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ウェブ上で最も支持を得た超人気エピソード! 『SAO』 の集大成 『アリシゼーション』 編、第三幕!  キリトが謎のファンタジー世界に入り込み、ユージオと出会って二年が過ぎた。≪北セントリア帝立修剣学院≫の≪上級修剣士≫となった二人は、人界最強の秩序執行者≪整合騎士≫目指し、修行の日々を過ごしていた。  ≪上級修剣士≫のキリトとユージオには、身の回りの世話役があてがわれる。キリトにはロニエ、ユージオにはティーゼ。四人は互いに絆を結び、充実した修士生活を過ごしていた── その時。  突然、≪悪意≫はやってきた。  ロニエとティーゼが、≪上級修剣士≫の下劣な貴族達の罠に嵌められる。それを知ったユージオは彼らに対して剣を抜こうとするも、教会への信仰心で身体が動かない。その時、ユージオの右目に凄まじい激痛が貫き、奇妙なしるしが浮かび上がる。  それは、ユージオ ウェブ上で最も支持を得た超人気エピソード! 『SAO』 の集大成 『アリシゼーション』 編、第三幕!  キリトが謎のファンタジー世界に入り込み、ユージオと出会って二年が過ぎた。≪北セントリア帝立修剣学院≫の≪上級修剣士≫となった二人は、人界最強の秩序執行者≪整合騎士≫目指し、修行の日々を過ごしていた。  ≪上級修剣士≫のキリトとユージオには、身の回りの世話役があてがわれる。キリトにはロニエ、ユージオにはティーゼ。四人は互いに絆を結び、充実した修士生活を過ごしていた── その時。  突然、≪悪意≫はやってきた。  ロニエとティーゼが、≪上級修剣士≫の下劣な貴族達の罠に嵌められる。それを知ったユージオは彼らに対して剣を抜こうとするも、教会への信仰心で身体が動かない。その時、ユージオの右目に凄まじい激痛が貫き、奇妙なしるしが浮かび上がる。  それは、ユージオには読めない神聖文字の羅列だった。  ── 【SYSTEM ALERT】。


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ウェブ上で最も支持を得た超人気エピソード! 『SAO』 の集大成 『アリシゼーション』 編、第三幕!  キリトが謎のファンタジー世界に入り込み、ユージオと出会って二年が過ぎた。≪北セントリア帝立修剣学院≫の≪上級修剣士≫となった二人は、人界最強の秩序執行者≪整合騎士≫目指し、修行の日々を過ごしていた。  ≪上級修剣士≫のキリトとユージオには、身の回りの世話役があてがわれる。キリトにはロニエ、ユージオにはティーゼ。四人は互いに絆を結び、充実した修士生活を過ごしていた── その時。  突然、≪悪意≫はやってきた。  ロニエとティーゼが、≪上級修剣士≫の下劣な貴族達の罠に嵌められる。それを知ったユージオは彼らに対して剣を抜こうとするも、教会への信仰心で身体が動かない。その時、ユージオの右目に凄まじい激痛が貫き、奇妙なしるしが浮かび上がる。  それは、ユージオ ウェブ上で最も支持を得た超人気エピソード! 『SAO』 の集大成 『アリシゼーション』 編、第三幕!  キリトが謎のファンタジー世界に入り込み、ユージオと出会って二年が過ぎた。≪北セントリア帝立修剣学院≫の≪上級修剣士≫となった二人は、人界最強の秩序執行者≪整合騎士≫目指し、修行の日々を過ごしていた。  ≪上級修剣士≫のキリトとユージオには、身の回りの世話役があてがわれる。キリトにはロニエ、ユージオにはティーゼ。四人は互いに絆を結び、充実した修士生活を過ごしていた── その時。  突然、≪悪意≫はやってきた。  ロニエとティーゼが、≪上級修剣士≫の下劣な貴族達の罠に嵌められる。それを知ったユージオは彼らに対して剣を抜こうとするも、教会への信仰心で身体が動かない。その時、ユージオの右目に凄まじい激痛が貫き、奇妙なしるしが浮かび上がる。  それは、ユージオには読めない神聖文字の羅列だった。  ── 【SYSTEM ALERT】。

30 review for ソードアート・オンライン11: アリシゼーション・ターニング

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ricardo Matos

    This is a poor book and it only gets 2 stars because of the last chapter. First of all, Kawahara is back to rape scenes. He uses some bs about the world system and how nobles can get away with it... predictable, sucked and felt like lazy writing. Second, what made the 2nd book really great was a good balance between outside and inside the VR. The outside (Asuna's point of view) is almost non-existent in this book. Third, even now that Kirito is not OP, he still behaves like he is. You just know he' This is a poor book and it only gets 2 stars because of the last chapter. First of all, Kawahara is back to rape scenes. He uses some bs about the world system and how nobles can get away with it... predictable, sucked and felt like lazy writing. Second, what made the 2nd book really great was a good balance between outside and inside the VR. The outside (Asuna's point of view) is almost non-existent in this book. Third, even now that Kirito is not OP, he still behaves like he is. You just know he'll accomplish whatever he wants. The only positive points are (1) the last chapter which I won't spoil and (2) some hints to Weapon Memory, an idea stolen from Bleach where weapons take a second shape... not original but cool and fits the SAO world.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    Holly molly... I think this ending just fried my brain. What an amazing story, now it's finally getting exciting. This is what I was expecting from Aincrad to be honest. Something about virtual reality that would be so bad that a distinction between both would start to become impossible, and I'm glad we finally have a story of this magnitude. We've been following Kirito in his quest to find an administrator to log out of this virtual world, and I've got to say this book really delivered, because Holly molly... I think this ending just fried my brain. What an amazing story, now it's finally getting exciting. This is what I was expecting from Aincrad to be honest. Something about virtual reality that would be so bad that a distinction between both would start to become impossible, and I'm glad we finally have a story of this magnitude. We've been following Kirito in his quest to find an administrator to log out of this virtual world, and I've got to say this book really delivered, because we found much more than that. There's also stuff that annoyed me. There's a lot of disturbing scenes that I thought were unnecessary, and some logic that I keep saying shouldn't even make sense the way all is built. Reki does offer an explanation in the last chapter, but even so, a few things don't quite match I think. We learn why nobles are like that, and while I thought was quite an stretch on the narrative, I'm letting it go because we need conflict. But all in all, I love how she is constructing the whole Artificial Intelligence background, and all the built up of her virtual world. There's been lots of revelations in this book, from around halfway through. I've already had a bad feeling about the Integrity Knights and all, but this last chapter far exceeded my expectations. I knew things were bad, or at least I had a feeling there was somethig odd in this world. But I was not expecting any of this. And I really don't want to say much because... they're all spoilers. And now I need to keep reading. I need to know! I never thought SAO could become this... dark. I love it. If you thought Aincrad was bad you're in for a ride, the Underworld is way worse. And much more scarier.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Hud-c

    Yey, novel illustrations are out! (well, saw some.) Alice is stunning - she looks like Saber from Fate/Stay night. (Watch out Asuna fans - am I shifting my affections now?) :D

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jacob

    I'm really annoyed. I've read through 11 volumes of this, the whole time believing that author Reki Kawahara is a woman. Don't ask me where this misconception came from—let's be kind and assume it was something silly, like a similarly named anime character or something—but a misconception brutally dispelled in v.11's afterward. There are definitely things about Kawahara's writing that make a whole heckuva lot more sense coming from a man, particularly some of the gender role issues which seemed I'm really annoyed. I've read through 11 volumes of this, the whole time believing that author Reki Kawahara is a woman. Don't ask me where this misconception came from—let's be kind and assume it was something silly, like a similarly named anime character or something—but a misconception brutally dispelled in v.11's afterward. There are definitely things about Kawahara's writing that make a whole heckuva lot more sense coming from a man, particularly some of the gender role issues which seemed a bit off from a woman's perspective (although I'm pretty used to a pretty socially conservative approach taken by most media I've seen from Japan, so it's not unheard of for female creators to create stories entrenched in a very patriarchal mindset; see Fullmetal Alchemist for an example of a female manga author whose story has patriarchal overtones presumed as normal with male main characters). Anyway, back to v.11. Unlike the prior Alicization volumes (I think this is the third, right?), aside from a brief chapter in the middle featuring Asuna, this is 100% following the Kirito part of the arc. The first half is seen from the perspective of his friend, Eugeo, the second from Kirito. I'm pretty sure I give Eugeo less credit than he deserves. But I've always just kind of lumped him into the Ron Weasley-lite category (fuck J.K. Rowling): The bumbling friend who leans heavily on the stronger people around him. Frustratingly earnest and idealistic despite gaining his entire worldview from his friends. I don't think you can deny there are elements of that within Eugeo: His personality is wafer thin. All the good things that have happened to him are because of Kirito's intervention. Well, for that matter, so are the bad things, but at least Eugeo isn't trapped in that personality-devoid life of servitude anymore. Besides, he's a character exclusive to this arc; I just don't give two whits about his perspective. But despite that, I didn't hate his half. Once I got used to the narrative focusing on him rather than Kirito I saw the rationale for communicating through him. Still, the second half is better. It's still disappointing that we don't get more time with Asuna in this volume. I was more looking forward to advancing her half of the story than Kirito's. But the Kirito side is going some very interesting places, so can't complain too much. Also: While we don't get the intense technical overview of the technological conceptions that Kawahara explained in the last volume, we do get some fascinating backstory on how this digital world evolved, particularly re: the unbreakable laws and the Axiom church. Really strong stuff. I feel like he has a strong grasp on the complexities of this arc, which is really impressive considering how many moving pieces there are here.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Callum Forsyth

