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Death Note, Vol. 9 by Tsugumi Ohba
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Feb 08, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: fantasy, graphic-novel, horror, manga, read-in-2010

As Kira's scheme slowly unravels, he scrambles to solidify his footing, aware of the danger yet aware that he must press what little advantage he has. The strength of this series lies in the fact that the villain is never uncharacteristically foolish. Desperation causes him to act rashly, but it's not something that would find its way on to the list of rules for evil overlords. Kira acts the way he does in each moment as rationally has a psychopath can.

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