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Synonyms: Hanatsuki Hime, A Princess with a Flower
Japanese: 花月姫


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 8
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 10, 2007 to Apr 10, 2008
Authors: Hibiki, Wataru (Story & Art)
Serialization: LaLa DX


Score: 7.981 (scored by 6383 users)
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Ranked: #9612
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Popularity: #490
Members: 11,328
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When Lys was born, her heart did not beat at all. To save her, her mother made a contract with a devil: Lys can borrow his heart until the day she turns 16, but after that, he will eat her body. Together with her companion, Siva, someone she met by chance on the desert at night, she travels around as a dancer girl to find the devil who sealed her fate. One day, while they were traveling, they suddenly meet an egoistic prince and a ring spirit...A Thousand and One Nights romance between the devil and the young girl.

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Jan 23, 2009
A dancer traveling with a mysterious companion is in search of a demon who lent her his heart when she was a baby. In exchange (for lending his heart), he will devour her when she turns sixteen. She hopes to find him before the time comes to ask if he could lengthen her life. The premise of this manga draws you in initially through its engaging first chapter, after that, however, it gets repetitive and tiresome to read.

The tediousness of the journey gets on your nerves as her adventure does not go beyond performing in front of one bishounen after another. Not that I read more
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Jul 15, 2008
This manga's story is so interesting that I couldn't stop reading it. I want more and more of it. The art was wonderful, nice details. It drags you in right from the 1st page!
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May 14, 2010
Story: 7

The story is definitely not a unique. It follows a storyline of demons, contracts and impending death. It was pretty much a shoujo version of Kuroshitsuji to me. There's probably plenty of other manga with the same elements, I just have not read them.

Even with the similar storyline, Hanatsukihime added something special to it. Being a shoujo, the story was undeiniably cute and heart warming. It's a bit tedious at the start, having that repetitive thing going on like Sailor Moon but the story gets deeper later. True it was quite dark for a shoujo but it didn't exactly pull the strings for me. read more
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Apr 4, 2015
It’s always the short ones…

Story: 9

I’m a sucker for fantasy, so it’s no surprise that this manga attracted me like a moth to flame. Add in adventure, a contract with a devil, and romance and I’m a total goner. I instantly fell in love with this manga’s storyline even if the trope’s not original. Sure it’s cliché, but what do you really have to lose when it’s only 2 volumes/8 chapters long?

It’s explained in the first chapter why devils offer their hearts to humans in the form of a contract: devils do not feel emotions by themselves, but when their hearts are in a human, read more
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