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When Hana worked up the courage to speak to the mysterious loner in her college class, she never expected the encounter would blossom into true love-nor that he was secretly a wolf living in human form. Their relationship was far from ordinary, but she wouldn't have had it any other way. Her joy only grows with the births of Ame and Yuki, who have inherited their father's When Hana worked up the courage to speak to the mysterious loner in her college class, she never expected the encounter would blossom into true love-nor that he was secretly a wolf living in human form. Their relationship was far from ordinary, but she wouldn't have had it any other way. Her joy only grows with the births of Ame and Yuki, who have inherited their father's unique ability to transform. But life is full of both joy and hardship, and Hana is left to bring up her little wolves on her own. Raising human children is hard enough...but how will she handle their wild side, too? In this novelization of his award-winning Wolf Children film, acclaimed director Mamoru Hosoda provides a deeper look at the emotional trials and triumphs of a very unique little family.


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When Hana worked up the courage to speak to the mysterious loner in her college class, she never expected the encounter would blossom into true love-nor that he was secretly a wolf living in human form. Their relationship was far from ordinary, but she wouldn't have had it any other way. Her joy only grows with the births of Ame and Yuki, who have inherited their father's When Hana worked up the courage to speak to the mysterious loner in her college class, she never expected the encounter would blossom into true love-nor that he was secretly a wolf living in human form. Their relationship was far from ordinary, but she wouldn't have had it any other way. Her joy only grows with the births of Ame and Yuki, who have inherited their father's unique ability to transform. But life is full of both joy and hardship, and Hana is left to bring up her little wolves on her own. Raising human children is hard enough...but how will she handle their wild side, too? In this novelization of his award-winning Wolf Children film, acclaimed director Mamoru Hosoda provides a deeper look at the emotional trials and triumphs of a very unique little family.

30 review for Wolf Children: Ame Yuki (light novel)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ammar Naaimi

    Absolutely phenomenal. My heart's so full right now 🤩 Absolutely phenomenal. My heart's so full right now 🤩

  2. 4 out of 5

    Iryna

    This story always moves me to tears in the end. What makes it special to me though is that even my mother is very interested in reading the Light Novel after I showed her the first half of the movie years ago. And she's not interested in Anime or Manga. I think to this story, even if it's about "wolf children", most parents can relate and enjoy it. And children, teenager, who are searching their way in life, or young adults, too, of course. I think everyone can relate to some of the characters or This story always moves me to tears in the end. What makes it special to me though is that even my mother is very interested in reading the Light Novel after I showed her the first half of the movie years ago. And she's not interested in Anime or Manga. I think to this story, even if it's about "wolf children", most parents can relate and enjoy it. And children, teenager, who are searching their way in life, or young adults, too, of course. I think everyone can relate to some of the characters or parts of the story in some way and that's why everyone is able to enjoy this story. Still only 4/5★ because I wasn't quite fond with the writing itself, especially at the start. But it went better around the half.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    It was really cute and sweet and yes odd given the premise. This is the first light novel that I've read, not sure if I'll read another one or not. There were moments, especially at the beginning when it felt like things were moving too fast and there were things missing. But then the story begins to be more consistent and has a rhythm. I don't know if that's the way light novels are in general but this one was like that. In the end, it really did feel like I read an anime in book form. It was really cute and sweet and yes odd given the premise. This is the first light novel that I've read, not sure if I'll read another one or not. There were moments, especially at the beginning when it felt like things were moving too fast and there were things missing. But then the story begins to be more consistent and has a rhythm. I don't know if that's the way light novels are in general but this one was like that. In the end, it really did feel like I read an anime in book form.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ella

    -6.5/10 -I wasn't a huge fan of the writing style which made me skip entire paragraphs here and there -Things were described in a bit TOO much detail to the point were it got boring -I finished the whole book in about 3 hours -The character building is done well and there are a few plot twists I did not anticipate -Overall I think that if you want to experience this story you should watch the movie or read the manga instead -6.5/10 -I wasn't a huge fan of the writing style which made me skip entire paragraphs here and there -Things were described in a bit TOO much detail to the point were it got boring -I finished the whole book in about 3 hours -The character building is done well and there are a few plot twists I did not anticipate -Overall I think that if you want to experience this story you should watch the movie or read the manga instead

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lara Vehar

    I still enjoyed the characters and story but I like the manga just a little bit more. I really, really hated the parts where characters started laughing and there was just random ha ha ha or hee heee hee thrown in - it looked so awkward and it really took me out of the story.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jess

