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Ouran High School Host Club, Vol. 13 by [Hatori, Bisco]
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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...

About the Author

Bisco Hatori made her manga debut with Isshun kan no Romance (A Moment of Romance) in LaLa DX magazine. The comedy Ouran High School Host Club is her breakout hit. When she's stuck thinking up characters' names, she gets inspired by loud, upbeat music (her radio is set to NACK5 FM). She enjoys reading all kinds of manga, but she's especially fond of the sci-fi drama Please Save My Earth and Slam Dunk, a basketball classic.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 307249 KB
  • Print Length: 200 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (July 9 2012)
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  • Language: English
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x98e56054) out of 5 stars 15 reviews
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HASH(0x98e505c4) out of 5 stars Yay! Back to the funny! Nov. 4 2009
By Kaleidocherry - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I was pretty depressed at the overall tone of volume 12. There was a lot of introspection, and the club was split up in various places, so a lot of the humor that springs from the twins goading Tamaki, or Kyoya goading Tamaki, was missing. Luckily, things are back in a big way to being the funny host club I love. Kyoya is back from France, and Tamaki seems perfectly normal and back to his old self. There are a few precious panels with my faves Nekozawa and Kasanoda, but not enough...and then there is a little bit of love-introspection, but it's done in a funny way. Haruhi still seems like she's in the background here, but I don't care because it's well done. Mei comes back as a deus ex machina, but Ranka is not in the story at all. Oh well! Looking forward to #14!
HASH(0x98d9463c) out of 5 stars Haruhi and Tamaki actually get a clue! Aug. 26 2012
By Julie L. Hayes - Published on
Format: Paperback
The class trip to France behind them, life continues in Music Room #3; the Host Club assembles once more, and this time they take their faithful followers to Turkey! Tamaki has taken a renewed interest in the workings of the club, and between that and learning about his father's business, he is kept very busy. He's concerned about Haruhi possibly having a fever and keeps trying to talk her into going to the hospital. Meanwhile, the other members of the club are trying to analyse Haruhi and Tamaki, while Hikaru tries to deal with his own feelings toward Haruhi.

Haruhi heads home, where Mei is waiting for her. Haruhi confesses that she seems to be having an allergic reaction to Tamaki; she describes her symptoms--her heart hurts when she sees him, sometimes it palpitates, she feels feverish and she can't speak clearly...Before Mei can tell her what this means, Kaoru calls and implores her not to, but she leaves behind a girls' magazine which contains a ♥ test; Haruhi decides to take it, with surprising results. Well, surprising to her. The rest of us have known the truth for quite a while!

The next day, Haruhi runs into Tamaki and inquires as the previous day's meeting. She confesses to having stayed up too late, reading a magazine, even as she realizes she has all the symptoms--she's in love with Tamaki! Unable to handle the truth, she says she's going to the nurse and tells her she is leaving school, unwell, then she runs to Mei's school, confused and unsure.

The next day, a recovered Haruhi approaches the class president and the twins and tells them a skiing trip sounds great! (as long as the costs are kept down, of course). She's decided to be a more interactive Haruhi, and not simply go through the motions. She's going to do things and enjoy things, including skiing.

As a new interactive Haruhi, she suggests the Host Club cosplay Japanese folktales, and she assigns them parts. But their complaints are making her feel guilty for having spoken up. An unexpected find in the form of a treasure map leads to fun for all, though. Another outcome is that Hikaru confesses to Tamaki that he has feelings for Haruhi.
On with the ski trip! Somehow Haruhi ends up rooming with Hikaru, who is struggling to reconcile his own feelings with the possibility that he may have inadvertently clued Tamaki into discovering his own feelings for Haruhi. Hikaru tries to feel out Haruhi, without revealing too much information, and she gives him what advice she can, considering he's being very vague.

In a bonus episode, we see Tamaki's first day in Japan, and how it went.

I am so happy that Haruhi has finally gotten a clue! Now, if only Tamaki would do the same! We're really getting down to the heart and soul of the matter now. I feel sorry for Hikaru, for I can't see that his feelings for Haruhi will get him anywhere but heartbroken, and of course I am cheering for Haruhi and Tamaki to end up together. Only five volumes left!

The ski trip was cute, and so is the emerging Haruhi. She's finally coming out of her shell and developing, rather than just reacting to what happens around her. Great addition to the Host Club family!
HASH(0x98d94864) out of 5 stars Fun Shoujo series from start to end Aug. 1 2012
By Ren - Published on
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If your a fan of Ouran, your probably going to want to get or at least read the whole set. I read the last 6 volumes in a short period of time, so I don't remember all the details of the seperate volumes. This Volume continues with the same light hearted comedy mixed with the drama of the Love triangle between Hikaru, Tamaki and unbeknown to her, Haruhi. The later books really deepen the character development, so that one doesn't see the characters as "the host club" but rather as Mori, Honey, Tamaki, Kyoya, Hikaru, Kauro and Haruhi. This is one of my favorite Manga series, not just shoujo manga but manga in general.
HASH(0x98d94abc) out of 5 stars brings a new life July 10 2011
By Amazon Customer - Published on
Format: Paperback
Vol. 12 of ouran I found to be a bit dull and it killed my interest for a little while in the series, but this one reignited my love for the host club. The scenes where Haruhi is convinced her love for Tamaki is just a strange cold are adorable, but the new Hikaru/Karou dynamic just doesn't click with me as much as the old one did. However, I very much enjoy the leader qualities that Hunny is showing.

Very strong book all around. :D
HASH(0x98e357f8) out of 5 stars Awesome Manga, One of the Best of the Host Club Series July 17 2013
By Kris Pini - Published on
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The host club series is really interesting and has a unique concept. The characters are extremely likeable and fun. This manga mainly focuses on Haruhi confronting her feelings about Tamaki. The past several mangas have been leading up to a love square-type thing. Haruhi is physically ill, but is she sick or just confused? Every time she sees Tamaki her heart hurts. I would say this is a must read. I read it in an hour.