A fantastic book of youth healing

Pedro 2022-11-22 03:09:57

The pig-headed boy Sakuta Azusakawa, after inexplicably met a bunny girl who "cannot be seen", discovered a peculiar phenomenon about puberty in this world - puberty syndrome. With Sakuta's curiosity and observation, he found that many people around him suffered from puberty syndrome. those who need help.

This is a simple but very heartwarming story. The setting of fantasy youth, the details of seeing the truth in peace, the vivid and lovely characters, the warm and healing dialogue, and the humorous male protagonist all make this simple story come true. A very hot core.

Every character in the play is very plump and lovely.

Sakuta Azusakawa, who is full of trains, seems lazy but is actually very careful, has a high emotional intelligence, and has a kind-hearted core; Koga Tome, who is entangled in the atmosphere and makes lame changes but finally learns to grow and be brave; IQ is very high. Tall, rational, and sarcastic, Sakuta is a "pig-headed boy", but she is actually afraid of loneliness, cherishes friendship, and is timid and lovely. Liyang Futaba is driven to grow up under pressure and expectations, and she is internally conflicted but determined in the transformation of reconciliation with her sister. The strong Toyohama Kazuka; the younger sister Azusagawa Kaede, who was taken care of by her elder brother and longed to grow up, and finally decided that she would also work hard to move forward... In the end, it was Mai Sakurajima, who lived for the sake of bunny girl-senpai, and the character with the highest light and soul in the whole article. , people can't help but feel that if she is not the ideal girlfriend in life, who else is there? ?

Koga Tomoe, Sakurajima Mai, Toyohama Kazuka, Makinohara Shoko, Azusagawa Maple, Futaba Riyo

However, this is different from the youth stories that have been seen before with grief and loss. It uses a gentle tone and a fantasy perspective to tell a story with the theme of "disappearance and reappearance". Fantastic settings surround the core of youth and growth, making this story quite innovative. Transparency caused by not being paid attention to, time reset caused by youth troubles, personality avatar caused by psychological contradiction, appearance exchange caused by mutual incomprehension, memory reading due to trauma and healing.

It's like a well-spoken book of youth, so that readers will not miss the stories they want to listen to because they are in a hurry when turning the pages. Behind every fantasy story is a gentle healing magic.

In fact, it wasn't until the end of the theatrical version that I understood why this series used the predicate "won't dream".

At the end of the theatrical version, Shoko Makinohara smiled. She rewrote the past in order to make Sakuta happy. She made such a choice actually sticking to her original idea.

"Thank you", "Come on", and "I like it the most"——With these three words in your heart, live bravely

But the forgotten future she chose was reborn at the end of the set with the phrase "Maki no Hara!" shouted by Sakuta after recalling her memory.

Dreams are the key factor connecting the story line of this fantasy world. Because of the difference in time, the self in other worlds will get different memories due to the changes in the choices made by the self in the other world, and this memory is often in the form of dreams. render.

So whether the pig-headed boy dreams of someone is actually a choice he makes every time, an answer to youth and growth.

In the end, I found that I didn't say anything about Mai-senpai.

About Mai-senpai, there are so many things that can be said, it makes people feel that there is no way to tell. Everyone has said a lot, so I won’t go into details.

However, with so many lovely girls throughout, Mai is still the most brilliant and well-deserved first heroine.

Not to mention anything else, just her words made so many people cry and break their hearts.

The so-called healing is to feel an awakening from kindness and tenderness.

It's my favorite happy ending in years.

"I'm back." "Welcome back."

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