The Youthful You Who Was So Beautiful


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Is there a possibility, that love doesn’t exist in the world?

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makenai89 rated it
April 16, 2016
Status: --
Reviewed at 18, rated 5.

This novel told the story of a girl and a boy who coincidentally met at a crossing point of their life. Due to some circumstances, the girl was heavily bullied by her (ex) classmates. It was seriously bloody bullying, but nobody can help her; her mother was absent, her teacher could only offer words of comfort, even police’s protection was unable to sufficiently cover her. When everything seemed bleak, the boy who was a local gangster became the only one who could provide for her. However,... more>> the threat of bullying continued hanging over their heads. Additionally, the two of them since the beginning had aimed at different direction; how would it be possible for their story to end happily?

The Youthful You Who Was So Beautiful is another beautifully poignant novel that was maligned by unreasonable one-star rater here. So far, it’s actually a good one with solid plot and steady pace. The emotions invoked by the story are so real; the helplessness that the character faced, the dilemmas which the characters as children were unable to solve, the desperation and struggles... it’s all narrated very well by the author. The novel’s hooks are also carefully placed here and there... you won’t be able to resist not coming back once you started reading it. <<less
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littleshisenki rated it
February 24, 2017
Status: --
Although the summary above is a little bit peculiar—does not contain a bit of background and curiously just a simple question in matters about love—it actually gives justice about this novel's substance as a story. It wasn't just about a silly encounter of a boy and a girl where eventually love would bloom between these young youths (or so how usual romance would go). The plot didn't stopped only to that setting field. It was even bigger than anyone would expect. It was not all about just loving someone but... more>> it was all about growing up into a capable adult or wishing to grow up becoming a better person. It's that development that attracted me the most about their connection with each other. Aside from that, kneelex on the side is highly recommendable while reading this story. <<less
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Novelmaster19 rated it
June 9, 2019
Status: c25
Looking at the summary, I was hesitant to start reading this, but I'm glad I did.

The characters are wonderfully depicted and their personality is not without flaws and that's what makes them even more realistic and loveable.

The storyline is very realistic and tackles issues that are not often talked about or just brushed over in other novels. This story had me crying several times and usually, I hate re-reading stories since I would already know how everything works out in the end, but the words and the atmosphere the author... more>> uses made me read some chapters over and over again countless times. <<less
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