Name: A Sign of Affection (Yubisaki to Renren)
Mangaka: Suu Morishita
Volumes: 8 (Ongoing)
Releases: V.05 (Ongoing)
Genre: Josei, Slice of Life
Age Group: Older Teen
Summary: Yuki is a typical college student, whose world revolves around her friends, social media, and the latest sales. But when a chance encounter on a train leads to her meeting friend-of-a-friend and fellow student Itsuomi-san, her world starts to widen. But even though Itsuomi-kun can speak three languages, sign language isn’t one of them. Can the two learn to communicate the budding feelings between them?
Graphics Rating: 5/5
Plot Rating: 5/5
Opinion: If you’re a fan of down to earth soft/realistic romances you will love this series! It’s only two volumes in and I can’t tell you how many times it has left me breathless.
The art is very mature and it compliments the story well. It’s not overtly sparkly but the main guy looks amazing. Also since the series has so much sign language the artist portrays it so well! It’s very impressive.
The characters are very realistic and the romance is so soft and lovely. I’m not sure if there’s another way to describe it. The plot isn’t driven by drama but instead by the heroine and the main guy learning to understand each other.
If you read any manga ever I highly recommend this series. Great if you like soft romances with little drama.
Final Rating: 5/5