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Honey Blood, Vol. 2 by [Mitsuki, Miko]
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When Hinata Sorazono meets her new neighbor, Junya Tokinaga, the author of an incredibly popular vampire romance novel series, she’s inexplicably drawn to him. Dressed in a kimono with an old-world air about him, Junya has a taste of Hinata’s blood and tells her it’s sweet... In Junya’s novels, a kiss with a vampire means that only the human’s blood can be taken as nourishment. If that person dies, so will the vampire. Could it be that Junya is actually a vampire—and about to enter a life-changing contract with Hinata?

About the Author

Born on October 10, Miko Mitsuki debuted with Utakata in 2003. She is currently working on Virgin Blood – Hiiro no Bansan, which is being serialized in Sho-Comi magazine. Mitsuki is from Kagoshima prefecture in Japan, and she loves cats and dogs.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 132432 KB
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (April 7 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00UY0HX2Y
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa5e4f9a8) out of 5 stars 11 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5d6066c) out of 5 stars Very Abrupt Dec 2 2014
By Talvi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Honey Blood 2 concludes the series without much in the way of resolution. Reading between the lines of the author notes, it looks like she wanted to take it further but had to end it before it could be developed into a longer storyline. As such, there is a lot of build up that isn't really resolved. Viz will be publishing a third book, Simply titled Honey Blood, which has a collection of one shots, 2 of which are Honey Blood, and the original short story upon which the title is based.

Story: The odd vampire attacks continue and Hinata soon encounters the person behind them: Junya's rival from the Meiji era. He tells Hinata that she is the ancestor of the person Junya loved - her features looking a lot like that woman. Hinata doubts their relationship while Setsuna, the rival vampire, feeds on the streets to make up for his loneliness and loss over losing the woman from the past.

The vampire murders were pretty much glossed over and never resolved. I believe they were supposed to instill doubt and angst in Hinata's relationship but the abrupt ending of the story curtailed that. As well, Hinata's editor looked to have wanted to cause trouble but that also pretty much ended without resolution. The one shots in the next volume don't resolve any plot points either.

Due to the abruptness, I'm not quite sure this title succeeds either in storytelling or art.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5d6075c) out of 5 stars Unresolved, but interesting Dec 8 2014
By Tim or Kastie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
As others have noted, the story abruptly ends without resolution. At the very least, you learn the origin of the love story and possible complications, which allows you to draw your own conclusions about what's happening. Even with that, though, a lot of holes exist. It's sad that this series couldn't have been more developed - it did have promise and the art is decent. If you can't overlook an underdeveloped and unresolved plot, skip the series. If you can take the love story at face value or if you enjoy making up your own ending, then pick it up. With the limited information given, I think it's entirely possible to come up with a satisfying ending in your head - especially since it seems to be developing in a stereotypical way. But it is frustrating to know that the author had it planned out and knows how it ends, but doesn't share that in the closing pages. To me, personally, I enjoyed it and could see where the author ultimately wanted to go. I think it would have been something along the lines of Black Bird, but with vampires instead of demons, if that helps at all. (Black Bird is a very good series, btw - not without some issues, especially in the beginning, but that evens out into a well-developed and touching story.)
HASH(0xa5e437e0) out of 5 stars Not much of a conclusion... March 30 2015
By Jude - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
~3/5

I don’t really know how to feel about this book.

The plot and characters are interesting and mostly enjoyable, but the way it ends… It kind of ruined it for me.

We’re introduced to a new character, we see the possibility of a new plot line, possibly a couple of them… But then it just ends. The author mentions that she had more planned for the series, so it got cancelled, which is understandable why it ends that way. But still. It kind of ruined it for me. I mean, I guess since it was cancelled, the ending isn’t so bad. It concludes in an all right way. I’m just unsatisfied with the plots left hanging.

[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]
HASH(0xa58d8390) out of 5 stars Cute, but too short Dec 19 2014
By SisterKahlan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I liked this series, but I felt like it was too short. I wanted it to continue.They packed too much into two volumes. There seemed to be more room to develope characters and the story line. I liked art work and the basic story line of the "Vampire next door". By the time I was really getting into it, it was over. I would reccomend this series if you are specifically looking for a short manga series (only two volumes), but if you are looking for more depth (in both character and story line) look elsewhere, a longer series would fit that mold better.
By Unicornhal - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I love reading this Manga. I have the both books. It was a great one that I will reread over and over. It was great. I hated that it ended