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Kohei is a college student who, because of his hearing loss, tends to distance himself from others. His attitude starts to change after he crosses paths with an ever-optimistic classmate named Taichi. And over time, the two begin to develop feelings for each other. As the story continues, the pair tries to balance their budding relationship alongside Taichi's inspiring new Kohei is a college student who, because of his hearing loss, tends to distance himself from others. His attitude starts to change after he crosses paths with an ever-optimistic classmate named Taichi. And over time, the two begin to develop feelings for each other. As the story continues, the pair tries to balance their budding relationship alongside Taichi's inspiring new career and Kohei's continued studies at school. But the harder they try to make things work, the more misunderstandings they seem to encounter.


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Kohei is a college student who, because of his hearing loss, tends to distance himself from others. His attitude starts to change after he crosses paths with an ever-optimistic classmate named Taichi. And over time, the two begin to develop feelings for each other. As the story continues, the pair tries to balance their budding relationship alongside Taichi's inspiring new Kohei is a college student who, because of his hearing loss, tends to distance himself from others. His attitude starts to change after he crosses paths with an ever-optimistic classmate named Taichi. And over time, the two begin to develop feelings for each other. As the story continues, the pair tries to balance their budding relationship alongside Taichi's inspiring new career and Kohei's continued studies at school. But the harder they try to make things work, the more misunderstandings they seem to encounter.

30 review for I Hear the Sunspot: Limit Volume 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    UMMMM EX-FUCKING-SCUSE ME??? How are they just going to end it like that?? I just- I don't know why I thought this was the last volume, but it is absolutely not allowed to be the last volume and I NEED MORE, so y'all need to go out and support this series so I can get more chapters I'm LIVID. My boys don't deserve this. I JUST WANT THEM TO LOVE EACH OTHER. I'm so FRUSTRATED. UMMMM EX-FUCKING-SCUSE ME??? How are they just going to end it like that?? I just- I don't know why I thought this was the last volume, but it is absolutely not allowed to be the last volume and I NEED MORE, so y'all need to go out and support this series so I can get more chapters I'm LIVID. My boys don't deserve this. I JUST WANT THEM TO LOVE EACH OTHER. I'm so FRUSTRATED.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cristina

    The latest addition to Yuki Fumino's Hidamari ga Kikoeru - I Hear the Sunspot is at the same time lovely and a bit frustrating. Taichi and Kohei seem to have really major problems at communicating with each other - and not simply because of the obvious and practical issues connected to Kohei's hearing loss - and the volume ends on a cliffhanger that left me wishing for a very quick release of the series' next volume. Still, the characters continue their journey of discovery and their social netw The latest addition to Yuki Fumino's Hidamari ga Kikoeru - I Hear the Sunspot is at the same time lovely and a bit frustrating. Taichi and Kohei seem to have really major problems at communicating with each other - and not simply because of the obvious and practical issues connected to Kohei's hearing loss - and the volume ends on a cliffhanger that left me wishing for a very quick release of the series' next volume. Still, the characters continue their journey of discovery and their social networks become more complex through the increased focus on Taichi's coworkers and Kohei's new friend/s and it is fascinating to watch them adapt to unexpected challenges and situations. The art is still very evocative, although I find this particular volume not as beautifully drawn and laid-out as the previous ones. Despite this, I'm really loving this series for its sensitive and intelligent treatment of disability and prejudice, for its lovely characters and for a story that still promises unexpected and exciting developments. A 3.5-star rounded up to 4.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Addy

