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Death Note, Vol. 11 by Tsugumi Ohba
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Sep 04, 11

bookshelves: 2011, manga, manga-english, manga-shonen, necromancy-ghosts-and-the-dead, urban-fantasy, young-adult
Read on August 22, 2011

The eleventh volume in the Death Note manga series was another one of the better volumes, and really got my heart racing for the first time since like volume 6 or 7. The end of the first big arc, the L stuff, anyway. In this one, Light continues to try and outmaneuver Near, while using both Takada and Mikami to do his dirty work. In the end, however, Light gets outmaneuvered himself by the actions of a character he'd forgotten...

Definitely one of the better ones in this series, and so much more exciting than the previous 8 and 9. We're finally getting near (Near, get it? haha-lame.) the end and it's better going to be great.

I hope.

4/5
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