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Naruto: Itachi's Story, Vol. 1: Daylight Paperback – November 1, 2016
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But, if you're still adamant about purchasing it when you're one of those people that likes fluffy, happy things, go for it. There are minor happy moments in Itachi's life. He has a chat with Naruto, which is interesting for both of them. He is a great brother to Sasuke, which is no surprise. He's a good friend to Shisui. His moments with his love interest and good friend, Izumi, are adorable. It's not devoid of good memories. Though, they aren't littering the book. Which in turn, makes them all the more special when he does enjoy his life. And he progresses and gets closer to his goal of getting strong to protect those he cares about in the village. All of that.
This in combination with book 2 (yes, yes Japan did choose to divide his story into two books- there was so much to cover and even now still possibly more as the books don't go over his Akatsuki days + he's a fan fave so it's not surprising they did this; people are willing to buy these and they were a hit in Japan) comprise the best story of the Shinden/Hidens so far. At least, if you consider the best stories to be those that have some level of seriousness to them. If you're a pairing fan, aside from Itachi x Izumi, these books won't help you much. If you want books where there are clear sides of good and evil, these aren't for you. If you don't like traditional ninja fights with swords, kunai, etc and instead want rasengan and chidori explosions then this isn't for you. If you would rather read something totally happy, go to another character's novel page, please.
If you're still here after reading this review, by all means buy this book and Vol 2. You will not regret it. Have fun reading!