    For the love of god - TALK TO EACH OTHER!!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    Reviewing the whole series here: I HEAR THE SUNSPOT [series] by Yuki Fumino, translated by Stephen Kohler. Published by One Peace Books. The story centers on two college students, Taichi and Kohei. Kohei has progressive hearing loss and is depressed. School work has become a challenge, and he doesn't want to accept his Hard of Hearing diagnosis. Taichi, a fun-loving, free-wheeling kind of guy brings Kohei out of his shell when they start sharing class notes and eating lunch together. Their friends Reviewing the whole series here: I HEAR THE SUNSPOT [series] by Yuki Fumino, translated by Stephen Kohler. Published by One Peace Books. The story centers on two college students, Taichi and Kohei. Kohei has progressive hearing loss and is depressed. School work has become a challenge, and he doesn't want to accept his Hard of Hearing diagnosis. Taichi, a fun-loving, free-wheeling kind of guy brings Kohei out of his shell when they start sharing class notes and eating lunch together. Their friendship grows into much more. This story offers a larger view of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities in Japan. Illuminating also in its societal look at impairment and dis/ability, and communication styles between main and secondary characters. There are a few silly plot devices, some angst, and stereotypes common to any #romcom, but I would not qualify this series as a romance per se - while it's there, it's much broader than that, closer to slice-of-life or coming-of-age. Volumes 1 and 2 set the scene well. 3 and 4 (curiously titled Limit 1 and Limit 2, but indeed are the continuation after v2... Confusing!) open things up considerably. I am not sure if there will be more in the series, but if Fumino continues, I'll definitely pick them up!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Kohei is a college student who tends to keep his distance due to his hearing loss. He finds himself opening up to Taichi, a classmate who’s abundant optimism and extrovertness pierce through Kohei’s shyness. The two start a tentative relationship, but when Taichi drops out of college to pursue a career, things take a turn. The two find it increasingly difficult to see one another and when they do, they can’t seem to understand one another. Fumino’s LGBTQ manga continues to be a compelling romanti Kohei is a college student who tends to keep his distance due to his hearing loss. He finds himself opening up to Taichi, a classmate who’s abundant optimism and extrovertness pierce through Kohei’s shyness. The two start a tentative relationship, but when Taichi drops out of college to pursue a career, things take a turn. The two find it increasingly difficult to see one another and when they do, they can’t seem to understand one another. Fumino’s LGBTQ manga continues to be a compelling romantic drama, but I hit a bit of a breaking point in this volume with the two main leads Kohei and Taichi. Romance manga is notorious for characters misunderstanding each other from simple lack of communication and this is the case here as well. The problem is is that this has been an ongoing issue with this couple since the first volume and it’s starting to be a bit wearing now. No more contrived drama please! Otherwise, there’s a lot to enjoy here. I can’t speak to the representation (I’m not deaf/Deaf or HOH) but from I know and have read elsewhere, this feels like a respectful depiction of characters with varying levels of hearing loss. Disability of any kind is rarely explored in manga, so it’s lovely to see it here (in the center of a LGBTQ romance to boot!) I look forward to future volumes, but I really hope Fumino does away with contrived drama -- she doesn’t need to resort to that to give readers an interesting story.

  6. 4 out of 5

    K. Lorraine

    This is one of my favorite series. Like some other reviewers I thought this was the last book and I'm so happy it's not. The cliff hanger was a surprise but made sense. The series has been building to this and I'm eager to see it resolved in the next book. This is one of my favorite series. Like some other reviewers I thought this was the last book and I'm so happy it's not. The cliff hanger was a surprise but made sense. The series has been building to this and I'm eager to see it resolved in the next book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Carol Flores

    Ryuu, Kouhei’s new friend, whose completely deaf, is always aggressive towards people who are not hearing-impaired because he sees the world as black or white, which is an absolute toxic trait. Yet, he’s making Kouhei insecure about his relationship with Taichi, since they haven’t spent time together and he’s trying to, low key, break them apart. “They belong to different worlds” he says and Kouhei is starting to believe him –he even rejects a proposal to have a surgery to be able to hear well a Ryuu, Kouhei’s new friend, whose completely deaf, is always aggressive towards people who are not hearing-impaired because he sees the world as black or white, which is an absolute toxic trait. Yet, he’s making Kouhei insecure about his relationship with Taichi, since they haven’t spent time together and he’s trying to, low key, break them apart. “They belong to different worlds” he says and Kouhei is starting to believe him –he even rejects a proposal to have a surgery to be able to hear well again. But, turns out, Ryuu is Chiba-san’s younger brother. Now, Chiba-san is actually Taichi’s superior, so he’s been couching him in their current projects. And somehow, they all get involved in an awkward situation where nobody is right or wrong but simply, they have different perspectives of the world. Unfortunately, Kouhei’s insecurities take the best of him and Taichi feels confused about their relationship. How can he get him to smile again? How can he erase those barriers he feels whenever he talks to other people? How can he show Kouhei that he really cares about him? In a few words: things are getting complicated due to a bit of miscommunication and third parties but I hope they can talk things through, eventually. PREVIOUS REVIEWS: Volume 1 | Volume 2 | Volume 3

