Reading this made me cry because I was overwhelmed by how much I empathized with the protagonist. If you're Autistic, this is a must-read.
While the synopsis of this series is dramatic, the main thrust of the series is simple; Koreeda is a down-on-his-luck Autistic teenager on the cusp of adulthood who finds himself out of options, thanks to the problems his disability causes for him. Sakai, a renowned investor, recognizes his absurd skill in cracking databases and asks him to find himself a job that Sakai can support him in.
It's a surprisingly accurate and intelligent hacking drama, and reading Koreeda warily circle around dangerous
criminals, the police, new friends, and completely ordinary citizens is magnetic even when absolutely nothing is happening. The amount of internal conflict and character writing Koreeda generates simply by existing is incredible.
As for the art, it has a sort of scratchy, wild lineart and figures that play more to gestures than to form. The panels are easy-to-follow, and it all flows nicely. The way the manga depicts emotions is fantastic, and really plays to its character-driven premise. While some might criticize it, I feel like the story would be weaker with more crisp, consistent art, and the author is definitely playing to strengths here.