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After a week locked up with no one but Ryuk for company, Light is ready to give up his Death Note and all memories of it. Freed from his past actions, Light is convinced he's innocent. But L is ready to keep Light under lock and key forever, especially since the killings stopped once Light was incarcerated. Then a new wave of Kira crimes hits Japan. Someone else has gotten After a week locked up with no one but Ryuk for company, Light is ready to give up his Death Note and all memories of it. Freed from his past actions, Light is convinced he's innocent. But L is ready to keep Light under lock and key forever, especially since the killings stopped once Light was incarcerated. Then a new wave of Kira crimes hits Japan. Someone else has gotten their hands on a Death Note, and these new deaths aren't focused on making the world a better place, they're focused on making money. Big business can be murder, and Kira has gone corporate!


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After a week locked up with no one but Ryuk for company, Light is ready to give up his Death Note and all memories of it. Freed from his past actions, Light is convinced he's innocent. But L is ready to keep Light under lock and key forever, especially since the killings stopped once Light was incarcerated. Then a new wave of Kira crimes hits Japan. Someone else has gotten After a week locked up with no one but Ryuk for company, Light is ready to give up his Death Note and all memories of it. Freed from his past actions, Light is convinced he's innocent. But L is ready to keep Light under lock and key forever, especially since the killings stopped once Light was incarcerated. Then a new wave of Kira crimes hits Japan. Someone else has gotten their hands on a Death Note, and these new deaths aren't focused on making the world a better place, they're focused on making money. Big business can be murder, and Kira has gone corporate!

30 review for Death Note, Vol. 5: Whiteout

  1. 5 out of 5

    MischaS_

    So, this is how it will be? A Death Note every day? But that way it will only last me till the end of this week! Fabulous as always but I have to say (view spoiler)[without Light knowing that he is Kira it's a bit not as good? But I love how Light is still careful not to say something to L even if he does not know that he is Kira. (hide spoiler)] I love Light and L mind games, so much fun. But I miss Ryuk too much. 😔 So, this is how it will be? A Death Note every day? But that way it will only last me till the end of this week! Fabulous as always but I have to say (view spoiler)[without Light knowing that he is Kira it's a bit not as good? But I love how Light is still careful not to say something to L even if he does not know that he is Kira. (hide spoiler)] I love Light and L mind games, so much fun. But I miss Ryuk too much. 😔

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ahmad Sharabiani

    Death Note, Vol. 5: Whiteout (Death Note #5), Tsugumi Ohba, Takeshi Obata (Illustrator), Alexis Kirsch (Translator) After a week locked up with no one but Ryuk for company, Light is ready to give up his Death Note and all memories of it. Freed from his past actions, Light is convinced he's innocent. But L is ready to keep Light under lock and key forever, especially since the killings stopped once Light was incarcerated. Then a new wave of Kira crimes hits Japan. Someone else has gotten their han Death Note, Vol. 5: Whiteout (Death Note #5), Tsugumi Ohba, Takeshi Obata (Illustrator), Alexis Kirsch (Translator) After a week locked up with no one but Ryuk for company, Light is ready to give up his Death Note and all memories of it. Freed from his past actions, Light is convinced he's innocent. But L is ready to keep Light under lock and key forever, especially since the killings stopped once Light was incarcerated. Then a new wave of Kira crimes hits Japan. Someone else has gotten their hands on a Death Note, and these new deaths aren't focused on making the world a better place, they're focused on making money. Big business can be murder, and Kira has gone corporate!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kaylin (The Re-Read Queen)

