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「神さま どうか もうひとふり 俺に力をください」。過去のトラウマから、仲間たちを拒絶し、壊れてしまった将也の世界。その責任を感じた硝子は、自ら命を絶とうとする。止まってしまった2人の時間。明らかになる、仲間たちの思い。バラバラになった心と体を繋ぎ合わせる術は‥‥。...

Title : 聲の形 6 [Koe no Katachi 6]
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ISBN : 9784063952216
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 192 Pages
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聲の形 6 [Koe no Katachi 6] Reviews

  • Nicole
    2019-02-26 09:27

    Ok soo.. it's not bad, I'm just not feeling anything?? Isn't this the part where I'm supposed to cry? Well, I don't know. I honestly expected this manga to be better, I know why it's popular but it didn't affect me. Looking forward to seeing how everything will wrap up in the last volume.

  • Sean O'Hara
    2019-02-25 14:22

    I don't normally cheer when 16 year old girls get the snot knocked out of them, but god damn, if anyone ever, ever deserves to get the snot knocked out of her, it's Ueno.Kudos, Nishimiya Mama.

  • Emma
    2019-03-07 12:03

    This manga keeps making me cry

  • David Schaafsma
    2019-03-11 08:10

    Shoya, (the ex-bully) spends most of his time in a coma in this volume, so we get to see backstory from other characters. One is about Ueno, a bully, who gets slapped by her mother. Shoko (the first to be bullied) is still "mysterious," as Ooima described her, which means we don't get much about her, though what we get is sad, to see what it means for her to be deaf, and imagining what life might have been like for her had she not been deaf. There's a "catfight" in this one, and lots of intensifying emotions. The last volume ended in a (dramatic) cliffhanger that gets resolved. This one, the penultimate volume, ends also with a cliffhanger, a surprise, to help us get ready for the big finish? Not interested in this movie being made by Tomohiro, but it should play a role in the finish, bringing various factions together. Maybe.In general I feel about bullying books as I do about zombies, that it is the thing of the moment, and I am sick of both zombies and bullying books, but this is a good one, that shows the ripple effects, years later, bullies getting bullied, the complex social relations over time. It's a kind of meditation on bullying. For young people, but more complex than most DON'T BE A BULLY books.

  • Phoenix2
    2019-02-25 11:12


  • Angigames
    2019-03-08 11:08

    Bello! Bello bello bello! La potenza di queste immagini è straordinaria, stratosferica, potente. L’autrice mette in mostra tutte le sfaccettature dell’umano, e non parte dalle più belle, ma dalle più orribili. Quelle più oscure. Quelle che ci fanno rabbrividire, ma di cui anche inconsapevolmente, siamo vittime o portatori consenzienti. Eppure c’è sempre una luce nel buio, c’è un qualcosa di più che se seguito e abbracciato e capito, ti fa essere una persona migliore. Imparare dagli errori si può eccome. Grande Yoshitoki!

  • ◕ ◡ ◕ Mayday ◕ ◡ ◕
    2019-02-27 14:25

    Rereading. Indonesian edition tho...and still...*sobs in the corner*and that cats fight! I had had the urge to slap Ueno repeatedly my self and it was so satisfying to see the mother slap the snot out of her. Honestly. Yoshitoki Oima did a good at creating the most hateable character.

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    2019-03-03 13:26

    This series has been sad but good so far. Another good volume. Also love that art style.

  • Aja: The Narcoleptic Ninja
    2019-03-03 10:13

    Almost finished. I can't wait to see how this wraps up!

  • Colona Public Library
    2019-03-11 13:05

    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, how hard are you being on yourself, 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

  • Anna
    2019-03-01 09:05

    This is where I'd put my review if there weren't tiny ninjas chopping onions all over my keyboard....For reals tho, the chapters here take a look at each character in turn, checking in with their headspace & how they've gotten there. Shoko's chapter cleverly messes the speech bubbles to place the reader into the world as she hears itMiki's chapter remains weakest tho, as growth in her is minimal-to-none. She is the moe girl first to tears & shifting blame to others. She did it in grade school, she's still doing it in high school! Any other moods she shows are Righteous Anger!... which still comes right back to her moving responsibly/blameAlso not quite sure what they're going for with Satoshi? Is there some kinda "lost in translation" we're missing about .. ehh.. he's weird 'cause he wants to go into young children education?

