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Anonymous Noise Manga Volume 17

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SKU: 9781974709533

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About Anonymous Noise Manga Volume 17

Anonymous Noise manga volume 17 features story and art by Ryoko Fukuyama.

After completing the in-store performance that marks their final act as an active band, the members of In No Hurry go their separate ways, each seeking a path to better themselves. Meanwhile, Momo finally crafts a song that captures his long history with Nino, but can he find the courage to ask her to sing it?

Details

  • Publisher: SHOJO BEAT
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Themes: Music, Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Release Date: 11/5/2019
  • Page Count: 192
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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4 star rating out of 5

This was a good volume!

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Sort of in shock this is the second to last volume.

That's not what I wanted to say for my review originally, but it hit me once I closed this volume.

I don't feel I'm ready to say goodbye…

This was an emotional volume but it felt deeper than the previous volumes? Maybe not as much as deeper as more of it wasn't saddening?

Now don't get me wrong, this volume had a HUGE sad point but again, it's different than before. While this series may have a lot typical shojo drama and angst, the mangaka doesn't shy away from heart-hitting topics. The more we've come to know about Yuzu's mom, the more my feelings have changed towards her.

I was thankful that their scenes did not end in depressing heartbreak and that hope is on the horizon. <3

Overall, this was a good volume! Lots of heavy themes (but not in a bad way) that really left an impression!