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Dengeki Daisy 06 (Dengeki Daisy #6)

4.48  ·  Rating details ·  5,264 Ratings  ·  59 Reviews
Teru und Kurosaki sind dem falschen DAISY dicht auf der Spur. Als Teru schließlich von Herrn Arai entführt wird, scheint es sonnenklar, dass er hinter allem steckt. Doch manchmal liegen die Dinge eben anders, als sie auf den ersten Blick scheinen! Denn nicht Arai, sondern Fräulein Mori ist die Drahzieherin, die Herrn Arai und Teru eine tödliche Falle stellt!
Paperback, 208 pages
Published September 2011 by Tokyopop (first published February 26th 2010)
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Miss Ryoko
Dec 04, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga
Man, Teru is a badass! Haha! Once again, not much to say other than I loved it! So enjoy these!

He looks studly in a hoodie
Sexy in a hoodie

Such a sweet boy! (and Riko, my hero!!)
Sweet Kurosaki and Riko

OMG I almost died when I saw this!!! XD (Boss in a Santa mini! XD While Teru is Santa! XD )
Boss in a Santa mini XD
The plot is picking up again in this volume.
Mr. Arai gets in contact with Rena, telling her off his plans to confess to the director about the messages and his 'partner' attacking Teru. But he's cut off suddenly after it's revealed he had no idea about ms. Mori's attack... And then Teru is suddenly kidnapped while waiting for a ride from Kurosaki. The identity of Mr. Arai's 'partner' is revealed after Mr. Arai confesses everything to Teru (and Kurosaki and the boss who are listening over her cel
Amber Hetchler (アンバーちゃん)
The feeeeeeeeeels.

But Kurosaki is seriously a lolicon. xD
Amanda Setasha Hall
This one was decent, but it felt more like filler than actual story to me.
Martina Gjomemo
Jan 21, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I'm still waiting for the kiss...
Kailey (BooksforMKs)
This volume definitely picked up more, and had better action and plot.
Mercy Martinez
Apr 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favoritos
Volvimos a la acción!!
Al fin, después de tanto tiempo (desde el tomo 3, 4 y algo el 5) POR FIN, he vuelto a disfrutar de esta serie. Podemos encontrar al principio de los capítulos una Teru mas valiente y optimista que conocimos el los tres primeros tomos de la serie, me ha sorprendido gratamente para bien y el humor, no me quedaría corta al resumir todas las cosas que pasaron y me hicieron mear de la risa, literalmente u.u
Ademas de que en este tomo se van revelando algunas preguntas que teníamo
Aug 19, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book belonged to the best shoujo manga ever! Actually, there are lots of factors that bring out it's awesome-ness, (1)With its strong heroine, (2)conflicted hero, and (3)story -- OF COURSE that does both humor and emotion well, it is still most definitely a series worth reading.

for more information, I found this cool review:

Teru has got to be one of my most favorite heroines ever. She's got guts and is resourceful and hilarious and isn't afraid to show her emotions. She wasn't afraid to risk her life and her guilty conscious is one that isn't hard to sympathize with. She's an awesome girl. No wonder Kurosaki likes her. Poor guy, he's got his work cut out for him.
Holly Letson
Everyone seems to be pretty straightforward about who the real DAISY is now. It's not a secret that Teru has known for quite awhile, so the fact that she keeps overhearing adults talking about it really does not faze her in any way. Now, if he would just stop worrying so much, and just tell Teru the truth.
Faith Lackey
Mar 16, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance, humor, ya-manga
Oh no, it's happening - I just can't stop, guys... It's so cute, funny and sweet! I blame Alory for my new obsession. ; )
Jul 29, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Vuelve la acción y la intriga. El capítulo extra es buenísimo XD
Laiba Saif
4 stars for that amazing plot and character development, and an extra star for those two bonus stories!
Erin H
Mar 04, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: not-owned
Loving this series. I liked that he finally wanted to hang out with her with just the two of them.
Judy (Geeky Reading)
Apr 07, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: own
I think it's been too long since I last read volume 5 (again, not my fault; no store seemed to want to have this volume in, but were okay with all the others), because my excitement for it has dimmed. A lot. Which I'm a little upset by, because I know I really like this series, but still didn't enjoy it as much as I have before.
The volume opens with Teru having a dream conversation with her brother, which is sweet. Then we see her waking up in Kurosaki's arms, which is so cute. But then
May 26, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4.5 Stars, Completed May 14, 2017

(Full manga series review can be found under Volume 1.)
Jan 18, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I completely forgot I hadn't read this volume! I got Volume 7 earlier this week and was confused at how it seemed like a whole bunch of stuff had gone down I couldn't remotely remember. Quick look at my book list from last year and voila! It appeared I had somehow tricked myself into thinking I'd read volume 6 when I hadn't.

Teru gets kidnapped this volume (view spoiler). This doesn't do much to move the plot along, the hac
Alison (AlisonCanRead)
Feb 05, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga
Anytime I see the word "kidnapping" in a plot summary, I think "drama." And drama is indeed the best way to describe volume 6 of Dengeki Daisy. I was surprised that the kidnapping was not the main subject of the volume. It infused the entire plot, but it happened early on and a lot more happened after it was resolved.