  • Kaylynn
    2019-02-20 13:29

    I love this series so much even though it tears me up inside. A lot of this volume is from Shoko's point of view, and the parts where she imagines what her life would have been like if she wasn't deaf made me cry.

  • Thomas Maluck
    2019-03-12 12:03

    I could not be more relieved to read this the same month that the next and final volume releases. Just got to hold my breath a little longer...

  • ✿ cassandra ✿
    2019-02-28 15:16

    Ouch. That entire volume made my heart hurt.

  • Emily
    2019-03-07 08:02

    I read this so quick! Also started reading and immediately started crying! Excited for Vol 7 but sad it's ending.

  • Alexandria
    2019-02-27 09:14

    Ueno. Ishida è in coma e lei non permette a nessuno di vederlo. Nessuno, soprattutto Shouko. Non vuole che lei gli si avvicini. Nao ha sempre amato Ishida. Però... però quando è stato a sua volta bullizzato lei era tra quelli che gli scarabocchiava il banco con insulti. Però... lei era quella che pensava che Shouko gli cancellasse gli insulti perché sperava che Ishida la vedesse. Perché Shouko forse era innamorata di Ishida? Perché voleva portarglielo via? Ah, per quanti motivi Nao ha odiato Shouko!E se lui si svegliasse e non la scegliesse? Meglio che non si svegliasse affatto.Ora, credo che Ueno sia stronza ma che non sia del tutto cattiva. Comprendo ciò che ha provato verso Nishimiya. Perché Shouko ha creato scompiglio e lei non è riuscita a gestirlo. Ma nessuno in quella classe è riuscito a gestire la disabilità di Shouko, nemmeno Shouko stessa.Il suo scusarsi continuo, il suo sorriso sempre stampato in faccia, il suo voler essere normale a tutti i costi. Ueno l'ha picchiata per quello che ha fatto, perché ancora una volta ha agito senza mettersi nei panni degli altri. Non mi sento di avercela con Ueno. È stronza, ma rappresenta l'altra faccia della medaglia. Non mi sento nemmeno di avercela con Shouko. Saltare da quel balcone doveva essere la sua redenzione, invece è stata quella di Ishida. Finalmente. Perché dalla redenzione di Ishida comincia anche la sua.

  • Rahmah
    2019-03-08 15:10

    Setelah baca percakapan antara author dan artis Kasumi Arimura (baru googling, ternyata dia banyak jg main film yg diangkat dari manga ^^), baru sadar kalau Oima-sensei nggak buat free talk gitu di komiknya. Biasanya komikus lain bakal ada kotak panjang di samping panel untuk curhat, baik yg berhubungan dengan komik atau hal lainnya, tapi Oima-sensei nggak ada sama sekali. Full cerita, misterius-misterius gimana gitu kekeke (≧∀≦).Di antara tokoh yg ada di manga ini, paling sebal sama Kawai. Nggak se-kawai namanya, sifatnya jauhhh dari kata 'kawai'. Kelihatan munafik gitu. Masih lebih milih Ueno, walau omongannya tajam, tapi apa yg diucap ada benarnya juga *btw, klo punya teman kayak Ueno udah kitati trus kali ya ngomong jujur nggak pakai saringan gitu hahaha (* >ω<)*.

  • bakanekonomama
    2019-02-23 10:26

    Reviewnya jadi satu di sini:

  • Shala
    2019-03-02 13:22

    How will it all end??? So Excited!

  • Daniel
    2019-02-22 10:27

    * Trama: 4.5/5* Personajes: 4.25/5* Estética: 4.25/5* NOTA: 4.35/5

  • Fny
    2019-03-09 13:24

    💔my heart aches for this characters It's still a very good and complex story about a difficult subject! But oh my I cried almost through half of the volume...

  • Vanessa Kay
    2019-03-08 09:18

    *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

  • Rod Brown
    2019-02-21 16:20

    The main character spends the entire volume in a coma so the author can explore the inner lives of the side characters. It's not boring, but it surely seems like we're treading water until the last page. I am anxiously awaiting the next and apparently final volume of this usually excellent series.

