From what I saw, Light was an intelligent yet arrogant teenager, and his over-confidence was his downfall. I never considered L and Light to be intellectual equals. I agree with what L said - Light's goals and views were childish, a black and white concept of right and wrong. Which was due to a lack of life experience. That's how I saw it anyway.
I found the ending heart-wrenching when Coda was playing and we see Light from the start of the show. It reminds us of how young he is and how he set out with (what he thought were) good intentions, it was a curse finding that Death Note.
That's what's so sad about the story of Light Yagami for me.
Light made a life-altering decision at a time when he wasn't mentally ready to make such a decision. If I'd found a Death Note at 17 years of age, I know I would've wrote a lot of names in it.
If I found one today I would lock it in a box and make sure nobody would ever find it.
I wonder how Light's life would've turned out if he hadn't found that Note.
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