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Can a mysterious DAISY protect her?Reads R to L (Japanese Style). After orphan Teru Kurebayashi loses her beloved older brother, she finds solace in the messages she exchanges with DAISY, an enigmatic figure who can only be reached through the cell phone her brother left her. Meanwhile, mysterious Tasuku Kurosaki always seems to be around whenever Teru needs help… Could DACan a mysterious DAISY protect her?Reads R to L (Japanese Style). After orphan Teru Kurebayashi loses her beloved older brother, she finds solace in the messages she exchanges with DAISY, an enigmatic figure who can only be reached through the cell phone her brother left her. Meanwhile, mysterious Tasuku Kurosaki always seems to be around whenever Teru needs help… Could DAISY be a lot closer than Teru thinks? When Teru mistakenly tells Kurosaki to disappear from her life, she gets consumed by guilt because he actually vanishes. In order to get him back, she'll have to uncover his past relationship with her brother along with the exact details of his crime......

Title : Dengeki Daisy, Vol. 08
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ISBN : 9781421539973
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 192 Pages
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Dengeki Daisy, Vol. 08 Reviews

  • Elspeth
    2019-05-02 00:32

    Finally the back story...wait was that it?Meh!

  • Mercy Martinez
    2019-04-19 21:21

    Después de varios capítulos (o mejor dicho, 8 tomos después) POR FIN!!!!! Sabemos el "Pecado de Daisy" En este tomo se puede ver el pasado de Kurosaki, su relación con todo el equipo que estaba liderado por Sou(el nombre completo nunca lo se escribir bien u.u)el hermano de Teru. Que lo llevo a convertirse en Daisy.¿Por que se culpa cada día de su "pecado"?¿Que lo llevo a hacer lo que hizo?Pues bien..... si, aquí nos explican todo lo que queríamos saber desde el final de primer y segundo tomo. Y debo decir que me ha sorprendido gratamente. Y no solo por la relación que lleva Sou con Tasuku (que de por si, son iguales. Malvados lolicones -__-) si no, por ese lazo de compañerismo que existía en el grupo en su tiempo, como se conocen, conviven y terminan su trabajo juntos hasta la muerte de Sou (no es spoiler, ya se sabe desde el principio)Fue genial ver un poco de protagonismo al hermano de Teru, no pude aguantarme las risas cada vez que lo veía n.nFrases memorables de este tomo:- Solo un idiota sabe como tratar a otro idiota- Lo has intentado muy duro tu solo... Realmente lo has intentado. Pero al final, no ha servido de nada. Pero todavía hay una manera... una forma ¿Quieres escucharla Tasuku? Tienes que ser feliz.Ayyyy :'( fue muy conmovedor este tomo y lo SUPER RECOMIENDO!! :'D

  • Amy Keeley
    2019-05-03 01:40

    For those who don't know (though I don't know how you wouldn't if you're trying to find information on volume 8), Dengeki Daisy is about Teru Kurebayashi, a sixteen-year-old orphan protected by a mysterious stranger named Daisy and annoyed daily by her school's janitor, Tasuku Kurosaki. At least, that's how it started. A lot has happened since.Whereas the previous volume was about how things don't always work out the way you hope, this one explores Tasuku's past after his disappearance and the importance of knowing the full extent of the sin before a person can give true forgiveness.It helps that Teru starts off wanting to forgive Tasuku. Because she has no idea how he could possibly bear any responsibility in her brother's death, it's easy to forgive. But what makes her fantastic as a heroine is that she's not willing to forgive Tasuku based on her limited knowledge. She wants to know exactly how he was involved so that her forgiveness has meaning and can't be easily shot down.As a result, there's a lot of dialogue in this volume. Lots. Flashbacks are handled well and weave beautifully with the present, including scenes with Tasuku trying to fix a mistake from his past that might effect Teru. In the process, we find out just how dark Tasuku's life has been. This makes for some incredibly poignant scenes between Tasuku and Soichiro. It also gives enormous depth to previous scenes that focused on Soichiro's request that Tasuku, as Daisy, watch over his sister.Though there is some humor in this, it's not as pronounced as in previous volumes and with good reason. There's murder, conspiracy, blackmail, politics, and even an attempted suicide (one of my favorite scenes in this volume by the way). The best part, however, was discovering just how Tasuku Kurosaki "killed" Soichiro Kurebayashi. Seeing the details make you glad by the end that Teru is now able to fully forgive Tasuku.Not just that. She's going to go after him herself and prove it to him.

  • Miss Ryoko
    2019-04-20 03:27

    Awww... I really hate to say this because I love this series so much, but this volume was boring! I mean, I understand knowing past story lines is important, but maybe it would have been less boring for me if it had been something done sporadically through a couple of volumes instead of all in one. Oh well... life goes on. I'll wait for the 9th volume in high anticipation as it'll get back to the main story and will be awesome! The only thing this volume did for me was made me sad that Soichiro isn't around because I think I'd really love him a lot :-( Hopefully he'll show up in a few more of Teru's dreams!

  • Amber Hetchler (アンバーちゃん)
    2019-04-20 23:27

    I know that the back story is essential and it pains me to say this since I love this series so much but THIS VOLUME WAS SO BORING. And I was confused many times. I'm still not sure if I understand everything.

  • Paula
    2019-05-17 02:37

    Al fin sabemos qué pasó con el hermano de Teru y el "pecado" de Daisy, pobre bebo , por todo lo que tuvo que pasar :( Ahora espero el reencuentro de Teru y Kurosaki.... y que chapen de una vez!!!!!!!!!!

  • Alison (AlisonCanRead)
    2019-05-04 04:36

    So we finally learn why Kurosaki thinks he killed Teru's brother. The eighth volume of Dengeki Daisy is largely set in the past. Starting in Kurosaki's childhood going through Tasuku's (Teru's brother) death just as the series was beginning, the tale of Kurosaki's past is long and twisty.Rest assured, Kurosaki is innocent. Not entirely - he did create a very powerful virus that did a lot of damage - but his fundamental nature was always good. His criminal tendencies predicated in a desire to avenge those who harmed his father. Kurosaki's father had been wrongly blamed for selling state secrets and it essentially killed him. Kurosaki and a few others were convinced his father was framed. In his youth, Kurosaki was driven by anger. It took Tasuku and his merry band of employees to turn Kurosaki's fury into something productive, when he came to work for their company. We see both sides of Kurosaki in his past. The abrasive delinquent type who verges on rudeness in his interactions with Teru and others. The quiet, smart, polite type who became friends with Tasuku, his co-workers, and fell in love with Teru. Actually, we see much more of the quiet side. It is sometimes hard to believe the same funny Kurosaki that we see today is the young man who worked at Tasuku's company.The volume is sadly lacking in romantic moments since Teru and Kurosaki are separated. There are a few cute moments between a junior high aged Teru and Kurosaki, especially because neither realizes their future connection. But Kurosaki's past is so important to the plot of this series, that the lack of romance is forgiveable.Volume 8 is a plot heavy volume. I enjoyed it, because it answered so many questions about Kurosaki, but also because now that Kurosaki's past is out in the open, we can move on with the story.

  • Miss
    2019-05-17 22:42

    Basically perfect. I mean I guess I could talk about what happens in this volume and the emotional ride it took me on but pretty much everything I'd say would boil down to this story is perfect and Dengeki Daisy is officially one of my favourite shoujo manga ever.Ugh, you still want to know what happens? Fine, fine. Basically this is the extended flashback volume where Kurosaki's backstory is revealed. It is full of tragedy but also amazing beautiful found family scenes with Soichiro and Riko and Boss and all the older characters connected with Kurosaki we've known for awhile. Lots of movement on the hacking plot too if you're into that kind of thing. (I'm into that kind of thing). Also Motomi continues in her quest to make me ever more distressed that this manga started off with Soichiro dead. Crying about Soichiro: the Dengeki Daisy reading experience. ;_; But he was so perfect! I can't deal with these Terebayashi siblings, with their goofiness and intelligence and kindness. How can you write someone so entirely delightful who has such fantastic dynamics with pretty much every major cast member and be like he's dead, you will only ever get to see him flashbacks. How do you sleep at night Kyousuke Motomi!? 5 stars

  • Kate
    2019-05-10 02:43

    I was nervous to read this volume. Dengeki Daisy is at a crucial point in the story where we finally get an answer we've been waiting for since the very first volume. What, exactly, did Kurosaki do to Teru's brother? By now, the reader should have been able to piece together the general gist of what happened, but in these chapters, we're given the final pieces. The emotional intricacies of the characters laid out in these chapters saves the day from the cop-out explanation that I was fearing.There was a lot of talking in this volume. I would have preferred less reliance on wordy explanations and more reliance on the art to tell the story. Granted, Dengeki Daisy covers tricky subjects to use art to convey a large portion of the story - computer hacking and government intrigue - but I know it can be done. After all, I love graphic novels so much because the art often says more than words ever can. Thus, when words are used too much, not enough story is being told in my opinion, if that makes sense.Next volume better get us back to the cute quirky romance of the story, though. Just sayin'...

  • Lara
    2019-04-24 20:29

    I think this was actually one of my favorite volumes in a long time. We finally get the full story behind Kurosaki's guilt complex and what really happened with him and Soichiro, as well as the back story on the infamous "Jack Frost" computer virus Kurosaki created. As the computer hacker intrigue was one of the things that got me hooked on this series to begin with, it was really nice to get back to that as a change of pace from all the angst and drama--ha!

  • Ilenia Ciampi
    2019-04-29 22:43

    Stupendo, commovente e sempre più avvincente

  • Felicia Nguyen
    2019-04-21 04:24


  • Rasha | رشا
    2019-04-25 23:48

    من الشابتر 35 الى الشابتر 39المزيد عن ماضي ديزي ولا يوجد الكثير من الاحداث او الاكشن

  • Joeylyn Ramilo
    2019-04-24 02:28


  • Judy (Geeky Reading)
    2019-04-30 03:30

    ~4-4.5/5[Taken from my blog: ]I really like this series. It’s one of my current favorites from Shojo Beat, and I’m not happy about the fact that we’re pretty much caught up with Japan and so will have to wait longer between volumes.It doesn’t really even matter if something exciting happened or not, I’m still enjoying it and looking forward to the next one.This volume was a bit slower than the last, but still very good. It started with showing us that Kurosaki is gone and Teru is upset. Kurosaki is trying to get some answers, beating up people and stuff, and Teru is upset about what happened and Kurusaki’s disappearance. And Kurosaki has ideas about how she would react to it all and that it was a set up, but still avoids her. (Augh, Kurosaki! Not cool.) Eventually, Teru gets cheered up and determined with the thought that she needs to get to Kurosaki and help him, instead of having him help her like he usually does. Aside from that, the majority of the volume focuses on Teru being told the story of Kurosaki and her older brother Soichiro and the Jack Frost virus.I hadn’t really thought about when this would happen, but I enjoyed the story. I liked learning how Kurosaki got involved with it all, and seeing the quiet pretty boy that he was at first, and how he grew to think of Soichiro as an older brother as well. It was sweet and funny and well done, and I liked it, much like I enjoy everything else to do with this series. Motomi is really good at these kinds of scenes, the ones that can be cute and funny, and then heartwarmingly sweet, and maybe a bit nostalgic, which is what this volume is filled with.I’m not surprised by most of the story (although, there were a few parts…), and was glad to see it all told like this. I just really enjoyed it, mostly. I did like getting to see all of the minor characters. Several of the people that worked with Soichiro got mixed up in my head, and I was glad to get to see who they were, what their part was, and get an actual idea of their personalities. And while I already knew and liked Boss, I liked seeing his part in it. How he worked very under cover, and took in Kurosaki. That was just sweet and adorable.I just really like this series, as I’ve already said. I like pretty much everything about it, and just eat up the books as soon as I get them. I already have the next one, and want to start it as soon as possible, so the review for that will probably be up very soon (or at least, it should be). I’m hoping, and expecting, Teru and Kurosaki to meet up in the next one, and am really looking forward to it; for them to work everything out, and for the impending romance between them to spark up (probably wishful thinking for it to happen so soon, but still).

  • Summer
    2019-05-08 04:41

    3.5 Stars, Completed May 19, 2017(Full manga series review can be found under Volume 1.)

  • Rachel
    2019-05-17 01:46

    Finally a serious book in this series! The reader finally figures out the truth behind Kurosaki's claim that he killed her brother and his involvement with the creation Jack Frost computer virus that the government used for espionage. It was a pretty crazy story, and I actually feel a bit smarter for having stuck with the whole thing in order to learn the whole story. Recommended for ages 14+, 5 stars.

  • Mello ❣ Illium ✮Harry✮ ☀Myrnin☀ Torin Ichimaru
    2019-05-02 04:37

    My Thoughts:The tone of this volume is a bit more series compared to the rest. The team reveals what happened in Kurosaki's past once she gets her butt kicked into gear by Kiyoshi. In order to save Kurosaki, Teru decides she needs to know what Daisy's "sin" was and asks Riko and the others to fill her in. Some of it is pretty heavy. I understand Teru's brother much better now. He truly was an awesome guy. I get his last words to Kurosaki a lot more now. At first, I thought he was being harsh, but he wasn't. More than anyone, Soichiro wanted Kurosaki to be happy.Meanwhile, Kurosaki is off on his own trying to find out information about who is behind the resurrection of Jack Frost. He doesn't seem to care about what happens to him. I'm thinking that he thinks that by having no ties to anyone, there's nothing he can be threatened with. That has to be one of the reasons he left Teru behind.Now that she knows more about what's going on, Teru is going to find her man. I hope she beats some sense into him when she does.

  • Hobbes
    2019-04-27 03:29

    Even more dialogue in this volume because it's all about Tasuku Kurosaki's backstory and why he suffers the guilty sin of Souchiro Kurebayashi's death... and the reason Daisy is born. It's emotional and tragic yet Teru listens to the full account because she will not forgive Kurosaki unless she has valid concrete reasons for doing so. Teru discovers interesting things about the closeness between Kurosaki and her brother and the reasons why her brother put his loved ones before his own health and ultimately dying. And, Kurosaki has disappeared from Teru's life as she requested at the end of volume 7. At the midpoint of this series things have taken a darker tone... I hope later volumes have some brighter chapters to balance this darkness. For me, this volume suffered from too much dialogue and so much melodrama and seriousness. Still, there is a lot of information to cover and we get lots of insight into Kurosaki and Sou.

  • Eli
    2019-05-08 22:38

    Como dije una vez, este manga lo leí hace tiempo (ahora que lo pienso, ha pasado casi un año) pero se me habían olvidado muchas partes, sobretodo las profundas tipo explicaciones y el pecado de 'Daisy'. Este tomo en particular me ha parecido muy interesante porque te resuelve esas dudas sin quitarle comicidad a la trama. Eso es lo que más me gusta de Kyousuke Motomi. Estoy en el ecuador de este manga ya que son 16 los tomos que posee, pero creo que le daré un poco de tiempo a 'Dengeki Daisy' y me centraré en otro manga que tengo pendiente. Cuando lo termine lo retomaré, espero, que con mucha ansia.Amé mucho mas de lo que recordaba a Sooo <333Kyaaa Kurosaki de adolescente es tan asdfghjkl. Me morí.

  • Dani - Perspective of a Writer
    2019-05-14 21:42

    This was an unusual volume. In it we learn of the past of Tasuku Kurosaki and Soichiro Kurebayashi, how their lives intersected and what the professor's grave has to do with the whole affair. It's very little new stuff but really all the pieces we've been getting put together in their correct order with all the less important details.I loved Teru's dream where she is told to follow her heart! It doesn't have to be right as long as its her answer. Soichiro is a fascinating guy pushing Kurosaki to become a good person and to use his skills for good.BOTTOM LINE: Wow, so not a recap, things click together.

  • Courtney (Storybook Slayers)
    2019-04-19 03:50

    More reviews at Rondo of a Possible World: YA Book ReviewsDengeki Daisy is a favorite of mine for not only for its beautiful artistic characters but also for the romance that just tantalized me through and through but also for the tight-knit relations that the characters have. Through a darkened past, they all stick close to each other because they are more of a family. That is what I find beautiful about this manga.Definitely something Shojo fans should look into. You'll fall for the characters in a heartbeat (especially Kurosaki) and the artwork grows on you. Dengeki Daisy is a heartthrob and that is no understatement.

  • Kristine Hansen
    2019-05-04 23:33

    I had to drop this a stay because there is just SO MUCH information in this one. We finally get a lot of the answers - when some of the questions themselves weren't always clear. We see the past through the eyes of everyone who loves Kurasaki. We see the aftermath of him leaving...we see everything we wished we'd known about throughout the series...but we still don't know what's going to happen next. Skillfully presented, there's still just SO much information that I had to read this in stages and take breaks to digest it all. Take it slow, don't miss a detail. And then keep going....

  • Nicola
    2019-05-01 02:47

    ACTUAL RATING: 3.5This volume mainly explores Kurosaki and his past. While we're finally able to read about his back story, it was long and slightly confusing to me...? But I think the next volume will be better! And this volume was rather emotional at times; I'd say it's the heaviest volume in DD thus far. As always, though, all the comedic moments never failed to make me giggle--the mangaka has a great sense of humor!

  • Jessica-Robyn
    2019-05-15 22:40

    It starts off slow, and then it just builds and builds until everything is revealed and everything hurts. I just, wow! This is just great writing! I'll probably end up re-reading this volume just to make sure I got everything. The amount of heart, humour, and political dealings is intense! This is not what I thought I was signing up for when I first started Dengeki Daisy, but this is turning out to be one of the most interesting stories I've read in a while. I must know what happens next!

  • Salymar
    2019-04-29 21:46

    This book belonged to the best shoujo manga ever! Actually, there are lots of factors that bring out it's awesome-ness, (1)With its strong heroine, (2)conflicted hero, and (3)story -- OF COURSE that does both humor and emotion well, it is still most definitely a series worth reading.

  • Natsu Dragneel
    2019-05-05 04:50

    Soichiro wants Kurosaki and Teru together from above I just know it! \(*^*\) Why can't they see that?! Teru trying her best to make the handsome (go bald) Kurosaki come back to her (Teru) and her friends... It just makes me wanna cry! She likes... NO! Loves! Kurosaki A TON~ Kurosaki loves Teru A LOT~! They should totally hook up~~~! \(> W <)/ Who's with me?!

  • Morgane
    2019-05-20 03:34

    I think it's my favorite volume... Ok, no romance between Teru and Tasuku (and I missed it) but.....C'mon, we finally learned about Tasuku's past. And this was such an emotional volume [still crying over it]. I loved the moments with Shoichiro (why are you goooooone i would have loved u so much it hurts) and yeah. I just loved this volume even without the romance.

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    2019-05-20 01:40

    A manga series that gets more and more good with each volume. In the eighth volume, has Kurosaki dealing with guilt in the past, and of what happened to Teru's brother. And we learn where he got the name Daisy and what had happened to Teru's brother. This was a sad volume but also good too. Looking forward to the next one.

  • Sinta Nisfuanna
    2019-05-02 00:27

    Bisa dibilang ini volume yang paling menarik dan membuat penasaran untuk membaca kelanjutannya. Cerita tentang masa lalu Kurosaki dan Souichirou, kakak Teru, ternyata menunjukkan banyaknya intrik dan pengkhianatan yang dilakukan kawan sendiri.Yah, kali ini hampir tidak ada kelucuan yang nongol, tapi cerita memang lebih seru dibandingkan sebelum2nya