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Through Naruto's pluck and a healthy dose of luck, Naruto, Sasuke and Sakura passed the written portion of their Chūnin Exam—but that was only the beginning. They're now in the thick of the exam's second portion, held in the aptly named Forest of Death, and instructor Mitarashi Anko has promised to cut the number of advancing teams by half!Each team is turned against the oThrough Naruto's pluck and a healthy dose of luck, Naruto, Sasuke and Sakura passed the written portion of their Chūnin Exam—but that was only the beginning. They're now in the thick of the exam's second portion, held in the aptly named Forest of Death, and instructor Mitarashi Anko has promised to cut the number of advancing teams by half!Each team is turned against the others, using stealth and cunning to purloin the scrolls that they need to pass the test, while trying to survive the many perils that lurk in the forest. And if that's not enough, there's a mysterious imposter among the students who has it in for Sasuke!...

Title : Naruto, Vol. 06: The Forest of Death
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ISBN : 9781591167396
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Number of Pages : 192 Pages
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Naruto, Vol. 06: The Forest of Death Reviews

  • Bradley
    2019-01-23 12:44

    Orochimaru's entrance. What a fantastically creepy villain, and what an awesome nostalgia moment for me.We also get to see team 7's genin fail, stand back up, shine, and eventually fall again. I love these rough patches. When these guys shine, they really shine hard. Sasuke was good, Naruto was better, but when Sakura decides that she's had enough, my heart really soars. Sakura is kinda weak and only a little funny in all the manga that came before, being technically good but low in spirit.That changes here, and how beautiful it is. :)

  • Radwa
    2019-01-18 10:16

    The transformation of Sakura!On a side note, I hate the whole basis or the rivalry between Ino and Sakura. I hate that Sakura is merely identified throught the first volumes by her crush on Sasuke, but I guess this is supposed to be a phase she matures out from, right?

  • Mit
    2019-01-28 09:33

    This one was a bit disappointing though. It was good but not better when compared to the last volumes. The second stage of chunin exam has started and the remaining teams are given a scroll to defend against enemies. They must work in team to defend their scroll and get the enemy scroll to pass. As the exam progresses, we see Team 7 members against a dangerous nemesis. We see the entrance of one of the most dangerous villain in the series, Orochimaru. We also see completely opposite character of Sasuke and same can be said about Sakura as the later part of the volume was all about Sakura. The ending was a sort of cliffhanger. It makes me eager to read the next volume. Even though i know what is coming, i am excited for the next part.

  • Megan M
    2019-01-31 10:37

    Epic battles and Sakura's finest moment... possibly ever. The second part of the chunin exam will take place in a training ground known as the "Forest of Death" and it's pretty creepy. Not only do we get to see the skills of many new ninja, but we're introduced to the big bad of the original series in all his creepy tongued, pedophilic glory. Also, Sakura stops crying and acts like a NINJA. We also learn that Ino and Sakura aren't friends anymore because they both have crushes on the same guy, who doesn't actually give a shit.

  • Mal
    2019-02-13 13:19

    1. Bless Kishimoto for Sakura character development 2. Also bless him for immediately making you like Ino better anyway xD

  • Natalie
    2019-02-14 10:33

    12 year old Naruto Uzumaki is an orphan with a nine-tailed demon fox sealed inside of him. Despite this, he's determined to become the strongest ninja in his village and earn the title of Hokage. Action scenes are good and interspersed with enough dialogue as to not get repetitive or boring in the Hunger Games (a.k.a. the second part of the chunin exams). Orochimaru is fantastically creepy, maybe more so in the manga than in the anime, where the art is less detailed.AND FINALLY, Sakura gets the screen time she needs. Not only does the story acknowledge her lackluster performance so far, but this scene is touching in a number of ways and it really gives the story new life. This volume destroys its predecessors in terms of realistic and interesting character development. Woohoo!Worth noting are the love triangles mixed into all of this -- there are almost too many to be believable. I'm curious to see how these change and expand over time.

  • Frank Angulo
    2019-02-13 13:38

    This book was awesome! I liked how there was a lot of action and it has a good setting for the story. I also think that there should be color in the book because I can't tell what is what because it's all black and white. Either way, this book was cool, I want to read more of these later!

