Yoshiki Tonogai‘s Doubt is the second book in my quest into anime/manga nerdom. It appears that my coworker has placed some sort of mind control device that has me hungry for more. Unlike Utsubora, Doubt spans across four volumes (I’ve only just finished the first, and have to wait until next paycheck to buy the second), and has a sequel. The cell phone game, Rabbit Doubt, has several citizens of Japan playing. The premise is simple. There’s a wolf in the pack of rabbits devouring a rabbit a day. The rabbits most seek out the wolf by executing the rabbit(s) they suspect of being the wolf. The player who finds himself playing the wolf is given the rules on how to play the game…