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「キリト、教えて……。私は……どうすればいいの?」 最高司祭アドミニストレータを倒した代償、それはユージオの死、そしてキリトの精神喪失だった。 激闘から半年後。アリスは、意志の無い虚ろな表情で車椅子に乗るキリトと≪ルーリッドの村≫に身を寄せていた。 整合騎士としての役目≪人界の守護≫をベルクーリに託したアリスは、心を失ってしまったキリトと静かに暮らすことを選んだのだ。 そして、≪アンダーワールド≫には、賢者カーディナルの預言した≪最終負荷実験≫が刻一刻と近づきつつあった……。 ≪ダークテリトリー≫からの邪悪な息吹が≪人界≫に流れ込み始める。ついに、恐るべき闇の軍勢が動き出そうとしていた。


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「キリト、教えて……。私は……どうすればいいの?」 最高司祭アドミニストレータを倒した代償、それはユージオの死、そしてキリトの精神喪失だった。 激闘から半年後。アリスは、意志の無い虚ろな表情で車椅子に乗るキリトと≪ルーリッドの村≫に身を寄せていた。 整合騎士としての役目≪人界の守護≫をベルクーリに託したアリスは、心を失ってしまったキリトと静かに暮らすことを選んだのだ。 そして、≪アンダーワールド≫には、賢者カーディナルの預言した≪最終負荷実験≫が刻一刻と近づきつつあった……。 ≪ダークテリトリー≫からの邪悪な息吹が≪人界≫に流れ込み始める。ついに、恐るべき闇の軍勢が動き出そうとしていた。

30 review for ソードアート・オンライン 15: アリシゼーション・インベーディング [Sōdo āto onrain 15: Arishizēshon Inbēdingu]

  1. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    Well, I have to admit the new villain the added is awesome. He is a complete psycho, totally crazy, and for all intents and purposes, lacks emotions and feelings which make for a great monster. The part of the Dark Territory was good, I loved Shasta and his character, he is amazing and I'm surprised he wasn't considered a true A.I. before Alice considering how many emotions he displays. The way he loves utterly, how he is not constricted by the law of "take what you want by force" but really wan Well, I have to admit the new villain the added is awesome. He is a complete psycho, totally crazy, and for all intents and purposes, lacks emotions and feelings which make for a great monster. The part of the Dark Territory was good, I loved Shasta and his character, he is amazing and I'm surprised he wasn't considered a true A.I. before Alice considering how many emotions he displays. The way he loves utterly, how he is not constricted by the law of "take what you want by force" but really wants peace and such. And his strength... man, I did not see that coming. But the rest... ugh, it was boring. Nothing much happened with Alice and I was expecting for her to develop more. I mean, now that Kirito is out of commission (and don't get me wrong, I'm loving this), she had a chance to shine and do more, but nothing much happens in this book. She looks after him, and then goes to the army that awaits the invasion... and then the book ends, no fight at all on that side. We've been told Kirito will ultimately save the day, and that annoys me. For once I want Alice to save the day. Or Asuna. And where is she by the way? Wasn't she suppossed to get into the dive as well and save her man. Come on Asuna! I want her there.

  2. 4 out of 5

    kerrycat

    this arc is SOUL CRUSHING "Don't cry, I'll always be here." leave it to Kawahara to continue with amusing comments in the afterward after leaving us in tears - yes, Great Kawahara, the most ominous event of all in this volume was Kikuoka in a Hawaiian shirt instead of a yukata. I admit it was something of a surprise, although Asuna's violence towards him was, of course, definitely not - that's our girl. this arc is SOUL CRUSHING "Don't cry, I'll always be here." leave it to Kawahara to continue with amusing comments in the afterward after leaving us in tears - yes, Great Kawahara, the most ominous event of all in this volume was Kikuoka in a Hawaiian shirt instead of a yukata. I admit it was something of a surprise, although Asuna's violence towards him was, of course, definitely not - that's our girl.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jorge Rosas

    Wow! That thing in the dark territory was amazing! I was wondering if the breach for true A.I. was off when that happened. We finally get to see a big part of what is and was happening in the real world and some real psyco is introduced as the main villain with a strike team and all, then I remembered that Kirito wanted to go somewhere else because he believed that the tech development was better there… fool! That place is coming hard for him. We get a book where Kirito is there but he’s not the Wow! That thing in the dark territory was amazing! I was wondering if the breach for true A.I. was off when that happened. We finally get to see a big part of what is and was happening in the real world and some real psyco is introduced as the main villain with a strike team and all, then I remembered that Kirito wanted to go somewhere else because he believed that the tech development was better there… fool! That place is coming hard for him. We get a book where Kirito is there but he’s not the focus and I truly loved that. The main character is someone else and that was great, it’s stablished that Kirito is a Deus Ex resource but that’s the way it is. Asuna is finally joining the underworld and the final stress test is imminent.

  4. 4 out of 5

    S.P.

    Gah! I was expecting this to be the last in this arc, but there is apparently another - it is longer than Lord of the Rings!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jack Keener

    Strange that a story would get better without our main character. I actually enjoyed more the side characters getting their time to shine and was really sorry to see the end of Vixur ul Shasta. Alice really grew as a character for me in this volume. She became more than the one dimensional being she was. She struggled to find who she is and accepts herself as not Alice Zugberg but Alice Synthesis 31 or whatever. The volume felt short even for Light Novel or serial novels as I think we would thin Strange that a story would get better without our main character. I actually enjoyed more the side characters getting their time to shine and was really sorry to see the end of Vixur ul Shasta. Alice really grew as a character for me in this volume. She became more than the one dimensional being she was. She struggled to find who she is and accepts herself as not Alice Zugberg but Alice Synthesis 31 or whatever. The volume felt short even for Light Novel or serial novels as I think we would think of them on this side of Japan. The villains in SAO are really, really shallow. No matter how hard the author tries, Kayaba that made SAO a death game, was really the only villain that doesn't feel like a Saturday Morning cartoon character. Miller is the worst. Even when we have an awesome character die to show how evil and empty the villain is, even with his background as some psychotic serial killer, it just feels forced. I can't be the only one that hoped General Shasta would kill Demon Lord Vecta yadah-yadah and make the Dark Territory people be more than story fodder. Too bad what we get instead is some 1D villain that doesn't have a soul that will have to face Deus EX Machina Kirito that will somehow be aroused from a self-induced pity comma by the power of love and Asuna's plot powers.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Yan M Garcia

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Para que Kirito y Eugeo le hayan podido poner fin al reinado de Administrator se tuvieron que sacrificar cosas muy importantes: uno perdió su alma y uno de sus brazos, y el otro perdió su vida. La Integrity Knight Alice decide hacerse cargo de un Kirito que apenas es capaz de comer por sí mismo, recluyéndose a las afueras del pueblo que la vio nacer y que la rechaza por haber roto el Taboo Index. Me gustó ver cómo era su trato con él y lo agradecida que estaba por haberla salvado a pesar de que e Para que Kirito y Eugeo le hayan podido poner fin al reinado de Administrator se tuvieron que sacrificar cosas muy importantes: uno perdió su alma y uno de sus brazos, y el otro perdió su vida. La Integrity Knight Alice decide hacerse cargo de un Kirito que apenas es capaz de comer por sí mismo, recluyéndose a las afueras del pueblo que la vio nacer y que la rechaza por haber roto el Taboo Index. Me gustó ver cómo era su trato con él y lo agradecida que estaba por haberla salvado a pesar de que ella haya querido matarlo. Hay que ver este libro como un inicio de saga porque es una nueva fase en la historia de Underworld. Un nuevo villano encarnado en el Dios de la oscuridad, Vector, aparece desde el mundo real para iniciar la invasión hacia el Mundo Humano y llevarse a la inteligencia artificial Alice . Reaparecen personajes que no veíamos desde hace tiempo como Ronye y Tiezé. Ya he dicho que el par de chicas no me terminaron de agradar pero con este libro me di cuenta de que no tenía una razón para no quererlas. Fue muy triste ver cómo tomaron la muerte de Eugeo y la situación actual de Kirito. La guerra contra el Territorio Oscuro empieza y este libro fue como para ponernos en contexto de lo que se viene. No ha sido de mis libros favoritos pero tampoco es que no me haya gustado. La saga acaba dentro de tres libros y yo no voy a tener paz hasta que la termine.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Aakash

