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The Demon Prince of Momochi House, Vol. 1

by Aya Shouoto

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Not what I was expecting but the art is enough to keep me with the series. ( )
  Marisa_Labbe | Jun 21, 2017 |
This review is for the story I've read so far, which goes through Volume 3. No real spoilers, but I may have story elements from all three volumes mixed up in here.

Himari Momochi is an orphan who inherits a house on her sixteenth birthday. When she arrives, she finds the house already inhabited by three very, very pretty teenage boys and a bunch of Pokemon. The house is apparently the gateway between our world and the demon world and the pretty boys are two demons and a human who serves as the vessel for the Nue--the guardian of the border between the worlds. The Pokemon are supposedly demons, but they are small, cute, and round and can grow in power, so I'm sticking with thinking of them as Pokemon. Aoi/the Nue hasn't left the house since he wandered in at the age of ten, so he sometimes acts like a little kid and has a tendency to crawl into bed with Himari, who has no qualms about calling him on his shit. The whole story is a weird combination of sweet and slightly creepy and occasionally downright scary that somehow works. There are a couple of things that don't quite work--like another demon being adopted into Aoi's retinue and then never making an appearance again, except as a background element and how none of them have money, but there's always food--but it's entertaining and the boys are sooooo pretty. I'll definitely keep going with this one. ( )
  BillieBook | Mar 1, 2016 |
3.5-almost 4 stars ( )
  jljaina | Oct 7, 2015 |
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