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  1. 4 out of 5

    Shayan Kh

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I can't believe we are still ascending! I mean, come one! I know it is fun to read these fighting scenes, but the story needs to progress too! And I still have no Idea about the fact that Kirito has lost his memories. This book also ended at the start of a fight. Why?!? I think Kawahara is writing in the style of a TV show like Game of Thrones or 24. Not even anime is like that. This and the fact that the story is progressing at a snail's pace are the reasons I don't like this book as much as the I can't believe we are still ascending! I mean, come one! I know it is fun to read these fighting scenes, but the story needs to progress too! And I still have no Idea about the fact that Kirito has lost his memories. This book also ended at the start of a fight. Why?!? I think Kawahara is writing in the style of a TV show like Game of Thrones or 24. Not even anime is like that. This and the fact that the story is progressing at a snail's pace are the reasons I don't like this book as much as the previous ones.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris Flynn

    This volume did a better job of interspersing the explanations and exposition with more organic plot development compared to vol. 12's heavy info dump style. There's a few moments where the obvious tropes are directly commented on in a meta-fashion, giving the book a sense of self-awareness. It's still a "ramp-up" style book mostly, but that's expected with this arc being a longer one. All of this is leading up to what is looking to be non-stop action in the next book (though I already know that This volume did a better job of interspersing the explanations and exposition with more organic plot development compared to vol. 12's heavy info dump style. There's a few moments where the obvious tropes are directly commented on in a meta-fashion, giving the book a sense of self-awareness. It's still a "ramp-up" style book mostly, but that's expected with this arc being a longer one. All of this is leading up to what is looking to be non-stop action in the next book (though I already know that since I've watched the adaption of all these books already, so I guess I'm cheating).

  3. 4 out of 5

    Farid Aldi

    Absolutely incridible job from Kawahara Reki, before you go to read this novel, make sure you had well know about Underworld Concept and stuff, cause damn it took me awhile to understand whole concept, really cool and fascinating concept, complexity and detail about fluctlight and underworld system really driving me into another level of fantasy, i know this is too exageratting but i impressed how the author really go to reasearch first about AI and stuff in real world and make it "nearly" like Absolutely incridible job from Kawahara Reki, before you go to read this novel, make sure you had well know about Underworld Concept and stuff, cause damn it took me awhile to understand whole concept, really cool and fascinating concept, complexity and detail about fluctlight and underworld system really driving me into another level of fantasy, i know this is too exageratting but i impressed how the author really go to reasearch first about AI and stuff in real world and make it "nearly" like real world concept, i wish we have that kind of stuff in 2022, ameeenn.... As a student that study AI and robotic stuff in highschool, i see this as a tool to driving my imagination and echance my understanding about how such a simple concept like looping system or type of AI can really inspire people out there to make story like this, i know SAO is not about Sao game anymore, but the author want to exlore more in the industry and the world of VR game especially in fulldive technology itself, this is why i love SAO : Alicization arc story becoz it doesnt sell much fanservice, well there is little, it sell well develop story and crazy concept about AI&VR industry in future, it makes student like me to have a spirit to develop more in this industry... If you want to read this series, it sells LOTS of concept about AI &VR, so prepare your mind, but dont worry becoz the author had explained all in the novel, but the fun part is when you really googling about the concept itself, really fascinating... *Note:Anime SAO:Alicization Part 1 (Beginning-Uniting) Arc has finished airing and you can watch the anime to see a beauty visual (its pretty much visualisastion of the novel) and see it to verify your imagination in fighting scene :v In this novel, you will see an effort from alice's struggle toward her believes to Axiom Church, and Kawahara Reki is trying to make alice as a protagonist in this novel besides Kirito and Eugeo, have fun reading. Sorry for bad english :D

  4. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    Well, isn't this going along rather neatly? I like where the story is going, finally we're not getting that much of Kirito, Eugeo and Alice have been developing as characters, and let me say, what a leap they've gone through since the first book of Alicization. ***MINOR SPOILERS AHEAD*** I love how Eugeo has grown in confidence and in power. He was so shy at first, never attacking much safe for under Kirito's instructions, but now that we see him on his first battle alone against Bercouli Synthesi Well, isn't this going along rather neatly? I like where the story is going, finally we're not getting that much of Kirito, Eugeo and Alice have been developing as characters, and let me say, what a leap they've gone through since the first book of Alicization. ***MINOR SPOILERS AHEAD*** I love how Eugeo has grown in confidence and in power. He was so shy at first, never attacking much safe for under Kirito's instructions, but now that we see him on his first battle alone against Bercouli Synthesis One, oh boy. He is so powerful, even if he doesn't realise it. He has learnt the art of the sword, but has also learnt how to control his weapon and unleash powers beyond what he thought himself capable of. And can I just say how much I love his sword? I think that's one of the best Divine Objects I've seen. So versatile if the owner knows how to wield it. He is a good character, and after what happened to him later on, now I'm more curious than ever. And Alice, well she also grew a lot. Despite her Integrity Knight rank there's still something of her deep down, not quite reachable yet, but at least it has allowed her to become a much more important character for this part of the story. I think it'll be interesting to see her move forward, and then I wonder what will happen to the character we know now if she gets her true memories back... It'd be interesting. As for Administrator and the Senate, boy is that even scarier than I first thought. That woman is a complete menace to this world, and the Senate, well, let's just say that's a completely different kind of horror. This is bad, far worse than I thought. I really can't wait for them to fight Administrator... and that one extra Knight. Oh boy, were in for a treat all right.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Yan M Garcia

    Una cosa sí que es cierta: estos no son los mejores libros del mundo ¡pero cómo entretienen! No me importa si la historia va lenta y suceda una cosa mala tras otra, los personajes y la clarísima descripción de las peleas valen todo el tiempo invertido en esta serie. Ya me auto-spoileé lo que sucede en las siguientes novelas y ya sabía incluso lo que pasaba en esta, pero de todas formas me causó mucha conmoción la situacion de Eugeo. Ya para este punto muchos nos habremos encariñado con él; yo cr Una cosa sí que es cierta: estos no son los mejores libros del mundo ¡pero cómo entretienen! No me importa si la historia va lenta y suceda una cosa mala tras otra, los personajes y la clarísima descripción de las peleas valen todo el tiempo invertido en esta serie. Ya me auto-spoileé lo que sucede en las siguientes novelas y ya sabía incluso lo que pasaba en esta, pero de todas formas me causó mucha conmoción la situacion de Eugeo. Ya para este punto muchos nos habremos encariñado con él; yo creo que es de los personajes a los que quieres cuidar a toda costa y cuando algo malo le pasa de verdad que pega en el alma. Lo mismo me pasó con los Integrity Knights derrotados (menos con Fizel y Linel), leer sus historias y todo lo que han sufrido por culpa de Administrator hace que el título de "villanos de turno" salga sobrando. Ellos son solo víctimas. El honor de Bercoulli y la razón por la que Fanatio oculta su identidad me pusieron a pensar acerca de muchas cosas. Quiero que estos dos tengan su final feliz. Creo que hasta ahora, este ha sido el libro más emocional de este arco. Y eso que me faltan 6 libros más. 😵

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jack Keener

    This volume felt a bit shorter than the previous one. We get trope-ish RomCom interactions with Alice and Kirito. While they Alice side was strange, Kirito's side wasn't so badly done. We do have a setup moment where Alice's main desire ends up not being her sister or Eugeo. Strange. We also get to see Eugeo have to battle without Kirito and relay on his own improvements and battle sense. We also get to see how the Administrator modifies the Integrity Knights and why they are called Synthesis ## This volume felt a bit shorter than the previous one. We get trope-ish RomCom interactions with Alice and Kirito. While they Alice side was strange, Kirito's side wasn't so badly done. We do have a setup moment where Alice's main desire ends up not being her sister or Eugeo. Strange. We also get to see Eugeo have to battle without Kirito and relay on his own improvements and battle sense. We also get to see how the Administrator modifies the Integrity Knights and why they are called Synthesis ##. Alice is also forced to see the horrors that the Administrator perpetuates to maintain hers and the Axiom Churches control over the world. We end on a cliffhanger and it left me feeling like this should have been longer than it actually was.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. First impressions: For. Fuck. Sake. Just couldnt end the arc with this book? It has to go on for AT LEAST one more? No. I refuse. Sword art was my first exposure to the trapped in a video game, in particular an MMO as a genre. It started with some interesting ideas and if you ignored the harem it was, at times, really well done. Momentum kept me going through the series, hoping that they would start getting better and dig into the world. And to be fair they did... by having less and less of the har First impressions: For. Fuck. Sake. Just couldnt end the arc with this book? It has to go on for AT LEAST one more? No. I refuse. Sword art was my first exposure to the trapped in a video game, in particular an MMO as a genre. It started with some interesting ideas and if you ignored the harem it was, at times, really well done. Momentum kept me going through the series, hoping that they would start getting better and dig into the world. And to be fair they did... by having less and less of the harem. The less Asuna and friends show up in the book the better that book is relative to the others. And this book reaches a high point in that respect. But its just not good enough to redeem the rest of it. GG.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Casey

