T_TFull review to come with some snapshots I took of some pages to illustrate just how well this author conveys blindness, deafness, despair, hope, and kindness all with very few words.This is a Korean webtoon, and if you're unfamiliar with them, they're actually posted for free on the publisher's site with a new chapter usually put up weekly, I believe. The only hurdle is finding a translation if you can't read Korean. Unlike most manga scanlations, you're not doing something "bad" by reading this for free. I'm not sure why they offer them for free (though some do get published as books like this one has so obviously they make money when people buy them) but for whatever reason they want you to read them and enjoy them without paying a dime. I'm loving this one so much though that I'm probably going to import the 4 volumes (which is the complete series) just to own it and possibly use it to work on my Korean. A more complete review with images, like I said, to come, but obviously from my rating and the bit that I've written here I believe you can tell I think it's a fantastic series.