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text 2016-11-06 13:07
October Wrap-Up & November TBR
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: The Illustrated Edition - J.K. Rowling,Jim Kay
We Have Always Lived in the Castle - Shirley Jackson,Jonathan Lethem
The Monstrumologist - Rick Yancey
Faint of Heart - Jeff Strand
Reaper Man - Terry Pratchett
Interim Errantry: Three Tales of the Young Wizards - Diane Duane
Death Note: Black Edition, Volume 1 - Taskeshi Obata,Tsugumi Ohba
The Cater Street Hangman - Anne Perry

Books Read: 9

 

5 Stars: 2

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Illustrated Edition)

We Have Always Lived in the Castle

 

4 Stars: 3

The Monstrumologist

Faint of Heart

Reaper Man

 

3 Stars: 3

Interim Errantry

Death Note: Black Edition: Volume 1

The Cater Street Hangman

 

2 Stars: 0

 

Books I regret spending money on: 0

 

Reviews Written: 10

 

Reviews I need to write: 4

Interim Errantry

The House of the Seven Gables

Bourne Ultimatum

American Gods

 

November TBR

With only two months left until this year's reading challenge comes to a close, I've selected ten books that I want to finish before the New Year. If I read more than these ten, that's fine, but I do want to finish these books: NeuroTribes, A Storm of Swords , A Feast for Crows, A Dance With Dragons, Anansi Boys, Equal Rites, Moving Pictures, Small Gods, and Mort. I'm in the process of finishing up Neverwhere and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Other Macabre Tales from the Halloween Bingo, but once they are completed, I'm jumping right in to A Storm of Swords.

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review 2016-10-24 21:29
Death Note Black Edition Volume 1: Supernatural
Death Note: Black Edition, Volume 1 - Taskeshi Obata,Tsugumi Ohba

Ryuk, so creepy.

 

 

The combination of artwork and scenario, being able to kill a person just by writing their name in a notebook, should have made for a really interesting story, but certain aspects of the writing kept me from really falling in love with this.

 

There was a lot of repetition in this short volume. There are several rules for the Death Note and they are constantly repeated throughout the story, it got old real quick. I also didn't like how quickly everything unfolded. Light receives the Death Note and a few pages later he's killing people left and right. There's no moment where he really doubts what he's doing or a slow slide into him becoming somebody who wishes to rule over everybody. It's like he woke up one day and decided to be evil. Interpol and L caught on too quickly to what was going on and L's discovery of the way Light was killing everybody, felt too much like the author was giving him the answers. The entire story felt a little rushed and unpolished because of this. Despite this, I did enjoy it and look forward to reading the rest of the series.

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text 2016-10-19 09:51
Dewey's 24-Hour Readathon TBR October 2016
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: The Illustrated Edition - J.K. Rowling,Jim Kay
Death Note: Black Edition, Volume 1 - Taskeshi Obata,Tsugumi Ohba
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Other Macabre Tales - Wahsington Irving
Neverwhere - Neil Gaiman

I'm not expecting to get much reading accomplished this readathon. I caught whatever has been making the rounds at work, a little going away present from a co-worker. If it follows the trajectory of every single time I get sick, the worst will hit in the next three/four days. In that case, I'll be on the couch all day sleeping it off. On the off chance I'm feeling better, I have tickets to a hockey match I received from work that I had planned to attend with my brother, sister, and my sister's girlfriend. So with everything going on, I'm keeping my list short. I'm still hoping to make more progress with the Halloween Bingo, so all the books are from my Bingo list. I've chosen three of the shortest works on my list and an audio book. If I don't get any reading done, I'm planning to do some cheering in between napping.

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review 2016-04-15 19:12
THE READING Books 54-56: DEATH NOTE, volumes 7-9 (Tsugumi Ohba, Takeshi Obata)
Death Note, Vol. 9: Contact - Tsugumi Ohba,Takeshi Obata
Death Note, Vol. 8: Target - Tsugumi Ohba,Takeshi Obata
Death Note, Vol. 7: Zero - Tsugumi Ohba,Takeshi Obata
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text 2015-09-29 20:54
Nat Wolff will be lead
Death Note, Vol. 1: Boredom - Tsugumi Ohba,Takeshi Obata

"In development for more than half-a-decade with filmmakers as diverse as Shane Black and Gus Van Sant, Warner Bros. Pictures’ American live-action adaptation of the manga series Death Note looks to be finally kicking into gear under current director Adam Wingard as Variety reports that the film has found its leading man in Paper Towns star Nat Wolff! 

The supernatural thriller aims to bring to the big screen the 13-volume series previously adapted as both an anime and as a live-action film franchise in Japan."

- Comingsoon.net

 

Read the whole article Here.

Source: www.comingsoon.net/movies/news/618099-death-note-adaptation-signs-nat-wolff-to-star
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