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An ice-cold killer is on the loose, and brilliant Dr. Kenzo Tenma is the only one who can stop him! Conspiracies, serial murders, and a scathing indictment of hospital politics are all masterfully woven together in this compelling manga thriller. Tenma's on the run!! A wanted man, he's the prime suspect for the serial killings he's trying to stop. But he still manages to ed An ice-cold killer is on the loose, and brilliant Dr. Kenzo Tenma is the only one who can stop him! Conspiracies, serial murders, and a scathing indictment of hospital politics are all masterfully woven together in this compelling manga thriller. Tenma's on the run!! A wanted man, he's the prime suspect for the serial killings he's trying to stop. But he still manages to edge closer to the truth about Johan's mysterious past, and everything seems to point to a now defunct institution of East Berlin - an infamous "experimental" orphanage called 511 Kinderheim!


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An ice-cold killer is on the loose, and brilliant Dr. Kenzo Tenma is the only one who can stop him! Conspiracies, serial murders, and a scathing indictment of hospital politics are all masterfully woven together in this compelling manga thriller. Tenma's on the run!! A wanted man, he's the prime suspect for the serial killings he's trying to stop. But he still manages to ed An ice-cold killer is on the loose, and brilliant Dr. Kenzo Tenma is the only one who can stop him! Conspiracies, serial murders, and a scathing indictment of hospital politics are all masterfully woven together in this compelling manga thriller. Tenma's on the run!! A wanted man, he's the prime suspect for the serial killings he's trying to stop. But he still manages to edge closer to the truth about Johan's mysterious past, and everything seems to point to a now defunct institution of East Berlin - an infamous "experimental" orphanage called 511 Kinderheim!

30 review for Naoki Urasawa's Monster, Volume 3: 511 Kinderheim

  1. 4 out of 5

    Gabi

    Whew! This volume was the emotional most intense so far. I don't want to think about this ' Kinderheim', but I can't stop it and I'm shivering. On a side note: I adore the distinct and clean face drawings of Urasawa. His characters are so lively. Whew! This volume was the emotional most intense so far. I don't want to think about this ' Kinderheim', but I can't stop it and I'm shivering. On a side note: I adore the distinct and clean face drawings of Urasawa. His characters are so lively.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Van Reese

    Thrilling and intense action. I had to stay up past my bedtime to finish.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Iman Danial Hakim

    Doing marathon on this captivating thriler.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tatsuhiro Sato

    Man this is getting more and more complex. Another great volume. Dr. Tenma and Dieter move forward in their journey to find Johan aka The Monster.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Becky

    Another fun fast read of Dr. Tenma's silly to have checked out one at a time from the library Another fun fast read of Dr. Tenma's silly to have checked out one at a time from the library

  6. 4 out of 5

    Zaz

    Still a plot I'm not convinced with, but I found this volume really interesting. We learned more things about the twins' pasts and I enjoyed to follow Tenma in his investigation. As usual, some parts were uncomfortable to read, with evil characters, but the village doctor and the boy were a nice addition who balanced the whole. Still a plot I'm not convinced with, but I found this volume really interesting. We learned more things about the twins' pasts and I enjoyed to follow Tenma in his investigation. As usual, some parts were uncomfortable to read, with evil characters, but the village doctor and the boy were a nice addition who balanced the whole.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jodi

    Meh...…...not as crazy about this one...……..it has deviated so far from the first book. I'm sure everything gets tied together in the next 15 books but it just seems a bit excessive. Doubt I'll keep reading. Meh...…...not as crazy about this one...……..it has deviated so far from the first book. I'm sure everything gets tied together in the next 15 books but it just seems a bit excessive. Doubt I'll keep reading.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Zoë

    A lot of really good developments and big reveals in this one.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kesa

    Very captivating and the story is developing. Dieter and Tenma are a good duo.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Robin Jonsson

