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Ame no Hi no Iris

Ame no Hi no Iris

Alternative Titles

English: Iris on Rainy Days
Japanese: 雨の日のアイリス

Information

Type: Novel
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: May 10, 2011
Authors: Matsuyama, Takeshi (Story), Hirasato (Art)
Serialization: None

Statistics

Score: 8.301 (scored by 511 users)
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Ranked: #3342
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Popularity: #4180
Members: 1,766
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Synopsis

The story is centered around a cute android who initially had a happy life with her master who dearly loved her. But she was then struck by a series of misfortunes and ended up in a robot-equivalent of concentration camp. Through experiencing and witnessing the sufferings towards herself as well as the people/robots around her, she eventually gained a better appreciation of life.

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Dec 21, 2013
Exaccus (All reviews)
***This is a spoiler free review***

Do note that this review will not go into exquisite detail about plot events or the growth and depth of the characters. Instead, my purpose here is to convey the tone and characteristics of this wonderful narrative in order to encourage you to read it.

If I had to use only a collection of individual words (rather than sentences and paragraphs) to describe this light novel they would be words like:

Intense
Gripping
Suspenseful
Unexpected
Despair
Dramatic
Heartwarming

While Ame no Hi no Iris (aka: Iris on Rainy Days) is the first light novel that I have ever read, I must say that I am very impressed with read more
May 30, 2016
Fall (All reviews)
Iris on Rainy Days is, most prominently, a dark and engaging tale about loss and reclamation. Beyond the surface, Rainy Days is also lined with simplistic but meaningful symbolism. Make no mistakeーRainy Days is by no means light-hearted or faint-hearted. It does not pull its punches, and it doesn't dare suppress any of its views. Nothing is shoe-horned in to make the narrative more 'tasteful'. There is no hastily-constructed, poorly thought-out romance subplot or an extremely happy or extremely depressing ending appearing out of left field based only on the writer's whims. Everything that occurs throughout Rainy Days is purposeful; it works for everything it read more
Nov 30, 2016
Arasy (All reviews)
In stark contrast to the title of this novel, I read it when it was a warm sunny day and I was spending time on the Internet. This novel is wonderful to read.

When you read translations, you can't really say that you've read the work as the author intended it to be but I am sure the translators did a good job as the style of the novel was consistent and flowed naturally. The story is nothing groundbreaking, it's not something that'll amaze you but it delivers its message clearly. If you're worried that it'll be confusing since read more
Dec 2, 2016
Bombdiggitylodon (All reviews)
I really enjoyed reading Ame no Hi no Iris and so I wanted to do a quick review of this story.

Story:
Overall I think the story was pretty good but the biggest issue with it is that it gives away a lot of what is going to happen with the names of the chapters. I really wish I would have read it without looking at the synopsis on mal and seeing the names of the chapters because it would have made it much more enjoyable. Putting that aside I think that the story was well written and the idea of having robots that are so similar read more

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