Fureru to Kikoeru
If I touch you, I can hear your inside words.
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Fureru to Kikoeru

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English: If I touch you, I can hear your inside words.
Japanese: ふれるときこえる


Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 37
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 22, 2015 to Oct 5, 2016
Genres: DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool, ShounenShounen, SupernaturalSupernatural
Authors: Honna, Wakou (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Sunday


Score: 7.031 (scored by 21612,161 users)
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Ranked: #72932
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Popularity: #2577
Members: 5,235
Favorites: 34
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"If I touch you, I can hear your thoughts..."

This is the supernatural ability of transfer student Satori Osanaga, but to her, it's more of a curse than a blessing. Because of this power, her deepest desire is to avoid being touched by anyone. Unfortunately, while praying to be left alone at a local shrine, her hopes are quickly dashed; noticing her standing exposed in the rain as he is passing by, classmate Sou Izumisawa hands her an umbrella to take shelter in.

At school, Satori's strange attire and personality quickly ostracizes her from the rest of her classmates, but despite that, Sou treats her kindly, and she quickly falls in love with him. However, this has a devastating consequence for Sou, for Satori's painful power manifests within him. While listening to the inner voices of passersby becomes draining, the most painful thought he hears is that of his crush Mio Yuikawa, whom he discovers is in love with his close friend Takumi Shirase.

Distraught by this discovery, he quickly despairs at being forced to see the hearts of others. In this moment, Satori reveals the origins of the curse to Sou and proposes a solution: if he can cause her to stop loving him, he would lose his power. But to meet that end, he must get Mio to reciprocate his feelings.

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Oct 30, 2018
Yodaken (All reviews)
Fureru to Kikoeru is unique, interesting, and even surprising at points. The series shows some strong plotting and character development. Its two main flaws are the Protagonist -- who's blander than a smoothie made out of vanilla icecream and saw dust -- and the ending, that hits you suddenly. Or rather, it arrives suddenly and then is just... there. Because "hit" is too strong a word.

Don't worry, there are no spoilers ahead.

It's not a bad ending, it won't leave you in a cliffhanger or wandering what the hell just happen, but it feels token. Like the author went "welp, I'm bored!" before tying the whole read more
Apr 2, 2016
Jayden (All reviews)
"Please don't let anyone in this town bother me..."

This is the wish of Osanaga Satori who transfers to a new school and town, but her wish is very short lived as Sou Izumisawa sees Satori standing alone at a shrine in the middle of the rain and offers her an umbrella. Due to her strange supernatural ability, she wishes to avoid all contact from people as she tries to hide her appearance with thick clothing, large glasses, and a doctor's mask along with a polite and quiet demeanor. Satori has the ability to read people's minds by physically touching them, but if she falls in read more

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