I Had That Same Dream Again (Novel)

£9.9
FREE Shipping

I Had That Same Dream Again (Novel)

I Had That Same Dream Again (Novel)

RRP: £99
Price: £9.9
£9.9 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods

Description

One thing I will say in Sumino's favor is that Nanoka is a much better, more nuanced and three dimensional character than the lead in Pancreas was. Unlike the main character in that novel, who was just a quiet non-entity who was solely made so he can learn the beauty of life from his classmate, Nanoka has much more depth and personality to her. She's a precocious, outspoken kid who loves reading and tries to be as smart as she can, is a little egocentric, judges her classmates before getting to know them, tends to push her beliefs onto others without respecting their boundaries and wishes, and while she tries to be compassionate towards others, she makes plenty of childish mistakes that she has to learn from. She's not exactly a perfect portrayal of a child though, as Sumino makes it clear through the writing that she's not exactly the best at writing children. Nanoka often says a lot of philosophical things that no child in real life says, and she's always going on saying "Life is like X because Y and Z," and things of that nature, with a lot of gratuitous introspection that is unbelievable for a child of her age. Plus, her behavior in the beginning can make her very hard to like. Then again, it's very hard to write children realistically, especially if one hasn't really been around them all that much, which is understandable. As far as being a realistic child goes, Nanoka's not getting any points there, but as a flawed, three-dimensional character who actually grows, develops, and learns, Sumino fared much better here than she did in Pancreas.

I Had That Same Dream Again – English Light Novels I Had That Same Dream Again – English Light Novels

Terjemahannya bagus! Penerbit Haru kalo nerjemahin novel Jepang selalu oke ya. Beda banget kalo nerjemahin novel Korea (biasanya gue speneng, makanya banyak DNF dan bakal coba baca lagi kalo inget secara banyak banget timbunanqu akan terjemahan korehe Haru yang ndak kelar2 dibaca mwehehe). Tapi yang nerjemahin yang punya kantor katanya. Jadi, ya tentu mantappu. Kalaupun dibilang kecewa, aku kecewa karena saat PO buku ini dari Grobmart, aku ikut program PO yang menjanjikan adanya bonus kalung imut dari Haru. Tapi waktu paket yang ditunggu-tunggu datang (luama banget lho aku nunggunya. Hampir sebulanan. Mungkin karena kudu nunggu buku dicetak dan proses distribusi di toko-toko), kalungnya malah nggak ada. Pas aku nanya Grobmart (ya kali aja ketinggalan gitu), bilangnya karena persediaan memang sudah habis. Lah??? Aku kan udah PO duluan sesuai dengan tenggat waktu dari Haru... Biasanya yang kayak gini POnya bakal dibatasi sesuai dengan persediaan bonus barang yang ditawarkan, kan? Kok jadi gini, sih? Huhuhu... There are many things that I love about the story, and the dialogue is one of the reasons. The dialogues are so heartwarming. They can be advice that punches deep inside your heart and makes you cry rivers of tears, but they can also be the sweet things that make you smile when you feel happy. Manga those limitations don't exist. So if you want the best selection and you also want to save money thenRunning Gag: Nanoka is constantly saying "Life is like [X] because [Y]", with X and Y changing every time she says it. Self-Harm: When Nanoka first meets Minami, she's cutting her left forearm with a box cutter, and has numerous scars from earlier wounds. Nanoka tries to figure out why someone would do this, with a variety of reasons given by others. Character: The characters of the story were great, they played integral parts of the plot and I loved it. Aku tidak ingin kau menjadi seperti aku yang membiarkan pertengkaran hingga akhirnya tidak lagi bisa bertemu. (Minami to Nanoka, 112)"

I Had That Same Dream Again Manga on Mangakakalot Read I Had That Same Dream Again Manga on Mangakakalot

If you often feel sad and think that nothing can make you happy anymore, this might be the manga that you can relate to. The story is about a girl named Nanoka who is in search for the meaning of happiness. Her sensei asked the class to prepare a presentation for the answers and Nanoka still doesn't know what really makes her happy. She went to meet her friends and there are lots of new things she learnt after spending time with them.

