A Silent Voice Manga Volume 2

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SKU: 9781632360571

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About A Silent Voice Manga Volume 2

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A Silent Voice Manga Volume 2 features story and art by Yoshitoki Oima.

It's been five years since Shoya Ishida bullied Shoko Nishimiya so badly she left their elementary school, because of one simple difference between them: Shoya can hear, and Shoko can't. In the intervening time, Shoya's life has changed completely. Shunned by his friends, Shoya's longed for the chance to make up for his cruelty. When it finally comes, will he find the voice to tell Shoko he's changed? And will Shoko listen?


  • Publisher: KODANSHA COMICS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Drama
  • Themes: School Life
  • Age Rating: 16+
  • Release Date: 7/28/2015
  • Page Count: 192
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.5
  • Written Language: English

Ratings & Reviews

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In contrast to the first volume, which contained hardship and frustration the second volume tells a much different tale of redemption, self-loathing, and possibly even forgiveness.
Shoya learned sign language!!! That is about the most touching act ever! I was all set to hate his guts even while he was considering suicide, but now I totally think he deserves a second chance.
A theme is introduced; "what is friendship?"
There are a few new characters on the scene. Shoya has a niece (but where is his sister and the baby's daddy?), Shoko has a little brother (sister?!), and Shoya's new best friend.
Shoya's mom is insane.
Speaking of mothers, I can not decide whether Shoko's mom is the most overprotective parent ever or the most dense when it comes to her deaf daughter.
I'm sure there's a deeper meaning to the conflict, but right now it is still unclear to me.
How did Shoko get to be so selfless??

Continue buying and supporting industry

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The story only gets better

One of the best manga ever

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While the first volume sets everything up at a good pace, the second volume is when the tale starts to blast off into amazingness.

Give it a read! Bet you like it

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Love this manga so much. Its one if my favorites and a very eye opening premise.

My new favourite manga!!

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This is a must have in any manga collection! This manga has a really nice story and artwork and keeps getting better in each chapter. If you have watched the movie, the manga is just as good or even better!