Your Lie in April 1

Your Lie in April 1

by Naoshi Arakawa

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Overview

Your Lie in April 1 by Naoshi Arakawa

A LIFE IN MONOTONE
Kosei Arima was a piano prodigy until his cruel taskmaster of a mother died suddenly, changing his life forever. Driven by his pain to abandon piano, Kosei now lives in a monotonous, colorless world. Having resigned himself to a bland life, he is surprised when he meets Kaori Miyazono, a violinist with an unorthodox style. Can she bring Kosei back to music, and back to life?

Praise for the hit anime
“Your Lie in April is about two things: loss and love… A sight to behold.” -Kotaku
“A happy melody… about the power of music to inspire, to energize, to bring sunshine back into a life that’s lost it.” - Anime News Network

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781632361714
Publisher: Kodansha International
Publication date: 04/21/2015
Series: Your Lie in April Series
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 139,957
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.60(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

Naoshi Arakawa is a manga creator living in Japan. Your Lie in April is his first series in the U.S.

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Your lie in April 1 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best manga I have ever read! I highly recommend it to any experienced manga readers.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This manga is great
Nikki_Mansfield More than 1 year ago
I was very interested in this title when I saw it was coming out and I'm thrilled I took a chance on it. It was utterly wonderful and better than I had expected. (My usual tastes are sci-fi/horror/ninja battles) A dramatic, slice of life tale with a twist. The main theme here is music. The major character Arima is a piano prodigy, but he gave it all up after his domineering strict mother died. He then meets a violin virtuoso who knows who he is/was. Kaori is unorthodox in her musical style and wants Arima to take up the piano again. But Kaori has a lot of baggage and issues associated with his playing, stemming from his upbringing, that he is going to have to deal with if he's to ever find a real passion for the music that is so much a part of him. The art here shows the music very well using all sorts of motion including body movemet and audience reaction that one gets a real sense of sound and tempo just from the illustrated page. The characters are sweet and adorable with many layers; I felt completely satisfied with them and am intrigued with where this story will go in the next volume.