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Your Name.

Hardcover - 23 May 2017
Shinkai, Makoto (Author)
Engel, Taylor (Translator)
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Mitsuha, a high school girl living in a small town in the mountains, has a dream that she's a boy living in Tokyo. Taki, a high school boy in Tokyo, dreams he's a girl living in a quaint little mountain town. Sharing bodies, relationships, and lives, the two become inextricably interwoven--but are any connections truly inseverable in the grand tapestry of fate?
Written by director MAKOTO SHINKAI during the production of the film by the same title, your name. is in turns funny, heartwarming, and heart-wrenching as it follows the struggles of two young people determined to hold on to one another.

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3 customer reviews Between 4−5 stars rating, 08 February 2018
Both movie and novel complete each other
By: Tania Ismiadewi

I've watched the movie first before reading the light novel. It's been a very great experience. Both movie and novel complete each other. This is just as i've expected. As the novel deepens at the characters' mind which is the movie can't really show. It also a well-translated one, as beautiful as Shinkai's words. I recommend this book to all the movie fans. It's kinda pricey for a thin book but I think it's worth it. 

3 customer reviews Between 4−5 stars rating, 17 January 2018
sangat baik
By: Reza Wahyudi

buku ini sanagat-sangat direkomendasikan. buku ini dapat membuat kita berimajinasi lebih dari biasanya

3 customer reviews Between 2−3 stars rating, 13 October 2017
A Good Companion for the Movie
By: Dimas Harjono

Your Name., also known as Kimi no Na wa, is a novel version of the highest-grossing Japanese animation movie with the same title. Because this novel is released after the movie, the buyer of this novel might be already be the fan of the movie. For the same reason, my reading experience is enhanced by my movie-watching experience. As I read this novel, the scene and the music of the movie is projected on my mind, so I don't think I can give a fair review for those who hasn't watched the movie yet.

The Japanese setting this novel takes might hinder the reader who isn't familiar with its culture, but the translation team has a good job in choosing which terms... See More

should be kept as it is with additional notes, and hich terms that should be fully translated. They even changed a Japanese only joke into a situation that can be generally accepted by English-speaking reader.

As the story goes, it is well-written, but has rushed pace here and there. It may be because the writer himself has already fix point of view from the film, but has some different ideas as how he will express it in the novel. So those who had watched may have some advantages in imagining, but also irky feeling when they cannot fit the movie into the novel.

Nevertheless, this is a good read for Your Name. fans. They can capture details that they may have missed because of the "silent narration" or "visual narration" that quite elusive in the movie. It is a recommended reading as we waiting for the DVD release. For the new reader, I think it is better to watch the movie first, then back to this book to get a whole experience.

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