Chibi Vampire Volume 6 by Yuna Kagesaki
Published: Los Angeles, CA : Tokyopop, c2007
Series: Book 6, Chibi Vampire
Clueless Kenta is finally getting closer to figuring out that Karin has a secret crush on him. But everything explodes—literally!—when Kenta's grandmother hires a detective to track Kenta down and bring him back to their hometown. A case of mistaken identity turns magic when Karin's family bans her from seeing the very person she can't live without! Will Karin finally be forced to confess her love?
Chibi Vampire Volume 6 was quite good. While I found some of the earlier books in the series to be slightly more exciting I thought that this one was pretty good too.
At first I found Volume 6 to be a bit confusing because I wasn't entirely sure about what was going on. Eventually it all became clear though so it was quite good.
Volume 6 was quite a lot more serious than previous ones so it sparked different emotions. There were certainly a lot of revelations about characters that made me feel sorry for a couple of the characters.
Overall, it was pretty good, the illustrations were pretty good.
The ending was really good and left me wanting more, I can't wait to read the next one to find out what happens.
I'd recommend this to anyone who is a fan of manga or vampires. I would also strongly recommend reading the whole series in order.
My Rating: φφφφ