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お前なんかに出会わなきゃよかった。もう一度、会いたい。/耳の聞こえる少年・石田将也。耳の聞こえない転校生・西宮硝子。ふたりは運命的な出会いをし、そして、将也は硝子をいじめた。やがて、教室の犠牲者は硝子から将也へと移っていった。幾年の時を経て、将也は、 もう一度、硝子に会わなければいけないと強く思うようになっていた。作者・大今良時先生から】「点と点で生きている人たち。遠く、離れ離れの小島のように生きている人たちを描きたくて、この物語を描きました。みなさまに読んでいただければ、この上ない幸せです」「怖いのか? 西宮のことを知るのが」かつて、奪ってしまった硝子の幸せを取り戻すために生きると決めた将也。硝子のために、将也は断ち切ったはずの過去と向き合う。旧友たちとの再会は、将也と硝子の関係にも変化をもたらし‥‥。...

Title : 聲の形 3 [Koe no Katachi 3]
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ISBN : 9784063950366
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 192 Pages
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聲の形 3 [Koe no Katachi 3] Reviews

  • Inés Izal
    2018-12-03 17:48

    Este tipo de mangas me destrozan el corazón.

  • David Schaafsma
    2018-11-17 20:37

    Bullying remains a central theme. Another bully, Ueno--a girl who liked Shoya but also bullied Shoko--isn't ready to make the same heroic gains Shoya is. . . yet. Shoya's heavy friend gets bullied, too. Romance looms, though it is not clear why Shoko would really like Shoya. Okay, he grew up, he learned sign for her, he apologizes, he's being nice to her, but we don't really see the thought processes of why they would really like each other. . . okay, it's now a romance, with moral coming of age teaching, so maybe readers don't ask these questions. . . I liked this a little less, but will keep reading. Hot manga series!

  • Fatima Ahmed
    2018-11-17 18:29

    It is the first time I ever felt these feelings whilst reading this volume.. *broken heart*

  • Anna Banana
    2018-11-17 17:38

    This is seriously so good and so cute! :D

  • Matthew
    2018-11-11 21:45

    Remember how I mentioned that the past never leaves us? Yea well for this particular volume the past has become a sharp knife and its stabbing Shoya constantly throughout this manga.Shoya is trying his best as usual to help Shoko in any way possible to become a better friend but fix the damage he caused from their childhood. Shoya is afraid to communicate properly to Shoko and at times it becomes frustrating yet understandable why he puts up a wall and leads to major problems in miscommunication.Shoko wants to reunite with some of the friends of the past and Shoya has faithfully done everything in his power to reunite everyone. Shoko wants to get in touch with Miyoko who was practically Shoko's only friend in elementary school. Miyoko wanted to become Shoko's friend and sacrifice her time and studies to learn sign language to better communicate to Shoko but sadly that friendship was diminished because Miyoko was bullied by everyone and left the school before Shoko transferred.Shoya gets major flashback to his childhood and we start to see the extent of the damages he has done that cannot be erased and at times we see that he wants to avoid dealing with the pain or wants to fix it so that way there is a legitimate reason why he wants to move on which is not always the solution. Yes sadly there are moments in our lives where we take a tragic moment regardless who is the victim and we use it for something productive to help ourselves or others but that does not mean that the pain that was damaged can be forgotten.One clear symbol of that is the return of Naoka. After the success of Miyoko reuniting with Shoko, Shoya thought it was possible to reach out to Naoka because she was considered a friend to Shoko even though she is a horrible person who is extremely jealous and at times I genuine wanted to slap her. I know at times this manga is not 100% realistic to the real world but if I had to spend countless hours with Naoka I prefer to stare at the wall and wait till the paint dries instead of being her friend.When Shoya sees her again immediately he regrets it because he realizes that she has not changed at all and there are issues with her that has not been resolved. I never liked her character throughout this entire series and it gets worst with her involvement. Clearly from the beginning it was apparent that she was in love with Shoya and then became angry and heartbroken when she makes the connection that Shoya's true feelings revolve around Shoko. I understand where her anger and jealous comes from but it does not justify bullying a girl to the point where it might be considered torture.I do not know Japanese culture and the way they deal with daily life in Japan but there are moments with Naoka that I have never seen in any art form when it comes to abuse and I do not know if its a cultural thing or the author added it on purpose to illustrate her point of view for these characters. Regardless what happens I deeply dislike Naoka and wish her character would leave this story.

