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A Silent Voice 2 Paperback – July 28, 2015
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> Bought whole manga set just because
> Collect and support artist
Alright, let's be honest. I don't buy much manga, never. Hell, all I need to do is go online and read it. But this manga is so beautiful. It's a bout a girl who can't hear and the main character is a bully. He bullied her through out her childhood, to the point her family forced her to change school. But then the boy regrets it everyday because after she changed school, he realized how stupid he was. And the story goes on as the main mc keep looking for the girl everyday. You guys should read it because my summarize is f&*(king terrible.
10/10. It's so amazing that I WANTED TO BUY THE SET OF MANGA JUST TO SUPPORT THE ARTIST!
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Shoya is trying to make amends with Shoko by being nice to her. He has learned sign language so he can speak to her and also brought back her old notebook that got thrown in the pond and gave it to her. She does see that he is trying and acknowledges it but her sister and mother don't think he should be around her because of how he treated her when she was younger.
Shoya is also no longer considering suicide because he now has something to live for. He even seems to have a better relationship with his mother and has tried to make a friend who is happy that Shoya is being nice to him.
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All in all it's a great manga and I look forward to the next volume
The first volume impressed me a lot, and I’ve been very eager for this one. And honestly, I’m just so glad this is being released. So glad.
There’s a color page, and it’s super pretty. The artwork is nice, and it does well with showing all the emotions and actions and darkness being portrayed here, especially so realistically.
We’re back in the present now, after everything with Shoko, after all Shoya’s bullying and now with his depression. Shoya hates himself for what he did and what happened to him after the fact. He’s decided to come apologize to Shoko, and has to chase after her for her to hear him out.
We’re still very much in Shoya’s head, and I hope we get inside Shoko’s at some point. Even after everything, after we get to see more of her somewhat terrible mother and protective little sister, she’s much more optimistic than anyone else. Even after everything Shoya did, she gives him another chance, she wants to talk to him and get to know him. He doesn’t deserve her kindness, and everyone else knows it.
Shoya is still hating himself immensely, but he’s decided to work for it. He’s working to get forgiveness from Shoko’s little sister, and he’s growing on her; he's trying to get Shoko’s mothers forgiveness; and most of all, he’s trying to earn the right to be better so he’s deserving of Shoko’s friendship. I appreciate that he’s learned (or is learning) sign language after everything, in order to talk to her.
Along the way, he’s made a new friend for the first time. His mother seemed oblivious to everything he was doing, so I liked that we got to see her getting back at him for everything he’s done to her as well.
This series impresses me a lot. There’s so much development and complexity, and it’s very realistic and harsh, as it should be. I’m loving it so much, and I can’t wait for the next one.
[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]