Omnibus

I Too Saw the Same Dream ; Mata Onaji Yume wo Mite ita ; Mata, Onaji Yume wo Mite ita ; Mata, Onaji Yume o Mite ita

Mata, Onaji Yume wo Miteita (I Had That Same Dream Again Mata, Onaji Yume wo Miteita (I Had That Same Dream Again

Ceritanya sederhana, tentang Koyanagi Nanoka yang mencari arti kebahagian. Sepanjang cerita, kita akan disuguhi perjalanan Nanoka-chan bertemu kenalan baru yang mengubah hidupnya. It's when neither of these women are home that Nanoka meets her third friend, a high school girl whom she calls Minami for the name of the school on her uniform. Nanoka finds Minami on the roof of an abandoned building in a different part of the forest, and to her horror, when she discovers her, Minami is engaged in cutting herself. Nanoka can't quite understand why she'd want to, but she's immediately thrilled that Minami is writing stories and demands to read them. Eventually the girl gives in, and it is the combination of Nanoka's complete and total belief in Minami's writing ability and a fight she has with her parents about missing visiting day at school that brings the truth of who Nanoka's friends really are to light. Narasinya lucu, kerasa vibe anak SDnya karena POVnya pakai sudut pandang Nanako yang super lugu, naif, sok pintar, dan ceplas ceplos. Nanako ini unik bangettt! Suka menggambarkan kehidupan meggunakan frasa "hidup itu seperti...."Dan lucunya lagi, Minami, Abazure, dan Nenek juga ikut-ikutan ngomong gitu. Beberapa kesukaanku : I was going to give this four stars, but this book IS something special and it had me tearing up at the end which means it really got me in the feels in a way a story has not done for a very, very long time.An unhappy girl who engages in self-harm, a woman ostracized by society, and an old woman looking to live out her twilight years in peace―what could three such different people have in common? That’s what grade schooler Koyanagi Nanoka is trying to find out. Assigned by her teacher to define what “happiness” means to her, Nanoka sets out to get to know these three strangers―and through them, perhaps, to know herself too.

I Had That Same Dream Again also enjoyed Readers who enjoyed I Had That Same Dream Again also enjoyed

Characterization in this is so very good and I suspect that’s because of it being a manga version of a novel. Each of the three friends is at a very different place in life (which is a big clue to what’s afoot) and has specific regrets that, through their interactions with Nanako, they help to correct. Enjoyment: I wanted to read more and more about this little girl's life. I wanted to know what all the characters had to do with each other. I definitely enjoyed it. Dalam mencari tahu jawaban ini, Nanako tidak lepas dari bantuan 4 orang temannya : si kucing berekor putus, Minami-san : anak SMA yang doyan doing self-harm, Abazure san, dan Nenek. Nanoka digambarkan sangat berani menghadapi penindasan dan juga intimidasi dari anak-anak cowok itu. Lidahnya sangat tajam jadi dia sering menang berdebat kalau diolok-olok mereka semua. Luar biasa! Padahal, kalau anak-anak lain ditempatkan pada posisi Nanoka mungkin bakalan kaget sampai nggak bisa bicara sama sekali.A layered coming-of-age story from the author of I Want to Eat Your Pancreas and At Night, I Become a Monster. (And don’t miss the manga adaptation, also available from Seven Seas.) An unhappy girl who engages in self-harm, a high schooler ostracized by her classmates, and an old woman looking to live out her twilight years in peace–what could three such different people have in common? That’s what grade schooler Nanoka Koyanagi is trying to find out. Assigned by her teacher to define what “happiness” means to her, Nanoka tries to find her place in the world by exploring her relationships with these three strangers, and through them, comes to know herself. I Had That Same Dream Again by Yoru Sumino – eBook Details



  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns

Fruugo

Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop