The Demon Prince of Momochi House [Vol 1] by: Aya Shouoto

Himari Momochi inherits a mysterious house that comes with its own gorgeous demon guardian.

On her sixteenth birthday, orphan Himari Momochi inherits her ancestral estate that she’s never seen. Momochi House exists on the barrier between the human and spiritual realms, and Himari is meant to act as guardian between the two worlds. But on the day she moves in, she finds three handsome squatters already living in the house, and one seems to have already taken over her role!

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I was searching through the Libby app trying to see what manga and manhwa my library had and stumbled on this series. After reading the summary, and with that stunning cover, I was instantly intrigued.

Imagine being an orphan of sixteen and finding out you inherited your ancestral home. Excited for a familial connection, in the form of the house, she wasn’t expecting to find 3 squatters or to find out the house is a gateway between our world and the spirit realm.

I’m excited to see how Himari navigates the house and how her perception of it evolves. Of course, I’m also excited to see her get to know Aoi/Nue, Ise, Yukari, and whatever spirits she encounters.


Published by Noelle Loves Books

Growing up, Japanese and Indigenous, it was hard to find books that showcased stories and worlds that accurately portrayed Noelleโ€™s experiences. Fantasy quickly became her main love, as you could really be anyone, anywhere. As the years went on, and technology grew, Noelle was finally able to see more stories and authors that looked and felt like her. Noelle is open to all genreโ€™s though she can mostly be found reading own voice, fantasy, and romance. Ratings: 5 Stars: Completely blew me away 4 Stars: Loved the story but didn't feel completely blown away by it 3 Stars: Liked the overall concept of the story but either had poor execution, had a lot of plot holes, or was written poorly 2 Stars: I struggled to understand the plot, poorly written, or just had really unlikeable characters along with a poor writing 1 Star: Horribly written, major plot holes, or extremely unlikeable characters and plots.

15 thoughts on “The Demon Prince of Momochi House [Vol 1] by: Aya Shouoto

      1. Definitely. Thank goodness I prefer to read paperbacks over hardcovers ๐Ÿ˜… saves me a little bit…though that means sometimes I have to wait an extra year for the paperback to be available ๐Ÿ˜ญ

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      2. Right? Itโ€™s crazy how much of a difference that makes!
        My husband and I are both big Manga/Anime fans but it can ridiculously expensive to keep up with.
        Do you read them online at all or prefer strictly physical copies?

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      3. Oh yeah being a manga an anime fan can be quite pricey lol I check a lot of manga out through the library Libby app, especially if I’ve not read the author before or haven’t heard anything about the series. If there’s not too many volumes out yet I’ll go ahead and buy the physical copies. I’d love to own this series but a lot of volumes are out of print ๐Ÿ˜ญ

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  1. I haven’t heard of the library Libby app but now I’ll have to check it out.โœจ

    At least with regular books you have the amazon kindle option and such but manga are so hard to get your hands on! You have too many that are out of print, haven’t been translated, or aren’t available in your country. ๐Ÿ˜ฑ
    I didn’t realize this one would be one of the difficult ones to get your hands on. That’s so frustrating!

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    1. Depending on where you live your local library should use Libby ^^ and certain states have bigger libraries you can get cards through as long as your a resident ^^ I still use my library card from when I lived on the west coast, because it hasn’t expired, and my local library card. You can have up to 3 library cards signed into libby…which means you can have access to up to 3 different libraries digital assortments! I love it so much lol

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      1. Okay.. that’s actually really cool. I’ll have to look into it, thanks!
        And thank you for taking the time to exlain how it works. I really do appreciate it. ๐Ÿ’—

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      2. Four years? You’re kidding! Wow.. I need to get out more.
        Have you considered doing a post on it? I’m sure I’m not the only one out of the loop.. Just curious.
        Have a wonderful weekend!

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      3. Sorry, I just saw this! I never thought about posting about it but you’re right I definitely should. Might do a post showing how I find books to read, between Libby, thrifting, and places where I access ARCs!

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      4. It’s perfectly fine!
        And that would be great.. I know I would be interested in a post like that.๐Ÿ˜Š
        Happy Mother’s Day, Noelle, I hope yours is a beautiful one.

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