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A Sign of Affection 3

Yuki is a typical college student–it’s just that she can’t hear. A chance encounter on a train leads to a serious crush…but will he give her a chance? A sweet and relatable manga romance from the creator of Shortcake Cake ! Even with a hearing aid, the voices of others are an indistinct blur for Yuki. But she never lets that get in the way of a life full of friends, social media, and cute fashion. One day, she’s browsing her phone on train, when a tourist asks her for directions. Yuki nearly panics…until the handsome Itsuomi steps in to help. It turns out her new crush is a friend of a friend, and Yuki’s world starts to widen. But even though Itsuomi-kun can speak three languages, sign language isn’t one of them. How will Yuki communicate her budding feelings? From the acclaimed author of Shortcake Cake , the hit shojo series with more than a million copies in print, this new work is full of real-life details about Japanese sign language and living without hearing, and it’s sure to please fans of romantic stories like A Silent Voice , Kimi ni Todoke , and Love in Focus !

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  • SubCategory: Manga
  • Age Rating: 16+
  • Publisher: Kodansha Comics
  • Barcode: 9781646512188
  • Release Date: 08/10/2021
  • Genre: Manga, Books
  • Page Count: 160
  • Print Size: 5.7400 x 8.2000
  • Eligible For Free Shipping: Yes

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