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    2019-01-19 13:30

    Well, this was a tense volume. And looks like another arc has begun. About time the series gets an interesting arc. Good volume.

  • Johanna
    2019-01-19 08:30

    Sakura power!! :D

  • Lauren Jones
    2019-02-12 07:17

    Orochimaru is one creepy bastard & Sakura FTW!

  • Nonah
    2019-02-17 08:22

    I love it as the rest of the books and I love Sakura! She is brave and caring!! But still my favorites are Naruto, Kakashi, Iruka and Hinata <3

  • Jairo Lopez
    2019-02-10 10:32

    This book was about , that Naruto,Sasuke, and Sakura passed the first chuning exam and they went on two the second exam. so the point of the test was to get an earth scroll and a heaven scroll and then go to a tower in the middle of the forest of death. So there was this guy called Orochimaru he wasn´t even supposed to be in the exams but he just did go so he and his crew went after naruto, Sasuke, And Sakura . So he followed them but then They saw here in transformation Jutsu and they attacked him. then he bit Sasuke's neck and he left a symbol in his neck. And Naruto was hurt too so it was up to sakura to save them but she couldn't so Rock lee helped her fight the other students. I recommend this book to Kenneth because he likes Naruto. What I like about it was that it was funny and cool

  • Chelsea
    2019-02-05 10:37

    Volume 6 in the Naruto series takes place during the second test for the Chunin Exam Arc. This volume also introduces a villain named Orochimaru. This volume is full of action as well as a lot of character growth for Sakura's character. I look forward to reading volume 7 in the series. Volume 06 Contains Chapters 46 - 54Chapter 46: The Password Is...Chapter 47: Predator!!Chapter 48: The Target Is...!!Chapter 49: Coward...!! Chapter 50: I've Got To...!!Chapter 51: Beauty is the Beast...!! Chapter 52: The Principles of Use!! Chapter 53: Sakura's Decision!! Chapter 54: Sakura and Ino

  • Ercsi91
    2019-01-19 08:43

    I remember clearly that one of my friends (Big Sakura fan by the way) bought this volume so I got it from her. This volume is very important from the view of Sakura fans, cause the main heroin changes a lot in this book.For me, who is a bigger Lee fan:D I really enjoyed it:D He didn't give until his last breath:D yESS! The power of Youth guys:D !Ohh, and Sasuke gets the curse mark in this? I don't remember...XDD

  • Laura Hernandez
    2019-01-22 09:38

    It left me on a cliffhanger. At least I am on the next book :D. Anyways I just started reading Naruto. So far it pretty good. Anyways I am going to stop talking about me and more about the book. So, for my understanding Naruto and he's friends where in a cave then a huge snake attack them. I recommend this book to people that like Naruto.

  • Bryce Williams-Hamilton
    2019-01-24 13:26

    This book is about Naruto being a ninja in training with a need for attention, a knack for mischief and, sealed within him, a strange, formidable power. His antics amuse his instructor Kakashi and irritate his teammates, intense Sasuke, and witty Sakura, but Naruto is serious about becoming the greatest ninja in the village of Konohagakure! Believe it!

  • Kenneth Marquez
    2019-01-28 09:35

    I liked this book because after Naruto,Sauske, and Sakura almost defeated Oruchimaru they had to fight other people from the sound village and Naruto and Sauske were in bad condition. I recommend this book to people that like any type of anime.

  • Liisa
    2019-01-21 11:23

    I love to read manga, but before I haven´t added them to my Goodreads. I don´t really know why, maybe because they are such quick reads. But that doesn´t make them any less like books. I´m currently rereading Naruto and it´s wonderful as to be expected.

  • letmereadu
    2019-01-30 08:35

    Diğerlerinden daha mı iyiydi?

  • Faisal Habib
    2019-01-28 09:28

    90% of season 2 of the anime

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    2019-01-29 08:28

    Naruto, Vol. 06: The Forest of Death (Naruto, #6), Masashi Kishimoto

  • William
    2019-01-19 13:41

    Finally Sakura develops!

