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伝わらなかった硝子(しょうこ)の告白。ニブすぎて、伝わらなかったくせに硝子との距離を縮めたい将也(しょうや)。意を決して、みんなで行く遊園地に硝子を誘う! 思いがけない旧友との再会。明らかになる硝子と結絃(ゆづる)の、出生の秘密。自分のことを好きになれないふたりの未来は……。...

Title : 4 koe no katachi 4 a silent voice 4
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4 koe no katachi 4 a silent voice 4 Reviews

  • Fatima Ahmed
    2019-05-08 11:27

    Warning:Don't start reading this volume unless you made sure that you are reading it alone, where there is no one at the same room. (Make sure to have a tissue box nearby as well)This Volume is full of events. A peek at Nishimiya Family's past, what their reaction was when they discovered Shouko's deafness, how they ended up raised by a single mother, their life with granny the kindest heart in the universe. The chapters talking about granny hit me with a force I can't describe! I wasn't able to hold back the tears that came rushing out.Can't wait to read the remaining volumes.

  • Biondy
    2019-05-23 12:36

    Me after reading this volume:There were so many things going on in this volume. Sometimes it didn't move smoothly, but I still enjoy it.

  • Anna Banana
    2019-05-05 09:12

    4.5 stars!Honestly this story just gets more and more better. It's kind of slow-paced but I like the direction it's heading in :)

  • Phoenix2
    2019-05-05 14:35

    4.5 stars. This is soooo good!!

  • Matthew
    2019-05-18 10:31

    If you remember correctly in my previous review for this magnificent series, I went on a lengthy rant about why I hate Naoka and pretty much this is the volume where I believe if I was a girl and was getting abused by Naoka I would knock common sense into her and teach her not to mess with me. I disliked her and this volume secured that hatred that I wished she had disappeared from the series all together. The manga begins right where the story ended in the 3rd volume which is Shoko told Shoya that she loves him but he misinterpreted what she said and Shoko is embarrassed by the whole revelation that she ran back home and told her young sister. I did not mention this in the previous volume because I believe its a little treasure that is meant to be cherished and caught me a bit off guard even though it is clear that they love each other.The whole gang are almost back together and they decide to go to the carnival fair to enjoy a nice day of rides and food. Everything was going smoothly and then Naoka fucked everything up. Naoka and Shoko ride the ferris wheel and when they finish the ride, Shoya notices that Shoko face is extremely red with hand print stamp on her face meaning Naoka slapped her. I do not know Japanese culture but from my personal experience you never slap a person in the face even if they do deserve it. First its extremely disrespectful to slap someone and its an indicator that you've done it before and that's not how you deal with anger and problems that surfaces in arguments.I do not blame Shoya for getting furious and I would have done the same if someone slapped someone I cared about it and you don't abuse someone who has disabilities. Strike one was acting completely fake to Shoko, Strike two was for slapping Shoko, and finally strike three for not even feeling bad about hitting her. That's where I draw the line. I remember when I was little this girl in my class would slap guys if they disrespected her or annoy her. One day she was annoying me so as a child I did what I know best which was annoy her too and sure enough I got slapped. I didn't tell the teacher or got her in trouble but I am grateful that I was raised better and never hurt the girl. I had fumes coming out my ears and I was tempted to hit her back or do worst but I know I would be the one that would get caught in the act and get punished.I do not like people hitting and abusing others regardless of the situation and there has been many occasions where a child abused another kid and they couldn't do anything about because they were of opposite gender or if the child tried to defend themselves they would be punished and not the abuser. I believe a man should never lift a finger at a woman but at the same token slapping a person in the face should not be a solution when confronted with an issue. DAMN YOU NAOKA YOU MADE ME GO ON A RANT AGAIN. Now back to the story...The last quarter for the story is interesting because you get a major background story as to why Shoko's mother acts the way she does being tough and strict which I felt horrible for her. Shoko's father basically wanted a divorce because he could not handle a deaf child and believes it is the wife's fault for this defect and he didn't sign up for this life. With no one to support her she basically had to work like a slave while the grandmother took care of the kids. I cannot even begin to imagine what was going through the mother's mind on losing a husband, being the only source of income for her children, and she was pregnant with a second child that the husband had no clue about. Shoko's mother reminds me a lot of my mom and that background story helps makes the connection as to why she is tough on Shoko because she does not want her daughter to feel like a victim or seem weak because she is deaf.

  • Angigames
    2019-04-29 13:40

    Finalmente l’autrice ci permette di conoscere un po’ meglio (ma non troppo) la famiglia Nishimiya. È dal primo volume, dopo aver conosciuto l’algida madre di Shoko, che volevo saperne di più! L’autrice non mi ha deluso. Shoko e la sua famiglia sono state escluse proprio da quelle persone che più di tutti avrebbero dovuto amarle e proteggerle. Questo ha portato la madre ad essere fredda e le due sorelle ad isolarsi da tutto e tutti. Il sorriso di facciata di Shoko è solo una maschera per proteggersi dal proprio senso di colpa. L’arrivo di Shoya ha cambiato la situazione, come una ventata di aria fresca, ha ribaltato gli schemi che Shoko e sua sorella avevano programmato. Solo che ho la sensazione che ancora la vera Shoko non si sia mostrata affatto, così come il dolore che si porta dentro. Da una parte sono molto curiosa, dall’altra, visto l’andamento della serie, questa cosa mi fa paura!Che succederà???

  • Lastik
    2019-04-24 10:10

    Me reafirmo y digo que Ueno es ese tipo de personas que no maduran, egoistas para siempre y egocentricas. Que personaje tan odioso. Cuando parece que todo va bien para todos, llega ella para destruir la felicidad... Pobre Nishimiya, se siente tan culpable de todo. Aunque parezca feliz se la nota tristeEspero que Ishida sepa ayudarla y la apoye

  • Laura
    2019-05-24 12:10

    The series continues to go strongly....this one had some very emotional moments.

  • Christoph
    2019-05-05 12:17

    In diesem Buch nähern wir uns den familiären Umständen von Nishimiya und bekommen damit einen EInblick darin, wie die Gesellschaft in diesem Umfeld mit Menschen mit Behinderung umgeht. Wobei dies erst mit der zweiten Hälfte des Buches wirklich interessant wird, die erste Hälfte wirkt holprig. Als die Autorin hier von einem Handlungsstrang zum nächsten mehr stolpert. In Fahrt kommt die Geschichte, als Nishimiyas Großmutter auf der Bildfläche erscheint und wir die Vergangenheit aus ihrer Sicht erzählt bekommen. In Rückblicken sehen wir wie die Familie zerbricht und die Mutter zuerst alleine zurückgelassen wird. Die Großmutter bleibt stark und bildet in den Jahren darauf den Ruhepol, das Rückgrat der Familie. Gegen Ende wird die Geschichte emotioneller, mitnehmender und erreicht auf den letzten Seiten einen Höhepunkt, den man zu Beginn des Bandes nicht erwartet hätte.

  • Rahmah
    2019-04-24 15:32

    Makin seru ceritanya, makanya bisa ngebut gini bacanya :DEmang ya klo baca buku yg menarik jd pengen cepat2 baca dan selesainya *karena pengen tau endingnya* hohoho (^▽^).

  • Courtney(classicswithcourtney)
    2019-05-13 11:10

    Another good installment in the series. The plot is starting to move forward again and we also got some good backstory and character development. I highly recommend this series

  • Jenna
    2019-04-29 12:10

    Easily one of my favorites so far. These just keep getting better and better!

  • Aja: The Narcoleptic Ninja
    2019-04-24 15:37

    This one picked up again. There's been a lot more character development and I'm really enjoying the story.

  • Sandra
    2019-05-21 09:37

    Sigo disfrutando y sufriendo con la historia para mi altamente recomendada, aunque este volumen sufrí un poquito más, y algún personaje me parece odioso

  • Giada
    2019-05-20 11:40

    Yuzuru in questo volume è la vera protagonista. Strazianti le dinamiche familiari di quella famiglia..

