Death Note Volume 2
Publish date: November 1st 2005
Publisher: Turtleback Books
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
Series: Death Note (#6)
I had already seen the anime series before my sister persuaded me to also read the series. And I have to say I'm not disappointed. It's good to see the anime follows the manga in so many ways. Now it's just renewing the whole story, and I liked reading it.I'm not really experienced reading manga (fr...
I didn't like this volume as much as the first one. In fact, I didn't like it much in general. Since I liked the last one, I'm going to read two more to see if the series improves at least a bit. I want to know how it ends, but I didn't even like the ones who are supposed to be the good guys in this...
Desde el comienzo sabemos que Kira es muy inteligente, pero es apenas en este tomo que nos damos cuenta de lo que es capaz de lograr con esa inteligencia. Brillante y terrorífico por partes iguales, sobretodo en la escena con Naomi.
Ratio is very smart in his killings and eveb finding those cameras. Those traps in his room are pretty cool as well. I'm starting to think that L won't really figure out that Ratio is Kira.
The story is so engaging. Seriously, there is no boring scene or filler, everything adds to the suspense and action. And I still am not decided on whose side I am. I like both Light and L, because both of them are so intelligent and smart. Ryuk is an excellent sidekick.
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