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Associated Names:* Yoru Sumino* 住野よる (Japanese Profile)Yoru Sumino (住野よる) is a Japanese writer best known for I Want to Eat Your Pancreas, the novel that became a manga and two films.
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I Had That Same Dream Again book cover
I Had That Same Dream Again
The Complete Manga Collection
Yoru Sumino - 2020-07-07
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A poignant coming-of-age tale, I Had That Same Dream Again dives into the lives of a depressed girl, a bullied high schooler, and an elderly woman seeking peace. As grade schooler Nanoka Koyanagi seeks to find her own meaning of "happiness," she discovers that these three vastly different individuals each hold a piece of her own identity. A layered and emotional story from the talented team who brought us I Want to Eat Your Pancreas.
行きたくない book cover
Shigeaki Kato (加藤 シゲアキ) - 2019-06-14
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A collection of interrelated stories exploring the universal feeling of not wanting to go somewhere or do something, whether it's a job, a relationship, or simply getting out of bed. From an awkward breakup to unexpected house guests, the characters in these stories grapple with the familiar sense of being lost, unsure, and indecisive. This touching book captures the fleeting moments of clarity and hope that arise from our deepest doubts and fears.
麦本三歩の好きなもの book cover
Yoru Sumino - 2023-09-01 (first published in 2019)
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か「」く「」し「」ご「」と「 book cover
Yoru Sumino - 2021-05-18 (first published in 2017)
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A poignant and relatable story about the "secret power" we all possess but keep hidden from the world. When a group of classmates reveal their own secrets, they become entangled in each other's complicated emotions. From the bestselling author of "I Want to Eat Your Pancreas," this novel is a beautifully written tale of youth that will resonate with readers.
At Night, I Become a Monster book cover
At Night, I Become a Monster
Yoru Sumino - 2020-04-28 (first published in 2016)
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"At Night, I Become a Monster" is a dark and riveting novel by the author of "I Want to Eat Your Pancreas". Adachi is a normal student by day, but at night, he becomes a terrifying creature who lurks in the darkness. When he meets his classmate Yano Satsuki, who has become a victim of bullying, he develops a surprising bond with her. This supernatural novel explores the ways in which humans can treat each other like monsters.
I Had That Same Dream Again book cover
I Had That Same Dream Again
Yoru Sumino - 2020-07-07 (first published in 2016)
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This riveting coming-of-age story follows grade-schooler Nanoka as she explores the meaning of happiness while trying to connect with three very different individuals: a self-harming girl, an ostracized high schooler, and an elderly woman looking for peace. The layered narrative, penned by the author of I Want to Eat Your Pancreas and At Night, I Become a Monster, offers a poignant look at the complexities of human relationships and the search for one's own identity. Don't forget to check out the manga adaptation from Seven Seas!
君の膵臓をたべたい 下 [Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai 2] book cover
君の膵臓をたべたい 下 [Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai 2]
KIRIHARA IZUMI, SUMINO YORU - 2017-06-20 (first published in 2016)
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A bestselling, award-winning coming-of-age novel has been fully adapted into a manga. An introverted high schooler named [NAME], who loves books, discovers that his classmate [NAME] has a pancreatic disease with a terrible prognosis. The two bond over their shared secret, but their relationship begins to falter over a minor incident. This emotional story will definitely make you shed a tear. Experience the same powerful emotions as the original novel in this stunning conclusion.
I Want to Eat Your Pancreas book cover
I Want to Eat Your Pancreas
Yoru Sumino - 2019-01-22 (first published in 2014)
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A moving first-person narrative tells the story of two high school classmates brought together by a shared secret: Sakura is dying from a pancreatic disease. The introverted boy stumbles upon her diary, learns her truth, and is reluctant to become her friend. However, Sakura's infectious positivity and their bond draw them together in a bittersweet tale of friendship and mortality.