    I am amazed at how Kawahara makes this fiction feels all believable and true. Then again I am a simple reader who most often than not easily follows the direction in which the author is leading without much fuss or questions. I mean, I don't know how I am fully able to believe that a person with brain damage can fully recover by staying in a fantasy world full of AIs who don't even know that they are AIs in the first place. Kirito is catatonic throughout this book which strangely doesn't severely I am amazed at how Kawahara makes this fiction feels all believable and true. Then again I am a simple reader who most often than not easily follows the direction in which the author is leading without much fuss or questions. I mean, I don't know how I am fully able to believe that a person with brain damage can fully recover by staying in a fantasy world full of AIs who don't even know that they are AIs in the first place. Kirito is catatonic throughout this book which strangely doesn't severely affects the enjoyment factor of the book. Alice is an interesting character to follow. And she got enough time to shine in this book. I didn't notice how her personality was changing in this arc during watching the anime. But after reading this, after seeing her jaded side and seeing her asking herself why she needed to save this stupid and greedy people who were nothing to her, I am starting to like her more. Also was sad to read about Shasta and his lover. It would have been so much interesting and fun to see Shasta and Bercouli interact. They are so similar in their personalities and attitudes. Hoping to finally see Asuna dive in the underworld in the next volume.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Casey

    This book retains it's 4-star rating for one reason... Asuna's BRIEF appearance. And not just because she appears but because of what she does. Okay so that's a bit of hyperbole. But in all honesty, the first 80 pages or so of the book -- 2 stars. It gets better after that. A lot better. It starts with the aforementioned Asuna. Kirito being out of commission for me was a detriment since SAO has always been about him, but being able to learn some more about others wasn't wholly bad. And seeing some This book retains it's 4-star rating for one reason... Asuna's BRIEF appearance. And not just because she appears but because of what she does. Okay so that's a bit of hyperbole. But in all honesty, the first 80 pages or so of the book -- 2 stars. It gets better after that. A lot better. It starts with the aforementioned Asuna. Kirito being out of commission for me was a detriment since SAO has always been about him, but being able to learn some more about others wasn't wholly bad. And seeing some of the Dark Territory was pretty good. Certainly this was a buildup to the next volume (or the way the Alicization arc has been going the next 5). Can't give it a 5 since I really was bored silly for he first third of the book. But it picked up enough to still have 4 so that's pretty good. Verdict: Worth reading, especially if you want to know what's going on in SAO. If you're reading Alicization and haven't read the others, start at the beginning, it's a fun ride.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Chris Flynn

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is another pivot point / ramp up type book, but thankfully it's pulled off so much better than the last one (the conversation with Cardinal). There's just as much new info, but it's spread out in a meaningful way across multiple scenes and characters, so we're saved from the massive exposition dump from last time. Reading this as someone who's seen the anime adaption already, I'm blown away how much more information and detail is in here. All the characters feel larger, more fleshed out, and This is another pivot point / ramp up type book, but thankfully it's pulled off so much better than the last one (the conversation with Cardinal). There's just as much new info, but it's spread out in a meaningful way across multiple scenes and characters, so we're saved from the massive exposition dump from last time. Reading this as someone who's seen the anime adaption already, I'm blown away how much more information and detail is in here. All the characters feel larger, more fleshed out, and better. The new big bad in particular is way more menacing compared to his show counterpart. But I actually feel more invested in the characters; the book did great introducing so many new cast and making them feel meaningful.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Omegavesko

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Right. This is going to be a review for all of Alicization so far (volumes 9-15), since the volumes really aren’t independent enough to warrant separate reviews, and 15 is the latest volume. I’m going to start this off with my biggest issue with the series, not even limited to just Alicization. Kawahara-san, when the hell are we going to see an arc where Kirito and Asuna actually do something together? Because literally every arc since Aincrad, from Volume 3 to Volume 15, has had either one or th Right. This is going to be a review for all of Alicization so far (volumes 9-15), since the volumes really aren’t independent enough to warrant separate reviews, and 15 is the latest volume. I’m going to start this off with my biggest issue with the series, not even limited to just Alicization. Kawahara-san, when the hell are we going to see an arc where Kirito and Asuna actually do something together? Because literally every arc since Aincrad, from Volume 3 to Volume 15, has had either one or the other doing something completely on their own (often in a different world altogether), while the other either sits on the sidelines or rescues them in some way. I was really happy for the first half of Alicization Beginning. It looked like we were finally going to see some actual Kirito x Asuna relationship development! And then, you guessed it, Kirito gets plunged into an alternate world, and completely separated from Asuna, for the next seven (and counting) volumes. Thank fuck, it looks like Asuna is finally going to dive into the Underworld in Volume 16, and we might actually see some plot development that involves both of them. Maybe we’ll even have them draw their swords within one kilometer of each other for once (for the record, the last time they did was in Mother’s Rosario, Volume 7, and in Aincrad before that). If it sounds like I’m a bit pissed, that’s because I am. I also don’t like how Kawahara-san handles the mystery/reveal cycle with the Underworld. He basically builds up the mystery over several volumes, and then reveals everything in such a massive infodump that it literally has to span two volumes. Of course there was much to reveal, and we didn’t find everything out right then, but I can’t help but feel that the reveal could’ve been handled more gracefully. This seems to be a general issue that Kawahara-san struggles with - holding in a turning point in the plot, and then ridiculously overcomplicating it once he gets to actually writing it. Alicization Uniting is pretty much the perfect illustration of this. Nearly the entire volume is occupied by literally a single battle. Granted, it's important, and there's a lot to absorb, but not _that_ much. My other, unrelated problem is more with Kirito’s character rather than a complaint about Kawahara-san’s writing. I can’t possibly be the only one who’s noticed how easily Kirito practically stops caring about his relationships in the real world, including the one with Asuna. Aside from a couple of scenes, he basically never even thinks about them, at least as far as the reader can tell. Hell, it takes him until he hears Asuna’s voice through the system console to truly react to being separated from her for the past two fucking years. Could this be the embodiment of the warning Yuuki gives to Asuna on her deathbed – that Kirito is separated from reality in a different way from Yuuki? Or, in other words, that his true passion resides in virtual reality, and that any relationships he forms in the real world come second to that. I really, really, want to be wrong about this. It’s also why I couldn’t be more grateful that Asuna will finally be seeking Kirito out in the Underworld in the next volume. Ignoring the fact that his fluctlight is effectively a vegetable at this point in time, if there’s one person who can remind him of what he left behind in the real world, it’s her. Well, that’s quite enough complaining for now. Believe it or not, there’s also a lot of stuff I did like in this arc. Second only to Asuna and Sinon, Alice is probably the awesomest female protagonist in the series right now. Compared to the harem of old, this is definitely something that Kawahara-san has improved on over time. That’s not to say that Lisbeth, Silica and the rest aren’t awesome characters, but having literally every major female character fall in love with Kirito upon meeting him was a bit silly in retrospect. I'd also like to take this moment to express the massive amount of respect I have for the writer, for having the guts to cripple one of the series' two main characters (and arguably the more important one, at that) so thoroughly. I was already impressed when Kirito faced permanent brain damage after the attack in Volume 9, but threatening Kirito's life and actually following through with the threat gained the author a lot of respect from me. The new development in VR technology is really interesting, if a bit too handwavy for my tastes. Considering that consumer VR tech in this universe has only regressed since the Nerve Gear, the massive leap with the Soul Translator, though made obvious that you won’t be playing ALO with it anytime soon, is really great. The Underworld is genuinely fascinating, especially if you look at it from the angle of the perfect culmination of the sort of world Akihiko Kayaba once sought to create. Given that he’s still alive in the form of an uploaded consciousness, It’d be really interesting to see what he would say if he found out about it at some point. Gabriel is possibly the most genuinely evil antagonist SAO has seen to date. Heathcliff/Kayaba (who is, in retrospect, a pretty cool guy), Sugou and Death Gun have absolutely nothing on Gabriel. The man is literally an emotionless demon whose only purpose in life is stealing souls. How do you even compete with that? I haven't been very heavy-handed with my star ratings for this arc because I just don't feel like I should judge the arc as a whole until it's actually over. So I suppose I'll be revising them a few volumes from now.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Al

