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[Free kindle] 聲の形 1Author Yoshitoki Oima – Clinback.co

LEARNING TO LISTENShoya Is A Bully When Shoko, A Girl Who Can T Hear, Enters His Elementary School Class, She Becomes Their Favorite Target, And Shoya And His Friends Goad Each Other Into Devising New Tortures For Her But The Children S Cruelty Goes Too Far Shoko Is Forced To Leave The School, And Shoya Ends Up Shouldering All The Blame Six Years Later, The Two Meet Again Can Shoya Make Up For His Past Mistakes, Or Is It Too Late


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  1. says:

    UPDATE 30 05 20177 AM I m giving the film 5 stars because my heart hurts Many thanks to Halima and Tweebs for the recommendation This was a really quick read but I just couldn t like any of the characters A Silent Voice tackles the important issue of bullying in educational institutions We have a 6th grader, deaf girl Shoko that was forced to transfer schools because the kids thought she was alien Shoko was mostly bullied verbally and physically by a 6th grade daredevil , Shoya, due to being bored ALL THE DAMN TIME This manga made me feel distraught but I like that because it really showcases how ugly bullying can be Have no fear though cause karma GOT HIM lol I remember stumbling upon a trailer for this last year and was really interested in watching the movie but I never got around to doing that because I couldn t find it online lol My first and only graphic novel that I really enjoyed was when I was around 10 years old and I can t for the life of me remember what it s called So, since I m trying to expand my reading scale as I m really in the mood for it I thought, why not start with this.


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    What you won t find in this review This is the first manga I ve ever read I know, I m such a weirdo, therefore I definitely cannot compare it to other existing mangas I have no freaking clue if the art is better worst than it is elsewhere I liked it here s the only thing I can say about it I cannot point if other stories deal with these issues in a different better way If what you are looking for is an enlightened review which analyses this book from a knowledgeable point of view, you will might be disappointed Yet what I can tell you is that A Silent Voice, Vol 1 was a real kick in the guts, and that it deals with the issue of bullying in a though heartbreaking and maddening realistic way.You should know that I hate the saying kids will be kids as much as its best friend boys will be boys NO, just cut the shit already these kinds of statements are lazy, damaging, and incredibly insulting to those they refer to That s all you can tell us, Anna Oh, you want to know Alright You ll probably hate Shoya, the main character, for most of the book You ll want Shoko to react already, damn it Maybe that s just me, but I thought that she showed way too much kindness to appear really truthful You ll despise every freaking character and the general meanness and oh, the hypocrisy Moreover, as a teacher, and generally as a human being, I found myself wanting to slap the sorry excuse of a teacher in there UGH Bullying starts with little details, such as nicknames, unrequited teasing , and we adults should never find it amusing There is nothing I despise than adults joking about or dismissing this kind of things, and yes, it s way frequent than we realize We are models how can we tell children to stop if we laugh And for Pete sake, how the fuck can adults find it funny in the first place In the end, I can t deny that I would recommend this book to every teenager in a heartbeat, because to me, we need to talk about ignorance, uncomprehending and how they can lead to bullying We need to make people realize how easy it is to give in to the sirens calls for fitting in We need to show them that yes, their young adorable kid can become a bully or stand doing nothing about it Note that I can t promise that A Silent Voice, Vol 1 delivers a great message, and it contains unrealistic sides for sure, but in my opinion, while flawed, it was fundamentally honest Finally, after this first volume, I m eager to see how Yoshitoki Ooima will handle the must needed character development I guess we ll see Ps Sorry if this review is all over the place, but my mind is in vacations P For of my reviews, please visit


  3. says:

    how do you review something that touches your soul so deeply A Silent Voice tells the story of a boy who relentlessly bullies the deaf girl in his class until he ends up being the victim of bullying himself and starts to realize the impact of his actions.i originally read this last year and kind of forgot to continue booknerdproblems hehe i m so quirky and relatable but recently i stumbled upon the movie on youtube and figured eh, i can kill some time with this, right wrong that movie single handedly ripped my heart out of my chest and left me a sobbing mess at 3am i didn t expect anything out of this i didn t expect to gain anything from a random anime movie that youtube recommended to me but sometimes things just come to you and they change you fundamentally as a human being.this story made me want to be better it changed my perspective it even made me want to start learning sign language.highly recommended if you re into manga or just Sad Stuff That Makes You McFucking Cry rating


