一人交換日記 by 永田カビ

一人交換日記

拝啓。未来の私は、誰かに愛されてますか?話題作『さびしすぎてレズ風俗に行きましたレポ』の永田カビが、過去と未来の永田カビに向けて綴る、親との確執、初めての一人暮らし、愛のこと、そして・その後・の生活――。セキララエッセイコミック!【編集担当からのおすすめ情報】『さびしすぎてレズ風俗に行きましたレポ』で2...


Details 一人交換日記

Title一人交換日記
ISBN9784091893208
Author
Release DateDec 10th, 2016
Publisher小学館
LanguageJapanese
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Comics, Lgbt, Graphic Novels, Glbt, Queer
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Reviews 一人交換日記

  • Rebecca
    2018-05-08
    This is much darker than My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness, and it does come with a trigger warning for depression to the point of briefly mentioned suicidal thoughts. More than the previous book, the author is really trying to work through something, and she comes close to it without ever quite getting there. If you've ever suffered from anxiety or depression, her experiences will be very familiar...and for some readers, that might not be a ...
  • Sarah Schanze
    2018-06-05
    I've been looking forward to this ever since reading Kabi's first book. I really admire her bravery in being so brutally honest with herself and exploring her feelings. It's messy and confusing and there's no real clear answer to anything, and that makes it wonderful and real. I look forward to future volumes.
  • D
    2018-06-15
    A sequel of sorts for My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness, My Solo Exchange Diary gives us another look at mangaka Nagata Kabi's life and what happened to her after her manga had been published. We go back to the themes Nagata has already explored in My Lesbian Experience: her lack of self-esteem, her dependence on her family and their approval, her loneliness, and also her growth as a person. We see a lot more of the latter in My Solo Exchang...
  • Jhosy Lephor
    2018-06-26
    I don't know what to write in this review. This series has become very personal to me.Things that I never realized in my life were described here that caught my attention and began to make sense.This is a very intimate and striking reading as well as exciting. From the drawings that illustrate what goes on in the head of author to the narrative, everything is quite incredible.I can't wait for the next volume.A very interesting thing is that the a...
  • Alex
    2018-06-14
    Kabi doesn't hide anything from her readers, and it's such a wonderful experience to find something of myself in her experiences and feelings occasionally. She's so brutally honest about her depression that it makes the entire ordeal easier to think/talk about, without feeling taboo. A great sequel, looking forward to the next!
  • Benjamin Kass
    2018-06-11
    Continues a great series. Even though she's talking through her own depression, I find it really motivating. Seeing Nagata Kabi continue to make small improvements to her life gives me faith in my ability to work on mine.
  • Kyra Bea
    2018-06-17
    The Sequel to My Lesbian Experience With Loneliness is a book that explores more dark topics, and a lot of self analysis of the author. Like a lot of Nagata Kabi's readers, i just wanna give her a hug. Reading this book is like watching some of my friends make huge strides in life, and it makes me so happy to see them succeed. I also feel their pain when they suffer like Kabi. I think anyone can pull some valuable lessons from this book on how to...
  • Em
    2018-06-07
    Painful and funny in turns, this sequel deals with the fallout that having a successful manga doesn't actually fix any of the problems the first book was about, but now people expect you to turn those problems into more content. The structure of letters to herself casts Kabi as the victim of her own endless cycles and traps, but who among us cannot relate to that? This is a book about being mired, and captures such a sensation well.
  • Kaleb
    2018-06-07
    I wasn't sure what to expect when a sequel was announced, but I was certain that I wanted more. This book delves deeper into Kabi's mental health than I ever thought possible, making for a difficult (but incredibly satisfying) read. She dishes out brutal honesty as well as mindful tips for coping with one's mental/physical anguish. I'm always awestruck by Kabi's soft rounded and playful artstyle. It really complements, the grave tone of the book ...
  • Chris
    2018-06-19
    Nagata Kabi’s work is definitely maturing with time. This was a much stronger work than My Lesbian Experience, which lacked some structure and through line. The diary format of this book, and a stronger personal outlook on the issues she is working out, make it feel like it is moving forward and developing as you read it. I look forward to the next volume. 3.5/4
  • DrCalvin
    2018-06-25
    This was like being stabbed in the heart, with a rusty fork dipped in loneliness and mentall illness. But goddamn, if I won't endure that again just to follow Kabi's journey and struggle. Some amazing art too.
  • Caitlin
    2018-06-12
    I am still so happy that this woman is willing to tell her story. It's helped me a lot to understand and validate my own feelings and emotions. I hope she continues.
  • tori
    2018-06-07
    Eagerly waiting for the next volume!
  • clara
    2018-06-07
    Sweet, honest, and heartbreaking.
  • Mary
    2018-06-08
    4
  • Amber
    2018-06-17
    A slow start, but contains the brutal honesty of the first. Fighting. Nagata Kabi!! We'll survive!!