A Silent Voice 7 [2016, PDF/EPUB, ENG]

by Yoshitoki Oima

(685 ratings)
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Shoya’s life hangs on by a thread after he jumped just in time to save Shoko. Despite the despair, Shoko is determined to move forward and get back what she thinks she has ruined… But broken friendships can heal, too. Quietly, but surely, the disbanded crew finds their spirit — the show must go on! As the movie-making reconvenes, the kids begin to transform the world that had once been so cruel to them. What could the future hold for everyone?

Final volume!
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Book details

  • Author : Yoshitoki Oima
  • Publisher : Kodansha Comics; Illustrated edition
  • Published : 05-30-2016
  • Language : English
  • Pages : 192
  • ISBN-10 : 1632362228
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1632362223
  • Reader Reviews : 685 (4.9)

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Yoshitoki Oima

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Reader Reviews

reunions and the ending
Reviewed in the United States on 06-01-2016
Shoya returns to the land of the wakeful, and it's time for him to face everybody, beginning with an improbable escape so he can meet Shoko at their meeting spot, the bridge. Yeah, it's a bit of a stretch that he could do what he does in this story, but it works for the story.

After that, and some recovery time from his injuries, he reunites with the friends he scattered a couple of volumes ago. Tomohiro's movie gets completed, gets recognized, then gets shot down in a very ugly and unfair way.

It's a bit amusing that a story that began with serious controversy has also ended with some controversy, too, though of a less serious sort. My own observation has been that the open-ended nature of the ending has left people less then satisfied. And it I were honest, I can't much blame them.

A Silent Voice hasn't been primarily a romantic story, it's dealt with many other big issues then just somehow getting the two main characters together. Still, it has been an element in the story, from Shoko's failed attempt to voice her feelings back in Volume 3 to even Shoya's struggles to get to her immediately after awaking from his coma. Heck, in this volume they have their first real argument. And by the end, it's pretty plain that everybody except Shoya knows how Shoya feels about Shoko.

The ending isn't bad, I think. It's a hopeful ending, though I can understand how people would want something more concrete, something like a declaration from Shoya.

So, read this volume. If you don't, we'll throw peanuts at you.
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Lindsay Martin
Middle school love this book!
Reviewed in the United States on 12-05-2022
I bought this series for my middle school reading class, they devoured it!!.
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the spine is a little ripped, and the back had a huge sticker that did NOT tear off smoothly.
Reviewed in the United States on 08-23-2022
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