*This book was given to me in exchange for an honest review.
As Shiraishi starts to experience more of actual high school life, sports day, getting little notes in his locker, having someone to celebrate his birthday with, etc, more people start taking notice of him.
It’s sweet to see these two growing closer and Shiraishi getting more friends. Something about the interaction with Shiraishi’s mother confirms my suspicion that he wasn’t as ok being invisible as we were lead to believe. He’s coming out of his shell and having more fun and it’s wholesome to see. This is a great slice of life, relaxing read. 4 out of 5.