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Sabaku no Harem

Sabaku no Harem

Alternative Titles

English: Harem in the dessert
Synonyms: Watashi no Oinari-sama
Japanese: 砂漠のハレム


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Feb 10, 2014 to ?
Genres: Romance, Shoujo
Authors: Yumeki, Mitsuru (Story & Art)
Serialization: LaLa DX


Score: 7.871 (scored by 935 users)
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Ranked: #12212
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Popularity: #2431
Members: 2,650
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Mishe a strong willed girl raised from poverty has caught Prince Kallum's attention. Attention as in, "you will become one of my concubines," thus begins Mishe's adventures into Prince Kallum's world.

(Source: MU)

Included one-shot:
Volume 1: Watashi no Oinari-sama


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Sep 24, 2016
Story - 7

Overall the story is pretty simple with subplots woven in to compliment the bigger picture and introduce characters as well as elaborate on the desert setting to which the story takes place. I found the subplots very short though and wish they had been a little more drawn out. It was definitely a bit rushed and lacking some substance at times.

Art - 8

This is primarily what drew me to pick it up - though I was hesitant of it being another harem anime, the detail of the faces, flowing hair, and elaborate clothing is what made it so enticing. While I wish read more
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Aug 15, 2016
"Sabaku no Harem"

If you're anything like me, the name alone prompted an internal long-suffering "Oh great. =_= Harems in the desert. How "original". This sounds... fun."

But I encourage you to place yourself in an exotic desert mindset. At first glance of this manga, all you might see is plain, tiring, and unoriginal sand, but if you look just a little deeper instead you'll find a vibrant oasis of witty character interaction, spontaneous fun, and depth of thought. While the oasis of the desert might at first seem a lighthearted paradise, shadows do lurk at night.

Story: 7
The mangaka does a good job of creating spontaneous read more
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