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MeruPuri, Vol. 4: v. 4 by [Hino, Matsuri]
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The bizarre adventures of reluctant pair Airi and little prince Aram wind down as their love story comes full circle. As the gap between the kingdom of Astale and the real world narrows, revelations about Airi's and Aram's quirky family members begin to float like pixie dust. Will Airi ever achieve her dream of sharing a cozy home with a loving husband? And what happens to her magic mirror? Discover the wacky twist that's sure to leave readers begging for more!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 167289 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat; 1st edition (July 14 2011)
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IRI4SI2
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This is way better than reading it online translated by fans. It has a decent quality, but could do better.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ceeea68) out of 5 stars Review of Merupuri Vol. 4 Feb. 9 2012
By AimeeKay - Published on
Format: Comic
***Spoiler Alert*** There's gonna be some spoilerage throughout this review so I'm just letting you all know now! ***End alert, but not necessarily the spoiling*** (Also I LOVE happy endings, and this book is suppose to be the final one in the series and it has one! So I am very happy about that)

So even though he doesn't remember who she is, Aram still goes to rescue Airi from The Deserted house. Jeile, in keeping with his noble streak, is right by his side. Of course true love conquers all!! (yes this is a good thing) Aram rescues her and their love restores his memories. (see told you there's spoilers all over this one)

But the story doesn't end there. It's revealed that Aram's mother has been a major player behind the scenes in trying to break up Airi and Aram! Even after Aram and Airi announce their vow to each other in front of everyone, she still insists Airi face a set of trials. I really didn't like Veedua, Aram's mom. I think she is cruel and manipulative. Especially how she toys with Lei.
Of course her insistence on the trials leads to Airi having to learn magic, which is pretty cool, and includes A LOT of laughs. Even a scene where Jeile receives his own "Maiden's Kiss". (Although not from who you'd expect!!!) Plus we finally get to meet Jeile's fiance. (He was getting engaged on the same day as Aram remember?) AND she's Lei's sister, and looks EXACTLY like him! Plus more is revealed as to how Jeile and Maruru ended up being so close.

I really love the art work in this series. Especially the cover portraits for the chapters. I really liked the authors side notes too. It's nice to know what they were thinking when they did certain drawings, and I love all the little extra details and background trivia on the characters. Plus there is another extra story/chapter at the end of this one too! I love how she made sure to tie up some of the loose ends regarding Raz and Nakaoji. (although they did lead to some other questions and I will be looking to see if there are more MeruPuri out there, since I know the ones I've recently read were published awhile back. Hopefully there will be more!)

The only problem I had with this volume was it seemed to jump ahead in certain areas. I understand the author was ending the series, but it just seemed to jump ahead in years at a time. There really wasn't anything saying that you had gone ahead a few years in the story either. It just happened. I didn't even realize it until after I had read a couple scenes. Then I was confused for a moment and thought I was missing some pages in the book. (maybe there was something and I was just missing it, but I reread it a few times and still didn't see it.) I still really loved the book though, and while I loved the happy ending, I would love to read more Merupuri if given the chance!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ceeeabc) out of 5 stars Absolutly Stunning! But there was something... April 3 2009
By Saif Al Taee - Published on
Format: Comic
my eyes caught on this series when I was looking around in amazon, and then I saw this series and seeing that it was written by the same manga-ka who wrote Vampire Knight, I decided to give it a try and read it.

the first 3 volumes were absolutely amazing!and I dont think that the manga-ka could make them any better.

I would recommend this manga to anyone who likes to read:


The only problem was that the fourth volume was a bit rushed. The ending was not as clear as it should have been. the first 3 chapters of the 4th volume were good, but then the auther started to rush and made the ending unclear. That is the only problem that I have with this series.

overall, the manga was extremely good and I would recommend to anyone who wants to read a manga.

