Mori no Majuu ni Hanataba wo
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Mori no Majuu ni Hanataba wo

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: A Bouquet for the Beast of the Forest, Flowers for the Forest Beasts
Japanese: 森の魔獣に花束を


Information

Volumes: 1
Chapters: 10
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 18, 2012
Genres: Fantasy Fantasy, Romance Romance
Serialization: None
Authors: Kogi, Kimito (Story), Soto (Art)

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Ranked: #400662
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Popularity: #34201
Members: 202
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Volumes: /1
Chapters: /10

Synopsis

In a world dominated by swords and magic, Cleo lives his lonely life where he believes painting is his sole purpose to life. Since Cleo was born in a noble family, he must prove himself worthy to become the family's successor by participating in a certain trail. As he enters the forbidden forest, Cleo encounters a beast that is half human and half plant. After being easily captured by the beast that resembles a human girl, Cleo plans his escape by attracting the beast’s interest and keeping Cleo alive. Out of his expectations, the time they spent living with each other made him feel unbelievably relieved. However their calming daily life did not last very long…

A human and monster love story. A heartwarming fantasy tale.

(Source: Shogakukan, translated)

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Oct 8, 2023
What does it mean to have lived a good life?

This is one of the many themes explored in “Mori no Majuu ni Hanataba wo,” a light novel whose contents I have been mulling over since finishing it just a few weeks ago(for the purposes of this review the title will be shortened to Mori no Majuu). While the story doesn’t offer a definitive answer to this question of life, it both rejects falling into a sort of daily hedonism while acknowledging the riskiness of living for the future. The story offers a middle ground for its frail and sickly protagonist, Cleo, who has essentially been ...

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