Death Note Vol. 3, by Tsugumi Ohba

I am like super in love with this series. It’s like one of those television shows that you start watching because you’re bored and then you have to watch to the end because OMG WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? You know? No? Oh.

Well. Anyway. I’m not going to worry you with the details of the series, you can read about that at that linky I gave you just now. The important thing in this book is that Light and L are going head to head against each other. As in, L has decided to show himself to Light, which devolves into the mind-twisting-est of mind-twisting plot lines, wherein both Light and L are trying to predict and out-predict each other, all, “If I say this, it means I’m the killer, but if I don’t say it, L might think I’m hiding the fact that I’m the killer, so maybe if I say it in just this exact way I will protect myself!”

It hurts the brain, it does, and it takes up waaaaaaaaaay too much of the book. If Volume 4 is anything like this, I’m giving up.

Rating: 6/10
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See also:
things mean a lot (Volumes 1-3)
Rhinoa’s Ramblings

Pass me yours, if you’ve got ’em.

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