  • Anna
    2019-05-08 08:13

    It's just so damn great that the series presents both good and terrible people, so much variation in the cast! Some awful kids grow up & try to be better (Shoya), some just get better at shifting the blame (Miki) and others remain same heartless bastards they always were (Naoka) ... aaaaaand then there's just people you'd like to set on fire & throw off a bridge (Shoko's paternal side of the family)All the awards to grandma chapters

  • Vanessa Kay
    2019-05-23 12:28

    *This review is for the series as a whole with 4.5 out of 5 stars*It's been quite a long time since I indulge myself into reading manga even though I never stopped watching anime, haha. I guess it's time to catch up with my manga reading list eh?Koe no Katachi or is also known as A Silent Voice wasn't really in my list, but I've been seeing a lot of post about it in my Facebook feeds and there's a movie just shown. They said it's going to be a story that we could all of relate so I realized that I need to try and see what's the fuss is all about. Besides, it's only 66 chapters.When I decided to read this story, I expected that this is going to be good but I didn't expected that I will like it right away. The first chapter was some kind of sypnosis taken from Ishida's (Shouya) POV. It's about what happened in their elementary years where he bullied a transferred student who has impaired hearing. When I decided to read this manga, I already know about the bullying so I thought I'm calm, but reading how he bullied Nishimiya, I was really really really mad.Btw, this review is going to be really long if I'll review each chapters one by one so instead, I'm going to write this review as a whole.This story started a flashback of Ishida's elementary years when their teacher introduces a new transferred student Nishimiya Shōko, which became a target of bullying because of her disability. It was ofcourse started by Ishida and reading about what he did to her really makes me mad. Back then, Ishida really hates her. He thinks she's a nuisance and he blames her for everything that is happening to him and for ruining the whole class. His bullying to her escalated until the time comes that he became the target of bullying too. That intensified his anger towards her that they've been engaged into a physical fight. The next day, they just found out that she transferred. That's also the start where he was bullied big time and left alone with no friends to speak to and absolutely no plans for the future.All were explained properly on how the bully was now become the one being bullied. Well, karma is a b*tch they said, and I think he just got his share much sooner. And I would be lying if I said he didn't deserve it, because he really did. I know, I know, no one deserves to be bullied and even though I think he deserves it, I still feel sorry for him especially that even his teacher didn't believed him when he said that he was bullied and that he even told him that he kind of deserves it. Like what the heck?! That teacher doesn't deserve to be a teacher at all! Isn't he the adult here?!I really want this review to be spoiler free, but it can't be helped. So I'm going to speak straight ahead and tell you what I really think aboutthis story ;)Ishida is now a senior in high school and he practically planned everything and save some money by selling all his belongings to maybe not feel guilty about what he's going to do. He's not angry to Nishimiya like he did before but he is now guilty of what he did to her. After saying sorry to Nishimiya in person, he's planning to jump off the bridge and commit suicide. Yep. This story is kind of dark, well, what do you expect? Bullying sometimes leads to suicide, but instead of the one being bullied, it's the bully who's committing it. But after meeting Nishimiya again and talked to her, he kind of changed his mind. I really thought that she will kick his butt after what he did, but she just smiled. Wow, this girl really is so nice and so innocent even after all that happened to her.Their first meeting after 5 years didn't just stopped there until they finally became friends, isn't that just nice? I'm still suppose to hate Ishida because of what he did to Nishimiya before but after what he endured and he finally decided to live his life repenting and making sure she'll be happy again, I guess that should be enough eh?Ishida then helped Nishimiya to reunite with Sahara, their classmate in elementary and every kids that was supposed to be close to her. All was doing great actually and btw, we've got to meet Nishimiya's younger sister Yuzuru too. She was bullied too before because of her sister's condition so I really thought she'll going to resent her for that, but instead she's protective of her that she even looks like a guy now because of her short hair. After the incident at school, she did her best to make her sister happy. But I guess by now she understands that she became more happier now that Ishida is here. I know it's bound to happen but I still can't contain it when Nishimiya tried to tell Ishida that she likes him. Aww, young love indeed.Nishimiya was then reunited with Ueno and Kawai but it wasn't that pleasant like it did with Sahara. These kids really have a lot of issues and is acting like they didn't do anything wrong to Nishimiya. Ofcourse it's Ishida that should be blame the most but those two including his former "supposed" friends are to blame too. They did some nasty things too anyway. It happened too fast that I was surprised when Nishimiya tried to commit suicide 'til Ishida came to rescue her, but he then fell and was comatose. I know Ueno was a b*tch but she became nastier after the accident. My! I really wanted to get her out of the manga and strangle her. So is Kawai, she's acting nice and all but deep inside she's really not that nice.I think all of them has their own issues including both Ishida and Nishimiya's mothers but I'm glad that in the end, they both settled it. Well, to be correct, they all actually settled it. I'm just happy that finally all of them is in the right track especially Nishimiya.I really like this story. I've been into romance lately and it's really kind of hard to sway myself away from that mood, but this story just did that as early as its first chapter. I love the message of this story. It is really something that all of us should ponder and learn especially younger readers. It doesn't just talk about bullying, redemption, family but also about friendship and how to overcome your fear. All of us can totally relate to each characters; you could either relate to Ishida, to Nishimiya, Nagatsuka, Ueno etc.It was also great that the author added the part about Nishimiya's mom; on what happened why she's so strict to her and even mean especially about her haircut when she was in Elementary. And speaking of haircut, I think it's because of Ishida's mother that she's influenced to take hair dressing course.It was actually my first time reading a story where the main character has disability and it was really kind of nice. Well, scratch that, it was great! I am giving this story a 4.5 stars for now because I'm waiting for some new updates. Hope this time Nishimiya and Ishida will finally be involved romantically? Wishful thinking.Rating: 4.5 out of 5 starsRead my full review postTo read more of my reviews, book news and updates:Main Blog: Blushing GeekFacebook Page

