After Juri's third suicide attempt, only her aunt Monica cares enough to help her. Monica is a nun who regularly visits convicts and, believing that Juri will provide some insight on these emotionally destitute men, invites her to come along. One such prisoner is Yuu, who is on death row for murder, but has refused all visitors because of the hypocrisy he sees in the religious and other self-proclaimed do-gooders. When the two meet, they realize they have lived through similar turmoil, and agree to reconvene weekly to try to make sense of their lives.
The following review is part of the forums Secret Santa event for 2014. There’s nothing quite like a good seinen/josei story that does away with the usual genre tropes so it can focus on telling a concise, meaningful story with true depth of character and theme. And for the most part, Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan manages to be all of the above. No time at all is wasted in getting to the meat... read more
7 is baed + enjoyment factor while with all above stuff now i know that you might be thinking that you must give it 10 nah but not giving reason are : 1.It is a manga and in manga more of the flow must be depicted through the pictures it is a novel adaptation so i think that as a reader wound up betwwen picture and conversational aspect , depth of story and emotions are outright but this doesn't fit the genre... read more