    After some convincing steps in the right direction, Sword Art Online falls back on its 'old reliable' - Kawahara's obsession with utilising female characters and the mistreatment of them as catalysts to further the plot is as discomforting as it is insulting. This is where I bring my foray into the Sword Art Online universe to an end. I have desperately tried to make my way through this series and I was genuinely beginning to see what I thought could be the light at the end of the tunnel when I b After some convincing steps in the right direction, Sword Art Online falls back on its 'old reliable' - Kawahara's obsession with utilising female characters and the mistreatment of them as catalysts to further the plot is as discomforting as it is insulting. This is where I bring my foray into the Sword Art Online universe to an end. I have desperately tried to make my way through this series and I was genuinely beginning to see what I thought could be the light at the end of the tunnel when I began reading the Alicization arc. I was told over and over that this was where the story got better, that the earlier material was the weak point and that it moves on to better storytelling. Suffice to say that belief has come to its disgusting, inevitable end. It is not my place nor my intent to call an individual disgusting or a 'bad' person, and I am not passing that judgement here on Reki Kawahara. With that said, I do believe that his work in Sword Art Online is disgusting. Whether it's a character taking someone's misunderstandings and manipulating them into aiding them or the frequent rape-coded scenes, Kawahara acts as if these events are acceptable methods of advancing the plot. They are not. Rape is not just a catalyst to be used for the sake of advancing the plot and that's precisely what he has done in this book. Characters are subjected to this all for the sake of another character's development with no apparent intention of giving those characters or the audience any closure on the sensitive subject. It is horrifying and, in my opinion, an insult to storytelling. I draw the line here. I am done with Sword Art Online. Utilising traumatic experiences as a method to purely accelerate your plot is an ideology that I will never agree with. You might think or be told that the only way is up, but in this universe that Kawahara has crafted the only way is further down.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Alisha

    Buckle in kiddies, you're in for a bumpy ride in this volume of Sword Art Online! Things happen, some realisations are made and then boom...end of the volume. See you next time! It's pretty brutal. Because I'm making all kinds of assumptions and theories and it's going to be a while until next volume, I guess! Sword Art Online, as a whole, was pretty disturbing. Let's be real. The whole concept behind it was disturbing. Reading it was disturbing. Watching it was disturbing. But this arc is takin Buckle in kiddies, you're in for a bumpy ride in this volume of Sword Art Online! Things happen, some realisations are made and then boom...end of the volume. See you next time! It's pretty brutal. Because I'm making all kinds of assumptions and theories and it's going to be a while until next volume, I guess! Sword Art Online, as a whole, was pretty disturbing. Let's be real. The whole concept behind it was disturbing. Reading it was disturbing. Watching it was disturbing. But this arc is taking all of that to a new level. Sure there's no 'you die in the game you die in real life' but that doesn't make this arc any less...well...disturbing. In this volume we learn a whole tonne more about the world that's been created, how it changed and grew and became what it is when Kirito found himself in it, and we get some more information on Rath. Then there's the disturbing scene with Raios and Humbert. My hatred for them knows no bounds. But this volume is pretty pacey. We have Eugeo's POV for most of the volume, and we shift from the school after said disturbing scene and meet up with Alice a lot sooner than I was expecting! I was here ready to be in it for the long haul and do the tournament etc but nope. This arc is moving forward pretty speedily. Thanks to Asuna we have some seeds of intrigue scattered throughout her POV and we even get some Kirito POV time. Things have changed with Alice, and Kirito finds himself participating in a prison break but that's not the most shocking development of the whole volume. We meet Cardinal. Yep...let that sink in. Where've you heard it before? Sounds super familiar right? It should *wink*. It took a moment when I was reading, for me to answer all of those questions and then it hit me like a brick. That's pretty much all I'm going to say about that...but yes. We have a pretty major development right before the end of the book! I'm mildly worried we're going to lose out on Tiese and Ronie, I feel like there's lots of potential with them and we're possibly not going to get to see them again. Which will be a liiiittlleee bit disappointing. While I found the beginning of this volume a little bit slow as we built up towards a certain dark event, the majority of this volume has a great pace and provides us with lots of intrigue and information as well as a shock twist at the end of the book. Yep. Right at the end! We finish up with the school and head in to new settings and territory just before the book ends, and I'm very intrigued to see how this is all going to play out. We have a rough deadline thanks to Asuna's POV for when this is all going to be resolved, but I since we've got a long way to go still! I feel like this arc is like every horror movie ever with the AI taking over control basically. But it's a bit more disturbing.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Casey

    I really wish goodreads would allow ½ stars. Volume 11 is 4.5 stars but I had to round it down. I very much enjoyed it. We get to see Kirito and Eugeo doing a fair bit trying to reach their goals. In the process they do something I enjoyed -- putting some ... shall we say, not very nice people, in their place. Which of course creates all sorts of problems for them which leads to the second part of the book where we learn a lot more about Underworld and how things work. So why the half star -- bec I really wish goodreads would allow ½ stars. Volume 11 is 4.5 stars but I had to round it down. I very much enjoyed it. We get to see Kirito and Eugeo doing a fair bit trying to reach their goals. In the process they do something I enjoyed -- putting some ... shall we say, not very nice people, in their place. Which of course creates all sorts of problems for them which leads to the second part of the book where we learn a lot more about Underworld and how things work. So why the half star -- because I really missed Asuna and Rinko. Their paltry entry was something of a letdown. Maybe it is harsh since SAO has always been Kirito's story... but his story is so tightly tied to Asuna that leaving her out or unable to do anything is a bit of a disappointment. That being said -- well worth the read. If you've been waffling on the Alicization story arc of SAO, pick this one up and see if it isn't a fulcrum, or at least as the title suggests, a turning point. Verdict: SAO fans should definitely keep reading. If you're interested in SAO, start at the beginning, there is too much history you should want to know going into this. Not been interested in SAO -- well, GET INTERESTED!

  8. 4 out of 5

    kerrycat

    This arc is so upsetting and stressful - and volume 11 reveals so many disturbing difficulties. WHY Kawahara-sama WHY and then at the very end the personification of something so integral to SAO since November 6, 2022 that I had to literally slap myself with the realization of what was happening then, as Kawahara-sama puts it in the afterward: "splat - (you) run headlong into the end of the book." more beautiful translation work from the great Stephen Paul makes this as utterly compelling as every ot This arc is so upsetting and stressful - and volume 11 reveals so many disturbing difficulties. WHY Kawahara-sama WHY and then at the very end the personification of something so integral to SAO since November 6, 2022 that I had to literally slap myself with the realization of what was happening then, as Kawahara-sama puts it in the afterward: "splat - (you) run headlong into the end of the book." more beautiful translation work from the great Stephen Paul makes this as utterly compelling as every other novel in this series - and while I would have loved to see more Asuna, it is absolutely correct to have just a glimpse, as she waits with careful consideration of those who have constructed this 'experiment,' for Kirito's return or - as the case most likely will be - her opportunity to facilitate his awakening. We're with you, girl.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    Well, Kirito. Here we go again. You’re still written as an all powerful, all knowing character. Yet, even when you’re powered down from your previous iterations in sao, alo and ggo, you’re still an annoying character. Writing wise, Kawahara has gone back to his rape fantasies with even more ridiculous circumstances. It’s old and offensive, a poor reflection of Japanese culture and isn’t necessary. I would have rated this book higher if half the book wasn’t dedicated to Kirito’s pov, the rape scen Well, Kirito. Here we go again. You’re still written as an all powerful, all knowing character. Yet, even when you’re powered down from your previous iterations in sao, alo and ggo, you’re still an annoying character. Writing wise, Kawahara has gone back to his rape fantasies with even more ridiculous circumstances. It’s old and offensive, a poor reflection of Japanese culture and isn’t necessary. I would have rated this book higher if half the book wasn’t dedicated to Kirito’s pov, the rape scene wasn’t there and Asuna was reverted back to her original characterization than the mary sue version we’ve been blessed with. Eugeo’s pov is infinitely superior and shows that Kawahara writes better in third person and not first. I like the world building but it looks that isn’t going to continue as we start heading up the tower. Eugeo and the last chapter are the saving graces of this book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Daulat Rachmanto

