Future Diary, Volume 8

Future Diary (Volume #8)
by Sakae Esuno
Published 2010 by Tokyopop
Rating: 5/5

Synopsis
Determined to bring his deadbeat father to justice for the death of his mother, Yukiteru tracks down his father only to meet with a sickening surprise! Meanwhile, the Eleventh diary owner finally makes his move to seize Eighth’s special server diary for his own purposes. Yukiteru’s plan to strike back and take both down at once is foiled when Aru Akise returns with a shocking piece of information about Yuno’s true identity…

Review
The revelation about Yuno in this volume has to be the most ridiculous thing that’s happened in this series. And I didn’t see it coming at all. I’m just not sure where things can go from here. I’m sure I’ll be just as floored in the next volume.

This one is full of the usual craziness. Yuki is ready to avenge his mother, and I have to say it’s nice to see Yuki with a backbone. He and Yuno really become a team. He knows he needs her to survive, but he’s starting to do his share. The two of them make a pretty great team when they’re cooperating with each other. Of course, Akise shows up just in time to screw things up for Yuno. I don’t even know what to think anymore. I’m going to go with it and see how things turn out.

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 4Future Diary Volume 5Future Diary Volume 6Future Diary Volume 7

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