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Ninja Near: Night of a Million Deaths
[T] by: Sami-Otaku
: Death Note Fan Fiction / Death Note Fan Fiction
Genre(s): Horror / Comedy / Action | Type: One Shot
Latest Revision: June 18, 2008 18:21 PDT | Chapters: 1 | Words: 11.2K | Visits: 839
Summary: Near finally decides that he's sick of being emotionless, and shows the world that he, the world's smartest man, means business as he slaughters everyone he knows, starting with Matt and Mello! Can the world handle this new threat!?
Review(s): 2 Reviews



She Knew
[T] by: yume3
: Death Note Fan Fiction
Genre(s): Angst / Romance | Type: Poetry
Latest Revision: June 13, 2008 20:10 PDT | Chapters: 1 | Words: 2.7K | Visits: 642
Summary: She knew he didn't love her and no matter how much she tried it wouldn't change. A one-sided poem of Misa/Light. There are mentions of the pairing Light/L.
Review(s): 1 Reviews



Deceit
[T] by: Rini Saiyan-jin
: Death Note Fan Fiction
Genre(s): Police / Drama | Type: Alternate Universe
Latest Revision: May 15, 2008 22:27 PDT | Chapters: 7 | Words: 19.2K | Visits: 2.2K
Summary: Both Raito and L both decide to become closer to find out the ultimate secret they need by becoming lovers.

Warnings: Character(s) death, slash (L/Raito[Light]), deceitful relationship, personality canon compatible, canon compliant, AU, no f read more


Thoughts of Death
[T] by: strangewolfgal
: Death Note Fan Fiction
Genre(s): Drama | Type: Other
Latest Revision: April 15, 2008 07:22 PDT | Chapters: 2 | Words: 1.2K | Visits: 281
Summary: A final farewell for the soon-to-come "The Kira of Hearts" and "Guns, Games and Chocolate".

First chapter is Alex's, the main character in "Guns, Games and Chocolate."

Loss
[A] by: Itavita
: Death Note Fan Fiction / Death Note Fan Fiction
Genre(s): Angst | Type: Alternate Universe
Latest Revision: March 13, 2008 01:12 PDT | Chapters: 1 | Words: 5.7K | Visits: 592
Summary: (Completely AU. Don't take this one seriously, folks.) While living in Wammy's House, L had to deal with the constant relocation of his peers. After saying goodbye so many times, he thought he had become numb to the sorrow that losing someone can bring...
Review(s): 1 Reviews