    Let me clear it. This volume is the best Sword Art Online Novel i've ever read. not just more characters show up, but Reki Kawahara also developing the character so so good. Not just that, the stressful and frustation in the middle of story is really make me want to read more and more. Every characters has their own story and problem. And.... guess what, there is one plot twist that i really amaze in this volume, (well, some of you maybe can tell the twist in the early story). But, after read thi Let me clear it. This volume is the best Sword Art Online Novel i've ever read. not just more characters show up, but Reki Kawahara also developing the character so so good. Not just that, the stressful and frustation in the middle of story is really make me want to read more and more. Every characters has their own story and problem. And.... guess what, there is one plot twist that i really amaze in this volume, (well, some of you maybe can tell the twist in the early story). But, after read this volume i really can't wait to buy volume #12 to know more about the problem in the ending. Oh got this volume really 5/5 or 10/10 for me.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    I enjoy the SAO franchise but itnis problematic. The books can be a little repetitive at times - characters echoing the same thoughts several times in a chapter, etc. And this book brings in the old "rape as drama" trope so that the protagonists get into a fight that moves the plot forward. It isn't the most egregious use of the trope but SAO is already known for having some problematic treatments of women - this doesn't help its case. The story remains interesting, however. Fpr me, it wasn't eno I enjoy the SAO franchise but itnis problematic. The books can be a little repetitive at times - characters echoing the same thoughts several times in a chapter, etc. And this book brings in the old "rape as drama" trope so that the protagonists get into a fight that moves the plot forward. It isn't the most egregious use of the trope but SAO is already known for having some problematic treatments of women - this doesn't help its case. The story remains interesting, however. Fpr me, it wasn't enough to stop the book. But I can see how others might.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alec Rebert

    I really like this arc! Kawahara is one of the best World Builders in light novels, the first chapter seemed to be a bit rushed and I'm sad that Tiese and Ronnie didn't get a bigger spotlight, but the second chapter was amazing and I absolutely loved the conversation between Kirito and Cardinal. cannot wait til volume 12 gets released I really like this arc! Kawahara is one of the best World Builders in light novels, the first chapter seemed to be a bit rushed and I'm sad that Tiese and Ronnie didn't get a bigger spotlight, but the second chapter was amazing and I absolutely loved the conversation between Kirito and Cardinal. cannot wait til volume 12 gets released

  13. 4 out of 5

    Al

    I feel like this story line is really picking up. The story really picked up when Eugeo saved the two girls. Then they had to break out of prison. Oh man it got so good. Getting out of difficult situations and overwhelming opponents is just what I love. The ending was really good too. I can't wait for the next book. I feel like this story line is really picking up. The story really picked up when Eugeo saved the two girls. Then they had to break out of prison. Oh man it got so good. Getting out of difficult situations and overwhelming opponents is just what I love. The ending was really good too. I can't wait for the next book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jorge Rosas

    Wow! We were at school, nothing surprising happening and then it at went bananas the nobles are way more wicked and evil than we first saw. I learnt a lot about this world and I was afraid on how much control RATH has over it, and then we meet a familiar and yet very new face. This was way scarier than I suspected.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Eldon Siemens

    Really good continuation of the story, however I continue to worry some characters with great potential will not be seen again. interesting turn in the plot, as well, looking forward to the next volume!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Yee

    Defintely a turning point. I especially like the ending where it goes into the philosophical, religious sci-fi theme. Great arc so far. Kirito has a lot of depth, this builds on all previous events and the way he affects those around him is clear. Excited to see how things escalate.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Daniel

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 5 minutes later: I actually like the alicization arc so far, at least compared to most of SAO. Mostly because Kirito doesnt have a harem at the moment and the book can deal with stuff like actually telling a story.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Anna Jones

    Wonderful book!I love how it is told by Eugeo point of view instead of Kirito's! And, as always the illustrations in the book are breathtaking.But, I do not recommend for children, so like 14 or up is the best target audience for this book. Wonderful book!I love how it is told by Eugeo point of view instead of Kirito's! And, as always the illustrations in the book are breathtaking.But, I do not recommend for children, so like 14 or up is the best target audience for this book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Teo

    It was actually relatively boring despite being the "turning point" in the series.. But there are some interesting parts. But um.. The rape scene... Yeah no. No thanks. I feel like that wasn't necessary.. It was actually relatively boring despite being the "turning point" in the series.. But there are some interesting parts. But um.. The rape scene... Yeah no. No thanks. I feel like that wasn't necessary..