    3. Maybe 3½ stars. Perhaps it was because Kawahara seemingly promised me (us) something in the last book and I feel like it failed to deliver. Yes, yes, we get to see more of Alice and meet the 'big bad' and find out what happens to Eugeo and end on another bit of a cliffhanger... but it just felt somewhat blah to me. (And of course so little Ausna and Rinko it is hardly worth dinging stars for it... but if he didn't want them to be part of the story, he should not have put them there in the ear 3. Maybe 3½ stars. Perhaps it was because Kawahara seemingly promised me (us) something in the last book and I feel like it failed to deliver. Yes, yes, we get to see more of Alice and meet the 'big bad' and find out what happens to Eugeo and end on another bit of a cliffhanger... but it just felt somewhat blah to me. (And of course so little Ausna and Rinko it is hardly worth dinging stars for it... but if he didn't want them to be part of the story, he should not have put them there in the early volumes!) Verdict: Should have been part of the last book or maybe the next one should have been part of this (which ignores writing and publishing schedules) but still just felt too little. It continues the Alicization arc which generally is interesting so keep at it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Yorman Andrade

    He leído los 12 anteriores volúmenes y no me había dignado a dejar mis impresiones. Pues debo decir que a esta altura la nueva historia que se presenta en 'Underworl' al parecer está superando a lo ocurrido en 'Sword Art Online'. Kirito consigue una nueva vida -mientras inconcientemente lucha por la vida real- y sigue un camino acompañado de un joven leñador de nombre Eugeo, al que no recuerda como su amigo de toda la vida. Ambos con la meta de acabar con la máxima autoridad y recuperar a su ami He leído los 12 anteriores volúmenes y no me había dignado a dejar mis impresiones. Pues debo decir que a esta altura la nueva historia que se presenta en 'Underworl' al parecer está superando a lo ocurrido en 'Sword Art Online'. Kirito consigue una nueva vida -mientras inconcientemente lucha por la vida real- y sigue un camino acompañado de un joven leñador de nombre Eugeo, al que no recuerda como su amigo de toda la vida. Ambos con la meta de acabar con la máxima autoridad y recuperar a su amiga de la infancia Alice, arrebatada hace 8 años. El momento en que la espada blanca y la espada negra se enfrenten a llegado.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jorge Rosas

    It was very predictable, a necessary but boring transition book before the promised big one, at least it went fast with a few surprises and an anti-climax with a promised character, we finally get to know Alice as a developed character and some gruesome and horrible truths about the senate, we hear just a small morning routine with Asuna and no more.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Al

    This story was awesome. This is the best part of Alicization arc. Nothing but action and a twist ending. Why, oh why Eugeo? Alice is also pretty cool. I know there are a lot more parts to this arc but I feel like we are at the ending. The tower climb feels just like a video game. I can’t believe I read the book in two days. I love the book and I can’t wait to read the next one.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Yee

    Good continuation of the series. Nothing really major in this volume, as it is the characters in pretty much one setting making their way to the final objective. Ending is a nice bit of excitement, too bad that these translations are published so far apart.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Shawn

    Classic plotline. Good character creation. Continues the SAO saga. The plot is unpredictable in execution and entertaining. I like the plot of Underworld and the RATH project over it. I hope the author explores some sort of interaction between the two.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Merry

    I really enjoy these light novels. All the extra details, more in-depth stories and backgrounds of the characters really add to the story. It’s just like the anime but more in-depth. This book was my favorite though since it mostly dealt with Eugeo. Looking forward to the next one!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ricardo Matos

    Some fun concepts, but most of the time random stuff happens because random stuff is needed to progress the story. Reki has some good ideas, but he's really bad at telling a story :/ This volume could easily have been split between 12 and 14. Guess it was money making time, can't blame the guy :D Some fun concepts, but most of the time random stuff happens because random stuff is needed to progress the story. Reki has some good ideas, but he's really bad at telling a story :/ This volume could easily have been split between 12 and 14. Guess it was money making time, can't blame the guy :D

  16. 5 out of 5

    1NelsonDakota

    The author really knows how to write a good cliffhanger.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    Good action scenes and surprises. Can't wait to see these events play out in the anime. Good action scenes and surprises. Can't wait to see these events play out in the anime.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Miracle152004

    After Kirito and Eugeo are separated in the Central Cathedral, Eugeo continues his quest alone-until he encounters a legendary hero he's admired since childhood. Can Eugeo defeat him alone...? After Kirito and Eugeo are separated in the Central Cathedral, Eugeo continues his quest alone-until he encounters a legendary hero he's admired since childhood. Can Eugeo defeat him alone...?