  8. 5 out of 5

    Raf

    Turns out I have read this volume as well. My review is the same like previous volume. ✨🌟 9 stars out of 10 ⭐✨ The quality of the story is getting better and the story expanded, introducing us more to Deaf community. There are some cliche/ common tropes but those didn't disturb my enjoyment of reading. I'm not really sure about the representations though. As someone outside Deaf and hearing difficulty community, I don't know whether the representations are good or not. That aside, I'm still lookin Turns out I have read this volume as well. My review is the same like previous volume. ✨🌟 9 stars out of 10 ⭐✨ The quality of the story is getting better and the story expanded, introducing us more to Deaf community. There are some cliche/ common tropes but those didn't disturb my enjoyment of reading. I'm not really sure about the representations though. As someone outside Deaf and hearing difficulty community, I don't know whether the representations are good or not. That aside, I'm still looking forward to read the next book! Keywords: manga, romance, slice of life, shounen ai/ LGBT (gay), hearind impairment, Deaf community

  9. 5 out of 5

    Giulia (la.perfa_)

    "Living with a disability is an exercise in learning to cope with loneliness." QUI MI VOGLIONO MORTA "Living with a disability is an exercise in learning to cope with loneliness." QUI MI VOGLIONO MORTA

  10. 4 out of 5

    Izzie

    >:( I'm big upsetti!! Just when I think they're finally learning to communicate and understand one another's true feelings and intentions but also own their impact -- nothing gets communicated... AGAIN!!! The communication in this series gets worse and worse and there's less and less wholesome moments I just want GAY FLUFFY SHIT WITHOUT UNNECESSARY DRAMA IS THAT SO MUCH TO ASK FOR T___T >:( I'm big upsetti!! Just when I think they're finally learning to communicate and understand one another's true feelings and intentions but also own their impact -- nothing gets communicated... AGAIN!!! The communication in this series gets worse and worse and there's less and less wholesome moments I just want GAY FLUFFY SHIT WITHOUT UNNECESSARY DRAMA IS THAT SO MUCH TO ASK FOR T___T

  11. 5 out of 5

    Flor

    What a rollercoaster

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lou (Lou and Life)

    I was wondering through Forbidden Planet on payday and it was pure luck that I saw it and bought it. I was really happy to find the next volume and now I know that I need to keep an eye out every now and then for the next book in the series. It must be super popular because I know there will be a sequel to this one! I did enjoy the plot of this volume but I did find it to be a bit slow. It seems to be the build up to a either good climax or a bad climax. The main plotlines and problems within the I was wondering through Forbidden Planet on payday and it was pure luck that I saw it and bought it. I was really happy to find the next volume and now I know that I need to keep an eye out every now and then for the next book in the series. It must be super popular because I know there will be a sequel to this one! I did enjoy the plot of this volume but I did find it to be a bit slow. It seems to be the build up to a either good climax or a bad climax. The main plotlines and problems within the relationship is getting repetitive and therefore boring too. I am invested in the story so I will continue to the end. Overall, I would recommend this series. I do love it and I am in love with the characters. I hope for a happy ending but I do worry that one may not be given to us.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ashly

    I love this series but I'm a little disappointed in this volume. The characters hardly spend time together and when they do they have a argument or misunderstanding. And after that they don't see each other for days or weeks. This has been going on since the first or second volume and I want them to talk it out with each other already. I love the drama and angst but I wanna see this relationship develop already. I love this series but I'm a little disappointed in this volume. The characters hardly spend time together and when they do they have a argument or misunderstanding. And after that they don't see each other for days or weeks. This has been going on since the first or second volume and I want them to talk it out with each other already. I love the drama and angst but I wanna see this relationship develop already.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Amy!

