Love Hina, Vol. 14 PDF/EPUB ☆ Love Hina, PDF or

Love Hina, Vol. 14 PDF/EPUB ☆ Love Hina, PDF or


Love Hina, Vol. 14 [EPUB] ✺ Love Hina, Vol. 14 Author Ken Akamatsu – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk At the age of , Keitaro and his childhood sweetheart promised to meet again as students at Japan s most prestigious university Now , he can t pass his entrance examsor even remember the girl s name St At the age of , Keitaro and his childhood sweetheart promised to meet again as students at Japan s most prestigious university Now , he can t pass his entrance examsor even remember the girl s name Stumbing into a fluke job at an all girls dormitory may be his last chance In the series that inspired the new hit anime, Love Hina proves that love conquers all Even stupidity.


10 thoughts on “Love Hina, Vol. 14

  1. Sarah Sarah says:

    Im glad I took the time to read these books again, they were the first manga I read and I loved them Now they may seem a little silly and childish but are still just as fun, thank you for the memories


  2. Alex Shrugged Alex Shrugged says:

    The cover art has a wedding picture with Naru and Keitaro It is difficult to give away the ending, eh As the story goes, it seems as if this relationship will not work out Naru fears that Keitaro s feelings for her will change because she believes she is not Keitaro s promise girl Obviously they work that problem out Otherwise no wedding All is revealed Like we don t already know Any problems with the story It continues with the same ridiculous excuses for Keitaro and Naru avoidin The cover art has a wedding picture with Naru and Keitaro It is difficult to give away the ending, eh As the story goes, it seems as if this relationship will not work out Naru fears that Keitaro s feelings for her will change because she believes she is not Keitaro s promise girl Obviously they work that problem out Otherwise no wedding All is revealed Like we don t already know Any problems with the story It continues with the same ridiculous excuses for Keitaro and Naru avoiding having premarital sex It is only interesting in the various ways in which the author can find for the determined couple not to couple.Included in this volume is an afterword from the author and some apologies to the characters themselves by the author Also a new character is introduced, Ema Maeda She has heard of the magic of Hinata House and has finally found the place, She walks into the middle of wedding plans for the lucky couple Her character acts as a foil for the author to reintroduce the characters of Love Hina 4 years later That actually works.If you have read this far, you already find the modesty issues tolerable At this point they are predictable and the author does not disappoint.Over all, I enjoyed reading the series I might look for volumes 1 3 just to see how it all got started I bought this series because it looked interesting and it was on closeout for 1 a volume It was missing books 1, 2 and 3 It has been sitting on my shelves for years waiting to be read Now was the time


  3. Maud Maud says:

    This is the score for the overall series It had some good moments, it had some dull moments, it had some stupid moments But I liked the character of Narusegawa Naru and Shinobu and Motoko were interesting too The other ones were too shallow, too one dimensional, stereotypes I hated it that literally EVERYONE wanted to be with Keitarou Maybe that is what happens when there is only one man available in a series like this I m mixed regarding this series, finally I finished it.


  4. Marie Poppins Marie Poppins says:

    Une s rie r gressive mais qui reste vraiment agr able lire Les graphismes sont tr s beaux, et les r f rences la culture traditionnelle japonaise sont tr s appr ciables Un excellent moment de relecture


  5. Briana Williams Briana Williams says:

    Sadly this series has come to an end I m so happy that I discovered these books in my siblings room when I was younger Although most of it is cliche and repetitive, I enjoyed it immensely.


