Future Diary, Volume 5

Future Diary (Volume #5)
by Sakae Esuno
Published 2010 by Tokyopop
224 pages. Paperback.
Rating: 4/5

Synopsis
Thanks to Aru, Yukiteru and Yuno are set up on an unexpected date at a free “wedding trial” program. But Aru’s scheme goes awry when Yukiteru and Yuno arrive at Yuno’s house to find not corpses, but a giant hole in the ground. And if that wasn’t weird enough, Yuno has tampered with her memory and forgotten that Yukiteru ever visited her. Her memory loss couldn’t have come at a worse time, as they are both tricked into committing a crime so another Diary owner can track them. With the game stakes becoming deadlier than ever, has Yukiteru sent his last text?

Review
Keeping with expectations, the table have turned again. Those Yuki and Yuno thought were allies have become enemies, and one definite enemy becomes an ally… for now. Fourth finally reveals his plans, and they are not to help Yuki and Yuno. Fourth has problems of his own, and being God would really help him out. Meanwhile, the ruthless Ninth is a little surprising. Of course, it’s all about saving her own life, but she suddenly becomes just as confusing as Fourth.

As if all this weren’t enough, Yuki has other problems. What he discovered on his first visit to Yuno’s house really messed up his feelings about her. The thing is, Yuno doesn’t remember that. Yuki is really worried about her stability. He’s even more worried about his confusing feelings. Does he love her in spite of what he’s seen, or can he ever really love her because of it?

Let me quickly bore you with the usual comments about this series: great art, incredible plot twists, lots of action. On to volume 6!

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

Source: Homewood Public Library. Homewood, AL.
Purchase this book: Book Depository | Amazon
Previous books in this series:
Future Diary Volume 1Future Diary Volume 2Future Diary Volume 3Future Diary Volume 4

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