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Death Note, Vol. 5: Whiteout - Community Reviews back

by Tsugumi Ohba, Takeshi Obata
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Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 4 years ago
I liked this part less compared to the previous ones. Without spoiling I can only say that it takes rather a big turn from the rest of the series so far, and it's not the most interesting part of Death Note. However, it does fit in the bigger scheme and it not like it is not nice to read.
Reading is Therapy
Reading is Therapy rated it 8 years ago
A bunch of new characters, a total change of situation. I was not thrilled about this. Especially since a lot of pages bored me. I also didn't really liked the "comeic" ambiance.
ReadingOnBecauseIWantTo rated it 8 years ago
ACTUAL RATING 2.5 STARSMost of this volume was pretty boring and there was a lot of dialogue crammed in to small-ish panels.
Pink's Blog
Pink's Blog rated it 8 years ago
Still enjoying the series, this volume had some new characters and developments, so I'll be interested to see where it leads in book 6.
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it 9 years ago
It was way better than Vol. 4 but it was not as great as the first 3 volumes. So it is actually a 3 star and a half rating. What I love about this volume is that L likes Light but even so, he is certain Light is Kira. So certain that he does want Light by his side 24/7, with handcuffs! There are no ...
sixthreezy readsies
sixthreezy readsies rated it 9 years ago
I really wish Light still had the Death Note at this point, and was still outsmarting L...
Sesana rated it 9 years ago
Quite an interesting turn of events set up here. Light's personality change after getting rid of (and thus, forgetting) the Death Note makes me wonder just how much of what we'd previously saw of him was because of the influence of the Note itself, and possibly Ryuk.
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