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Quiet | Riren

Quiet | Riren

193K Reads 13.9K Votes 55 Part Story
Attiyyah By Shingeki_no_attiyyah Completed

'I hate this, I'm not going to call him anything!'

'You'll do as you're told, Eren. This man is giving you a chance to create a proper life and you're not accepting what's best.'

Eren Yeager has been mute ever since he was the age of six.

With sign language used for daily communication, moving schools for the fifth time in a year has made him become a rather subdued teenager. After his mother contacted a therapist, Levi Ackerman, who's fluent in sign language and lip reading, Eren turns against what he's being forced into.

Having odd personal traits and habits, Eren begins to stumble his way through his new daily life. Being bullied daily at school, no friends and no way of communicating to other teens his age except with pen and paper. Frustrated with the fact, Levi begins to choose the boy's choices and future, after school working with him on how to break his bad habits and problems.

Although, once Eren finds out his assistant has developed feelings for him, being mute can tear one budding relationship within a second.

'Everyone considered me a quiet boy. Personally. But I thought myself of being loud on the inside, I had a way of surviving in our way of life. I knew I'd find a way to be able to express what I felt. I want to be normal.'

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Bad language/mature themes (Psychological horror/disorders)/sex.

[Characters belong to Hajime Isayama. The plot is my own.]

StudioBlu StudioBlu Feb 11
FIRST WORDS ARE EITHER GONNA BE LEVI OR I LOVE YOU CALLED IR
THE ONE TIME I FIND A BOOK IN A LANGUAGE I CAN SPEAK I REALIZE YOU CANT READ SIGN LANGUAGE I JUST HAVE TO IMAGINE
Uh, Carla. When a your kid is constantly self conscious about covering their arms, that's a clear sign of self harm.
Yaoi_Eruri Yaoi_Eruri Jan 23
If he tries to cover himself with long sleeves does that mean he's self harming?¿
Oh, then never mind what I said before, Carla. Your son isn't doing what I thought he was. Which I'm relieved about.
Carla, advise, spaghetti squash with Alfredo sauce and shrimp. You're welcome.