    Eh. This seemed to suddenly change directions and now nothing is like it was? The original premise and conflict that were so interesting seem to have been thrown to the side in exchange for these corrupt businessmen? And will Misa ever do anything that doesn't revolve around Light?? What ever happened with the Police Chief's health? He had a heart attack like two issues ago, supposedly stress induced, and now all this goes down with his son but he is fine? Why was Misa kept in sensory-deprivation c Eh. This seemed to suddenly change directions and now nothing is like it was? The original premise and conflict that were so interesting seem to have been thrown to the side in exchange for these corrupt businessmen? And will Misa ever do anything that doesn't revolve around Light?? What ever happened with the Police Chief's health? He had a heart attack like two issues ago, supposedly stress induced, and now all this goes down with his son but he is fine? Why was Misa kept in sensory-deprivation confinement and Light was not? Still continuing with the series, just feeling very 'meh' about this issue.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Connor

    [4.5 Stars] Still really great. This one has a lot of build-up for what will be going down in the next volume. I am so pumped for it!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Hiba Arrame

    I don't think the idea of forfeiting the death note was very good, but I think there was no way around it as everything got really tight and there must've been a way to clear it up. I'm excited to know what comes up next. I don't think the idea of forfeiting the death note was very good, but I think there was no way around it as everything got really tight and there must've been a way to clear it up. I'm excited to know what comes up next.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Giota

    The plot, the character development, the execution are still perfect, but I have to admit I liked the original concept way better. I miss the Light-going-up-against-L-in-epic-fight-of-wits. I don't care for the new characters that have been introduced and consequently I'm nowhere near as invested as I was. It's also taking a very Hollywood turn which makes everything very predictable. Last, but not least, I'm disappointed by Misa's character development. I was hoping she's gradually mature and bec The plot, the character development, the execution are still perfect, but I have to admit I liked the original concept way better. I miss the Light-going-up-against-L-in-epic-fight-of-wits. I don't care for the new characters that have been introduced and consequently I'm nowhere near as invested as I was. It's also taking a very Hollywood turn which makes everything very predictable. Last, but not least, I'm disappointed by Misa's character development. I was hoping she's gradually mature and become an equal member of the crew. This series is missing a strong female character and after Naomi Misora, Misa was promising....but....I'm guessing this is a man's world.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nərmin

    That twist... But hey, Light is cuter when not being Kira))))

  8. 5 out of 5

    Magdalen

    densely written and less interesting than the previous volumes. saw it coming but nbd. It gets better.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Fatima Farzeen

    Not as exciting as the previous volumes but still going great.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Roya

    Another flawless instalment. The humour, though short-lived and rare, was scintillating as always. Ohba never fails to impress. Alas, it may be some time before I can return to the Kira Investigation. There seems to be an endless influx of trivial books that have taken a liking to butting themselves into my TBR list. If they were animate, you can be sure that I'd put them in my death note. _____________________________ Reread on 22/03/2015 Another flawless instalment. The humour, though short-lived and rare, was scintillating as always. Ohba never fails to impress. Alas, it may be some time before I can return to the Kira Investigation. There seems to be an endless influx of trivial books that have taken a liking to butting themselves into my TBR list. If they were animate, you can be sure that I'd put them in my death note. _____________________________ Reread on 22/03/2015

  11. 4 out of 5

    Patricija - aparecium_libri

    It slagged on a few parts. I got interested on the end a bit more though

  12. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth A

    This manga series seems to have pivoted into a different direction, and I for one am not enamored with this turn of events. Also, there is a very convenient out for the Kiras, and that particular device feels like a cheat of sorts. There's some interesting action, and a whole new cast of characters enters stage left - corporate types no less. I liked it, but it seems to have lost the propulsive drive of the initial books. This manga series seems to have pivoted into a different direction, and I for one am not enamored with this turn of events. Also, there is a very convenient out for the Kiras, and that particular device feels like a cheat of sorts. There's some interesting action, and a whole new cast of characters enters stage left - corporate types no less. I liked it, but it seems to have lost the propulsive drive of the initial books.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Marianna Neal

