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Akaku Saku Koe

Akaku Saku Koe

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Hana Dorobou, Coffee-hirari, The Voice That Blooms Red, Red Blooming Voice
Japanese: あかく咲く声

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 14
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 24, 1998 to Dec 9, 2000
Genres: Drama, Romance, Shoujo
Authors: Midorikawa, Yuki (Story & Art)
Serialization: LaLa

Statistics

Score: 7.491 (scored by 1506 users)
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Ranked: #38052
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Popularity: #2766
Members: 3,405
Favorites: 13
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Synopsis

Karashima is a high school boy with a beautiful voice. So beautiful that he can make anyone do anything, just by saying the words. Because of his potentially dangerous ability, he distances himself away from people but soon finds himself in the middle of various criminal investigations that he can help solve, and a girl named Kokubu who seems in love with him.

(Source: Aerandria)

Included one shots:
Volume 2: Hana Dorobou, Coffee-hirari

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Characters

Sakamoto, Kentarou
Supporting
Iinchou
Supporting
Fukuiinchou
Supporting
Takahira
Supporting
Mizukami
Supporting


More reviewsReviews

Feb 13, 2010
Moon_River (All reviews)
This is my first review and I was waiting for the right manga/ anime to start with.

Akaku Saku Koe is a refreshing story plot. The series is shorter, which sometimes can make the story telling harder. In shorter series it either rises to the challenge or fails. This manga definitely rose to the challenge and suceeded in staying true to the plot and keeping interest.

The theme came across well, a gift can be a curse but people in your life can influence you for the good. The plot progresses well and the characters' change and growth moves well. This read more
Jun 9, 2012
Lokastor (All reviews)
Before I start,I want to tell everybody that this is my first review and to apologise if there are spoilers in it.Well I am not very good with the English language so please don't hate me if there are mistakes. :)
I will do my best.

When I saw the manga I was very happy because I like Midorikawa Yuki's works,and i like romantic stories.On the other hand i remembered about "Hotarubu no mori e" and it's sad ending and felt unease about reading it.But then i told myself:
-If you don't try it,you will regret.
Now I am happy that I red the manga because " read more
Dec 20, 2017
websky (All reviews)
Story
Overall the story is a nice blend of action and romance, the shoujo present throughout and making the story feel real. You don't feel the typical high school type drama, but more action and character based making the story engaging.

Art
Art is very simplistic, but it's drawn nice enough that you're never distracted.

Character
The main romance really drives the plot, even though it does kind of feel one-sided at first the girl chasing the guy, it kind of finds it way later on in the story. Though at the end I kind of wondered if they rushed some things, or didn't rush enough.

Enjoyment
The atmosphere read more

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