Summary

Kosei Arima was a piano prodigy until his cruel taskmaster of a mother died suddenly, changing his life forever. Driven by his pain to abandon piano, Kosei now lives in a monotonous, colorless world. Having resigned himself to a bland life, he is surprised when he meets Kaori Miyazono, a violinist with an unorthodox style. Can she bring Kosei back to music, and back to life? Praise for the hit anime "Your Lie in April is about two things: loss and love... A sight to behold." Kotaku "A happy melody... about the power of music to inspire, to energize, to bring sunshine back into a life that's lost it." Anime News Network

Genre

Drama

Publisher

Kodansha

Public

New

V11 Your Lie in April

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Kaori undergoes surgery even as Kosei performs in his competition, each of them as vulnerable as ever, but finally embracing the courage to take these ultimate risks. As their journey together draws to a close, the music of their hearts lays bare the truth of their friendship—a friendship that may have begun with an April lie, but which has changed their lives and the lives of everyone around them. FINAL VOLUME!

V10 Your Lie in April

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Kosei and Nagi’s duet has carried thoughts and feelings to the most precious people in the musicians’ lives. The words, “please play with me again” from Kosei give Kaori a small ray of hope. As Kosei competes to qualify for the Eastern Japan Piano Competition in December, Kaori begins her difficult rehabilitation. Each of them starts a challenging walk forward. Will the coming winter bring healing or hardship?

V9 Your Lie in April

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“Want to commit double suicide with me?” Kaori’s words echo in Kosei’s mind. What can he do for her now, while she is still hospitalized? At the Aiza home, Nagi sees her brother Takeshi fall deeper and deeper into a slump and wonders how to cheer him up. Amid their worries, the teacher and student form a surprise duo for Kurumigaoka Middle School’s festival. What will happen with two pianists on one piano?!

V8 Your Lie in April

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After successfully performing a piece imbued with his mother’s memories, Kosei overcomes his trauma and seems stronger than ever. But for Kaori, the gala concert was spent bedridden in the hospital. Her second hospitalization, nearly back-to-back with her previous one, exacerbates Kosei’s fears. Even then, he continues to practice piano. But one day, on the way to his music lessons, a strange girl falls into Kosei’s life–what will he do?!

V7 Your Lie in April

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With Kaori nowhere to be seen at the gala concert, Kosei is forced to perform alone. As he plays, he confronts painful memories and finds a link connecting him t the audience, his late mother, and even himself. Meanwhile, Tsubaki struggles to find truth within her complicated feelings for Kosei—is he like a little brother to her, a childhood friend, or something more…?

V6 Your Lie in April

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Tsukimi Kurashita has a strange fascination with jellyfish. She’s loved them from a young age and has carried that love with her to her new life in the big city of Tokyo. There, she resides in Amamizukan, a safehaven for girl geeks who regularly gush over a range of things from trains to Japanese dolls. However, a chance meeting at a pet shop has Tsukimi crossing paths with one of the things that the residents of Amamizukan have been desperately trying to avoid—a beautiful and fashionable woman! But there’s much more to this woman than her trendy clothes! This odd encounter is only the beginning of a new and unexpected path for Tsukimi and her friends.

V5 Your Lie in April

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The music competition is in full swing, with both of Kosei’s old rivals – the genius Takeshi Aiza and unstable prodigy Emi Igawa – energized by his return. When it’s finally Kosei’s turn, he lives up to his reputation, playing precisely and flawlessly – at first. But before too long, the phantom of his mother reappears, casting him back into the dark, uncertain abyss. Can Kosei feel his way back to hearing the music again?

V4 Your Lie in April

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Kosei Arima was a piano prodigy until his cruel taskmaster of a mother died suddenly, changing his life forever. Driven by his pain to abandon piano, Kosei now lives in a monotonous, colorless world. Having resigned himself to a bland life, he is surprised when he meets Kaori Miyazono, a violinist with an unorthodox style. Can she bring Kosei back to music, and back to life? Praise for the hit anime "Your Lie in April is about two things: loss and love... A sight to behold." Kotaku "A happy melody... about the power of music to inspire, to energize, to bring sunshine back into a life that's lost it." Anime News Network

V3 Your Lie in April

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Kosei's return to the stage as Kaori's accompanist was a complete disaster. He couldn't hear the music, he lost track of the tempo, and they stopped and restarted the piece. But it did accomplish one thing: It reminded him of the thrill of playing for an eager audience. Now Kaori's demanding Kosei enter a piano competition solo, but he's terrified that, alone on the bench, the ghost of his abusive mother will paralyze him yet again...

V2 Your Lie in April

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After the death of his mother, child prodigy Arima Kosei gave up the piano forever or so he thought. That vow turned out to be no match for the persistence of sprightly violinist Kaori Miyazono, who's roped Arima back into the world of competitive classical music. But after so many years, will Arima be able to sit down at the ivories again like nothing happened? Or will history repeat itself, with Arima crumbling under the pressure?

V1 Your Lie in April

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Kosei Arima was a piano prodigy until his cruel taskmaster of a mother died suddenly, changing his life forever. Driven by his pain to abandon piano, Kosei now lives in a monotonous, colorless world. Having resigned himself to a bland life, he is surprised when he meets Kaori Miyazono, a violinist with an unorthodox style. Can she bring Kosei back to music, and back to life? Praise for the hit anime "Your Lie in April is about two things: loss and love... A sight to behold." Kotaku "A happy melody... about the power of music to inspire, to energize, to bring sunshine back into a life that's lost it." Anime News Network

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