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Toumei Ningen no Hone

Toumei Ningen no Hone

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Bone of an Invisible Human
Japanese: 透明人間の骨

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 22
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 26, 2017 to Mar 13, 2018
Authors: Ogino, Jun (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Jump+

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Ranked: #29472
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Popularity: #7051
Members: 1,386
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Synopsis

At first glance, the family of Aya Kinomiya may seem quite ordinary: loving mother and father, and a kind elder brother, however, appearances can be deceiving—Aya's father constantly beats her mother, scolds her daughter, and commits other inappropriate deeds. Because of all this, Aya envies children who actually have really loving fathers.

One day, once again witnessing a quarrel between father and mother, Aya experiences a great deal of stress, due to which she gains an ability to turn invisible. At first, the girl is indulged with superpowers, but soon she makes a decision that will probably make her blame herself for the rest of her life...

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Aug 9, 2019
Sardinecow (All reviews)
“Would I be forgiven for that? For just taking the easy way out…?”

Toumei Ningen no Hone (Bones of an Invisible Human) is a poignant piece of murder and empathy; contrary to most narratives involving death, our stoic character Aya Kinomiya struggles in world that surprisingly isn't cruel enough, and because she finds very little outlet for her own punishment, she fears that she'll become numb to her own crime as a murderer. In fact, in a few of my favorite scenes, Aya's facial expression implies a sense of relief when her father's image comes to haunt her, preventing her from developing friendships as middle school read more

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