I Want to Eat Your Pancreas (Manga): The Complete Manga Collection
About this deal
I'm a nerd, and unlike now days, growing up isolation and picked on went hand in hand with being one.
And I appreciate the attempton the girl's part to live as normally as possible while dying, though I'm not sure if I care for the bucket list mentality of "living life to the fullest" or the idea that living in depression is somehow less "normal" than living happily. EditSynopsis The novel's story is told from the point of view of an unnamed protagonist who happens to find a diary in a hospital one day.The innate beauty in being able to recognize ourselves in others, as living, breathing human beings. On the one hand, this could have turned out extremely trite, with characters working as living tropes and a storyline more predictable than the death of the character who walks into the basement during a horror movie. I started reading this manga without reading the synopsis first knowing that it is well known for a reason, not knowing what to expect.
Sorry guys but you will get emotionally invested just for the author to be a complete dick for no reason that enhances the story.But today I decided to just pick a random manga or manhwa to give a review to and this is what I came across of.
As a result, some weird part of me seeks out all the 'tear-jerker' media I can get my hands on to see if it 'works' on me. Haruki, a boy who can be described as a perfect example of an introvert, a boy whose life is being spent by reading books. The diary belongs to his classmate, a girl named Sakura Yamauchi, who is revealed to be suffering from a terminal illness in her pancreas, and who only has a few months left to live.Sakura Yamauchi is dying from a pancreatic disease and now he is the only one person outside her family to know the truth.