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Nisekoi: False Love, Vol. 5: Typhoon Paperback – September 2, 2014
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So far, the manga is definitely going more into Chitoge's story than the anime did.
I think this is the best harem series I’ve read or watched thus far. Which means that most others I read or watch will be held up to this one, and is unlikely to beat it. If asked to recommend a harem, this will be the one I go to. It’s just that good.
So this volume is full of lots of more gang antics. Ichijo meets Marika’s daughter, he helps out Onodera at her family’s sweets shop, there’s a study session including a lie detector machine, Ichijo and Chitoge find a lost puppy, there’s a festival, and then they go to the beach, leaving a surprising cliffhanger. All the while, there’s the lock-and-key problem, and now all of the people involved know that they’re all involved. But since Ichijo’s lock is still getting fixed, there is no other progress on that front.
I’m now a fan of Marika. Her accent won me over--apparently I'm that easy. I’m not in favor of her for Ichijo, I don’t think, but I do like her as a character. I understand her more, and I like her now. I like all of the characters at this point, which is impressive. It’s awesome, even.
I think the more I read of this series, the more I love it, and the higher it moves on my to-buy list. I’m excited for the next one.
[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]
The interplay between Mariko, Onodera and Chitoke is marvelous, but the real highlight of the volume is Ichijo meeting Mariko's father, the police chief with a huge scar on his face and soulless eyes. I also liked the bit with the lie detector, and the volume ends on somewhat of a cliffhanger. *****
~ Spoiler ~
There are more than 1 key... and Chitoge is finally coming around to her feelings.