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Synonyms: Goldfish Sonata, Silent Love Song, Kingyou Sou
Japanese: 金魚奏


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 9
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 10, 2005 to Feb 10, 2007
Genres: DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, ShoujoShoujo
Authors: Fujitsuka, Yuki (Story & Art)
Serialization: LaLa DX


Score: 8.071 (scored by 34343,434 users)
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Ranked: #5602
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Popularity: #1786
Members: 7,787
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During springtime in their second year of high school, Asuka fell in love with Masami after seeing him play the Harmony Drums during the festival. However, Masami is deaf, and in his own soundless world, he has closed his heart. With this, their miraculous but painful love quietly begins. A pure midsummer love story that will warm your heart. Fujitsuka Yuki's long awaited debut comic!

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Dec 24, 2010
Kumorin (All reviews)
I just had to write a review for this. First off, I stumbled across this manga by chance, and I'm glad I did.

Story 10/10:

The plot is not so original, but the way the story progresses is just amazing! It's not like many other shoujo mangas out there where the hero meets the heroine and poof!, they fall in love. There is a very strong sense of reality to it because everything that happened actually took time, instead of just happening overnight and everyone lives happily ever after. What I love about it is that the guy isn't the 'good-at-everything-he-does-and-extremely-good-looking-with-tons-of-fangirls' type, and the girl doesn't read more
Mar 15, 2011
Moon_Light (All reviews)
Falling in love is never easy, wait that’s wrong. Falling is easy the hard part is not knowing if you fell alone.

We are all fishes in this big ocean.Right until the very end this analogy didn’t run thin. Partly because it fit the mood of the manga perfectly and to a degree it makes perfect sense.
Silent Love Song demonstrates a relationship in it’s most basic level and yet the way it untangles and the characters make it the most realistic manga I have read. There are no exaggerations to make you laugh or that destroy the realism of the manga. It’s amazing in it’s read more
Jun 3, 2013
Nocti (All reviews)
The plot in this manga isn't that innovative, put it isn't the usual shoujo fairy tail either. The mail character isn't the typical shoujo prince, the female character cries here and there, but in situations that call for it... there is no unnecessary crying. The love story is realistic, it moves forward in a slow reasonable pace. Although one of the characters has a serious handicap (his can´t hear), there isn't too much melodrama... The main problem among the characters is that they need to learn how to communicate their feelings.

I really love mangas where Japanese tradition is shown, be it go, karuta, poetry, traditional read more
Feb 3, 2012
mangalover939 (All reviews)
This manga is one of the most sweetest and heartwarming shoujo mangas I have ever read. A friend recommended this manga to me and I was very hesitant to read it but now that I have, I have no regrets.

At first, I thought it was just like any other cliche shoujo manga were the girl meets the boy and they eventually fall in love, but I was definetly proved wrong.

Story: 10/10
This story is about a young girl called Asuka who falls in love with Masami who is actually deaf. The manga follows their ups and downs in their new found love. The read more

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