Boku dake ga Inai Machi [11/10]
Rarely and I mean RARELY do I ever give any anime the score of more than 10/10. The only way one can achieve such a score is to be absolutely flawless. Boku dake ga Inai Machi is one of the few to ever received this score. There are no words to describe the brilliance that is Boku dake ga Inai Machi. The story will grab you from start to finish, and leave you in suspense after every single episodes. The mystery and thriller is very prominent, with a touch of slice of life. It creates this interesting mix the really engrosses you into the plot. Our Protag-kun, Satoru Fujinuma, tends to be around dangerous situations but oddly enough he finds himself sent back a few minutes before the tragedy strikes. Satoru has used this ability which he calls “revival” to save many lives. But when Satoru is blamed for the murder of someone close to him he is sent back not just five minutes but 19 years! We follow Satoru and his story to find out the real incident that occurred in his home town 18 years ago. The incident involved the murder of three children with the culprit “supposedly” captured. Satoru realizes that the murder that he was accused of could be connected to the murders in the incident 18 years ago, and so he begins his investigation of what truly happened 18 years ago. The story is so enticing that it’s almost impossible to stop once you start it!