Future Diary, Volume 2

Future Diary (Volume #2)
by Sakae Esuno
Published 2006 by Tokyopop
192 pages. Paperback.
Rating: 5/5

Yukiteru, Yuno, and Kurusu band together to prevent the battle of Future Diaires from getting out of hand. But when Yukiteru discovers a dark secret about Yuno that changes everything, will he still be able to trust her?

Now wary of his new “friends” Yukiteru joins them on an investigation of a priestess from a temple who seems to have mysterious powers. As new Diary owners show up, each with their own ambitions, who, in this dark and desolate world, is friend and who is foe?

After deciding the first one was pretty cool, I picked up volume two. It completely surpassed the first volume. There was so much action and the story progression is keeping such a great pace. I went to the library immediately to get the next two.

Yuki and Yuno are just beginning to get to know each other better, and Yuki is warming up to her. Yuno really has a thing for Yuki and he doesn’t understand why. Their relationship is just beginning to take a step in the right direction when Yuki makes a horrifying discovery. There’s something dark that we don’t know about Yuno and I can’t wait to figure out exactly what it is.

This volume has some pretty big plot twists. There’s really no telling who is on what side. When the servants at the temple fall into a trance and begin killing, they need to find out who is behind it. Yuno and Kurusu seem like the only ones with their heads on straight in a crisis.

I’m really loving this series. On to volume three!

Prude Filter: This manga contains profanity, violence, and sexual references. The books suggests 16 and up.

Source: Trussville Public Library. Trussville, AL.
Purchase this book: Amazon
Previous books in this series:
Future Diary Volume 1

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  1. Wow! Thanks for this review, I probably never would have picked this series up otherwise, but now I'm going to go to the local bookstore and grab a copy of volume 1!!


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