  6. Natalie Natalie says:

    Ages 16


  7. Eric Mesa Eric Mesa says:

    Well, approximately 12 years later I m done with Love Hina I think this book was the perfect ending to this story Akamatsu played with us right until the end I think both the true ending and the epilogue could have been predicted by anyone, but I confess I had my doubts for two reasons 1 from what I know I haven t gone through all of the anime or manga yet , Ranma 1 2 leaves Akane and Ranma in a stalemate 2 Akamatsu made Love Hina a self aware comic They played with nearly every manga Well, approximately 12 years later I m done with Love Hina I think this book was the perfect ending to this story Akamatsu played with us right until the end I think both the true ending and the epilogue could have been predicted by anyone, but I confess I had my doubts for two reasons 1 from what I know I haven t gone through all of the anime or manga yet , Ranma 1 2 leaves Akane and Ranma in a stalemate 2 Akamatsu made Love Hina a self aware comic They played with nearly every manga and specifically harem manga trope and lampshaded, deconstructed, or reconstructed them sometimes all three Like many Manga ka from this period and like my current favorite American comic artist Brandon Graham , he got his start in hentai so the fan service did get a bit much at times, especially as I got older This book was relatively free of insane fan service most of it was relatively tame although one scene in the Epilogue Anyway, the review is starting to ramble on because, unlike American trades, there haven t always been well delineated storylines per book and less so on this one because Akamatsu was just putting the finishing touches on a long series Let s just say that recent books made me worry about what this one would be and my fears were unfounded


  8. Robert Beveridge Robert Beveridge says:

    Ken Akamatsu, Love Hina vol 14 Tokyopop, 2003 And so we come to the end of Love Hina, and man, am I sorry to see it go It ended up becoming one of my favorite manga series over the months I read it, and the final volume was no exception There were, as there always seem to be in final volumes, a few too many loose ends tied up farabruptly than they should be, but the book still has a great sense of humor and a strong story arc especially since it s an abbreviated volume, with teo epilo Ken Akamatsu, Love Hina vol 14 Tokyopop, 2003 And so we come to the end of Love Hina, and man, am I sorry to see it go It ended up becoming one of my favorite manga series over the months I read it, and the final volume was no exception There were, as there always seem to be in final volumes, a few too many loose ends tied up farabruptly than they should be, but the book still has a great sense of humor and a strong story arc especially since it s an abbreviated volume, with teo epilogues featuring a new guest at Hinata House taking up the remainder of the space This volume s question, of course, is whether Keitaro and Naru are finally going to get hitched, but as always, there s something in the way Keitaro s discoveries over the past volumes combined with Seta s retirement, have led to the Joint Tokyo University Pararakelse Archaeology Committee extending Keitaro a job offer Can Naru give up her dreams of being with him in order to cheer on Keitaro s dreams It did make me wonder why she couldn t just go with him A wonderful series comes to a strong end Definitely worthwhile


  9. Sara Sara says:

    I first saw this manga when I was much younger at my local library I was very skeptical and thought it was a stupid concept I recently received most of the series from a friend, and actually found myself enjoying it While there was a bit too much fan service for my own personal tastes, I couldn t help but root for Keitaro the entire time I have a soft spot for the dorky, klutzy, awkward male underdogs in manga Well, I should say those types of characters in general, but you get the idea S I first saw this manga when I was much younger at my local library I was very skeptical and thought it was a stupid concept I recently received most of the series from a friend, and actually found myself enjoying it While there was a bit too much fan service for my own personal tastes, I couldn t help but root for Keitaro the entire time I have a soft spot for the dorky, klutzy, awkward male underdogs in manga Well, I should say those types of characters in general, but you get the idea Some of the scenes get very repetitive, Ken Akamatsu somehow manages to keep the reoccurring events fresh, and entertaining Overall, I m fairly happy with this series I don t think it s as awesome as some people make it out to be, but it certainly was a fun read, and I m very content with the conclusion


  10. Ash Slaughter Ash Slaughter says:

    I m only rating this one I first read Love Hina in 2004 and hadn t read it again in nine years Over the last weekend I ve rediscovered a series I loved when i was a teenager and had no knowledge of the world compared to now, and rereading the series is a totally different perspective, and I am going to miss the characters I fell in love with again for sure, and I wish it wasn t over Everything was resolved, in a satisfying way, where protagonists truly had to earn their ending, but I ll mis I m only rating this one I first read Love Hina in 2004 and hadn t read it again in nine years Over the last weekend I ve rediscovered a series I loved when i was a teenager and had no knowledge of the world compared to now, and rereading the series is a totally different perspective, and I am going to miss the characters I fell in love with again for sure, and I wish it wasn t over Everything was resolved, in a satisfying way, where protagonists truly had to earn their ending, but I ll miss them anyway That said, the series isnt perfect and it s waydirty than I remember I m almost embarassed to be seen with these, but ultimately I enjoyed them so I dont give a shit


