Rosario + Vampire, Paperback Book
4 out of 5 (5 ratings)

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All-round average teenager Tsukune can't get accepted to any high school save one...but on his first day, he finds the rest of the student body doesn't appear average in the least.

Best of all, the cutest girl on campus can't wait to fling her arms around his neck!

Wait a sec' - are those her teetharound his neck too...?

Tsukune's going to have one heck of a hickey when he gets home from Monster High!

But does he have a chance in H E double hockey sticks of raising his grades at a school where the turf war isn't between the jocks and the nerds but the vampiresand the werewolves? Question 7: As a human attending a school for monsters, encountering an exorcist you might expel...a) the demon inside you b) you from school c) a loud burp?

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 200 pages, chiefly col. Illustrations
  • Publisher: Viz Media, Subs. of Shogakukan Inc
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Manga
  • ISBN: 9781421519098

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This has been such a fun series. Action packed, funny, light-hearted, yet a true show of friendship. There are so many unique characters in this series so far. Everybook brings at least one (not to mention the regular cast). Check out the official summary. Although it is a generic summary for every volume so far, it does a good job of what the series is.<br/><br/>**WARNING-If you have not read previous volumes, this may contain spoilers for you!**<br/><br/>So, like the previous volume, we are still running with the theme of monstrels (a crossbreed: a mutt/mongrel). We meet another few who join in the hunt against Tsukune. Plus we get to learn more about the exorcist and the charm he placed on Tsukune. That guy is headed for trouble! I felt bad for him in this volume. He is really caught between a rock and a hard place. I liked how Kurumu is conflicted with what to do about her love rival, Moka. <br/><br/>This book did not have a lot of direct conflict going on, like in previous volumes, but was more a foreshadowing of what is to come. If left me with questions, but in a good way. Because now I get to go grab the next volume to get started on the answers! <br/>

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4

Ghouls and Monstrels oh my! Monstrels (a monster version of the human derogatory term "mongrel", meaning someone of mixed ethnic ancestry) are monsters who have a wide-range of powers and unknown parentage, unlike the "pure breeds" like Moka, are on the loose at the school. I like the idea of a sort of monster "lower class". At last, there might exist a woman that might NOT fall in love with Tsukune! Also, that exorcist/headmaster of the school is really creepy and I suspect that he knows that Tsukune is human.

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4

Ghouls and Monstrels oh my! Monstrels (a monster version of the human derogatory term "mongrel", meaning someone of mixed ethnic ancestry) are monsters who have a wide-range of powers and unknown parentage, unlike the "pure breeds" like Moka, are on the loose at the school. I like the idea of a sort of monster "lower class". At last, there might exist a woman that might NOT fall in love with Tsukune! Also, that exorcist/headmaster of the school is really creepy and I suspect that he knows that Tsukune is human.

Review by
4

Ghouls and Monstrels oh my! Monstrels (a monster version of the human derogatory term "mongrel", meaning someone of mixed ethnic ancestry) are monsters who have a wide-range of powers and unknown parentage, unlike the "pure breeds" like Moka, are on the loose at the school. I like the idea of a sort of monster "lower class". At last, there might exist a woman that might NOT fall in love with Tsukune! Also, that exorcist/headmaster of the school is really creepy and I suspect that he knows that Tsukune is human.

Review by
4

Ghouls and Monstrels oh my! Monstrels (a monster version of the human derogatory term "mongrel", meaning someone of mixed ethnic ancestry) are monsters who have a wide-range of powers and unknown parentage, unlike the "pure breeds" like Moka, are on the loose at the school. I like the idea of a sort of monster "lower class". At last, there might exist a woman that might NOT fall in love with Tsukune! Also, that exorcist/headmaster of the school is really creepy and I suspect that he knows that Tsukune is human.

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