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Ouran High School Host Club (eBook 2)
Title: Ouran High School Host Club
Volume: eBook 2
Distributor: Viz Media
Release date: 2012-09-18
Suggested retail price: $4.99
ISBN-10: 1421544040 1421544040
ISBN-13: 9781421544045 9781421544045
The school-wide physical exam has thrown the members of the Host Club for a loop. How can the doctor not discover that Haruhi is a girl?! And once the female customers learn the truth, Haruhi can kiss her job goodbye. But then life at the club will be unbearably boring if she leaves! So the guys wrack their brains for a solution....
(added on 2012-08-27, modified on 2012-08-27)
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