Seasons continue to change, whether we like it or not. It’s up to us to continue moving forward in life. A beautiful ending to a beautiful series, Your Lie In April will go down in my top 10 list. It would have been nice to see where their lives take them, but perhaps that’s better left to your imagination, or saved for another story. You can check out my full review on the episode and the anime here.
With all the signs last episode, I was almost certain that Kaori would bite the dust. She’s definitely a trooper, refusing to give up. Kousei has matured a lot throughout the series, and now it’s time for him to play his greatest masterpiece.
So much toying of my emotions! Not only were there adorable romantic scenes, but my heart suddenly dropped seeing both Kaori and the cat at the end of this episode.
It was adorable seeing how excited Kousei got over his egg sandwiches. Takeshi can finally move on, and stop living in his hero’s shadow. Overall, a great episode, and only 3 are remaining!
Nagi’s big moment in the spotlight, and Kousei’s here to try and take it away! Nagi definitely has shown a lot of growth in these last few episodes, which is amazing considering how they managed to develop so many characters.
Kaori finally comes clean with her condition. Nagi shows some great character development as she’s quickly becoming one of my favorite characters. Not only is she adorable, but she has shown a lot of maturity since first being introduced.
Another beautiful episode. It felt like a slice of life, but there was a ton of character development this episode. Nagi just misses her brother and wants to be part of his life again. At this point, I can’t even say Kaori is raising death flags because it seems pretty obvious at this point!
Why can’t everyone just be happy? I definitely don’t recall my middle school days being filled with so much suffering. Either way, there were a lot of touching moments this episode. Tsubaki’s break up, Kousei comforting her, and Kaori’s breakdown at the end all struck a chord with me.
No fancy piano playing this week, but man was it a beautiful episode. Basically everyone in this series is suffering with this messy love triangle/square. Everyone has feelings for each other, but can’t really intervene. On the bright side though, Kousei has really grown as a person since the earlier episodes, and is starting to look happy.