  • Martina Mezzadri
    2018-11-21 21:32

    La storia dei due protagonisti continua nonostante alcune difficoltà e il ritorno di Ueno, compagna delle elementari che non è per nulla cambiata rimanendo una persona maleducata nei confronti di Shoko e delle persona "diverse". I disegni e i dialoghi sono ancora una volta stupendi coinvolgendoti tantissimo nei pensieri di Shoya, che troviamo in difficoltà non sapendo come comportarsi per far capire a Shoko che ci tiene davvero a diventare suo amico.

  • Susen liest
    2018-11-29 19:26

    3-3,5 Sterne: Mir gefällt immer noch, wie Shoya nach und nach seine Vergangenheit verarbeitet und Shoko etwas Gutes tun möchte. Allerdings stellt er sich ab und an schon etwas blöd an. Der Grund für meine 3-Sterne-Bewertung sind allerdings die neuen Charaktere, die in Band 2 und 3 hinzu gekommen sind und irgendwie alle überdreht und merkwürdig sind. Etwas mehr Realität hätte der Geschichte nicht geschadet, denn so sind die neuen Freunde bzw. alten Bekannten recht nervig und mir bereitet ihre Motivation manchmal etwas Kopfzerbrechen. Ich überlege mittlerweile sogar, die Geschichte abzubrechen, weil die Story durch die seltsamen neuen Gestalten eher in die Länge gezogen wird, als endlich mal sinnvoll voran zu kommen ...

  • Jess 📚
    2018-11-18 17:38

    I really liked this!

  • Naailah
    2018-12-07 15:43

    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)[ Onto volume 3 of my journey. Tomohiro has become an essential part of the story, proclaiming himself as Shoyo's best friend. I like him a lot, hes pretty cool and he reminds me of Steven from Steven Universe. Shoyo is trying to get to know Shoko, what does she do now? How is she liking her school, friends that sort of thing. One day while communicating with her, he finds out that Shoko wants to see someone from elementary school again. Miyoko Sahara, the only girl in her 6th grade class that had the decency to be kind to her, and not just because somebody told her to show the new girl around. Miyoko and Shoko reunite, they celebrate by going out with Tomohiro and Shoyo. Shortly afterwards, Naoko Ueno makes a return.I can't stand her. I can't stand her.She wants to see Shoyo again, she likes him. WHoop de doo, I hate her so much. She had an equal number of chances as Shoko to redeem herself, she never does. She's convinced that shes right and the world is wrong. At the end of this volume, you have Shoko giving Shoyo a present and confessing her love to him. However due to her speech impediment, she mispronounces the words for love and moon, causing Shoyo to cast her words aside. *sighs* Can you smell the angst?(hide spoiler)]

  • Angigames
    2018-11-21 22:45

    La strada verso la redenzione è difficile, Shoya lo sa bene. Ma ancora più difficile sembra essere instaurare un vero rapporto di amicizia con Shoko. Shoya è in difficoltà. Cosa significa, per lui, essere amico di Shoko? Lei sorride sempre, ma se quel sorriso fosse solo di facciata? Shoya è confuso, non vuole che il suo rapporto con Shoko sia vuoto, ma ha paura di pensare a cosa comporterebbe un’amicizia più profonda.Ovviamente, per Shoko non è così. Anzi, nelle ultime pagine dimostra un coraggio da leone perché senza preoccuparsi troppo della propria voce incerta e strana dice quello che deve dire. Peccato che la maledizione del cromosoma Y colpisca anche Shoya! Anzi, lui è il tipo di portatore perfetto! Impacciato, timido e pronto a farsi beccare nei momenti peggiori. Naturalmente quando il momento richiede orecchie da lince, lui invece capisce fischi per fiaschi e si ritrova sempre più confuso!Ho adorato il modo dell’autrice di tratteggiare i suoi personaggi. A piccoli passi li sta conducendo entrambi su un percorso di crescita e maturazione veramente significativo!Sono molto entusiasta di questa serie!

  • Churin
    2018-12-06 20:53

    I'm not saying this graphic novel/manga is perfect or super amazing. It was not. But somehow I still continue reading it.And I'm usually stop reading romance/friendship manga at this point (when the other "friends" came, had their own monologue shaddashadda). I don't know why but I absolutely despise slow paced, full of drama romance manga like Ao Haru Ride, Orange, Toradora etc. But in this manga, the pace somehow suitable and matched perfectly with the way the personalization brings out the whole character.It was a bit creepy in a psychological way, with a bit of thrilling effect from all the character twist.I'm telling you this is the stuff. This. Is. The. Stuff.

