Perfect Girl Evolution Vol. 5

MEET THE PARENTSSunako Nakahara and her four handsome housemates are enjoying their glamorous lifestyle at her aunt s mansion until Sunako s father makes a surprise appearance After learning that Sunako is going out with Kyohei, he flies all the way from Africa to investigate whether Kyohei is worthy of his precious daughter Sunako vows to keep at least one secret from hMEET THE PARENTSSunako Nakahara and her four handsome housemates are enjoying their glamorous lifestyle at her aunt s mansion until Sunako s father makes a surprise appearance After learning that Sunako is going out with Kyohei, he flies all the way from Africa to investigate whether Kyohei is worthy of his precious daughter Sunako vows to keep at least one secret from her prying father her room full of horror movie memorabilia She urges him to leave immediately and peacefully But will she be able to bid him a fond farewell before Kyohei is worn out by his tests and her blessed haven is discovered
Perfect Girl Evolution Vol MEET THE PARENTSSunako Nakahara and her four handsome housemates are enjoying their glamorous lifestyle at her aunt s mansion until Sunako s father makes a surprise appearance After learning that Suna

  • Title: Perfect Girl Evolution Vol. 5
  • Author: Tomoko Hayakawa
  • ISBN: 9792083235
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Perfect Girl Evolution Vol. 5”

    1. This manga is so silly and sometimes, very senseless that it is funny.- chapter 19: all girls at school are jealous of Sunako because she is close to the guys. There are 4 girls who are desperately in love with the boys, and they try to harm Sunako and Naie. The boys come in just in time before Sunako 'kills' the girls.- chapter 20: Valentine's day. Probably the most silly chapter. The boys try by all means to avoid the herd of girls who want to give them chocolates. On the other hand, Sunako wa [...]

    2. I felt like this was a quicker read than the earlier volumes of this series. I did, however, enjoy the Valentine's story and the flashback to before Sunako arrived at the house.

    3. Sunak0's fam is actually really interesting. Her mother is beautiful and she gets her insane strength from her dad! She was so cute as a child too. What a unique fam. Also, the fact that Takano proved himself to Sunako's dad is JALROIWOIAFIAFHOIA! I'm serious when I say I'm so trash for this ship. This volume was really backstory filled. We learned what was Toyama's life before being part of the 4 and how the situation was that made it so that these actually really rich boys came to have to actu [...]

    4. This series is very silly, but cute. It never fails to make me laugh. Reminds me of Ouran High School Host Club.

    5. The Wallflower, Vol. 5 is another great addition to the series! This volume starts off with a “bonus story” it’s only a couple of pages long and is a mixture of fairy tales - Momotaro, Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella and Snow White. From there we go into the first chapter where we are introduced to the Goth/Loli fangirls as they jealously attempt to rid themselves of the “competition”. Let me just say I really love the friendship between Noi-chan and Sunako-chan! We also get to se [...]

    6. Overall Rating: BSynopsis: A Shōjo comedy/romance manga created by Tomoko Hayakawa. At the beginning of the manga, Sunako Nakahara confesses her love to a boy, who utterly rejects her and tells her she's ugly. As any reasonably young person would do, Sunako then discards all traces of her femininity, and retreats into odd and morbid hobbies, such as collecting skulls. Fortunately, Sunako's aunt owns a mansion that four gorgeous boys live in (huh?). Apparently, the boys pay rent to live in the m [...]

    7. Overall series review (mostly) 4 Stars - so far, I’ve still got a few to go… Additional: Like most long running series there are some duff chapters/volumes Sunako is my spirit animal. Only she’s not an animal… we’d be ideal friends if both of us came out of our caves long enough to interact. I re-started The Wallflower series this year and it while I do think it’s too long (36 book total) and doesn’t actually develop much past its initial plot. I also like it for this reason. In a [...]

    8. This novel has Sunako's father appearing after he discovers that his baby girl is in a "relationship" with Kyohei. Of course Kyohei tries to explain, but to no avail. Many humorous things happen, of course, but the story is pretty well plotted out. There's one or two parts that do get a bit saggy throughout the volume, but overall it's a decent read. My only complaint is that this volume is the first step in a long line of following volumes that contain too much filler. Filler can be fun, but no [...]

    9. I didn't quite enjoy it as the previous volumes. I'd like some character growth in the group as a whole (though there wasn't much time for that in this volume, since two of the stories were basically flashbacks and another was a special and not a regular chapter), and, once again, I have to say that I'd like to see more of Sunako in her fully humanoid form (though her normal form is adorable).It's still good, though, and I'm definitely going to keep reading.

    10. Sunako just wants some chocolate & peace, but the boys keep getting chased around so much that she can't enjoy some decent peace & quiet for some chocolate. Sunako's father comes to visit & wants Kyohei to take care of Sunako. She doesn't want her father to see her room. Everything funny goes down.

    11. Such a funny sounding premise, but urg, the art lost me fairly quickly. And after a while, the mangaka flat out admits that she stops drawing Sunako for the most part. Some pages are just a scribbly mess. I'd have like it to stay more parody-like as opposed to going off into bizarre-o land, but well, it takes all kinds.

    12. 4'75/5I still don't like the sexism but I guess I have to put up with it because of japanese culture and besides it's proven how women can be way better than men.WE'VE MET SUNAKO'S PARENTS! And they're as weird as her. We also get to know more about the Radiant Creatures and their past. Next volume, we'll about TAKANO!

    13. Huzzah, Noi is on the cover. She's actually the only completely nice person in the entire series!That said, it's a relatively entertaining volume with two major arcs, one being a classic Valentine's Day arc with some entertaining twists for those who know the traditional Japanese practices. The second arc begins origin an story for the boys but it isn't as good as the main plot.

    14. I don't know why but I love to eat chocolate while reading this episode Valentine's day! Poor guys, seriously I would never want to be in their shoes. I never saw girls being so madly mad about guys.

    15. Loved this series. I love reverse harem type series especially when the girl is considered to be 'plain.' Nakahara was a hilarious character and I loved all of her creepy ways.It was similar in my mind to Boys Over Flowers. Same general concept and characters.

    16. El capítulo 22 le di un toque especial a este tomo.SPOILER!¿Cómo se conocieron Ranmaru, Yukinojo y Takenaga? Esa duda se resuelve en el mencionado capítulo y al parecer más en el futuro tendremos la historia de Kyouhei

    17. lol! This series is so funny at first, but I kind of got tired of the same ol' same ol'. The character art is nice, especially the eyes! But there should really be someone concentrating on backgrounds.

    18. I find it funny that all of the books are supposed to be about making Sunako-chan into a lady, yet in each book, they get pretty close, then give up again. Mostly just sub-plots again in this one, but less creepiness from Sunako-chan. Sigh I like her creepiest side.

    19. Sunako's father showed up in this volume, and of course he misunderstood that Kyohei was toying with his daughter. OH my goodness, the drama, the drama!

    20. This volume totally surprised me. I had thought the guys were childhood friends or school friends but boy was I wrong!Fascinating and fun series.

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