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La ciudad al atardecer. El país de los cerezos

La ciudad al atardecer. El país de los cerezos

En Hiroshima, el alma de una joven tiembla con cada vez más fuerza. ¿Qué significó la guerra...?...

Titulo:La ciudad al atardecer. El país de los cerezos
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  • Seth T.

    It’s not often that I’ll be stunned—actually stunned—by a book or story. Despite its unwieldy title (one that prevents me from being able to recommend it in verbal conversation), Town of Eveni...

  • Phoenix2

    The manga presented a rather painfull subject, with a nice, touching story and beautiful art. The first part was heavier than the other two, but it was mastefully connected to one another. It was actu...

  • Dov Zeller

    This book is made up of two connected stories, both exploring the consequences of the atom bomb for those living in Hiroshima during and after the bombing. In the first story, a young woman feels guil...

  • Noninuna

    2nd Read - 2019It's a wonder that what you read for the first time was different of what you read the second time. Apparently, Minami was not a seamstress, her mother is and she is an office lady. But...

  • Mike

    Beautiful and heart-wrenching. Town of Evening Calm, Country of Cherry Blossoms is a masterpiece of tragedy, despair, hope, and life.Nothing happens in a vacuum. Even insignificant events can have rip...

  • Greta G

    Two interconnected short stories about the aftermath of the Hiroshima bombing. A powerful, but challenging read. It took me several hours to complete this 100 page manga, because it was quite confusin...

  • Karina

    A powerful manga depicting the effects of the Hiroshima bombing to the people of Hiroshima - specifically to a woman who feels guilty for surviving. It has two connected stories of members from the sa...

  • Kristen

    I finally got around to reading this because it is a Monthly Read for the Josei and Seinen Readers club. The art has a classic feel to it that I rather enjoyed. There are lovely, detailed backgrounds....

  • San

    Sad yet beautiful and touching. I've reread this many times and definitely recommend it....

  • Lisa

    This book made me think about and reflect on Hiroshima in ways I have not before....

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