    Almost halfway through the series, I feel like it's getting a bit too complicated. This volume did seem like a transition into something more important (hopefully), so perhaps the next one will bring the excitement back. Sure, I was still really into it, but the Shinigami-human interaction was missing for the most part and I wasn't happy about that. !!!! SPOILERS !!!! The whole memory loss situation really isn't working for me. I suspect there is going to be some kind of way around it within the e Almost halfway through the series, I feel like it's getting a bit too complicated. This volume did seem like a transition into something more important (hopefully), so perhaps the next one will bring the excitement back. Sure, I was still really into it, but the Shinigami-human interaction was missing for the most part and I wasn't happy about that. !!!! SPOILERS !!!! The whole memory loss situation really isn't working for me. I suspect there is going to be some kind of way around it within the endless Death Note rules, which will bring Light's memories back and reunite him with Ryuk. Otherwise, the whole vigilante theme that initially attracted me to the series would be lost, unless another major character is brought in.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    Only three stars for this volume because I think Light's voluntary memory wipe is a total cop-out...although to be honest, I didn't see many other ways to extend the plot without putting Light-as-Kira to rest for awhile and transferring the power to kill to another character. Otherwise, the series remains enjoyable, even though Misa drives me nuts. Only three stars for this volume because I think Light's voluntary memory wipe is a total cop-out...although to be honest, I didn't see many other ways to extend the plot without putting Light-as-Kira to rest for awhile and transferring the power to kill to another character. Otherwise, the series remains enjoyable, even though Misa drives me nuts.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Gorab

    This has been a low point in the series so far. Didn't realize earlier I'd miss Ryuk this much :P Felt it was exceptionally thrilling with Light and L... and now its drifting across a new dimension which is also interesting, but not even close to that level. This has been a low point in the series so far. Didn't realize earlier I'd miss Ryuk this much :P Felt it was exceptionally thrilling with Light and L... and now its drifting across a new dimension which is also interesting, but not even close to that level.

  16. 5 out of 5

    casey

    light really did THAT

  17. 4 out of 5

    Manisha

    Actual review: 3.5 The turn in the story made it lag a bit. Not to mention that Light was the driving force of the story all this time, and now... Actual review: 3.5 The turn in the story made it lag a bit. Not to mention that Light was the driving force of the story all this time, and now...

  18. 4 out of 5

    Barbara McEwen

    Ughh, this series is losing me I think. It is taking some weird twists and turns, which may not be bad but I am also getting tired of L and Light's constant over-analysis and re-analysis of the situation. They are both pretty annoying really and the addition of Misa isn't helping. Ughh, this series is losing me I think. It is taking some weird twists and turns, which may not be bad but I am also getting tired of L and Light's constant over-analysis and re-analysis of the situation. They are both pretty annoying really and the addition of Misa isn't helping.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ashley (JaffaCaffa)

    3.5 stars? I definitely liked this one more than the last volume, but I really missed Light's personality. The event that took place just took away a big part of what I love about Death Note and I felt a bit disconnected from the story because of it. I have Volume 6 ready to read but I'm sad, the series is going downhill. :( 3.5 stars? I definitely liked this one more than the last volume, but I really missed Light's personality. The event that took place just took away a big part of what I love about Death Note and I felt a bit disconnected from the story because of it. I have Volume 6 ready to read but I'm sad, the series is going downhill. :(

  20. 5 out of 5

    Pooja

    The series gets astonishing day by day. What happens when Light is confined in a room, unable to access the Death Note? The twists and turns in this manga is perfect.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ananya

    Brilliant.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Hilary (Melted Books)

    4.5 stars For the past couple of volumes, I had felt that the story was losing steam a little because of the dialogue-heavy content and shrinking number of action scenes. This volume felt like a resurgence of the fast-paced, high-pressure content that I had been missing. I liked the rising significance of the more minor characters. I didn't think this one had a great cliffhanger like the previous volumes, but overall, I was very happy with this volume. 4.5 stars For the past couple of volumes, I had felt that the story was losing steam a little because of the dialogue-heavy content and shrinking number of action scenes. This volume felt like a resurgence of the fast-paced, high-pressure content that I had been missing. I liked the rising significance of the more minor characters. I didn't think this one had a great cliffhanger like the previous volumes, but overall, I was very happy with this volume.