  • Maria Isabel
    2019-02-23 09:24

    Beautiful story but really heartbreaking moments. The author did a wonderful job and I'm glad it was completed. Soon it will be an anime show as well and I can not wait. I hope people will read it or watch it but it is a really good manga and hopefully it will be a good anime as well.

  • Brenda
    2019-02-22 10:18

    Quiero el último ya T_T

  • Laura
    2019-03-09 15:29

    Oh God. Please be okay.*anxiously awaits the last volume*

  • Christoph
    2019-03-11 16:01

    Erzählerisch & grafisch der absolute Höhepunkt der Serie. Nach dem packenden Schluss des Vorbandes bekommen wir nun sehr persönliche Eindrücke in die Hintergrundgeschichte mancher Charaktere. Im Zuge dieser Erzählung rechnet die Autorin kanz intensiv mit einer exklusiven Gesellschaft ab. Eine Gesellschaft in welcher „andersartige“ Menschen an den Rand gedrängt werden, in welcher Fehlverhalten einzelner entschuldigt wird, da ja sicherlich jene Person schuld ist, welche die Behinderung aufweist. Würde es diese nicht geben, dann würde das Leben viel einfacher sein. Das alles wäre so nicht passiert oder notwendig.Der Höhepunkt ist in den letzten Kapiteln dieses Bandes, hier sehen und „hören“ wir die Welt zum ersten Mal aus der Sicht von Shoko. Dies gibt uns nur einen geringfügigen Einblick, wie ihre Welt, ihr Alltag wohl ausgesehen haben mag. Diese Sicht, v.a auch die vorangegangenen Kapitel in diesem Band bauen diesen emotionell aufwühlenden Moment auf. Am Ende des Bandes befindet sich ein interessantes Interview mit der Autorin, hier gibt sie Einblicke wie es zu dem Buch kam, wieviel hier aus vergangenen Erlebnissen stammt und was noch auf die Leserschaft zukommt.Prädikat: ErlebenswertKonkret: 4,4

  • Joana Bookneeders
    2019-02-24 11:09

    HOLY... This is getting intense!! I never thought this would be getting like this when I started the manga! I thought it was going to be cute and well that's about it. I thought it was going to be cute. But this is so much more!Such an intense manga about bullying, grieving, regret, change, everything! It has a lot of emotion and the art is extremely expressive! There's even a part where the writing is not fully there to give the idea of how a person that is deaf "hears" and how they capture the sounds they can with the hearing device. Not gonna lie, it took me some time to understand that, but I finally did and thought it very interesting and unique, so don't go searching online for what was supposed to be written there, like I did because it's just as it is. It's not printing problem. We don't have much of Shoya in this book but we get a lot more insight into all the other characters and what they think. It was quite profound and I wasn't expecting it. Some characters really surprised me, some of them in a bad way actually! Some even really got me angry and not the ones I was expecting...I love how this manga shows that we shouldn't do to others what we wouldn't like to be done to ourselves. How not everything is as it seems and how a person CAN change.

  • Ann Fernandez
    2019-02-18 08:28

    Okay, I wasn't as emotional in this volume as I have been in the past, and I'm not sure whether that is a good or bad thing. I just... didn't connect to the characters as much? Idk, I feel like Ishida is really what makes this entire story so emotional and thought-provoking, and without him, I don't care as much. Maybe it's just that I've been spending my entire day crying. Who knows?Anyway, I personally found that learning about all of the people impacted by the events in the last volume was absolutely necessary and was done really well, and seeing how they deal with their feelings is also very interesting. My favorite chapter actually happened to be Uemo's, I found her perspective to be pretty gross but also really interesting to read about, it helped me understand her character more.

  • Francesco
    2019-02-17 15:25

    Vote: 3,75Class: L-A3 (FP)(a seven volumes Manga)After the unexpected turning point at the end of the previous volume the story continues in a really interesting way. showing each of the characters for who really is: now we only have to see how it all ends in the next one. I'm really impressed in how this manga is turning up and I'm really interested in how the story will end.I'll pick up the last one as soon as possible.My annual immersion in a manga story is turning up not a waste of time after all.