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This series really holds up well through its volumes. The first volume spent lots of time laying out the personalities and school life of the three main characters—with mysteries hinted at to be revealed later. This is the story of a very smart but alienated young high school student who, as is necessary in Japan, has learned to conform on the surface while being rebellious inside. He is put in a club with two attractive girls, both of types we gradually learn that he would never have even dared talk to before.
Turns out, they have their own reticences and problems. As I was frequently told as a teenager, just the fact that a girl is pretty or beautiful doesn't mean she doesn't have problems.
I suppose sparks will eventually fly, but as of this volume they're mostly still eyeing each other warily, as they all grow less frosty from being routinely toghether in their club. The main character, Hackiman is scrupulously holding back, but has been increasingly getting involved in the life around him, often cleverly, sometimes clumsily.
I sometimes think that the traditional novel survives only in the Japanese light novel genre, where the exegencies of publishing favor long-form presentation and lots of examination of the main character's inner life. This series cofirms me in that opinion.