  • Naailah
    2019-05-10 13:39

    Rereading volumes 1-4 and finishing the rest of this series in anticipation for the animated film adaptation coming out in September. I'm so excited!! (view spoiler)[ I love the cover of this one, just look at it! So you have Shoya's classmate Miki arrange for Shoko, herself and a few friends to go to an amusement park for a day! Sounds fun, right? Wrong. Naoko Ueno rears her ugly head (again) and she confronts Shoko after Shoya insisted that she give Shoko a sincere apology. So in Naoko language, that means slap Shoko, make her feel like crap and act like you tried your best. Yuzuru reveals that this isn't the first time Shoko has admitted to hating herself, its very heartbreaking to hear that. The second half of this volume deals with Yuzuru's grandmother passing away. Yuzuru and her mother have always had a rocky relationship and to be honest, I didn't understand Mrs. Nishimiya's actions until this volume. Her husband divorced her because he thought their child was defective, her precious daughter was being bullied and she just wanted what was best for her child. I like her now, much more than I did in the first volume.(hide spoiler)]

  • Colona Public Library
    2019-05-24 11:28

    This is a great series, The start was a great (I was blown away) and I like dynamics and relationships going on between the main two characters especially. How interesting it can be where the deaf girl was once welcomed and everyone wanted to help her then she just kinda interrupted their schedule and became an inconvenience which lead to the others tolerance of her being bullied or bullying her themselves. Interesting also to see that her main bully (and our man character) did bully her but also became a scapegoat for students to blame and became bullied and isolated himself. This isn't even the full story AND the story continues when they meet again when they are older. The main theme is bullying and they have some complicated relationships. Nothing is in black or white like you see all to often. There are many shades of grey that cover many situations and relationships. There is so much that you could have a discussion with friends, parent, teacher, *cough librarianthatreallylovedthesebooks* But I seriously recommend it to anyone going through school or those who really enjoy slice of life or coming of age type stories. ~Ashley

  • David Schaafsma
    2019-05-13 08:23

    The fourth volume is an improvement over the third, and this continues to be a very good teen series about friendships, disabilities, and the loneliness and angst that comes about when you don't really know how to properly communicate your feelings, which continue to change dramatically, of course. More secondary characters develop and complicate the scene in this one. Family issues come into play, too. This is one of the better teen manga series I am reading, for sure.

  • Martina Mezzadri
    2019-05-10 12:15

    Un po' più lento rispetto ai primi, la storia si evolve grazie all'inserimento di nuovi personaggi che ci permettono di scoprire molto di più dei protagonisti. Unica pecca di questo numero é la lentezza dato che non ci sono particolari avvenimenti se non uno che ci permette di conoscere il passato della famiglia Nishimiya.

  • Cate (The Professional Fangirl)
    2019-04-27 13:25

    People never *really* change. That's a fact.

