An ARC of this book was provided by the publisher through Netgalley.
I'm not sure how to rate Oreimo
, or if to do it at all. Usually I'm a fan of all manga, except I try to keep my ecchi/josei categories to a minimum (nobody wants their mind polluted at an early age, right?). And while Oreimo
doesn't necessarily follow into either categories, I found myself not wanting to read it most of the time.
The reason I requested it on Netgalley was because it was manga
and volume 1
of it, so me being the stupid nerd otaku I am, jumped at the chance to request a manga.
Dialog seemed all right, except that maybe there were a little too much; but overall, the idea didn't appeal to me. As in, the art was good, the dialog was good, and so was the idea, but I ended up skipping through most of the parts.
I guess this type of genre isn't for me, so no rating from me, seeing how other people enjoyed it.