Story: 5/5
Art: 6/5
Characters design: 4/5
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ceeeef4) out of 5 stars Still awesome. Dec 27 2011
By Jude - Published on
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This one starts off with Airi in the dangerous, locked off building, where she meets up with Raz. Aram is hurrying to catch up to her, and he runs into Mariabel and Jeile on the way, and Jeile helps him break in. Raz is being a jerk to Airi, like always, but he gives her the box, which she is unable to open with her strength alone. But she proclaims that her and Aram's love with be able to move past this, and if they can't, then it's not worth it. But Aram breaks in, and she kisses his chest, over the symbol that resembles hers, and he gets his memories back. There's some fun words exchanged between them all, as well. Oh, and Aram officially asks her to marry him with a flower in hand.
In the next chapter, Airi is trying to learn some magic. She has to learn to be able to pass back into her world, since her own mirror broke, but she's having trouble with it. She's not understanding it, and the other girls are jealous because Aram is hanging all over her and following her to class. They do make a scene after the girls call her out. But the best part of the chapter is when Jeile has to tutor her, and him and Aram fight over her. They are just adorable.
The next chapter mostly focuses on the two officially stating to the kingdom that they are married and that no one can do anything about it. And we meet Jeile's fiance. Jeile is against it, and he's also engaged to Lei's twin sister, and when coming into account his first meeting with Lei, this is hilarious. Next, Airi has to do a trial for Aram's mother, in which she has to go back home and find a ring that her great, however-many, grandmother left. Her and Aram and Jeile look all over for it, and Airi finds it in her mirror from a curse, and she gets to meet her as well. This is a cute little scene. We also see Lei, who has been pretending to be Airi in the human world while Airi has been stuck. Least to say, Lei is not happy about it.
Chapter twenty-one focuses on several things. It first shows Lei and Aram's mothers relationship. They have an odd one. Aram's mother, all on her own, though, is odd. She's a bit sadistic, and likes seeing her kids being tortured a little, and she scares Airi (which is understandable). Lei, though, has feelings for her, and she tortures him because of it, while no one else knows. Next it shows Raz, who gets to leave the kingdom because he fulfilled his agreement with Aram's mother, but then he gets sucked into a thing and stuck in the human world. He was summoned, we find out, by Nakaoji's little sister, who wants Nakaoji killed (which is very fun). Nakaoji isn't fazed, and we find out later that he descents from some guides who help people from the other side when they get to the human world. And apparently Chrisnelle, the traitor that Airi descends from, was also a guide. This is interesting, and I wish that we'd have gotten to see more of Nakaoji and what he knows. It has me intrigued, and now I can't know anymore.
Anyway, then it focuses some on Jeile. It shows him and Maruru, his fairy, and Nei, his fiance. (At least I think her name is Nei. It's mentioned in the author notes on the side, but I don't remember ever being formally introduced to her.) And we see some of his past, when he first met Maruru, and was put down because of it, but he had to show that he could do anything. Nei doesn't seem to mind that he has a special fairy, or that he has several other women that he has given flower names. Although she's a little unemotional, like Lei is. But she seems to really like Jeile, and when Maruru fully grows into herself, becoming full size, they both share him. This is a little weird, but not too surprising, and I don't really mind it. I wouldn't mind seeing more, actually. But I just love Jeile, a little bit.
And then there's a short story explaining Raz's situation in the human world with Nakaoji.
In the final chapter, there's a cute scene between Aram and Airi, and they go out on a date. (Sidenote: I love her dress in this scene. I am jealous and want to steal it from her.) It's Aram's seventeenth birthday, and there's a ceremony because he has now become eligible royaly, or whatever, and his marriage to Airi is announced. And we see Jeile with his wife and two kids, where he gives them a present in which Aram turns into a little kids in the dark.
One thing that bothers me about this is the age difference. It's pointed out that Airi is twenty and Aram is seventeen, but that doesn't seem as big of a difference as it was when they first met. Am I wrong? I don't know why, but this is still bothering me. Also, is Airi just going to live as long as everyone else in Astale now that she's there? Because she shouldn't be as slow with it as they are, unless they did something, right? Um, whatever, I guess.
Then there's a cute little story where Airi has messed up a spell and Aram finds her and helps her fix it.
I love this series, and I want more. But that's alright, I guess. I like Airi and Aram together. I like Jeile, all by himself and with other people. I'm interested in Nakaoji now, and I'm also a little intrigued by Raz and what's going to happen with him, and Mariabel, although reluctantly. Oh, and Lei and Aram's mother. They're so odd, and I wouldn't be surprised if something did happen between them. But I would want to read it, as well as what the King thinks of it all. As I was saying, I love all of the characters and I want more of them. And Aram is adorable. He's sweet and innocent, for most of the time, and he blushes so easily. He's so cute.
And there's so much to the story, even though it's a short series. I don't think that it got that much attention, either, which is a shame, since it's so good. Hino's art is awesome, as are her characters and story. There are so many cute scenes and lines in this series. Even though some things bothered me, I still love it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Keroberus - Published on
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I love this series! It's signature Hino (Wanted, Vampire Knight) for its art and detail and inking. It's a shorter, sweeter story than Vampire Knight. There's something to be said for a lighter, shorter story. It's worth the buy because you can read it more than once! There are no real villains here, but plenty of conflict of a simple girl trying to marry into a princely family. There are absolutely no love triangles to speak of, which is refreshing in a manga. It's not the best character lineup, and real villain would have made things interesting, but the romance is awesome--the pinnacle of this series. If you don't mind the 3 year difference between the two main characters (Aram falls in love with her when he's 12!). The big/small spell Aram has to live with has its comedic moments and it's not overly used. It's fun watching a boy from another world try to fit in in Airi's world to win her 15 year old heart (despite the fact he's really 12 but he's stuck in a 17 year old's body).

My main complaint would be the ending, which seemed a little rushed, and trite. How we moved from the real world to the magical realm, and how Airi seems to be a "natural" when it comes to magic and suddenly this becomes a story about a girl in a Harry Potter-like universe and to me it is a little odd. This story could have been another volume long, telling the tale of how she has to bide her time until Aram reaches a more "appropriate" age. But, the author did not develop that story (except in a short side story at the end). I got the impression that Hino didn't want to make this longer than 4 volumes.
HASH(0x9fac8090) out of 5 stars Great story June 27 2014
By amanda roberts - Published on
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I really enjoyed reading this story particularly the ending. I smiled that we get to see aram at three different ages 7,13 and 17. I didn't want it to end actually, I was left with the feeling of I wish I could have seen even more years. I admit that I sometimes found it awkward that she's in love with a child but if you consider that maybe when he gets aged by the spell he has the instincts of a man or a 17 year old at least, that might explain a few things. He's just plain adorable and I consider the ending to be one of the sweetest things I've ever seen hmm or is it read? My favorite scene is the part where he finally becomes a man...what do I mean by that chuckle well you will just have to read and see ;-) ^-^