  20. 4 out of 5

    Heather Wright

    I enjoyed this book as much as all the others in the series. If you like the series, keep reading. If you haven’t read them yet, I recommend starting at the beginning. Kirito and all his companions are amazingly well written and I enjoy following to see where they will go next.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    AMAZING! Can't wait to read what happens next. AMAZING! Can't wait to read what happens next.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Makayla

    I’m still very interested in this arc and the Underworld. The themes are engaging and I’m realizing it’s not really like anything I’ve read before.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Christine Ryan

    Way to much world explanation - exposition dump! Made it very hard to get through, and very little happened. Hoping that the next books pick up some speed and have something happen...

  24. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Triz

    The beginning was great, but the end was just unlikable.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Shayan Kh

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I absolutely love this arc, but I don't know how much longer is it going to be. This book is full of breathtaking action scenes. Kawahara surely has grown as an author. This growth is visible in how he depicts every scene. There are some emotional moments too. And towards the end, we are bombarded by the history of this world and how it came about. I really liked how Eugeo broke the seal to protect his valet and her friend. But I don't like the fact that they were about to rape those girls. The I absolutely love this arc, but I don't know how much longer is it going to be. This book is full of breathtaking action scenes. Kawahara surely has grown as an author. This growth is visible in how he depicts every scene. There are some emotional moments too. And towards the end, we are bombarded by the history of this world and how it came about. I really liked how Eugeo broke the seal to protect his valet and her friend. But I don't like the fact that they were about to rape those girls. The Cardinal system who came at the end of this book was a little bit similar to the Keymaker from The Matrix Reloaded move, the way she had lots of keys and help Kirito evade that Knight by backdoors. It wasn't declared how did the Cardinal System get a personality, though, which was a bit strange. But then again, the book ended on a dramatic moment while Kirito was speaking with Cardinal, so she might say how she got it in the next book. Anyway, I'm gonna start the next book right after I finish this review and hopefully finish it before night.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Darjaille

    These books are too short. I guess some people may not like long explanation passages / discussions. ..But I've always been a fan of those. Or training arcs. The usual "boring!!!!!" things... I hoped for some flashy hero parts... but the bubble was broken and we're out into the real (not real real but you get the idea) tough world. I seem to have an Orihime-esque relationship with Eugeo... he's not bad, but he's so kind it gets annoying at times. But Kirito's parts make me so happy I just love r These books are too short. I guess some people may not like long explanation passages / discussions. ..But I've always been a fan of those. Or training arcs. The usual "boring!!!!!" things... I hoped for some flashy hero parts... but the bubble was broken and we're out into the real (not real real but you get the idea) tough world. I seem to have an Orihime-esque relationship with Eugeo... he's not bad, but he's so kind it gets annoying at times. But Kirito's parts make me so happy I just love reading those books.

  27. 4 out of 5

    jay729

    The revelations about the origin of the Underworld and Axiom Church are finally brought to light! Despite the fact that the plot is very big and deals with a lot of terms and such, everything is just so well written and explained. It will be a long wait again before the 12th volume: Alicization Rising be translated in English.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Daniela

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The story pretty much went in a way I expected. I was really liked by the idea of Kirito always thinking and comparing the world he's currently residing on with all his virtual MMO games and his 'Reality'. Yet I was thrilled by knowing how much Eugeo went through to just find her friend Alice... I really want to know what happens next The story pretty much went in a way I expected. I was really liked by the idea of Kirito always thinking and comparing the world he's currently residing on with all his virtual MMO games and his 'Reality'. Yet I was thrilled by knowing how much Eugeo went through to just find her friend Alice... I really want to know what happens next

  29. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    The story goes on. Kirito is still traped in Underworld and keeps going forward with his plan to get to the cathedral and find a way to log out, although not everything is going according to his plans.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ramses

    A rather bad continuation of the last volume, story is mostly driven by speech and there are no plot twists whatsoever. Might recommend this book to those who are patient but I personally did not enjoy this book.

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