  • Loredana M.
    2018-11-10 14:54

    Aww, Sahara is such a cutie pie!! Also, I really don't like Ueno. Hope she'll come around eventually. I've also seen some major changes in Shouko, can't wait to read more!

  • Samantha
    2018-11-27 20:40

    Ma quanto può essere tonto questo ragazzo? Ah, Nishimiya, come ti capisco...

  • Lastik
    2018-11-23 14:46

    Nishimiya va abriendo poco a poco el corazón de Ishiya es tan bonito... él va recuperando todo lo que perdió en el pasado y que pensaba que no iba a volver como la amistad. Y de la forma que menos pensaba.Pero odio a Ueno. Por qué tiene que volver??? Veremos si es verdad que cambia como los demás. Aunque hay gente que no madura

  • Rahmah
    2018-12-05 15:41

    Kalau sudah ber-kepala dua kayak aku gini jadi berpikir, beneran ya nge-bully itu bisa terjadi sama anak SMA sekalipun. Kiraiin karena sudah masuk kategori remaja-dewasa jadi bisa berpikir lebih matang #imosih (^▽^)

  • Lavonia Reid
    2018-11-15 15:49

    Yup. She loves the moon.

  • Dachi
    2018-12-06 15:30

    Este tomo es ❤️

  • Kol Veasna
    2018-11-21 19:54

    "Aye...... Lige......Yew....!" Really girl ? I know you can do better than that, nishimiya. :D

  • Gabriela Paige
    2018-12-08 16:44

    Shoya! You are so stupid sometimes. Awh! This makes me so happy. They are too sweet. I love it!

  • Gina
    2018-11-14 15:52

    Character development is fantastic in this one and I really love the artwork.

  • Shannon
    2018-11-09 19:45

    Cute story.

  • Sandra
    2018-11-26 16:32

    Sigo disfrutando de esta lectura aunque en esta ocasión Ueno me ha dado escalofríos, como se puede ser así. Como somos los seres humanos y los actos tienen consecuencias.

  • Fny
    2018-11-18 21:48

    Cannot talk right now. I so adore this series! On to volume four...

  • Aja: The Narcoleptic Ninja
    2018-11-17 18:45

    This one slowed down for me a little bit. It was a lot of Shoyo trying to force other people on Shoka too and her just kind of nodding along and accepting it. But oh my god that cliff hanger!

  • Vanessa Kay
    2018-11-23 21:33

    *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

  • Jennifer
    2018-11-26 16:35

    I finally managed to get hold of the whole series so I've read no 1 and 2 again to recap. I enjoyed the first one alot more this time round, I think that having the context of book 2 helped me see the actions in 1 as less comedic.Anyway, book 3. Again, the artwork is really nice and it's easy to understand what is going on by the characters facial expressions.Sometimes with manga I have a problem seeing them as real people, their actions just seem nonsense. But, not in this case, I really can see these as real people. The final scene has had a bit of stick about it not being realistic, but I can really see this being true. Dodging something obvious to try to avoid an awkward situation.It was interesting, and a good choice to bring Naoka back. Not everyone changes when they grow up and become a better person!I'm going to move straight into volume 4!Highly recommended for slice of life fans.

  • Angie
    2018-11-15 20:38

    Things are making sense and coming together. But some of these scenes make me want to set someone on fire. There's love and there's hate. There's sorrow so deep it stays with you for days, and hate so passionate that only fire can cure it. Then there's Nishimiya; she's going to fix him. She'll fix all of us.

  • Anna
    2018-11-18 21:55

    The series takes a good look at Shoya continuing to do his best making amends and goes "ya know what..." and introduces a true BITCH (yes, capital B, all caps, bold font if ya got it) former classmate into the plotPS: 10 bucks says the translation team was tryin super hard for a "suki/tsuki" pun in the end

  • Jennifer
    2018-11-20 22:44

    Tomohiro and Yuzuru showing their jealousy of their "special person" is quite authentic. I hope the movie storyline turns into something. Naoka gets on my nerves and so does Miki but they seem very real too. Oh, and that ending....

  • Jenna (Bookiemoji)
    2018-11-12 15:40

    I'm addicted. Onto book 4!