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10 thoughts on “Love Hina, Vol. 14

  1. Sarah Sarah says:

    Im glad I took the time to read these books again, they were the first manga I read and I loved them Now they may seem a little silly and childish but are still just as fun, thank you for the memories

  2. Alex Shrugged Alex Shrugged says:

    The cover art has a wedding picture with Naru and Keitaro It is difficult to give away the ending, eh As the story goes, it seems as if this relationship will not work out Naru fears that Keitaro s feelings for her will change because she believes she is not Keitaro s promise girl Obviously they work that problem out Otherwise no wedding All is revealed Like we don t already know Any problems with the story It continues with the same ridiculous excuses for Keitaro and Naru avoidin The cover art has a wedding picture with Naru and Keitaro It is difficult to give away the ending, eh As the story goes, it seems as if this relationship will not work out Naru fears that Keitaro s feelings for her will change because she believes she is not Keitaro s promise girl Obviously they work that problem out Otherwise no wedding All is revealed Like we don t already know Any problems with the story It continues with the same ridiculous excuses for Keitaro and Naru avoiding having premarital sex It is only interesting in the various ways in which the author can find for the determined couple not to couple.Included in this volume is an afterword from the author and some apologies to the characters themselves by the author Also a new character is introduced, Ema Maeda She has heard of the magic of Hinata House and has finally found the place, She walks into the middle of wedding plans for the lucky couple Her character acts as a foil for the author to reintroduce the characters of Love Hina 4 years later That actually works.If you have read this far, you already find the modesty issues tolerable At this point they are predictable and the author does not disappoint.Over all, I enjoyed reading the series I might look for volumes 1 3 just to see how it all got started I bought this series because it looked interesting and it was on closeout for 1 a volume It was missing books 1, 2 and 3 It has been sitting on my shelves for years waiting to be read Now was the time

  3. Maud Maud says:

    This is the score for the overall series It had some good moments, it had some dull moments, it had some stupid moments But I liked the character of Narusegawa Naru and Shinobu and Motoko were interesting too The other ones were too shallow, too one dimensional, stereotypes I hated it that literally EVERYONE wanted to be with Keitarou Maybe that is what happens when there is only one man available in a series like this I m mixed regarding this series, finally I finished it.

  4. Marie Poppins Marie Poppins says:

    Une s rie r gressive mais qui reste vraiment agr able lire Les graphismes sont tr s beaux, et les r f rences la culture traditionnelle japonaise sont tr s appr ciables Un excellent moment de relecture

  5. Briana Williams Briana Williams says:

    Sadly this series has come to an end I m so happy that I discovered these books in my siblings room when I was younger Although most of it is cliche and repetitive, I enjoyed it immensely.

  6. Natalie Natalie says:

    Ages 16

  7. Eric Mesa Eric Mesa says:

    Well, approximately 12 years later I m done with Love Hina I think this book was the perfect ending to this story Akamatsu played with us right until the end I think both the true ending and the epilogue could have been predicted by anyone, but I confess I had my doubts for two reasons 1 from what I know I haven t gone through all of the anime or manga yet , Ranma 1 2 leaves Akane and Ranma in a stalemate 2 Akamatsu made Love Hina a self aware comic They played with nearly every manga Well, approximately 12 years later I m done with Love Hina I think this book was the perfect ending to this story Akamatsu played with us right until the end I think both the true ending and the epilogue could have been predicted by anyone, but I confess I had my doubts for two reasons 1 from what I know I haven t gone through all of the anime or manga yet , Ranma 1 2 leaves Akane and Ranma in a stalemate 2 Akamatsu made Love Hina a self aware comic They played with nearly every manga and specifically harem manga trope and lampshaded, deconstructed, or reconstructed them sometimes all three Like many Manga ka from this period and like my current favorite American comic artist Brandon Graham , he got his start in hentai so the fan service did get a bit much at times, especially as I got older This book was relatively free of insane fan service most of it was relatively tame although one scene in the Epilogue Anyway, the review is starting to ramble on because, unlike American trades, there haven t always been well delineated storylines per book and less so on this one because Akamatsu was just putting the finishing touches on a long series Let s just say that recent books made me worry about what this one would be and my fears were unfounded