    I seem to have skipped I Hear the Sunspot: Limit Volume 1! I thought this one was a little confusing when I started it, but I just figured I had forgotten a bunch of stuff from previous volumes, not I had completely skipped a volume! It was still good, though! I don't feel like missing vol. 1 took too much away from the story told in this one, though I am definitely going back to read that. I love the relationship between Kohei and Taichi, and the ending of this one broke my heart. I really, REAL I seem to have skipped I Hear the Sunspot: Limit Volume 1! I thought this one was a little confusing when I started it, but I just figured I had forgotten a bunch of stuff from previous volumes, not I had completely skipped a volume! It was still good, though! I don't feel like missing vol. 1 took too much away from the story told in this one, though I am definitely going back to read that. I love the relationship between Kohei and Taichi, and the ending of this one broke my heart. I really, REALLY hope Fumino has more planned.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    This slow burn is a bit too slow for me... but obviously will read the next one if it comes out.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kesa

    THEY NEED TO GET THEIR SHIT TOGETHER! I really love this series and I'm waiting with bated breath for the fifth volume. It's very meaningful and worth a read. Can't recommend it enough! READ IT!!! THEY NEED TO GET THEIR SHIT TOGETHER! I really love this series and I'm waiting with bated breath for the fifth volume. It's very meaningful and worth a read. Can't recommend it enough! READ IT!!!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Diamond Keeling

    4 stars What a twist at the end that left me very sad but a cute short chapter after reading it. I need the next volume NOW!!!!!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rae

    I am NOT okay and I need to know when new chapters will be released IMMEDIATELY

  19. 5 out of 5

    Dani (ダニ ¦ 다니)

    Wow, I just can't with this series and this cliffhanger and this slowburn and everything is so sad and dramatic and I want more! I need more! My children :( I just want them to be happy. Is that too much to ask? *sighs loudly* I love my children so much <3 Wow, I just can't with this series and this cliffhanger and this slowburn and everything is so sad and dramatic and I want more! I need more! My children :( I just want them to be happy. Is that too much to ask? *sighs loudly* I love my children so much <3

  20. 4 out of 5

    Moriah Venable

    I finally finished reading this! I was hesitate cause I knew the ending was going to hurt me. I need the next volume or something to know what is going to happen next. I need Tachi and Kohei to just talk and communicate with each other. Both are thinking of the other in their way and speaking the other puts things into perspective which I like. I like Ryu but I also feel he may be putting his ideals onto Kohei who doesn't see the world in the same way he does. WHEN IS THE NEXT VOLUME?! I NEED IT I finally finished reading this! I was hesitate cause I knew the ending was going to hurt me. I need the next volume or something to know what is going to happen next. I need Tachi and Kohei to just talk and communicate with each other. Both are thinking of the other in their way and speaking the other puts things into perspective which I like. I like Ryu but I also feel he may be putting his ideals onto Kohei who doesn't see the world in the same way he does. WHEN IS THE NEXT VOLUME?! I NEED IT NOW!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kastie Pavlik

    I Hear the Sunspot - not a typical yaoi, instead centering on the plot while the boys fight internal battles about their relationship in terms of love and acceptance-with a twist. Kohei is losing his hearing and Taichi genuinely wants to make a better world for deaf and hearing impaired people. This series is fantastic at showing the ways we all fail in communication and wonder about our places in the world & with each other.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    I sincerely hope there's another volume. That's all I'm going to say. :| I sincerely hope there's another volume. That's all I'm going to say. :|

  23. 4 out of 5

    Olivia

    I tried my best to not rush the final installment of "I Hear the Sunspot", but alas I could not help myself. Well, at least I was able to prolong it to two days instead of a single sit through with the fourth volume in the Fumino series. The tale of Taichi and Kohei's friendship comes to an interesting form of resolution, and their future together (in any shape or form) is certainly going to leave readers who have been on board since volume one in a bit of a conundrum. You will be oddly satisfie I tried my best to not rush the final installment of "I Hear the Sunspot", but alas I could not help myself. Well, at least I was able to prolong it to two days instead of a single sit through with the fourth volume in the Fumino series. The tale of Taichi and Kohei's friendship comes to an interesting form of resolution, and their future together (in any shape or form) is certainly going to leave readers who have been on board since volume one in a bit of a conundrum. You will be oddly satisfied and unsatisfied by the conclusion since the ambiguity of it all requires the reader to stretch their comfort zone when it comes to not having a black or white ending. That being said, I continue to admire the book for how it poses thoughts, theories, and questions about relationships (platonic or romantic) where there is a 'barrier' between the two individuals in it. Whatever might stand out and require patience in a relationship, we immediately feel like we must apologize for being a burden and therefore add distance to save the other person we care about. This series aims to remind the reader that we are not burdens to those who truly care, and that patience and compassion will always lead to a victory one way or another. Being honest and vulnerable, in the right time, is the best first step for eliminating the notion of being a burden and allowing all parties the freedom of tranquility and respect in the relationship. The series also does well to show that there are many sides to the spectrum of Deafness, and the AT to live an independent and social life. What might be right for one person is not right for another, and that is okay! Seeing all of the options is the key to finding the best and most confident fit, and I fully support that approach whether in a manga or in real life. While I am on the sadder side to see a series end, I am sure it is not the last time we will see the diversity of disabilities in manga, and in pop culture.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Atalinay