  • Cyril Anderson
    2019-02-14 10:45

    ~FULL REVIEW COMING SOON, this sentence will be removed once the review is fully complete~Aw man, I really was done with manga after completing a huge manga reading challenge on Goodreads. Seriously. But hey! I was proved wrong again, as usual!Turns out my local library had just got a whole bunch of new Naruto books, about 30 or more, I couldn't tell. I had given up on Naruto for I was too busy with other books at that period. But I looked at Volume 6, remembering the last time I read Naruto was concluding Volume 5, and decided that I would give the blond loud protagonist another go.And I didn't regret it.I must say I admire the series for becoming so popular in manga/anime culture with it's iconic protagonists. But when you read the books, there's more. The art is amazing and expressive, as most manga has it, action is always at the highest point in the battles that occur in these stories.Orochimaru creeped me out completely, for I am rather easily freaked out by...creepy things? Don't get me started on my fear of snakes! As a villain though, he is quite something fearsome so far, probably going to be rather important later on. *puts him on list of 'keep an eye on this fictional dude'*Still though. He's freaky. *shudders*The one character we got the most of from the main three is Sakura, for near the end we get more detail on her connection to Ino. The last few pages are really well done, in terms of emotional drama and character. The pacing is splendid, it keeps you on your toes for the most part, like at the end, and the action scenes. I must say, Naruto, you are back on my reading list of this year! You really did a smashing job at grabbing my attention again!

  • Alan
    2019-01-18 15:26

    I probably would have loved this as a teenager. Unfortunately, however, I stopped reading ‘Naruto’ four or five volumes in out of stubborn pride, refusing to jump on the bandwagon and get caught up in the hype. As such, I’ve probably missed out on a great cultural phenomenon, and lost the opportunity to grow up with the characters and watch the series evolve and mature along the way, much like a child following the exploits of Harry Potter into adulthood. As it stands, and purely from the perspective of a 27 year old man attempting to get back into ‘Naruto’ after over 10 years of avoiding it, this particular volume is extremely bland and pathetically shallow. As a teenager, I would have probably loved the action (which doesn’t go anywhere, or pause for even a second, in this book), and I’d have no doubt found the “mysterious” characters compelling and exciting. But, as things stand, and much to my own shame I’m sure, I just can’t get interested. I actually quite liked one or two of the previous volumes, but it’s clear to me now that I can only enjoy this series when it’s focusing on characterisation and comedy and not the action, which is both difficult to follow and padded out like a fight scene from ‘Dragonball Z’. But, despite enjoying those particular stories, six volumes in and I still don’t care about the characters, all of whom are manga clichés. You have Naruto, the annoying brat who’s obsessed with “becoming powerful”, Sasuke the “mysterious” pretty boy and Sakura, an annoying teenage girl who literally doesn’t do anything except for moan and crush on the pretty boy. Well, I’ve given ‘Naruto’ a long overdue chance, I regret not getting into it when I was still a teenager (and I can really see why this kind of thing might appeal to that demographic), but this is absolutely not for me.

  • MissAnnThrope
    2019-02-02 12:44

    11 April 2013Sakura finally grows a pair! About damn time.Naruto, Vol. 6: The Forest of Death ramps up the action with intense battles as the Chûnin examinees fight their way through the second part of the exam in the Forest of Death. The Genins exhibit really impressive skills and teamwork as they encounter the forest's hidden dangers. Unfortunately for our favorite trio, the most dangerous evil is lurking nearby and has already set its sight on them.(view spoiler)[This volume introduces one of the most twisted baddies: Orochimaru. This serpent-tongued weirdo is one of the most powerful villains and, oh so, wonderfully terrifying. In his battle with Sasuke, he hints that he knows Sasuke's brother. I can't wait for big brother to make an appearance. (hide spoiler)]I love how sinister the bad guys are getting. Between Ochimaru and the eerie Sound shinobis, I keep shuddering from all of their awesome creepiness. I'm so eager for the story to focus on my favorite creepster, Gaara. *shudders*Can I just say how much I love Rock Lee?! (view spoiler)[ (hide spoiler)]["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Melissa Cossalter
    2019-01-31 11:24

