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Death Note, Vol. 9: Contact - Tsugumi Ohba, Takeshi Obata
Death Note, Vol. 9: Contact
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Light has always been confident in his ability to outthink everyone, but L's protégés are proving to be more of a challenge than he anticipated. The more Light mentally maneuvers, the tighter the net around him becomes. And now Near and Mello are working to break the task force apart and expose... show more
Light has always been confident in his ability to outthink everyone, but L's protégés are proving to be more of a challenge than he anticipated. The more Light mentally maneuvers, the tighter the net around him becomes. And now Near and Mello are working to break the task force apart and expose Kira from within! Light has always held up under pressure in the past, but will the stress of this new line of attack and the strain of maintaining three different personalities be the beginning of his end?
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781421506302 (1421506300)
ASIN: 1421506300
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Pages no: 193
Edition language: English
Series: Death Note (#9)
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Entertain Me Books
Entertain Me Books rated it
4.5 THE READING Books 54-56: DEATH NOTE, volumes 7-9 (Tsugumi Ohba, Takeshi Obata)
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Bookstooge's Reviews On the Road rated it
5.0 Death Note #7-9 (Manga Monday)
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Reading is Therapy
Reading is Therapy rated it
1.0
I definitely think that this serie should have been wrapped up in less than 10 volumes. I wished that L and Light interaction had lasted longer (with L not suspecting Light to be Kira so soon).Now we have strategies after strategies and i'm just not into it anymore. I also wished that the reapers we...
ReadingOnBecauseIWantTo
ReadingOnBecauseIWantTo rated it
5.0
4.5 starsProbably best book in the near/mello arc.
The Charcoal Burner
The Charcoal Burner rated it
3.0
I like this series very much -- it has real substance -- and I'd be inclined to give it four stars as a whole were it not for the fact that, dare I say it, I don't like any of the characters. They're interesting and yet repellent. During the first half of the series, the push and pull between Ligh...
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