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review 2017-11-17 20:00
12 Days of Death Note: Finis
Death Note, Vol. 13: How to Read - Tsugumi Ohba, Takeshi Obata,Eric Searleman,Akira Shiwawa

In the end it ends like they always said it would. So no big surprises, but to be honest I was a little bit underwhelmed. It had built up to a great big finale, and while there is a finale, I felt like it could have been a bit more.

Nevertheless, I really enjoyed the series and would recommend it.

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review 2017-11-16 20:00
12 Days of Death Note: Kindred Spirits
Death Note, Vol. 11: Kindred Spirit - Tsugumi Ohba,Takeshi Obata

The penultimate volume. You can feel the plot starts to thicken but at the same time there is still quite some filler. On the one hand, by now I feel ready to finish the series, on the other hand I will miss it when it's done.

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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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review 2017-11-14 20:00
12 Days of Death Note: Contact
Death Note, Vol. 9: Contact - Tsugumi Ohba,Takeshi Obata

I like this series, which is a bit weird, as there aren't really any likeable characters left.
You can feel that Light is already losing a bit of his touch, though he's still able to outwit everyone, but he's so annoying!


Mello and Near are weird, but not very nice characters either.


Okay, Matsuda is a complete idiot and obviously comic relief, but he's the only one who wouldn't classify as mad/psychopath, I guess...

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review 2017-11-14 07:04
Missing in Death by J.D. Robb
Fantasy in Death - J.D. Robb

A tourist enters the women's restroom on board of a Staten Island ferry...and disappears. Lieutenant Eve Dallas is called to the scene, thanks to the restroom being covered with blood, but the blood doesn't match the missing woman's blood type...And then the woman resurfaces, her memory missing the past hour.

What has she witnessed? Why has she forgotten it? Who does the blood belong to? And where is the body?


Definitely my least favorite of the series. I just sort of zoned out somewhere past the half mark and couldn't really concentrate on the plot or what the heck was going on.
In the end, I figured it was too short to really make an impact and definitely too short to give the story real credit. Everything was crammed into those measly ten chapters, making the novella overblown, crowded, and utterly "too busy".

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