    Allora, era da un po' che non continuavo Naruto, e devo dire che mi era mancato.Partiamo sempre dal primo punto a suo favore: i disegni.Li amo follemente, sono realizzati davvero molto bene. Come seconda cosa, in questo sesto volume si vede una 'crescita' di alcuni personaggi, e viene anche presentato il loro passato.In particolare si parla si Sakura e Ino.Ino non è mai stata al centro del manga, era sempre stato un personaggio parecchio marginale, ma in questo sesto volume si vede una parte della sua infanzia e interviene verso le ultime pagine.Sakura non è mai stata il mio personaggio preferito, anzi, forse è quello che mi piace di meno.L'ho trovata un po' ipocrita, spesso e volentieri prendeva in giro Naruto, dandogli dell'incapace, oppure preferiva prendersi cura di Sasuke piuttosto che di Naruto, evitando il lavoro di squadra. Qui finalmente reagisce, oltre al fatto che qui era davvero alle strette, ma ora ha la il modo di poter mostrare a tutti quello che ha appreso.Nonostante non sia ancora il mio personaggio preferito, apprezzo il fatto che finalmente si sia fatta avanti, e che abbia cercato di combattere, anche se gli altri erano numericamente in vantaggio.Non vedo l'ora di leggere il settimo volume!

  • Laura
    2019-01-27 13:37

    This review contains light spoilers.I keep trying to figure out why everyone loves this so much. A few were really good. The art was clear and the storyline was interesting. But I've only read six, and of those there was three that didn't impress me. That's not really good to have half of your books uninteresting. Maybe the show is better.After this volume, I officially hate Sakura. I've always found her an annoying character. She never does much except pant after Sasuke, which is really annoying because he treats her like crap so the only reason she wants him is because he's "hot." Not only that, but she literally told her best friend that they're enemies because she found out her friend liked him, too. Sounds like a character to love, doesn't it? Oh wait. -_-And Naruto is just an annoying brat. He disrespects everything he can and says stupid things that are eyerollers, usually not the least bit funny.

  • Waldmar1000
    2019-02-08 11:25

    Somehow, just somehow, Team Kakashi manages to pass the 1st part of the exam. Now they must get past their ultimate obstacle yet: The forest of Death. Worse, the leader of the 2nd part says she vows to cut the number of ninjas proceeding in half! Worse, there seems to be someone after Sasuke........Iknow I already said this before but........IT'S MASTERFUL! THE DRAWINGS ARE AS AMAZING AS MAGNA CAN BE! THE STORY IS GREAT, AND IT EVERYTHING. IT HAS COMEDY, ROMANCE, ACTION, SADNESS, EPICNESS, AND EVEN A LITTLE BIT OF DRAMA. THIS BOOK SERIES IS INCREDIBLE, AND I WOULD RECOMDMEND IT TO ANYBODY AT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!THANK YOU SO MUCH MASAHI KISHIMOTO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Nick Fagerlund
    2019-01-26 08:22

    So finally I got to read the volume where the plot actually starts. Honestly, I think it works _better_ to just puzzle it out from context -- I think Kishimoto may have choked a bit under the pressure, and Orochimaru's first appearances are actually pretty lame. Basically all you need to remember from this episode is that Sasuke and Naruto both get cursed, and Sakura nuts up impressively but still gets her ass kicked. --Oh, and the fact that Naruto escaped from the belly of a giant snake by _spamming its guts with doppelgangers and making it explode._ Of all the boss shit, that is some of the bossest.

  • Carmine
    2019-02-07 08:43

    Tafferugli nella Foresta della Morte Il taglio corale del volume permette una soddisfacente panoramica sui microgruppi costretti a sopravvivere in un ambiente ostile e irto di pericoli.Rubano la scena il mefistofelico Orochimaru - estetica davvero terrificante - ed il trio del Suono al suo soldo; pregevole anche il focus su Sakura, la più debole del gruppo, ora costretta a gettare il cuore oltre l'ostacolo per integrare quel lavoro di squadra fin lì quasi assente.P.S: il trashume del team 10 è da applausi.