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Komi Cant Communicate
Komi Cant Communicate | Tomohito Oda
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Timid Tadano is a total wallflower, and thats just the way he likes it. But all that changes when he finds himself alone in a classroom on the first day of high school with the legendary Komi. He quickly realizes she isnt aloofshes just super awkward. Now hes made it his mission to help her on her quest to make 100 friends! -- VIZ Media
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TheBookDream
Komi Cant Communicate | Tomohito Oda
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Panpan

I almost DNF. This book hit me all the wrong ways. #Kobo #BrooklynPublicLibrary #marvellousmarch #seriesread2021

TheSpineView 👍📖📚 10mo
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Librarian_Meli
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Pickpick

This is the first Manga book I‘ve ever read & it‘s a cute storyline!! Komi literally cannot verbally communicate & everyone @ her school thinks she‘s popular & she‘s someone they all admire.. Tadano quickly realizes what‘s wrong with Komi & decides to help her make 100 friends!! -I can‘t wait to read the other books & see what mess Tadano gets in from trying to help Komi without making her feel uncomfortable #manga #komicantcommunicate

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SW-T
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Pickpick

Komi is socially awkward and comes across as reserved. Tadano is a wallflower. Tadano decides to help Komi make friends. Mostly comic feel about the awkwardness of growing up and trying to fit in.

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BookishRedhead
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Pickpick

Komi my sweet little angel.
I feel ya girlie.
This was a cute and a little relatable.

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iread2much
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Pickpick

This is an interesting manga about a freshman who befriends a girl with crippling social anxiety. I liked how the author had scenes from Komi‘s point of view as well as Tadano‘s point of view. This is a fun book for high schoolers and I‘m happy to have a recommendation for students with social anxiety ready to go. 3/5 stars

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AMVP
Komi Cant Communicate | Tomohito Oda
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A lot of manga, especially that which is aimed at young boys, can be indulgent and problematic. At its best (or even at the same time), it can be a great means for getting those same young boys to engage with their emotions in a way that encourages vulnerability and empathy.