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Is Hakomari really all it's cracked up to be?
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>>100304995
>No.6

lmao
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>>100304995
>MAL
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>Novels
>Monogatari series first/second season

But that the ani-
There are seperate no-

You know what, fuck you.
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Ugh, I prefer MAL top anime.
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Wow, MAL likes HakoMari more than Spice and Wolf?

It's actually really really good though. Just try it.
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>>100304995
Yes, you may or may not like the main characters development.
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>>100305258
Your autism is making understanding of what you mean difficult. The novels are separated in three seasons, that's why the anime adapted the second season as a whole instead of calling it zenmonogatari or some shit.
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>MAL

But Hakomari is really great.
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Not really. The writing is awful full of generic shit you see in everything but the dark nature of it and fast translation led to a huge influx of readers from word of mouth and viral.

It's a 7/10 at best.
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It's better than most Light Novels. Really what sets it apart is that it's alot darker than most light novels, even though there's still alot of teen melodrama here and there, especially in the most recent two volumes.

Kokone and her retarded obsession with Daiya, to the point where she admits she's willing to kill anyone and everyone for his sake really irritates the shit out of me. The story was going great until it started being disrupted by her incredibly dramatic, exaggerated, relationship with him.
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>>100309787

That being said I still wish there were more light novels with an atmosphere as dark as Hakomari. At the least, just to deviate for the normal shit you see
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>>100309787
>dramatic, exaggerated, relationship with him.
Yeah, I can almost understand what the author was going for with her, but in the end it stood pretty weak next to the other relationships in the series.

Daiya as a 'failed Maria' was fascinating, though. He and Kazu are what made the latter novels.
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>>100310177
Wait, I should have said 'failed Aya'.



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