A chap called Takeru joins Tenbi Gakuen which used to be a girls school. There he meets a whole bunch of girls and finds out that there is more than meets the eye.
Unlike To Love Ru and other stories that have a chap in it, Maiken Ki doesn't seem to revolve around him - could change as I read more though. More than meets the eye below.
While you will find loads of pantsu and eye-grabs/squashes in Maken Ki, what you wont find is pupil shots but To Love Ru has loads of them.
I think I've mentioned before but manga was a main source of Japanese language learning material for me. I remember reading Ranma 1/2 over and over again. Crayon Shin Chan and Inuyasha were other manga that helped me learn a load of Japanese too.
I also learnt a load of Japanese through watching Japanese TV shows, anime, games, listening to music etc and was wondering where do you pick up most of your Japanese phrases from?
And two other books which I'm currently reading is O'Reilly's Information Architecture (organizing and structuring data) and Collective Intelligence (using web services to pool data etc). Both are good reads. Need to pick up a JQuery one too.
Was in Kinokuniya Shinjuku branch a while ago looking through their English books and came across the O'Reilly stuff which was in the "Nature" section. Looks like they thought the O'Reilly books were about animals...
I need to read more English language books - I feel that I am forgetting my English sometimes.
The last novel I read was Da Vinci Code which I couldn't put down. Do you have any recommended English language novels?