    The light novel didn't hit me much as the movie does, where I'd bawled and it had left me in a strucken; blank state of mind. The movie had left me with enormous hole in my heart. "He told me I should always smile, even when life was painful or hard- even when I didn't want to. If I could do that, I could get through just about anything." The fact that she has to bear losing her family at such young age, seeing her husband being thrown like a trash, can't hold a proper funeral for him, being eye The light novel didn't hit me much as the movie does, where I'd bawled and it had left me in a strucken; blank state of mind. The movie had left me with enormous hole in my heart. "He told me I should always smile, even when life was painful or hard- even when I didn't want to. If I could do that, I could get through just about anything." The fact that she has to bear losing her family at such young age, seeing her husband being thrown like a trash, can't hold a proper funeral for him, being eyed suspiciously by neighbours in the city, forced out due to lack of money, clean an unusable, broken state of a house by her ownself, planting vegetables by herself even when she doesn't know any basic of it, is poignantly everlasting. It’s also fascinating; and pretty queer to see the (un)usual tropes of parenting — the difficulty of letting go, the worry about whether your children will find their place in the world — transferred to a situation where your child’s wolf nature is part of the discussion. In this upbeat era, this practices have been largely abandoned. Hana manifested forbearance under every provocations and strains; by smiling. "phony smile" as Grandpa called it. and this feature of hers is the one we hardly ever can practice in the real life, for we are accustomed to control emotions, and be controlled by it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nhi B Yen

    Một tác phẩm về tình mẫu tử đầy thiêng liêng và cao đẹp, lúc kì ảo, khi nhẹ nhàng nhưng vẫn đủ để đem tới cho người đọc những cảm xúc bồi hồi và đầy sâu lắng. Bằng những hình ảnh miêu tả chi tiết, người đọc như được chứng kiến một thước phim về cả cuộc đời một người phụ nữ, hay cụ thể hơn là của Hana - vợ một người sói - chỉ trong hơn 200 trang truyện. Wolf children thật sự đã để lại cho mình nhiều suy ngẫm về đức hi sinh, về con người, về cách con người nhìn nhận và đánh giá những hiện tượng nằ Một tác phẩm về tình mẫu tử đầy thiêng liêng và cao đẹp, lúc kì ảo, khi nhẹ nhàng nhưng vẫn đủ để đem tới cho người đọc những cảm xúc bồi hồi và đầy sâu lắng. Bằng những hình ảnh miêu tả chi tiết, người đọc như được chứng kiến một thước phim về cả cuộc đời một người phụ nữ, hay cụ thể hơn là của Hana - vợ một người sói - chỉ trong hơn 200 trang truyện. Wolf children thật sự đã để lại cho mình nhiều suy ngẫm về đức hi sinh, về con người, về cách con người nhìn nhận và đánh giá những hiện tượng nằm ngoài vùng của bản thân. Vậy nên tội gì không rate 5🎖 nhỉ! Last but not least, thanks to tstt for recommending me such a wonderful novel.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa Vazquez

    first of all i simply loved the movie it is one of my all time favorites and it never fails to make me cry. And the light novel did the same it was a heart wrenching story i had to catch myself and not cry. i love Hana, she is such a strong mother she is so selfless for her children and she tries so hard for them and give them a life that gives them the freedom they need. Its a beautiful story of motherhood, family, and her children having to come to terms and figure out what path to take in the first of all i simply loved the movie it is one of my all time favorites and it never fails to make me cry. And the light novel did the same it was a heart wrenching story i had to catch myself and not cry. i love Hana, she is such a strong mother she is so selfless for her children and she tries so hard for them and give them a life that gives them the freedom they need. Its a beautiful story of motherhood, family, and her children having to come to terms and figure out what path to take in their life.

  9. 4 out of 5

    John

    This is pretty bad. Fortunately, it is also quite brief. There isn’t a whole lot of plot here. Any mildly significant event is followed by an abrupt time leap where no consequences result. It is also very obvious that the author has no idea what rearing a child is like based on the frequently reckless behavior by Hana. While this doesn’t suffer as much from the stilted and repetitive writing style of most light novels it is still rather clumsy. Stick to the anime for this one...

  10. 4 out of 5

    Angela Auten

    I loved this version! I loved that it went into more detail about what the characters were thinking! Full review to come...or read my manga review here! https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... I loved this version! I loved that it went into more detail about what the characters were thinking! Full review to come...or read my manga review here! https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kyra Carmack

    Such a powerful story. We are looking to show this movie at my library and my boss wanted to make sure that it would be good. So, I got the book for her to read and had to read it myself. I love the movie and it is so touching!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jose Santamaria

    This is hart warming book , love and i love the art

  13. 4 out of 5

    Howard

    If I had any complaint it would be that it went to fast. A great story of acceptance and coming of age.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Gail

    Read for Transfiguration Prompt for O.W.L.s Magical Readathon 2020 (Animagus lecture: book/series that includes shapeshifting). Watched the original anime film that inspired this light novel way back. I think the feelings are conveyed more effectively in the film rather than here but it is still a very pleasant read.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Nghi

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ricardo

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lydia Hickman

  18. 4 out of 5

    Creativeimaginator

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ana J

  20. 4 out of 5

    Amy Nguyen

  21. 5 out of 5

    Connie

  22. 5 out of 5

    Smriti

  23. 5 out of 5

    Paige Timmerman

  24. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Pody

  25. 4 out of 5

    Newman

  26. 5 out of 5

    Aakash

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ju Hong Kim

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nick

  29. 4 out of 5

    Valerie

  30. 4 out of 5

    Annalivia

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