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Hanamonogatari: Flower Tale

Paperback - 20 June 2018
Nisioisin (Author)
Vofan (Illustrator)
Joseph, Daniel (Translator)
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Our sorry hero, his reformed girlfriend, and the amnesiac class president have all graduated from their high school out in the boondocks, and self-described Sapphist and ex-basketball ace Kanbaru, retired by reason of an "injury," is starting her senior year and the narrator of this volume--her voice far more introspectivethan the smutty jock's we thought we knew.

Bereft of the company of her beloved mentors, the only other person around her with any working knowledge of aberrations the junior Ogi Oshino, apparently a relative of the Hawaiian-shirted folklorist, she feels a bit alone and blue, and sick with dread that the devil residing in her left arm courtesy of the Monkey's Paw might act up again while she sleeps.

Investigating a rumor that she fears might lead back to her, the former star ends up peering into an abyss of negativity called Roka--a "wax flower" to take the characters' meaning. Trapped in a pit the like of which could only be escaped by the one girl who was able to pull off slam-dunks in her basketball nationals, can the penitent Kanbaru, however, still be aggressive?

Customer Reviews

1 customer reviews Between 4−5 stars rating, 12 June 2019
My second favorite arc
By: Dion Wahyudi

Kanbaru was one of my least favorite characters of the series prior to Hana since she was given little depth and was always portrayed as a sex maniac, but here we get to see more depth of her, her inner thoughts and how she deals with ambivalence. Reading this made me appreciate her much more. I really enjoyed how she narrates this book - was much less cringeworthy than the way Araragi usually does (but Hanekawa is still my favorite narrator so far). It covers a heavy topic even for Monogatari series, though I won't spoil here, and it's relevant to teen problems today. I guess that's what made it resonate with me so much. 

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