    I flew through this book. Kirito is out of commission throughout the whole book. But the story goes on and I enjoyed the book so much that I flew through it. Asuna and Alice take over story wise. They are both strong characters that I didn't feel bored at all. Plus Asuna is logging in. I am so excited. The new bad guy creeped me out. I can't wait for someone to take him down. The next book can't come soon enough. I flew through this book. Kirito is out of commission throughout the whole book. But the story goes on and I enjoyed the book so much that I flew through it. Asuna and Alice take over story wise. They are both strong characters that I didn't feel bored at all. Plus Asuna is logging in. I am so excited. The new bad guy creeped me out. I can't wait for someone to take him down. The next book can't come soon enough.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Miracle152004

    Adminstrator's defeat has come at a heavy cost: The death of Eugeo as well as the mental decline of Kirito. Six months after the epic battle atop Central Cathedral, Kirito spends his days in the Underworld wheelchair-bound; bereft of emotion or even a will to live. Although Alice and Bercouli do what they can to help him, it isn't long before the armies of the dark territory are start to move in earnest. The "Final Stress Test" has begun. But will Kirito be ready? Adminstrator's defeat has come at a heavy cost: The death of Eugeo as well as the mental decline of Kirito. Six months after the epic battle atop Central Cathedral, Kirito spends his days in the Underworld wheelchair-bound; bereft of emotion or even a will to live. Although Alice and Bercouli do what they can to help him, it isn't long before the armies of the dark territory are start to move in earnest. The "Final Stress Test" has begun. But will Kirito be ready?

  13. 5 out of 5

    NEIL

    Continuing my favorite arc since the first I wasn't as big on Phantom Bullet or Mother's Rosario. This arc is definitely like experiencing the first again, but in a new light. Also enjoying all the ties with Accel World, even though I see a lot of stuff saying they're different universes, etc. Enjoy the book. Continuing my favorite arc since the first I wasn't as big on Phantom Bullet or Mother's Rosario. This arc is definitely like experiencing the first again, but in a new light. Also enjoying all the ties with Accel World, even though I see a lot of stuff saying they're different universes, etc. Enjoy the book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Yorman Andrade

    Excelente este volumen, a pesar de que la historia avanzó lentamente. Lo mejor es que no todo se centra en el protagonista, hay muchos personajes geniales alrededor comenzando por Alice; es una lastima lo que sucedió con Eugeo, y más que no pudo cumplir la promesa que le hizo a su vallet.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Holly Ann

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Started here after watching Season 1 of alicization arc. It was super hard to read and super boring unless you really like the character of Alice for some reason. Worth a skip, Kirito is in a coma the whole time.

  16. 4 out of 5

    anderson

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. La historia progresa en base a la batalla próxima que el imperio del dark territory va a realizar. Se ve un Kirito diferente al de siempre y una Alice con cualidades de su nueva y vieja faceta. Un volumen de preparación para el hype que se aproxima.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Eldon Siemens

    It keeps going and going, but unlike Grimgar, it's well written in distinct arcs that don't leave me wanting. My only wish is that they could speed up the release schedule. It keeps going and going, but unlike Grimgar, it's well written in distinct arcs that don't leave me wanting. My only wish is that they could speed up the release schedule.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Raka Westu

    Good story continuing alicization arc.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Andy Bintoro

    Well, a bit boring, but the story development here could be tolerated.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Anna Jones

    I feel so bad for Alice! Also, we can’t have normal villains anymore I guess.

  21. 4 out of 5

    JoanTheSiren

    3.5

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ricardo Matos

    While it is understandable that the begining of a new Arc might slow things down a bit, this volume was just boooooooooring. I would have 1 star it, but the new villain was interesing.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Martina

    3.5 ⭐️

  24. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    I really love this arc, however, I was really hoping for a bit more from this story. After the big climax of the previous book, this one felt a bit like filler.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Shayan Kh

    3.5 stars. This book was an interesting addition to this series. I feel like Alicization is something that is created by combining VRMMORPGs with the Matrix and Inception. ( Especially the time dilation from Inception and hanging in Limbo train station from the Matrix) Which is not a bad thing. I like it. (view spoiler)[ In this book, we finally get to see the dark territory and it is not as bad as people from the Human World think they are. It is just another world, that unfortunately, follo 3.5 stars. This book was an interesting addition to this series. I feel like Alicization is something that is created by combining VRMMORPGs with the Matrix and Inception. ( Especially the time dilation from Inception and hanging in Limbo train station from the Matrix) Which is not a bad thing. I like it. (view spoiler)[ In this book, we finally get to see the dark territory and it is not as bad as people from the Human World think they are. It is just another world, that unfortunately, follow a more cynical rule. The strong rules. The creators are so cruel that they also introduced a basic need in every species. Like hating humans for example. The two lovers that are introduced to us at the beginning are nicely written and I really felt for them. Their death was really sad. Kawahara is really getting better with each book. Gabriel is a bit of a mystery. But he is a decent enough protagonist. So I'll see what he is gonna do in the next volume. (hide spoiler)]

