Death Note, Vol. 4: Love

Death Note, Vol. 4: Love

With two Kiras on the loose, L asks Light to join the task force and pose as the real Kira in order to catch the copycat. L still suspects Light and figures that this is the perfect excuse to get closer to his quarry. Light agrees to the plan in order to have free access to the task force resources. But when Light manages to contact the new Kira, he discovers that his riva...

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Title:Death Note, Vol. 4: Love
Author:Takeshi Obata
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Edition Language:English

Death Note, Vol. 4: Love Reviews

  • Andrew

    The series is more and more exciting and the fourth volume is no exception. In this new chapter, the circle narrows around Light, with 'L' always careful to the events about Kira and there is the appearance of a new character, Misa. I read it in one breath, captured by the many events and plot twists that occur during the story. The fight between Kira and 'L' is increasingly tight, every move of the first, as cunning, is immediately examined and analyzed by the second. Light must reckon with the

    The series is more and more exciting and the fourth volume is no exception. In this new chapter, the circle narrows around Light, with 'L' always careful to the events about Kira and there is the appearance of a new character, Misa. I read it in one breath, captured by the many events and plot twists that occur during the story. The fight between Kira and 'L' is increasingly tight, every move of the first, as cunning, is immediately examined and analyzed by the second. Light must reckon with the second Kira, which will prove to be a problem not so easy to solve, and which threatens to cause his downfall. The character of Misa, new entrance, is often ambiguous, in some cases childish, in other shrewd and determined, but still a bit too much on the stereotype of the frivolous girl, probably underestimated. I must admit that with all of these rules, the diary, remembers an RPG, but the many reversals and twists keep alive the attention, making it an interesting and never boring story.

    The finish is amazing, it's almost painful not to be able to continue immediately with the next.

    I enjoyed it very much and it remains one of my favorites manga.

  • Daniel

    Pocetak me je malo smarao i vec sam kreno da mislim da Ohba ostaje bez ideja ali je zato kraj stvarno dosao totalno neocekivano i ostavio me u stanju da stvarno neznam sta se desava. U ovom slucaju svaka cast.

    Ponovo navucen :)

  • Pooja

    There is not any other thriller manga that can compete with Death Note.

    L and Kira are the characters who stays with you for a life time.

    In this part of Death Note, a fake Kira is creating troubles day by day, that too just to come into limelight and show herself/himself to the real one.

    I admit that at first I didn't like the female character in it. Making this series a male dominating series. But yeah, what can I say.

    It has to be the way it was and that was fascinating to read.

    Do read this se

    There is not any other thriller manga that can compete with Death Note.

    L and Kira are the characters who stays with you for a life time.

    In this part of Death Note, a fake Kira is creating troubles day by day, that too just to come into limelight and show herself/himself to the real one.

    I admit that at first I didn't like the female character in it. Making this series a male dominating series. But yeah, what can I say.

    It has to be the way it was and that was fascinating to read.

    Do read this series if you still haven't. Else this shinigami is not a show piece. :

  • C.G. Drews

    HEEEEELP MEEEEEE I HAVE LIKE 7 ANXIETIES ABOUT THIS SERIES. No wait. I have

    anxieties. Seriously I am so stressed out right now. AH. AH. AH.

    (Ahem.)

    I honestly cannot predict what is going to go down next. And is it bad that I'm kind of devastated that Light

    My brain is spinning. Ahem.

    • I

    HEEEEELP MEEEEEE I HAVE LIKE 7 ANXIETIES ABOUT THIS SERIES. No wait. I have

    anxieties. Seriously I am so stressed out right now. AH. AH. AH.

    (Ahem.)

    I honestly cannot predict what is going to go down next. And is it bad that I'm kind of devastated that Light

    My brain is spinning. Ahem.

    • I liked that this one focused more on Light (which is fair because Vol #3 was more about "L".)

    • I

    the introduction of Misa, the second Kira. Like, ugh, it was just "here let's throw in a girl who has no motivations or life or anything except a CRUSH ON A BOY". It was really insulting for girls all over the universe actually.

    • So while Misa was cute, she had no complex character development. CONFUSING. Because all the other characters are so epic.

    • Hmph.

    • But yet....THE PLOT TWISTS AROUND MISA WERE AMAZING.