  8. Robert Beveridge Robert Beveridge says:

    Ken Akamatsu, Love Hina vol 14 Tokyopop, 2003 And so we come to the end of Love Hina, and man, am I sorry to see it go It ended up becoming one of my favorite manga series over the months I read it, and the final volume was no exception There were, as there always seem to be in final volumes, a few too many loose ends tied up farabruptly than they should be, but the book still has a great sense of humor and a strong story arc especially since it s an abbreviated volume, with teo epilo Ken Akamatsu, Love Hina vol 14 Tokyopop, 2003 And so we come to the end of Love Hina, and man, am I sorry to see it go It ended up becoming one of my favorite manga series over the months I read it, and the final volume was no exception There were, as there always seem to be in final volumes, a few too many loose ends tied up farabruptly than they should be, but the book still has a great sense of humor and a strong story arc especially since it s an abbreviated volume, with teo epilogues featuring a new guest at Hinata House taking up the remainder of the space This volume s question, of course, is whether Keitaro and Naru are finally going to get hitched, but as always, there s something in the way Keitaro s discoveries over the past volumes combined with Seta s retirement, have led to the Joint Tokyo University Pararakelse Archaeology Committee extending Keitaro a job offer Can Naru give up her dreams of being with him in order to cheer on Keitaro s dreams It did make me wonder why she couldn t just go with him A wonderful series comes to a strong end Definitely worthwhile

  9. Sara Sara says:

    I first saw this manga when I was much younger at my local library I was very skeptical and thought it was a stupid concept I recently received most of the series from a friend, and actually found myself enjoying it While there was a bit too much fan service for my own personal tastes, I couldn t help but root for Keitaro the entire time I have a soft spot for the dorky, klutzy, awkward male underdogs in manga Well, I should say those types of characters in general, but you get the idea S I first saw this manga when I was much younger at my local library I was very skeptical and thought it was a stupid concept I recently received most of the series from a friend, and actually found myself enjoying it While there was a bit too much fan service for my own personal tastes, I couldn t help but root for Keitaro the entire time I have a soft spot for the dorky, klutzy, awkward male underdogs in manga Well, I should say those types of characters in general, but you get the idea Some of the scenes get very repetitive, Ken Akamatsu somehow manages to keep the reoccurring events fresh, and entertaining Overall, I m fairly happy with this series I don t think it s as awesome as some people make it out to be, but it certainly was a fun read, and I m very content with the conclusion

  10. Ash Slaughter Ash Slaughter says:

    I m only rating this one I first read Love Hina in 2004 and hadn t read it again in nine years Over the last weekend I ve rediscovered a series I loved when i was a teenager and had no knowledge of the world compared to now, and rereading the series is a totally different perspective, and I am going to miss the characters I fell in love with again for sure, and I wish it wasn t over Everything was resolved, in a satisfying way, where protagonists truly had to earn their ending, but I ll mis I m only rating this one I first read Love Hina in 2004 and hadn t read it again in nine years Over the last weekend I ve rediscovered a series I loved when i was a teenager and had no knowledge of the world compared to now, and rereading the series is a totally different perspective, and I am going to miss the characters I fell in love with again for sure, and I wish it wasn t over Everything was resolved, in a satisfying way, where protagonists truly had to earn their ending, but I ll miss them anyway That said, the series isnt perfect and it s waydirty than I remember I m almost embarassed to be seen with these, but ultimately I enjoyed them so I dont give a shit

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