  • ✿ cassandra ✿
    2019-05-17 08:33

    Shoko just looks so fucking adorable on the cover!

  • Lör K.
    2019-04-24 12:24

    MILD SPOILERS WITHIN THIS REVIEWRealising that the English sub of the movie of this was coming out in April, I decided I wanted to sit down and binge read this series.This volume was incredibly emotional. It brought me to tears numerous times. It's not hard to see why this is such a critically acclaimed manga. Every issue, the plot gets deeper, connection between characters grow - just like they do in real life - and the characters have an even deeper feel to them. At this point, they feel extremely three dimensional, as if these are just drawings of real life people that the author knows in their daily life.This volume was beautiful. In just 190 pages, I felt anger, sadness, mourning. I'm glad that we're starting to see more on Nishimiya's sister, and especially their Mother, seeing a lot of things from her point of view. (view spoiler)[Seeing their Mother begin to warm up to Ishida warmed my heart from the bottom and definitely made me tear up and smile. I love this character development! (hide spoiler)]Another 5/5 review for another volume of this beautifully amazing series. I'm dreading reaching the end!

  • Joana Bookneeders
    2019-05-03 13:18

    This was even more emotional! How is it possible?! Now I'm officially tearing up...I love the Nishimiya sisters so much! They are precious characters and I already want to re-read this all thing again! It just passes so fast, and I don't want it to end...This book is the most heartbreaking because, since the beginning, Shoko's family has been appearing and so we have a glimpse of how it is but we can't fully understand it. But in this one, we can and my idea of the family was completely wrong... It's just so sad ... The best part is that we can see it through different perspectives... I don't want to say too much but I hope that that makes you want to read this book. This one is one of my favorites so far for how emotional it is. It's not as cutesy as the others... It's more realistic and slightly different since the focus changes. I continue to adore this characters and the art just makes everything so perfect! This is turning into one of my favorite collections... 

  • Alexandria
    2019-05-21 11:40

    Yuzuru, la madre, la nonna. Le figure che ruotano intorno alla vita di Shouko. E tutte che cercano di proteggere le altre a loro modo. Ho provato molta compassione per la madre di Shouko e molta tenerezza per Yuzuru, nata in un momento molto difficile. Credo che la nonna per lei sia stata fondamentale. Mentre Yuzuru proteggeva Shouko e si preoccupava per lei, pur essendo la sorella minore, e la madre si creava una corazza intrisa di dolore e freddezza, la nonna era il suo punto fermo. Mancando lei, Yuzuru, la forte, cede. E Ishida si trova lì a vederne la caduta.

  • Francesco
    2019-05-02 14:13

    Vote: 3,65Class: L-A3 (FP)(a seven volumes Manga)It becomes better and better, even if sometime it is somewhat simplistic (or maybe the word I'm searching for is didactic, I'm not sure). The story goes on and the characters grow, now, as the meet some others of their old schoolmates and... some things happen. Complication, love, hate in struggle to take hold of our protagonist.Sometimes, somethings are too... simplistic (well, I know, this is a manga, not a psychology manual, but...).Interesting and enjoyable reading.I'll begin the next as soon as I can.

  • Ericka Hall
    2019-04-24 10:14

    Still loving this series as it continues. In this volume we get more of Ueno's feelings towards Shoko, and we're also introduced to Shoko/Yuzu's grandmother. I loved the chapter on Shoko's mom's background because now I'm starting to understand her attitude towards Shoko (especially the haircut scene in Volume 1). This volume made Shoko's mother seem much more human, adding some much needed empathy and understanding.

  • Britt
    2019-05-04 10:28

    "Is it okay...for me to have this much fun?" -Shoya Song: "Bring Me Back To Life" by Ht Bristol, Charlie Bannister, Vincent Steele, & Nine One OneShoya...the feels. Yuzuru, you are just so tough and adorable. I love how Shoya looks out for her. He's getting so invested in this family. Oh, Ms. Nishimiya, this volume made me understand you.

  • Erin
    2019-04-30 08:20

    <3 I am enjoying these books so much and sharing them with my students makes the experience even better. The fourth is particularly cute as the mc starts obtaining a friend group and is super confused about how such a thing could happen.