    I spent too long away form this series I forgot too much >_< Still I remembered that I like the characters. I like that it explores the difficulties of relationships between hearing and hard of hearing. Kohei doesn't want to burden anyone and Ryu is the same though they express it differently. Kohei silently distances himself or doesn't talk about his issues with Taichi. Ryu is more aggressive and abrasive toward his brother, but he achieves the same outcome as Kohei just in a different way. And I spent too long away form this series I forgot too much >_< Still I remembered that I like the characters. I like that it explores the difficulties of relationships between hearing and hard of hearing. Kohei doesn't want to burden anyone and Ryu is the same though they express it differently. Kohei silently distances himself or doesn't talk about his issues with Taichi. Ryu is more aggressive and abrasive toward his brother, but he achieves the same outcome as Kohei just in a different way. And Taichi meanwhile doesn't like this distance he feels growing between them. I really like that these issues are discussed. They don't always share their feelings, but I don't think it falls into miscommunication necessarily. It's part of their personalities to be deal with things more internally. Though I think they could gradually get passed it if everytime they felt a way they were open about it. I have hope you guys! You can do it! Also in the end (view spoiler)[ when Kohei said to take a break waaat. But I appreciate it too. He obviously cares for Taichi, but is smart enough to know when he needs to pragmatically think about things. Also in the very end "Winter of Freshman Year" chapter Taichi like a total clutz falls into Kohei and he kinda hugs him (Taichi is an oblivious buffoon), but he reprimands himself. Which on one hand is him suppressing his feelings, but on another hand it's him being considerate and subverting things we see in yaoi (which I wouldn't describe this series as) (hide spoiler)]

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ambur

    Actual rating = 4.5 stars Oh boy, that was a brutal place for this volume to end. Even with that heart-wrenching cliffhanger, I really enjoyed this volume. I love that we're getting to see both Kohei and Taichi grow into themselves, and that they're both working to explore and understand some of the deeper struggles for the deaf community in this volume. The fact that Kohei does have some hearing has meant that his experience has been very different from those who are completely deaf, and I felt Actual rating = 4.5 stars Oh boy, that was a brutal place for this volume to end. Even with that heart-wrenching cliffhanger, I really enjoyed this volume. I love that we're getting to see both Kohei and Taichi grow into themselves, and that they're both working to explore and understand some of the deeper struggles for the deaf community in this volume. The fact that Kohei does have some hearing has meant that his experience has been very different from those who are completely deaf, and I felt like this this volume really pushed both Kohei and Taichi to look closer at those differences...and because Kohei's hearing is most likely going to worsen, to also confront the fact that he may be in that same boat sooner than later. I do wish there was a bit more interaction between Taichi and Kohei in this volume since I love them together so much--I did still enjoy the volume as a whole, but I definitely wouldn't have minded some more romance. :P I really want those boys to be happy...I also just love Taichi to bits. He's so brash and reckless, but his heart is open and he's always doing his best. I love Kohei, too, but mostly he just makes me want to give him a hug all the time. I wish he wasn't so hard on himself. I have to admit that before starting this series I'd heard that the cliffhanger for this volume was brutal...so I waited to start it until volume 3 wasn't too far off. Very glad I did that...and thank goodness we don't have too long to wait now because I need to see what happens next!!!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Meg