    • And I was so stressed out in this one because AHHH the heat is really turned up high.

    • Also "L" doesn't sleep.

    • And he exists on donuts and tea, apparently. But dude, you need a nap eventually, right?

    • Why is Light's hair so

    IT JUST IS.

    • (It's so hard to even semi-review these books without spoilers.)

    • Basically this one leaves me craving the next book quite severely badly. I have NO IDEA WHAT'LL HAPPEN NEXT.

    • I also am liking how we get to know more about the shinigami (god of death) and all the rules around the Death Note too. Things got a little more complicated here, and it's interesting to know the shinigami's weaknesses.

    • Also I love the art and expressions. IT'S LIKE READING A MOVIE.

    • Okay goodbye now. I need to go devour mooooore.

    This one is definitely

    but is also STILL AMAZING because it's so compelling and the twisty.

    #CaitisAddicted

    #SendHelp

    #HaHaDont

  • Connor

    Not as great as the previous volumes but still really, really good. This story is just incredibly compelling. I can't wait to watch the TV show after I finish the manga series.

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin

    I didn't like this one as much as the first 3 but it's still freaking awesome! ❤

    I didn't like this one as much as the first 3 but it's still freaking awesome! ❤️

  • Colleen Venable

    Okay is it just me or are the representations of women in this particular volume SO SCREWED UP? Girls are not as smart. Girls always need saving. Girls make good pawns if you happen to have a notebook that can KILL PEOPLE and need something to distract the police from suspecting you. (I can't tell you HOW MANY DATES I've been on for that reason. All you fellas out there and your notebooks of death.) I had thought it might have been my imagination before, but this couldn't be more stereotypical o

    Okay is it just me or are the representations of women in this particular volume SO SCREWED UP? Girls are not as smart. Girls always need saving. Girls make good pawns if you happen to have a notebook that can KILL PEOPLE and need something to distract the police from suspecting you. (I can't tell you HOW MANY DATES I've been on for that reason. All you fellas out there and your notebooks of death.) I had thought it might have been my imagination before, but this couldn't be more stereotypical of generic gender roles. Also need to add, I was super disappointed in the previous books to find out L was a guy (I was convinced otherwise). All of that said, the story is still super intriguing and I'm this deep in now. No turning back...even if Light's entire personality has now drained away and I know I'm stuck following airhead Misa for at least a few more. Thank heaven's for those wacky Shinigami entertaining the heck out of me (and luckily making the story more interesting). Can't we just hang out with them more in Shinigami-land?

  • Dannii Elle

    Still a good installment to the Death Note series but I can't say I was as enamored with this volume as I saw with the previous three. The plot still surprised me at every turn and remained as action-packed as ever but the addition of the character Misa was a let-down for me. I was hoping for some bad-ass girl power but what I received was a submissive girl who falls in love at first sight and is displayed in an entirely sexual nature. She also showed up previously unseen flaws in Light's own ch

    Still a good installment to the Death Note series but I can't say I was as enamored with this volume as I saw with the previous three. The plot still surprised me at every turn and remained as action-packed as ever but the addition of the character Misa was a let-down for me. I was hoping for some bad-ass girl power but what I received was a submissive girl who falls in love at first sight and is displayed in an entirely sexual nature. She also showed up previously unseen flaws in Light's own character that made my alignment with his cause dwindle a little. He was dismissive, uncaring for her feelings and quickly wrote her off as an 'idiot'. I have been entirely behind his immoral cause, as is underlying ideals were just, but it seems now that he willing to sacrifice and use innocents and get rid of any minor inconvenience in any way necessary, even if they share the same ethics and principles.

    The only other female characters in this series have been fleeting and I feel it does females everywhere injustice that this is the only real representative for our gender. The plot, as I mentioned, was as thrilling as ever but I just could not get past this unfair female representation. I am still excited to continue with the series but I can only hope that it does not contain more of the same misogynistic ideologies!

  • Kaylin (The Re-Read Queen)

    I really liked Misa at first-- she's a really smart and quirky character. But I'm not a fan of her motivation, and it seems like they devolved her down to a girl with a silly crush. I would have really liked it if she'd had real goals of her own.

    But the plot in this one was so great and the twists kept coming! Super interested to see what happens now!

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