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review 2017-11-15 20:00
12 Days of Death Note: Deletion
Death Note, Vol. 10: Deletion - Tsugumi Ohba,Takeshi Obata

I had completely deleted Mikami in my memory for some reason. Guess he deserved it.

The story is nearing its end, and you can feel it. Two more books to go. Brace yourself for the last and final battle...

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text 2013-10-24 17:21
Thank You, Salon

Was traveling all day yesterday and only now am catching up  (I still have a lot of dashboard and GR stuff to check on) - so I only just now saw the Salon piece. From the details in Miller's article it's obvious that she's been paying attention and did her research. And I mentally said "yay Ceridwen" at all of her quotes. (I'm a fangrl for her use of data and graphs. I've always admired quantitative research, probably because I tried very hard to be a stats nerd in grad school and found it can be an endless type of work. Apparently I'm a more qualitative-research type.) 


Most of you have already seen this, so I've left the quotes behind the page break. Bolded parts aren't in the original - I was pleased to see those points being made. The following is only a part of the entire article.



When Amazon bought Goodreads it got a community of passionate readers, not all of whom want to follow the new rules
by Laura Miller

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2007-03-15 18:46
Death Note #10
Death Note, Vol. 10: Deletion - Tsugumi Ohba,Takeshi Obata

Light has Misa pass her notebook onto another Kira worshipper. Light also begins to start a relationship with another woman to better control the "new kira" and in anticipation of getting rid of Misa. Shows just how cold hearted Light truly is.

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