Death Note: Black Edition, Vol. 6
Reads R to L (Japanese Style).
Final Volume--Contains Volumes 11 and 12 of Death Note! Light Yagami is an ace student with great prospects--and he's bored out of his mind. But all that changes when he finds the Death Note, a notebook dropped by a rogue Shinigami death god. Any human whose name is written in the notebook dies, and now Light has vowed to use the power of...more
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Anyway, I was captivated by the series from that moment forward.
This is a staple among Manga-lovers everywhere, and it's not hard to see why!
It's such a smartly written story, chalk full of twists & turns, with a devastating commentary on the definitions of justice & evil.
It suffices to say that I adore this series, & it's concluding installment is one of my ...more
So I love this series and will revisit it in the future, but I will admit that there are flaws.
It felt like the first half was dragging on until it got to the last half. The last half was exciting and brought the entire series to an amazing conclusion.
The final instalment in the Death Note series was far superior to its predecessor which in my opinion was a tad too confusing.
This one however, made (near) perfect sense (pardon the pun) :) and oh my, justice was well and truly served! I am SO glad Light Yagami finally got his comeuppance - he was such a bastard - God, I honestly think he is my most hated fictional character (with Queen Levana from The Lunar Chronicles a close second. At least with the latter, I do (kind of) ...more
So I finally read this series, which I have been hearing the hype of for years. I can see why so many adore this series, but I have my qualms with it.
This series follows a teenage boy, Light Yagami, after he finds a Death Note, a notebook where people die if you write their names in it. Light immediately decides to kill as many criminals as he possibly can whilst trying to outwit those who seek to catch him.
So I was obsessed with these first four ...more
Ill provide my general thoughts on the series below, while keeping things pretty spoiler free for those who havent read it yet. If you havent even read the first volume, you ...more
I have absolutely loved reading this series and while I am not ready for it to end just yet, I am also eager to see how it will finish.
This volume was a little slower to start compared so some of the others, but the pace eventually pick up. I have been loving the cat and mouse between Light and Near, which finally culminates in this volume with their confrontation. Overall, this was so much fun to read and ...more
I was reluctant to finish this book as the Death Note story would then be at an end. But I suppose all stories must come to an end at some point, just as 'all humans will, without exception, eventually die', according the the Death Note's ...more
For my first ...more
However, the books hits its climax at about halfway through, and this a really good thing. It means that the overly-complicated narrative can draw to a close quickly and ...more
Very well written with logics and characters so smart that I sometimes would lose myself in the process of reading.
This final volume was full of twists and turns which I enjoyed (not only this volume actually), but this time they got me more than ones. We also get to know a few interesting characters like Mikami and Near who is absolutely the best. But as far as it concerns the female characters I was ...more
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