    Love it

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dubzor

    Starts off a bit weak but comes back quick and quite strong.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    Synopsis Dr. Tenma is from Japan but is working as a brain surgeon in Germany. He’s all set up for a promotion and to marry the head chairman of the hospital’s daughter. That is, everything seems to be going well until he decides to save the life of a young child instead of the right elite politician he’s supposed to be saving. Tenma’s career is already on a downhill spiral after disobeying orders and going against the underlying unfair politics of the hospital, but the consequences become f Synopsis Dr. Tenma is from Japan but is working as a brain surgeon in Germany. He’s all set up for a promotion and to marry the head chairman of the hospital’s daughter. That is, everything seems to be going well until he decides to save the life of a young child instead of the right elite politician he’s supposed to be saving. Tenma’s career is already on a downhill spiral after disobeying orders and going against the underlying unfair politics of the hospital, but the consequences become far worse when Tenma realizes he’s created a (dun dun dun) Monster! Monster, Volume 3: 511 Kinderheim by Naoki Urasawa ★★★★★ Genre: Mystery/Crime/Suspense Release Date: March 1996 Source: Library – Borrowed On My Shelf: I Wish ;lkaj f;;lkasj flk;as f How do I even keep writing reviews for these volumes when I just want to freak out. This novel introduced another new character–a small boy who ends up on Tenma’s journey with him. I loved the development this new character offered Tenma as well as the development the new face offered the plot. This story honestly just keeps getting thicker and more layered and even more suspenseful. There are things happening around every page turn. I can’t get enough of this story. Urasawa does an awesome job of making the reader want more, more, more. The other thing that made this volume super interesting is that we get even more information on the main villain’s backstory. We get a lot in volume 2 too. Urasawa knows exactly how to release information to keep the audience hooked and on the edge of their seats. If you aren’t reading this series by now, WHY NOT?? Review of Volume 1: Herr Dr. Tenma Review of Volume 2: Surprise Party Review of Volume 4: Ayse's Friend Review of Volume 5: After the Carnival Review of Volume 6: The Secret Woods Review originally published on my Wordpress blog Dreaming Through Literature.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Patrick Green

    Nothing bothers me more than a promising premise and a disappointing payoff in a book series. I sincerely hope "Monster" corrects itself after what I finished reading. This third installment soured my enjoyment of this series by this point. I grow tired by the tediousness of Tenma's actions and the lackluster secondary characters. The secondary characters grated with particular ferocity. At least for the moment, the secondary characters are annoying, boring, and inconsequential. I never felt as t Nothing bothers me more than a promising premise and a disappointing payoff in a book series. I sincerely hope "Monster" corrects itself after what I finished reading. This third installment soured my enjoyment of this series by this point. I grow tired by the tediousness of Tenma's actions and the lackluster secondary characters. The secondary characters grated with particular ferocity. At least for the moment, the secondary characters are annoying, boring, and inconsequential. I never felt as though I were reading important moments in the story. It was all retreads of Dr. Tenma's previous actions. Find a person who needs medical help, a debate over their humanity/resolve the internal conflict of a secondary character, Tenma saves the day, departs for the next chapter. This is nothing, however, compared to the background given to Johan. I hate 511 Kinderheim. The chapter, not the book in its entirety. It contains a ridiculous story point that almost destroys the interesting moralistic debate of the series. Johan is no longer an enigmatic villain, drawing you in with his mysterious motives and twisted moral viewpoint. 511 Kinderheim revealed too much of his character, and it was done in the silliest way possible. Despite how much I disliked in this volume, I still enjoyed Urasawa's artwork and the last chapter held some promise. I am, however, gravely shaken by where this series is going. I desperately hope that the next volume steers this ship away from the rocks because if it doesn't this series is going to get lacerated and torn apart from cliches, repetitive storylines, and woefully underdeveloped characters.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Anna Kļaviņa

    Dr Tenma is on the run, he is being suspect for murders he didn't commit! He saves a child from abusing foster parent and two people lives. He also learns about an orphanage, 511 Kinderheim where experiments on children happened and where little Johan was put in. Don't you think Inspector Stockinger (Karl Markovics) would be perfect Inspector Lunge? Dr Tenma is on the run, he is being suspect for murders he didn't commit! He saves a child from abusing foster parent and two people lives. He also learns about an orphanage, 511 Kinderheim where experiments on children happened and where little Johan was put in. Don't you think Inspector Stockinger (Karl Markovics) would be perfect Inspector Lunge?

