• Title: Honey Blood: Tale Zero
  • Author: Miko Mitsuki
  • ISBN: 9781421573397
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
  • Honey Blood Tale Zero When a girl at her school is attacked by what seems to be a vampire high school student Hinata Sorazono refuses to believe that vampires even exist But then she meets her new neighbor Junya Tokinaga
    When a girl at her school is attacked by what seems to be a vampire, high school student Hinata Sorazono refuses to believe that vampires even exist But then she meets her new neighbor, Junya Tokinaga, the author of an incredibly popular vampire romance novel 8230 Could it be that Junya 8217 s actually a vampire 8212 and worse yet, the culprit Honey BlooWhen a girl at her school is attacked by what seems to be a vampire, high school student Hinata Sorazono refuses to believe that vampires even exist But then she meets her new neighbor, Junya Tokinaga, the author of an incredibly popular vampire romance novel 8230 Could it be that Junya 8217 s actually a vampire 8212 and worse yet, the culprit Honey Blood Tale 0 is where Hinata and Junya 8217 s love story originally began In addition to the one shot chapters that made Honey Blood 8217 s serialization possible, this volume contains two bonus short stories from the author

    One Reply to “Honey Blood: Tale Zero”

    1. Well. That was not what I was expecting.My one problem with this series is that it just kind of ended without explaining too much of Junya and Setsuna’s history—short series wise, it was fine, but it still ends up being a little too “Wait, what?” for me. And I was kind of hoping that maybe there would be a short story in here to explain things. Instead we get the original three stories that were the basis for Honey Blood and then two bonus original one-shots.I actually really liked the o [...]

    2. I remembered really enjoying this series before so I picked this one up at the library. It was sweet, but the main story was just a “teaser” of the series I already read. There were two other one shots included, though, and both were super adorable.

    3. More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress/Honey Blood collects the original short story, two side stories, and then two non-related one shots. From the author's comments, these stories were the basis of the 2-Volume Honey Blood story and were not intended to further explain or expound upon the abruptly ended series. They are more like throwaway chapters that could have gone into volumes 1 or 2. The two extra non-related stand alone stories are, unfortunately, just as forgett [...]

    4. ~3.5/5After the last volume, which ended with still lots of questions, I wasn’t sure what to expect with this. I knew that it was the first draft of what became the two volume series, but still.I was surprised with how much had actually changed. The first three chapters are the prequel story, and in them, Hinata is a completely different character. Instead of being pessimistic about love and off-put regarding the novels, she’s a hopeless romantic, who immediately falls for Junya. It could ha [...]

    5. This volume is a bunch of one-shots/side stories that take place in the world of Honey Blood. While these short chapters round out some of characters a little, some of the stories do not seem to be connected and the final chapter/story I really felt was not complete or a definite end was not fully given. I can make some assumptions but it left me wondering if I was right or not. Overall the illustrations are lovely as always to look at and the stories are cute but this volume was just ok in my o [...]

    6. While the non-series short stories in the back were okay, this was just in general the kind of series that made me say, "Eh. It exists and I read it." While the vampire mythology is interestingly different, there just isn't much about any of the three Honey Blood volumes to make them worth recommending.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *