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Puedo oír el sol, vol 2

(ひだまりが聴こえる #2)

4.40  ·  Rating details ·  1,512 ratings  ·  207 reviews
Kôhei es un estudiante de universidad solitario y poco sociable hasta que conoce a Taiichi, un chico alegre y vivaracho que llega como caído del cielo, dispuesto a cambiar su vida y despertar su sonrisa. Poco a poco, sentimientos más allá de la amistad afloran entre ambos. Es entonces cuando Kôhei se declara y…

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Paperback, 306 pages
Published 2016 by Milky way ediciones
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María
Mar 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I'm not crying, you're crying!
Whitney Atkinson
This book was a sweet continuation of book one! It was a little bit meandering in the beginning and seeing Taichi's friend group is a bit disorienting because they're quite underdeveloped, but I like the new character in this and how the two boys' relationship progressed. The ending was in an awkward place that didn't really tie a lot together, but there is another sequel afterward, so maybe it's just that it paused midseries.
Lauren Lanz
Considering the title of this volume—Theory of Happiness—it sure did give me a boost of joy! This was everything I needed and more in terms of brightening my day!

While this is technically a continuation of the first volume, I feel that people would have no trouble reading this as a standalone. We continue to see Kohei, a boy struggling with a hearing disability, as his relationship with Taichi changes and progresses.

Yuki Fumino’s art style continues to impress me; I loved the character depiction
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Cristina
Yuki Fumino's I Hear the Sunspot: Theory of Happiness follows Kohei and Taichi as their relationship deepens and becomes both more meaningful and more complicated.

As in the first volume, Fumino paints a very compelling and delicate portrait of the two characters: Taichi is cheerful and headstrong but rather haphazard in his reactions whilst Kohei is slowly growing out of his shell as he starts gaining confidence in himself and the world around him.

The friendship in the book is absolutely cent
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Rachel Kathryn Wright
This book was so sweet and so cute, I have fallen more in love with the characters. And the progression of the relationship between the two main characters, Taichi and Kohei, was so beautiful. With the continued development of the main characters and you see the start of growth in one of the new characters. The plot is amazing because it really focuses on the journeys these two characters go through. With that it helped bring so many emotions throughout the story. This book hits you in the feels ...more
Carol Flores
Oct 18, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"If I were to say I could do it over again, I’m sure I would choose this life again. Meeting Taichi has made me happy.”

This second volume is far more emotional than the first not only because there’s a new character that comes into the picture, but because it’s focused on finding the meaning to your life. Going to college and getting a degree doesn’t mean you’ll be successful or even happy; actually, it doesn’t matter what you choose to do with your life, your goal should be focused on what
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Kate
4.75/5stars

only docking a .25 because i liked the first volume a BIT more cause this one felt a little bit long

but dO I SMELL A NEW FAVORITE MANGA? I THINK I DO UWU this was so fucking adorable the rep and explanation of the rep is amazing i'm loving this SO MUCh i CANt STOP
E.
3,5 🌟

Cute, cute, cute!!! Also, I like that another hard-of-hearing person appeared in this volume and we get to see some of her perspective.

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Jes Reads
Sep 26, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Finally all my little dreams come true! While the second volume didn't hit me as hard as the first one I am still so in love with this story. I adore that we got more of an extension of the story as well as a bit more involvment and introduction of new characters. While they weren't my favorite, they're still a nice addition.

I enjoyed the extra bit of information we received for Taichi. I was so touched to read more about his family and what he wants to do with his life. Or rather how he's attem
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Giulia
May 01, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"Don’t be so quick to judge others by your own standards when you don’t even try to understand them."

Actual rating: 4.5 ⭐️

I’m freaking out. I’m freaking OUT!
I am barely alive.
Allow me to die.
Please.

This volume hit me right in the feels. Damn.
I’m an incoherent mass of joy and happiness right now.

