I’m kind of excited about him taking initiative and working so hard. However, that means he’s not around Haruhi as much, and I think both of them are feeling a little down about that. Kyoya has been observing Tamaki for a long time now, and he thinks he knows why Tamaki is so persistent about the Host Club being a family.

Hikaru ends up sleeping in the same room with Haruhi during the ski trip. You would think this would be good news, but Hikaru is feeling pretty guilty about asking Tamaki not to come. He spends most of the time worrying and not sleeping. He puts a lot of consideration into what would make him happy and whether or not it would mess up the atmosphere of the Host Club. But eventually, he’s going to have to tell her how he feels. Now as good a time as any, right?

Previous volumes in this series:
Volume 1
Volume 2
Volume 3
Volume 4
Volume 5
Volume 6
Volume 7
Volume 8
Volume 9
Volume 10
Volume 11
Volume 12

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  1. This review made my day! :DBut, I've got nothing more to say until you read the next volume…..

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