    Truly i really do love this series and these characters so much, but i feel as though the miscommunication between the pair has really gotten frustrating and honestly feels like it’s being used to stretch the book a bit. I can understand kohei’s insecurity about his disability interfering with his relationship and both their lives, but i feel as though due to outside influences are pushing their own beliefs onto him and making his mental health worse and not just being honest with him like they Truly i really do love this series and these characters so much, but i feel as though the miscommunication between the pair has really gotten frustrating and honestly feels like it’s being used to stretch the book a bit. I can understand kohei’s insecurity about his disability interfering with his relationship and both their lives, but i feel as though due to outside influences are pushing their own beliefs onto him and making his mental health worse and not just being honest with him like they claim to be. My neighbor’s family has hearing issues as well as my best friends, some use hearing aids, some have some hearing like kohei, some are fully deaf. I’ve seen the way it affects them and it’s definitely the reason i was interested in the series in the first place, but i feel as though some of the hardships in this story are purely due to kohei’s lack of wanting to communicate because he feels so down on himself. I love these characters i truly do, but kohei really doesn’t seem to factor in all the help he gets from taichi as something he does out of care for kohei that he enjoys doing rather than something burdening and out of duty to their relationship i suppose? And taichi while having good intentions should explain them to kohei if the two would stay long enough to explain and not just say something gasp misunderstand and run away from their problems... despite the frustration in this review I’m still looking forward to the next one!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    This slow burn is killing me... However, it’s interesting how the Yuki Fumino includes subtle details, whether that’s from the Kohei and Taichi or the side characters. I love that way of indirect storytelling; it gives the reader a sense of immersion and and realism. I’m both invested in the main romance as well as the relationships the side characters have with the main characters and other side characters. At times, I thought the plot is dragging too much, but rushing an unfinished plot would d This slow burn is killing me... However, it’s interesting how the Yuki Fumino includes subtle details, whether that’s from the Kohei and Taichi or the side characters. I love that way of indirect storytelling; it gives the reader a sense of immersion and and realism. I’m both invested in the main romance as well as the relationships the side characters have with the main characters and other side characters. At times, I thought the plot is dragging too much, but rushing an unfinished plot would degrade the quality of the book exponentially. Plus, this volume feels like it’s building up to the turning point. I hope the next volume will doesn’t end with a cliffhanger...

  28. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I'm loving getting to know more about Ryu and Chiba, and Maya, too! (view spoiler)[ I always thought Maya loved Kohei but I'm starting to think that she's secretly in love with Taichi too?? I'm getting tired of the romantic conflict between Kohei and Taichi, everything could be solved if they just TALKED and LISTENED TO EACH OTHER. I think this issue has been dragged enough, so I'm really hoping in the next volume things will start to come out and be solved. (hide spoiler)] I'm really loving thi I'm loving getting to know more about Ryu and Chiba, and Maya, too! (view spoiler)[ I always thought Maya loved Kohei but I'm starting to think that she's secretly in love with Taichi too?? I'm getting tired of the romantic conflict between Kohei and Taichi, everything could be solved if they just TALKED and LISTENED TO EACH OTHER. I think this issue has been dragged enough, so I'm really hoping in the next volume things will start to come out and be solved. (hide spoiler)] I'm really loving this series and I wish it was already finished and translated u.u

  29. 5 out of 5

    Maisie Dickson(SleepyWiredStudios)

    - LOVE THIS SERIES - MY PRECIOUS CHILDREN - QUOTABLE - Has some of my disliked trope that hindered my enjoyment - THAT ENDING! - The reason I can't give it a full 5 stars is that all the problems and difficulties could have been EASILY RESOLVED with COMMUNICATION. No running away, not making assumptions, just a simple conversation. Also if this is the final volume then the ending was horrible. It left everything open-ended and after we need to spend some time apart panel I felt jipped. - LOVE THIS SERIES - MY PRECIOUS CHILDREN - QUOTABLE - Has some of my disliked trope that hindered my enjoyment - THAT ENDING! - The reason I can't give it a full 5 stars is that all the problems and difficulties could have been EASILY RESOLVED with COMMUNICATION. No running away, not making assumptions, just a simple conversation. Also if this is the final volume then the ending was horrible. It left everything open-ended and after we need to spend some time apart panel I felt jipped.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    I finished this volume today and I'm like what?! They can't end it like this?! I'm anxious to read the next and final volume of the series because I can't deal with these dumb boys being jealous all the time and not communicating their feelings... I really enjoy reading this series, as they do a flip where the normal cheerful guy is the odd man out in the deaf community as his boyfriend makes more friends who communicate with sign language. ☆☆☆☆ I finished this volume today and I'm like what?! They can't end it like this?! I'm anxious to read the next and final volume of the series because I can't deal with these dumb boys being jealous all the time and not communicating their feelings... I really enjoy reading this series, as they do a flip where the normal cheerful guy is the odd man out in the deaf community as his boyfriend makes more friends who communicate with sign language. ☆☆☆☆

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