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    Bokuto sees him every day, every commute, at the final train. The stranger he only knows as Train Guy. Wrapped in coats, mystery, and distance - that is, until Bokuto breaks their familiar silence. He struggles with the hardest part of befriending someone he thinks he already knows: taking a step back to reevaluate all his assumptions.

    He finds the easiest part is getting to learn about Train Guy all over again.

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    so sweet

  5. 27 May 2018

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    A wonderfully, emotional fic that is exceptionally written.

  6. 07 May 2018

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    One of the best and beautiful story of BokuAkaa.

  10. 18 Apr 2018

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  11. 15 Apr 2018

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  18. 07 Apr 2018

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    Omg, I'm not over this. I just read it and holy shit. It's amazing and I love it and it's amazing and I said that already but I just can't - words. I just want to say I really, really, really love this.

    First things, the writing style was amazing and you showed the characters so well and their thoughts and emotions. I really loved seeing into each character's head and how they see others. Also, just everything. I just can't. Holy crap.

    I really appreciate how you showed mental illnesses as well and how you just wrote them and showed the blunt, ugly truth. I REALLY DON'T HAVE WORDS FOR ALL THE REASONS WHY I LOVED THIS. The entire journey for all the characters, the character development, all the little things like mannerisms and how everything is foreshadowed and you can probably take a good guess at Akaashi's story and yet it's still terrible and sad and haunting. I just appreciate how human this story was and how real it was and just. Words. I feel like I keep saying that, but that's because it's completely true and I just don't have any explanation for why I loved this.

    What I, personally, found a deep connection to was Bokuto's reaction to Akaashi's story - mainly because about two months ago (minus seven days) one of my best friends (love you Lyds - don't ever forget it!) was hit by a car, and she wasn't injured badly, but it impacted everyone's lives so much, and I (am trembling at the memory of it apparently) Bokuto's reaction was perfect and it reminded me of how I felt. And yeah, she didn't go through anything that Akaashi did - but experiences and reactions are subjective and relative, and the point stands that it happened. However, watching her move forward in life and face everything and she's not in the best mental place, but she's moving forward. I still remember her telling me this was the first time she had been down the street, this is the first time she's been back in this shop, and I always feel so proud of her for how far she's come and that she's seeking help and I just can't. Anyway, my point wasn't to talk about this, but to reveal I felt a really strong personal connection to this book and it was amazing and I loved it.

    (Also, thank you so much for sneaking in an aromantic character - 'aro ass' I remember the exact quote - because I will always want more representation in this).

    Once again, you've written an amazing book and you should be so proud of yourself and I can't wait to reread this!

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