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kaiva Koenig

    German police are so incompetent and awful at their job, that a unique young and handsome world famous Japanese surgeon (Dr. Tenma) must give up his career and prospects, drop everything, in an unlikely attempt to stop one precocious child serial killer. Ludicrous convoluted plot that makes no sense at all, unless you're a Japanese teenager in luv with Dr. Tenma (obvious Gary Stu). :-( ...This makes me sad. I loved the first book in the series, it was shaping up to be a great story, ...and then! German police are so incompetent and awful at their job, that a unique young and handsome world famous Japanese surgeon (Dr. Tenma) must give up his career and prospects, drop everything, in an unlikely attempt to stop one precocious child serial killer. Ludicrous convoluted plot that makes no sense at all, unless you're a Japanese teenager in luv with Dr. Tenma (obvious Gary Stu). :-( ...This makes me sad. I loved the first book in the series, it was shaping up to be a great story, ...and then! What a let down.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Michael Sorbello

    This is a review of the entire series. Synopsis: Dr. Tenma brings a boy named Johan back to life, unknowingly resurrecting a monster from the brink of death who ends up throwing the world he knows into a cesspit of despair and chaos. Review: One of the most horrifying yet humanistic crime thrillers ever told, managing to capture the absolute worst of humanity while showing how we can also be the most kind, compassionate and heroic creatures that have ever lived. The complexity of human nature, the This is a review of the entire series. Synopsis: Dr. Tenma brings a boy named Johan back to life, unknowingly resurrecting a monster from the brink of death who ends up throwing the world he knows into a cesspit of despair and chaos. Review: One of the most horrifying yet humanistic crime thrillers ever told, managing to capture the absolute worst of humanity while showing how we can also be the most kind, compassionate and heroic creatures that have ever lived. The complexity of human nature, the small deeds that change the world around us little by little, the hero and the monster that lives inside all of us, how our actions shape the next generation, the controversy of nature vs. nurture, Monster brilliantly portrays it all in a stunningly engrossing and emotional manner. Interweaving dark conspiracies, hospital politics, serial murders and controversial indictment, the dark tale of Tenma, Johan and all of the unfortunate souls caught in between their battle of morality is an unforgettable experience.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rowan Briggs

    TLDR: Opening was a little slow, but the middle gets a lot better. I slowly started to like it more as it went on. You definitely will struggle with this read though if you did not read the previous volumes. If you have liked the series so far, you will like this one I think. Longer Review: Strangely enough, this volume expands on a lot of our core characters. I feel like you can feel Tenma's and the BKA's characters developing a lot in this volume particularly. There was also a great addition in TLDR: Opening was a little slow, but the middle gets a lot better. I slowly started to like it more as it went on. You definitely will struggle with this read though if you did not read the previous volumes. If you have liked the series so far, you will like this one I think. Longer Review: Strangely enough, this volume expands on a lot of our core characters. I feel like you can feel Tenma's and the BKA's characters developing a lot in this volume particularly. There was also a great addition in this volume (new characters). I would say it is more accurately a 3.5. I think the first volume is still the greatest that the series has offered. However, the volumes do an excellent job developing the stories and pushing the plot forward. 3.5/5