  23. 4 out of 5

    م. الماجد

    simply brilliantine

  24. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    3.75 stars The drastic storyline shift and lower stakes made this volume really start losing the momentum we built up with the first four. Still, the added politics were interesting.

  25. 4 out of 5

    C

    Misa annoys me a lot and I don't like this eight businessman at all... This is the worse volume so far because things became so unrelated to what we started with. Light has become someone different, he is not present as much as he was brain wise. L takes more parts this time but I liked how they were fighting reason, what made them special was their weird relationship. These 8 men are so boring to read, the action is not needed if it's going to be like this. Misa annoys me a lot and I don't like this eight businessman at all... This is the worse volume so far because things became so unrelated to what we started with. Light has become someone different, he is not present as much as he was brain wise. L takes more parts this time but I liked how they were fighting reason, what made them special was their weird relationship. These 8 men are so boring to read, the action is not needed if it's going to be like this.

  26. 4 out of 5

    ˗ˏˋ✰ l a r i s s a ✰ˎˊ˗

    i like this one a lot, especially because it’s so interesting psychologically to see how different light is without his memories as kira. it shows how nearly anyone can become a killer or turn bad with the right triggers. all it takes is being in the wrong place at the wrong time and giving in to the temptation and then you go down the rabbit hole, and that is exactly what happened to light. he was bored, he was curious, and there was an opportunity. and then he just kinda lost more and more of i like this one a lot, especially because it’s so interesting psychologically to see how different light is without his memories as kira. it shows how nearly anyone can become a killer or turn bad with the right triggers. all it takes is being in the wrong place at the wrong time and giving in to the temptation and then you go down the rabbit hole, and that is exactly what happened to light. he was bored, he was curious, and there was an opportunity. and then he just kinda lost more and more of his sanity with each kill, but as soon as he loses his memory of all of it he's back to being his old kind self (he even respects women !! shocked pikachu face) and wants to catch kira. it's honestly hilarious other thoughts: - cue wedy and aiber! i just love them so much and i wish they played bigger roles in the series - light and L fighting while chained together lmaoo they would absolutely be a kiny couple - misa !! she’s adorable and i’m kind of in love with her. she’s so optimistic which i usually find annoying in people but for some reason i like her optimism a lot? i guess anything works on a cute girl

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    As much as I love this manga, this is probably the story arc where things become a bit less exciting as the focus is shifted onto an evil corporation to find a Kira hidden among 8 mysterious figures. There's some interesting moments, but it mostly stretches a relatively boring idea a bit too much. In fact, what was initially a question of justice, of good and evil based on actions, is now a question of success and money, of personal wealth and happiness. Yours truly, Lashaan | Blogger and Book Revi As much as I love this manga, this is probably the story arc where things become a bit less exciting as the focus is shifted onto an evil corporation to find a Kira hidden among 8 mysterious figures. There's some interesting moments, but it mostly stretches a relatively boring idea a bit too much. In fact, what was initially a question of justice, of good and evil based on actions, is now a question of success and money, of personal wealth and happiness. Yours truly, Lashaan | Blogger and Book Reviewer Official blog: https://bookidote.com/

  28. 5 out of 5

    Shaz

    3.25 This volume has been the least thrilling (I'm using that word very lightly) so far... there was a lot of strategy and build up in this though therefore I'm expecting big things from volume 6. 3.25 This volume has been the least thrilling (I'm using that word very lightly) so far... there was a lot of strategy and build up in this though therefore I'm expecting big things from volume 6.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Madison

    This one kind of annoyed me but i get why this chunk of the story was written.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kathy - Books & Munches

    I kind of enjoyed the first novels more than these.. It's way more schemes and serious stuff now, without me actually feeling the suspense and thrill. I kind of enjoyed the first novels more than these.. It's way more schemes and serious stuff now, without me actually feeling the suspense and thrill.

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