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ReadingOnBecauseIWantTo rated it 7 years ago
I would give this book 5 stars but there is a major flaw. One of the rules of the Death Note is that even if you write your name in the Death Note, you will not die. And since L writes his name in the Death Note, he shouldn't die at the end, but he does. The author should have done a better job with...
AnnaMatsuyama rated it 7 years ago
Didn't like L, change the world movie and I don't see L in the same light how he was portrayed in the movie BUT I wouldn't mind to read this anyway.
Love at First Write
Love at First Write rated it 7 years ago
I AM REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY REAAAAAALLLLLYYYY EXCITED AND LOOK FORWARD TO READING THIS BOOK!!! *cough* ok I think my caps lock key is working again, sorry for going into fangirl mode (which I can assure you will most definitely happen again after I read this book. L!!!! OMG I love you so much ...
Sesana rated it 7 years ago
Change the World is a tie-in to the Death Note manga series (which I loved) and is apparently a novelization of a live action Death Note movie (which I haven't seen). The premise is a major spoiler for a plot development about halfway through the manga: instead of losing his duel with Light, L. wins...
Nina @ Death Books and Tea
Nina @ Death Books and Tea rated it 8 years ago
Review: Death Note fans, listen up-this isn’t following the manga or anime canon at all. To understand why L’s last days are spent like this, you need to watch the live acton films, Death Note and The Last Name. If you’ve watched L Change the World, also remember this isn’t an exact novelisation of ...
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