I’m normally not a fan of plots that are based on miscommunication – and I Hear the Sunspot THRIVES in miscommunications – but this one just hit me square in the face, took a hold of my heart and did
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Aleksandra
May 13, 2018 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga
The end of chapter 6 made my cold dead heart happy, but basically I just didn't care about this volume, the drama revolved around miscommuniccation and lack of communication a lot and I was annoyed.
I just didn't care.
Manal        منال
Jun 24, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I'm crying... it was bittersweet and totally worth the read.
Patty
Aug 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga, own
I read this last year and completely forgot to mark it as read -_-

Now that a release date has been posted for limit vol 3 I can finally continue with this series :)
Lance
5 stars. After reading this volume, I need the next one. Now. Enough said.
Forthright .
A sequel to I Hear the Sunspot, in which Kohei is patient and Taichi has to figure things out. Neither easy nor trite, Theory of Happiness follows the guys as they take steps forward (even when they fear it'll push them farther apart). I appreciated how much the developing of each character quietly reinforced their connection. A little more progression (and the promise of another installment).
Marius Paulsen (Antari-kun)
this story is just amazing! Its subtle, cute, emotional and very uplifting, if you need a new obsession, try this out! loved it!
Chelsea
Feb 09, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A good ending to a sweet story, although it's not closed off to the possibility of another follow-up. I enjoyed this introduction to manga:)
Alex Richey
To anyone that saw me sobbing in the break room today, this is why. <3 ...more
Weaving Fiction ( Sj )
Jul 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2019
This was sweet and perfect. It follows Tachei and Kohei as they go to university and it shows how life and other people can keep getting in the way of things you desperately want. I really enjoyed reading this and need to read the rest of the series ASAP
Felicia
Apr 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga-comic
a good continuation. can't wait to read the next volume tonight
Flor
Mar 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2019
Oh damnit, I thought I’ve done a review for this one already
Maeve
Jun 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This sequel was as lovely as the first book. My sweet boys, I love them! ❤
Katelyn
Feb 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Absolutely in love with this story and characters. Can’t wait for the limit volumes.
Sophie
A great continuation of a lovely story. It's not very BLish, actually - in a way the BL part feels a bit forced, almost, or unnecessary? Although that's not quite right I suppose.. I think the hard-of-hearing elements (which are really well done) kind of overpower the love story, which sometimes feels like an afterthought. This is a very sweet manga, and I really enjoy reading it and I'm happy there's a continuation, but it does meander a bit. This sounds more negative than I mean it to sound, I ...more
Lou (Lou and Life)
THIS SERIES MEANS EVERYTHING TO ME AND THIS BOOK DID NOT DISAPPOINT!

Ah I love this book so much. It created so many feels in me. The story follows Kohei and Taichi. Kohei is hard of hearing (He's not deaf because he can still hear some things), and because of this people think that he is rude and is treated like an outsider. Until he meets Taichi, who is loud and charming which breaks down the walls Kohei has built. This book starts a few months after I Hear The Sunspot, and conflict has broken
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Noelle Haycraft
I liked the sequel less than the first one but considering that this manga took a little bit to get into, it makes sense.

This isn't a spoiler or anything but at the beginning of the manga, both Kohei and Taichi aren't speaking to each other which is one of the tropes that irritates me the most. You'll find out why they weren't talking to each other later, but the reason why wasn't really justified and was a classic miscommunication issue.

Other than that, this was a solid sequel and while not my
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Jessica
Aug 22, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This was okay. I really enjoyed it at first, but at the halfway point. I stopped caring about the guys (Their names escape me. And I don't care enough to look them up.) And just started skimming the rest of the book.

While is isn't the usual BL manga where one guy sexually assaults/rapes the other and that awakens him to his homosexuality and they become a loving couple or one is saved from being raped by some other creep. But it was still cliched enough that I thought I read this before and just
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B. Jean
Feb 05, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: lgbt, manga, fiction, romance
That ended in kind of a weird spot. Will there be more? I hope so. Anyway, the beginning of this lacked the charm that the first one had, but it started to resurface about halfway through. Not my favorite sequel, but I'd rather a sequel than none.
Halley Hopson
Mar 18, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4 stars!
Amy!
Ahhh, I love Kohei and Taichi! They are so wonderful, and I'm so glad they are starting to figure out their feelings and relationship.
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Yuki FUMINO ( 文乃 ゆき) is a Japanese manga artist.

Also writes under the name Yuki Akaneda (茜田 千).
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