  26. 4 out of 5

    Viszed

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Este libro se me paso muy rápido como el anterior. Iniciamos con Gabriel Miller, quién fue el que derroto ha Sinon en el último torneo realizado en GGO; Gabriel es un ciudadano Norteamericano, cabeza de un gran compañía, que esta obsesionado con "El Alma" y es un psicópata, el cual recibe una misión en su compañía para robar la tecnología STL de "RATH" y a la primera Inteligencia Artificial "Alice", por lo que teniendo la oportunidad de alcanzar lo que siempre le ha obsesionado decide infiltrarse Este libro se me paso muy rápido como el anterior. Iniciamos con Gabriel Miller, quién fue el que derroto ha Sinon en el último torneo realizado en GGO; Gabriel es un ciudadano Norteamericano, cabeza de un gran compañía, que esta obsesionado con "El Alma" y es un psicópata, el cual recibe una misión en su compañía para robar la tecnología STL de "RATH" y a la primera Inteligencia Artificial "Alice", por lo que teniendo la oportunidad de alcanzar lo que siempre le ha obsesionado decide infiltrarse como parte del equipo de ataque contra "RATH"; de esta manera se presenta al villano de esta segunda parte del Arco de Alicization, el cual es un hombre desquiciado y con poder. Devuelta en Underworld, kirito se encuentra en una especie de "catatonia" en el que su alma ha sido dañada gravemente y se encuentra bajo el cuidado de Alice, de quien depende para todo; Alice se dirigió al pueblo de Rulid donde ella nació, ubicada a las afueras de la ciudad y con la compañía de su "hermana", pasa sus días cuidando a Kirito; pensé que estas escenas me iban a resultar cansadas, pero fueron muy bien llevadas, me encanto, como Alice defiende la Aldea, el encuentro con Eldrie quien desde un principio siempre me agrado. Cuando Alice decide ir al campo de batalla con Kirito y se encuentra con los demás Integry Knigth, y luego con las aprendices de Kirito y Eugeo; fue tan triste cuando las aprendices ven a Kirito en ese estado y se enteran de la muerte de Eugeo, si bien durante todo el libro sentía una puñalada cada vez que nombraban a Eugeo, aquí fue demoledor, otra vez a llorar. En el Dark Territorio, la aparición de "El dios Oscuro Vector", cuya cuenta fue tomada por Gabriel Miller siguiendo el plan que formularon después de tomar la parte baja de la nave de "RATH" para capturara a Alice, pone en marcha la batalla contra los humanos. Lo sorprendente fue que no todos los habitantes del Dark Territorio son malos, si no que hay muchos que desean paz o tienen una gran integridad. Por lo que con Asuna decidida a ingresar a "Underworld", Vector dirigiendo al ejercito oscuro a la guerra y Alice y el ejercito humano en rumbando a la batalla, la gran guerra esta por empezar.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Billy Chen

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Although this book had a lot of character development from Alice's point of view. The lack of Kirito being a badass just takes away from what really attracts people to read SAO. That makes the book feel a lot more like a filler rather than progressing story. Knowing that I probably lost the motivation to read the next one as well haha Although this book had a lot of character development from Alice's point of view. The lack of Kirito being a badass just takes away from what really attracts people to read SAO. That makes the book feel a lot more like a filler rather than progressing story. Knowing that I probably lost the motivation to read the next one as well haha

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jill

    Not enough with the main characters and it dragged too much. It seemed like a filler book. I'll be waiting to get back to the action with Kirito and Eugeo. Not enough with the main characters and it dragged too much. It seemed like a filler book. I'll be waiting to get back to the action with Kirito and Eugeo.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alexandre López calvo

    No voy a hacer review de esta saga. Son un guilty pleasure mio. De vez en cuando me hago maratón y punto pero dudo que sean del gusto de otros...

  30. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    This is the best book out of the whole SAO series.

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