  18. 4 out of 5

    Warda

    What caught my attention is Deiter's story, his story is so familiar to Johan but the difference is Deiter chose to refuse to give in and Tenma was a great help too, if it weren't for this he would turn out like Johan or maybe more. In here I understood that it's up to the circumstances, choice, and the people help that may make a difference. I honestly didn't like Eva from the first time it was introduced in this manga, she's a capitalist, an attention seeker, but when she lost the only person What caught my attention is Deiter's story, his story is so familiar to Johan but the difference is Deiter chose to refuse to give in and Tenma was a great help too, if it weren't for this he would turn out like Johan or maybe more. In here I understood that it's up to the circumstances, choice, and the people help that may make a difference. I honestly didn't like Eva from the first time it was introduced in this manga, she's a capitalist, an attention seeker, but when she lost the only person who gave her attention at first before she showed her ugly side, she realised her mistakes but eeeh she never actually learned and I guess will never.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tessy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. No matter how many people I save... there is a man I must kill. From Chapter 20 onward it got really good and twisted. In my opinion, inspector Lunge is not as good as people make him out to be, but there's a lot of chapters to go still. Dieter has my heart, the poor kid, and some part of me still wants to think that Dr. Tenma did the right thing by saving Johan. We'll see how that plays out. No matter how many people I save... there is a man I must kill. From Chapter 20 onward it got really good and twisted. In my opinion, inspector Lunge is not as good as people make him out to be, but there's a lot of chapters to go still. Dieter has my heart, the poor kid, and some part of me still wants to think that Dr. Tenma did the right thing by saving Johan. We'll see how that plays out.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jesus

    -i liked this volume - i like Dieter, and i hope Tenma can be with him and raise him, but the thing is right now Dieter shouldn't be with tenma, because duh Tenma wants to kill somebody whatver things got a little dull for me, but i still like the series, and i wnt more scenes of Johan -i liked this volume - i like Dieter, and i hope Tenma can be with him and raise him, but the thing is right now Dieter shouldn't be with tenma, because duh Tenma wants to kill somebody whatver things got a little dull for me, but i still like the series, and i wnt more scenes of Johan

  21. 4 out of 5

    Natasha Chowdory

    The plot thickens. And we find out so so much more about what Johan is and what he could be. It's a bit conspiracy theory heavy but it's a lot of fun. And we're still seeing what's happening with other characters while Tenma's story plays out, as it's all connected!! The plot thickens. And we find out so so much more about what Johan is and what he could be. It's a bit conspiracy theory heavy but it's a lot of fun. And we're still seeing what's happening with other characters while Tenma's story plays out, as it's all connected!!

  22. 4 out of 5

    M. Ashraf

    511 Kinderheim, an experiment to make the next fuhrer, will that make sense right! :/ I guess he have to make a root for the evil up bringing. Inspector Lunge will can not decide yet if I like him. On the other Eva... I do not like her.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Bismah

    The plot continues to thicken in this volume with the introduction of a few new characters! I have a feeling that we'll be learning more about Dieter as the story goes on. Also, his friendship with Tenma is one of my favorite things about the story so far! The plot continues to thicken in this volume with the introduction of a few new characters! I have a feeling that we'll be learning more about Dieter as the story goes on. Also, his friendship with Tenma is one of my favorite things about the story so far!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Bibliyohan Blackthorn ➰

    I miss Johan! Sure, this volume had its own set of action and suspense but the part about Inspector Lunge and Eva were quite dragging. I did enjoy Dieter being around though, hope he doesn't die :). I miss Johan! Sure, this volume had its own set of action and suspense but the part about Inspector Lunge and Eva were quite dragging. I did enjoy Dieter being around though, hope he doesn't die :).

  25. 4 out of 5

    Gorab

    2.5 The initial magic has faded. This was not very interesting and stretched without any purpose :\ Hope the story picks up again.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ash

    3.5 stars. I'm reading this online, so I have no idea that I'd actually finished the book. I think I'm a few chapters into volume 4 now... 3.5 stars. I'm reading this online, so I have no idea that I'd actually finished the book. I think I'm a few chapters into volume 4 now...

  27. 4 out of 5

    Aurelio Ippandoza

    A great thriller (in manga form), from Urusawa.This is a seinen manga which is mainly written for college age audience.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kholoud

    The volume talks about "Johan" past.. Creepy and horrible things but fascinating and I awfully loved it ( if that's even possible) The volume talks about "Johan" past.. Creepy and horrible things but fascinating and I awfully loved it ( if that's even possible)

  29. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    I wish I didn’t take such a break between reading the last one and this one because I sort of forgot a bit of what happened

  30. 4 out of 5

    Maralaa Milky

    After finished first volume this book all day in my mind. So decided to finish all volumes. Haha

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