Lenni Reviews: “Your Lie in April” vol 11 by Naoshi Arakawa

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Now that we’ve reached the end of this series, Kosei continues to flounder with why he plays piano and Kaori goes through the surgery that may save her life.

In a way, I’m glad this series ended on a bittersweet note. It’s sad, heartwarming, a bit inspiring, and if they dragged it out for even one more panel, it would have been ruined. I’ll avoid spoilers but if you’re into music, want your heartstrings tugged, like soft, flowing art, and earnest characters, this isn’t a bad read. I give the series overall a 3.5 out of 5.

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