This review contains spoilers.
On her sixteenth birthday, orphan Himari Momochi inherits her ancestral estate that she’s never seen. Momochi House exists on the barrier between the human and spiritual realms, and Himari is meant to act as guardian between the two worlds. But on the day she moves in, she finds three handsome squatters already living in the house, and one seems to have already taken over her role!
The art that accompanies the story line is genuinely eye catching. And the story itself is very easy to follow. I actually have thoughts about the end of this first volume. I mean, PLOT TWIST, HELLO!
First off though, there are some things that bother me about Aoi. The fact that he’s so self-concious about himself turning into the Nue. On one hand it kind of pisses me off–no lie. On the other, I find it hilarious.
What I liked about this first volume of The Demon Prince of Momochi House is that it’s memorable to me. I actually genuinely like the characters, and I’ve already fan casted a few of the characters’ voice actors. And the main character is quite sassy as well. I really like Himari’s character, and I am very excited about reading the rest of the series.
I’m not giving up. Just because they’re gorgeous doesn’t mean they can do whatever they want.
I mean, same.
I’m very very excited to read the next book, but i’m especially excited to read the rest of the series, so hopefully my library gets the books into their system soon!
Overall I truly enjoyed reading the first volume of The Demon Prince of Momochi House. I give this first volume 3.5 stars.