The plot keeps getting more and more complicated. A little silly, I suppose, but this isn't the type of manga that you expect to be particularly realistic. I do like how all the cha
Dengeki Daisy has everything that I love about the shoujo genre in it - a fun plot, great characters, believable romance, and a little bit of angst. The balance is just about perfect (I might ask for a little bit more on plot if I had my way - the computer hacking aspect of the plot is too interesting not to develop further, but I think that we'll get more on this as the story unfolds, so I'll be patient).

Our heroine, Teru, especially shines in this volume. We're told how smart she is (top of he
Apr 19, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga-manhwa

This really is an unusual shoujo manga. There is *unrequited* love so far and humour, but the plot is getting darker and more graphic with each volume. Daisy (screen name), former cracker, now computer engineering genius has still not confessed his true identity to Teru and there are a few individuals who want to expose him and his hacker incidents. Each volume unravels mysteries and as soon as some questions are answered, other questions are raised. It's also quite emotional, with character dep
Courtney (Storybook Slayers)
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Dengeki Daisy is a favorite of mine for not only for its beautiful artistic characters but also for the romance that just tantalized me through and through but also for the tight-knit relations that the characters have. Through a darkened past, they all stick close to each other because they are more of a family. That is what I find beautiful about this manga.

Definitely something Shojo fans should look into. You'll fall for the characte
Soobie's heartbroken
Non so se sono io in un periodo NO oppure è proprio il manga che non riesce a prendermi. Fatto sta che per questo duecento paginette ci ho messo più di quattro giorni.

Non so, in questo volume almeno la storia è stata tirata avanti dal mistero che riguarda Mori-sensei e dalla storia di Akira e del suo delizioso cagnolino. Ma sembra essere tutta fluffa.

Teru riesce ad essere geniale e completamente stupida nel giro di una tavola. Inoltre il suo rapporto-non-rapporto con Kurosaki non mi dice nulla.
Dani - Perspective of a Writer
It amazes me each volume of this manga! How does she come up with these twists and turns?!

This volume centers on how evil Ms. Mori is compared to Mr. Arai. It also rehashes emotions and explores how one has to think about what one feels to truly understand their own emotions.

I love the twists and turns with Kurosaki and Teru. They have the best elements that you'd want with someone you love. It isn't a "perfect" romance but explores what it really means to love someone in the "real" world!

Sep 06, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This story has definitely gotten more focused on the romance, which is fine, only I find I'm really kind of missing all the stuff about the computer hacking and Teru's dead brother. Those are the things that really drew me into the series in the first place, and though the romance is funny and angsty and slightly inappropriate, I can't help but want more of the suspense. Not that there isn't any in this volume, but it was all pretty easily resolved and with little damage done. I'm ready for Moto ...more
Apr 09, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This volume was a lot of fun & filled with exciting chapters and fun character developments. I also enjoyed the "Zoom in on Tasuku Kurasaki" page as well as the 2 short stories "Holy Night Cosplay Legend & Everyone's Happy New Year ღ" at the end of the volume.

Contains Chapters: 25 - 29
Bonus Chapter: Holy Night Cosplay Legend
Bonus Chapter: Everyone's Happy New Year ღ
Natsu Dragneel
Dec 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: shoujo-beat
After going through this volume (online) I can't believe my eyes... I KNEW TERU WAS GOING TO GET KIDNAPPED, I WIN! \(*^*\) Kurosaki's going through a lot to protect her she better do something in return at least! =/w\= I think Kurosaki wasn't thinking when he gave "CPR" to Teru... (/*^*)/ He was barely blushing after words! t(+_+)t
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Dec 16, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: manga-and-comics
They. Need. To. Get. Together!!

Dear Kyousuke - it's been 6 volumes, dude. 6. Whole. Volumes. How much longer can they possible be so adorable and skirt around each other?! Actually, don't answer that. I want to pretend that I'll open up Volume 7 and ta-da!! They're a couple...finally. :D
Sinta Nisfuanna
Terungkaplah siapa yang jadi dalang kasus kasus Daisy palsu, yang sudah tertebak sejak volume 5. Setelah itu cerita berlanjut dengan Teru dan Kurosaki yang masih terlibat bermain dengan perasaannya #eaaa

Eniwei, penasaran dengan cowok misterius yang kata Teru mirip kakaknya
Mello ❣ Illium ✮Harry✮ ☀Myrnin☀ Torin Ichimaru
My Thoughts:

Kurosaki seems to be getting closer and closer to making a decision about what to tell Teru. I'm hoping he'll do it soon. Teru needs to hear his words. Besides, she deserves them.
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Kyousuke Motomi (最富 キョウスケ Motomi Kyōsuke) is a Japanese mangaka whose stories have frequently been published in the monthly Betsucomi magazine. She is most currently working on Dengeki Daisy.

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