  4. says:

    Der Anfang bzw der Aufbau des Mangas war etwas konfus f r mich konnte mich aber relativ schnell daran gew hnen Mir scheint es, als w re der erste Band nur die Einf hrung Ich bin einfach mal gespannt, was der zweite Teil zu bieten hat


  5. says:

    This one was a little heavy since it s the backstory, but I m super excited to continue


  6. says:

    Welcome to the jungle I was not a bully I mean, not really Probably There was that one neighbourhood kid in elementary school who I could be quietly mean to while other kids took care of the actual bullying He was kind of a jerk and he stole stuff from me and I did pee on his bike once And there was that one kid in high school who was definitely bullied not by me and who I drew an unflattering comic of He was also pretty much a jerk, but by then I could understand why, so I felt complicit in his misery when he saw the cartoon in which I depicted him as ugly and obnoxious So maybe I only contributed to the systemic abuses of these two kids or maybe I was actually bullying just not alpha bullying Nuff said, I guess I wasn t bullied myself I was merely Not Popular I was vaguely smart I actually repped my school in an academic decathalon thing , I was a reader, I liked comics, I didn t enjoy team sports even though I was athletic enough , I never had a girlfriend, I had non negligible acne I was one of those quiet kids who s just likable enough to avoid the worst kind of attention I never got beat up and I don t think I was ever trash canned I mean sure, I got punched in the arm a bit Lots of charlie horses I would be kicked from behind while urinating so I d get pee all over my hands And shorts And underwear So I don t know, maybe I was bullied Just a bit Just a taste.Whatever the case, like many of the unpopular, I grew up to become a full blown passive aggressive bastard once I was a young adult I didn t talk bad about people behind their backs and I was never violent or physically destructive, but I did make people around me feel like crap I was tired of not having power but too timid to get it legitimately So I abused people with off hand comments and cutting cynicism I hate the me that was, but that was the me that I was at the time And struggling to lay that aside after a decade of behaving badly wasn t easy So while I wasn t either mercilessly bullied or a merciless bully, I had enough of a taste of the whole thing to be fully invested in the dilemma presented in A Silent Voice Sometimes the voice isn t all that silent Some time ago, I ran into a scanlation of Yoshitoki Oima s one shot version of A Silent Voice It was well done, touching, sentimental, brutal, and warming It struck a chord with me through the hazy recollection of my own history with bullies and bullying Though it was just one of those short comics that you ll see linked on Reddit or wherever, Oima s story of the deaf girl and the bully stayed with me well enough that when I saw a series long repurposement of the original on Crunchyroll Manga it is also currently being released in paperback by Kodansha and the translation is better there , I was immediately drawn in An expansion on the original story seemed too delicious to pass up.Oima s original ended suddenly and happily, a moment of apology and repentance wiping away all scars It was sweet and even powerful, but too pat Like all short stories, it avoided the struggles that longer fiction has the opportunity to explore With a series, the author would have the space to move beyond the pat answers and trite solutions And so as a series, A Silent Voice crawls toward restoration with baby steps and miscommunications And I am loving watching this story unfold While it hasn t been published yet, the finale is not in question This thing is going to end happily We can chart that from miles away, but it doesn t matter I don t care that the end will be predictable I m loving the ride and I m loving the characters BIF POW BAM Hey kids, comics A Silent Voice begins with the story of two kids in elementary school Shoya the reckless, popular kid and Nishimiya the new girl, who is deaf and communicates through writing in a notebook since nobody knows sign language Nishimiya s inability to hear and the problems that crop up as a result are too strange for Shoya and so, leading by example, he creates an environment in which Nishimiya is bullied daily and with extreme prejudice She is scorned, mocked, and has her hearing aids repeatedly torn from her ears and destroyed When it eventually becomes too much, the girl s mother complains and all blame is pushed onto Shoya s shoulders From that point forward, he is systematically bullied by his former friends in a manner far vicious than that with which he instigated against Nishimiya His resentment against her swells, and he gets into a fistfight with the girl, prompting her mother to remove her from the school Six years pass and Shoya endures trouble all through elementary school and junior high Through hindsight and reflection, he finds himself reevaluating those early days, and now as a highschooler, Shoya seeks to have one final, repentant conversation with Nishimiya.And the story moves on from there When Shoya is older, this is how Oima represents his disassociation with other students A Silent Voice is concerned with the transition from sociopathy 1 1 Non clinical to empathy Just as I had to evolve from my early twenties experience of passive aggression, so does Shoya seek to learn how to melt from his seclusion and inability to relate to others While the details of his path are different from my own, it s comforting to see the generalities are not unique to myself I don t usually look for representations of myself in the literature I take in, but for whatever reason I appreciate it in this case Perhaps because I know that Shoya s story will end happily, it provokes hope for the conclusion to my own story.As a storyteller, Oima is perfectly suited to her task of unveiling A Silent Voice s trajectory Her art is lovely and her framing and perspective dynamic Her drawings convey a wealth of emotional information Her elementary school kids look rather like children 2 2 Sadly, artists drawing believable children is a distinct rarity and her highschool aged versions of the same mature predictably, giving the reading a certain place to hang their hat I love her art and that will probably be enough to interest me in any other projects she pursues Voice and communication are overshadowing themes in Oima s book If there is one issue with A Silent Voice, it s in a very particular aspect of the book s writing On the main, Oima does a pretty great job managing words and pictures to keep things moving well The sole piece that causes me a small aggravation is that A Silent Voice s characters suffer from the same inability to communicate that plagues the protagonists of so many of the Korean dramas I love so much Yards of storytelling would be tightened up if only characters would say what they were thinking instead of remaining muzzled or outright lying about their thoughts Still, at the same time, one of the book s themes is how Shoya attempts to overcome the communication gulf that Nishimiya s deafness caused in their elementary school days So it rather makes sense that even after conquering the sign language gap, the story should continue to explore different barriers to communication As a final note to how much I enjoy this series, I should say that the final couple paragraphs were written three weeks after the first several I was in a motorcycle accident the day I intended to post this review and injured my arm I have been unable to type than a couple sentences at a time since then I m still having a lot of trouble but didn t want to let the review to languish any longer than necessary In any case, A Silent Voice was no longer fresh in mind, so I needed to glance at the first chapter to solidify some of the story details for the review Within a few pages I had the information I needed, but before I noticed, I was already nine chapters in I find Oima s story that absorbing _______ Review courtesy of Good Ok Bad _______Footnotes1 Non clinical.2 Sadly, artists drawing believable children is a distinct rarity.


  7. says:

    3.5 5stars Read for the mangaplease book club hosted by Ashleyoutpaged.The praise for this manga says heartwarming They must be talking about later volumes, because Volume 1 was as far from heartwarming as North Pole Bullying and disabilities is a theme for this manga, and it gets pretty heavy Literally everybody in this story is a GIANT ASSHOLE Kids, teachers, even parents, even Nishimiya s mother Everyone, except Nishimiya herself She s an angel A poor, poor angel My heart broke so many times for her The worst part was how easy it was for everyone to blame just one person Because it was convenient Because nobody expected any better of that person People are two faced creatures, and it s very ugly I am thankful for books that show that ugliness, so we can read it and reflect and strive never to be like that in real life The art style is not one of my favorites I m into overly detailed and way too beautiful for this world style of manga , but it goes very well with this story Jumping into Volume 2 immediately My WEBSITEMy INSTAGRAMMy WORDPRESS BLOG


  8. says:

    First Re read for THE MORE MANGA BOOK CLUB hosted by Ashley ashleyoutpaged for the month of February A heart breaking story about a bully who changes, a girl who smiles but should get angry and a first friendship The art style is amazing and the characters realistic.


  9. says:

    3.5 Stars This was a good start, but I admit I have a hint of trouble loving the main character.


  10. says:

    My very first manga And it was awesome I just love Nishimiya, the heroine , a little weird to read though but I m on project Expand Your Horizons and i m trying all things new soo Vol 2