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Product Details

  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media LLC (September 5, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1421506289
  • ISBN-13: 978-1421506289
  • Product Dimensions: 0.7 x 5 x 9.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #277,562 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Artist, Takeshi Obata made his debut in 1989 with CYBORG JI-CHAN G. The runner-up recipient of the 30th Annual Tezuka Award, Obata's major works include CHIKARABITO DENSETSU and MASHIN BOUKENTAN LAMP-LAMP.

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Born in Tokyo, Tsugumi Ohba is the author of the hit series Death Note. His current series Bakuman is serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump.

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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By C. Hedge on August 31, 2006
Format: Paperback
Nothing will prepare you for what happens here. This plot twist is not for the faint of heart and will turn your very world upside down.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bonnie Svitavsky on July 16, 2008
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If you haven't read the previous volumes of Death Note, there's spoilers ahead...

The third Kira, Higuchi, has been tracked down and this volume opens with him surrounded by police, including L and Light. When he reveals the secrets of the Death Note, police confiscate it and are suddenly able to see the shinigami, Rem. Light also comes into contact with the Death Note and all of his memories return, revealing an elaborate plot that started several volumes back. Without letting go of the Death Note, Light must kill Higuchi or risk losing all his memories again. As this volume goes on, there's a huge plot twist that leads to Light's biggest victory yet...

Unlike many other Death Note volumes, this one plunges into the action with the tense standoff between Higuchi and the police. The task force must grapple with the fact that they're dealing with a supernatural being, but they seem to accept Rem and the Death Note's properties fairly quickly. If you were ever on the fence with liking Light or not, this volume will probably push you over the edge... before it's finished, a few major characters will be gone and the story will have advanced to the year 2009. We learn more about L and Watari's background and meet two of L's protegies. This is a major turning point in the series!
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By Sesho on September 13, 2006
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Higuchi, the would-be Kira who used the Death Note mainly for personal gain and his company's growth, is cornered by the cops along with Light and L. As the members of the Kira task force touch Higuchi's Death Note, they gain the ability to see its Shinigami and a whole new angle opens on the case, an angle that L wouldn't believe if he wasn't seeing a Death God with his own eyes! Light not only gains the ability to see shinigami but he also gets all his memories back, but the problem is that he must find some way to kill Higuchi and take over ownership of the Death Note without L seeing him write in the name. If he lets go of the Note before getting ownership, he will lose his memories again.

Death Note, even though suffering from some gaping holes in the logic department, is one of the most suspenseful and entertaining series being printed right now. The main enjoyment comes from seeing these characters manuever around each other like an elaborate chess game. This enjoyment is sometimes hindered by the writer's inability to come up with clever twists, and instead relying on arcane rules for the Death Note which get too convoluted for so simple an effect. L and Light continue to be interesting characters who still have a few tricks up their sleeves. The art is great and bolsters a superb idea which is not executed consistently. Still a great read.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lynn Ellingwood VINE VOICE on November 6, 2008
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This is a transitional book. The partial end of the first story completes itself but a new story is brewing. That story is very confusing at the moment but very interesting!
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By Tris Zilch on July 1, 2007
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I believe many of fan of Death Note was left broken hearted after this book was published. I am also one of them. Please don't be discouraged after chapter 58. I understand you perfectly. Personally, I stoped for three months before picking up Volume 8. However, the plot still is interwined and perfectly sturctured that it is worth reading. Death Note's line work is beautifull, and the plot is unlike any other manga you ever will read. Enjoy, and don't forget to bring a tissue. (I end up needing it)
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By Lora on February 14, 2014
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This is just what I ordered and expected she was so excited to get this. Thank you for everything it was freat
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amelia on April 18, 2008
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I was totally crushed over the big surprise in this volume. I've really enjoyed the story thus far, and am a huge fan of L. I am a voracious reader, but frankly, it has been a number of years since I enjoyed a character so much as L. After howling in outraged shock, I had to slink off to my room for a private cry. It's been a week since I finished volume 7, and I'm still angry about it. But I guess it says a lot for the creators that they invented a character I would care so much about.

Up until now I have viewed Light as a misguided and foolish young man, but I wasn't really emotionally invested in him or his fate. After volume 7, I detest him. He was very clever in his manipulation of Rem, but I can't admire it like I admired the clever way he managed to get his memories back. I was so sure that L would be the one to bring Light down, but now I'm hoping Misa wises up and turns on him. It's a slim hope, I know, since I fear Misa would be more likely to commit suicide than seek revenge if she realized Light doesn't care about her. But the idea of Light's downfall coming at the hands of the person he thinks he has complete control over - it seems fitting.

Another surprise is that there is not one, but two successors to L: Near and Mello. Mello seems seriously creepy. I haven't seen enough of Near to form an opinion of him yet.

I seriously considered not reading the rest of the volumes, but I'm reconsidering... I think I'll give Ohba and Obata a chance to redeem themselves. Maybe once I've read the entire story I'll see how this all fits, and it won't feel so wrong.
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