Yomiji Otono’s To Every You I’ve Loved Before, and To The Solitary Me That Loved You are sequels that can be read in any order.
Huh? The sci-fi romance tales are set in a world where travelling between parallel worlds is everyday and mundane. The two novels came out together in 2016. So, for the movies, Toei are releasing both at once, and they share this initial preview.
In To Every You I’ve Loved Before, we follow Koyomi Takasaki, who lives with his mother after her divorce. Koyomi Takasaki is socially awkward and struggles to make friends. Imagine how he feels when he meets Kazune Takigawa at school one day, and she tells him that in another world, they are lovers.
In To The Solitary Me That Loved You, we follow Koyomi Hidaka, who lives with his father after a divorce. At his father’s research lab, Koyomi Hidaka meets Shiori Satō and romance sparks to life. However, in anime style, their parents decide to marry first, and so the two skip to a parallel world in which they’re not about to be stepsiblings.
The anime are due out on October 7th and have different directors but the same scriptwriter in Riko Sakaguchi.
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