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No Vampire, No Happy Ending, Vol.1 by Shinya Shinya

No Vampire, No Happy Ending, Vol. 1 by Shinya Shinya

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

This was such a weird book but I low-key loved it.

The characters were all really lovable, and the plot was strange but funny. I loved the animation and the humour was on point. I kept laughing because Arika was just hilarious and a little (okay, maybe very) crazy. The characters had consistent personalities and began to grow on me as I got farther into the book.

I thought the concept of the novel was unique and executed well. Arika discovers a vampire but he doesn’t live up to her fanatic and slightly (to say the least) high expectations. She begins to train him, but encounters obstacles along the way, like a sweet tooth and enemies that stand in their way.

I’ve never read something like this, but I still enjoyed it immensely, even though it very bizarre at times, it managed to be light and funny without coming off as forced. It’s a great read for when you just want to laugh and have fun with a book.

Now I’m off to sulk because I love the characters and I NEED TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENS NEXT!

Review copy provided by the publisher and netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

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