This was really fun to read.
The Monster Mums are really funny and very pretty and for me they were the highlights of this book. If I were to describe their looks and personalities I would say that they were exaggerated versions of their daughters. Miia’s mum is more sexually assertive, Papi’s mum is more of a birdbrain and Cerea’s mum has bigger pride.
I laughed many times but I was also touched at times too. Conflict did rise between the Monster Mums and their daughters, especially when Kimihito was involved. The conflict I think happened due to the cultural differences between the Monster Mums and Kimihito and the Mums are not used to the social custom in human society.
I was a bit surprised to learn a few things, especially Miia’s original intention for studying the Interspecies Programme. Even though she advances on Kimihito often it does make me realise just how innocent she really is. I admire her strength and resolve. Cerea’s and Papi’s resolve are equally as strong and I think it’s pretty cool as they genuinely like Kimihito for who he is and likewise he likes all the girls for who they are.
I think Suu’s hit the nail on the head. Marrying all the girls would be the most sensible solution and I think if monogamy was legal and plausible in Japan then I think he would marry them all without question. Perhaps something will change or a loophole will come up but for now he needs to work hard to find his bride to be. I do think he’s over-doing it though and it will be interesting to see what will happen in the next book.
This book made me laugh but also made me anxious, but in a good way.
I never realised that Lala’s skin colour was blue. I like Lala and for some reason I think the blue skin makes her more cute and unique. Her role was rather small in this book but I feel that her panel time was very significant. I’m not sure I understand the words that she speaks but I think her feelings towards Kimihito are no different than the rest of the Monster Girls. =)