  19. 4 out of 5

    JoanTheSiren

    3.5

  20. 4 out of 5

    Anna Jones

    I enjoyed the amazing fights and Bernoulli was so cool! My problem is with how Eugeo was so easily manipulated!!! It pisses me of how far he gets and in a matter of minutes it’s all lost, basically.

  21. 5 out of 5

    anderson

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Historia enfocada a la union de kirito y alice, para poder salir de los problemas que se han metido, permitiendo asi conocer mas sobre la alice que ya no tiene sus recuerdos.

  22. 5 out of 5

    DarklordX203

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Never fails to be cool

  23. 5 out of 5

    kerrycat

    when everything goes from bad to SO MUCH WORSE right at the end #classickawahara #SAOnovels #notenoughasunainthisone

  24. 4 out of 5

    ReadingFrog

    1.5 stars.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Andy Bintoro

    Well, the story became a bit boring by this point. This is already the fifth in the Alizization series.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Eldon Siemens

    great addition, but felt too short, maybe a single episode if it becomes an anime, could be two if stretched

  27. 4 out of 5

    Hammu

    なんか… しょっとつまらないかなーと思った。 今回の場面は多分佳境が始まった。けど、ユージオのキャラクターはあまり好きじゃない。ルーザーみたい。だから… まーねぇ~

  28. 5 out of 5

    Alec Rebert

    I'm not sure how I feel about this story arc, I absolutely loved how it started in volume 9 with all the intrigue and mystery surrounding the Underworld and who Alice and Eugeo were. But these last few volumes just haven't been what I'd been expecting. I was hoping it would have a bit more adventure and world exploring but it seems to skip over anything that might be close to down time in favor of sprinting through the main points in the story. It's not that I hated this volume or anything but i I'm not sure how I feel about this story arc, I absolutely loved how it started in volume 9 with all the intrigue and mystery surrounding the Underworld and who Alice and Eugeo were. But these last few volumes just haven't been what I'd been expecting. I was hoping it would have a bit more adventure and world exploring but it seems to skip over anything that might be close to down time in favor of sprinting through the main points in the story. It's not that I hated this volume or anything but it's just strange how Kawahara has managed to make 4 volumes of this story pass by way to fast. I'm hoping in the future there will be moments that there is some downtime like in the some of the previous volumes in this series

  29. 4 out of 5

    Viszed

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. ¡Muchas emociones! la alianza que hicieron Alice y Kirito para escalar a salvo el edificio tuvo un buen termino, aunque no recupero la memoria ya son aliados, me habría encantado que Eugeo presencie ese momento, de igual manera fue genial la escena donde Alice rompe el Index Tabu. Me encanto cuando Kirito hace una semblanza de su vida en "Underworld", rememorando que Eugeo siempre estuvo a su lado, que es el primer amigo cercano que tiene, aquella persona con la cual al fin puedo conectarse, sen ¡Muchas emociones! la alianza que hicieron Alice y Kirito para escalar a salvo el edificio tuvo un buen termino, aunque no recupero la memoria ya son aliados, me habría encantado que Eugeo presencie ese momento, de igual manera fue genial la escena donde Alice rompe el Index Tabu. Me encanto cuando Kirito hace una semblanza de su vida en "Underworld", rememorando que Eugeo siempre estuvo a su lado, que es el primer amigo cercano que tiene, aquella persona con la cual al fin puedo conectarse, sentirse cómodo, sin ninguna tensión y ser genuino; esa añoranza de su amistad me conmovió, ya que si bien tiene amigos de S.A.O., siempre estuvo rodeado de feminas y los amigos hombres que tenía eran mayores que él; incluso admitió que con Asuna solo una vez le mostró su interior cuando todo termino en Aincrand, así que todo eso solo hace ver cuanto aprecia y ha calado en el Eugeo, así como en mí. La pelea entre Eugeo y Bercouli me sorprendió, no me esperaba que Eugeo fuera tan fuerte para prácticamente vencer a #1 Bercouli; deteste a ese odioso complejo de payaso que apareció al final de la batalla. ¡EUGEO NO! como se atreve Administrador a lavarle el cerebro y ponerlo a pelear con Kirito, aunque doloroso, también es emocionante este duelo que se avecina entre alumno y maestro.

  30. 5 out of 5

    S.P.

    After reading the the last 7 or 8 on my holiday last year - with volume 12 ending in a real cliffhanger (view spoiler)[And I do mean cliffhanger (hide spoiler)] I couldn't wait to get my hands on this one! Yes I really enjoyed it. Alice for some reason is pictured in my head as Saber from Fate/Stay Night, but other than that distraction it was thoroughly enjoyable as an afternoon read. Unfortunately, and I don't think this is a spoiler, rather a warning, this is not the last of the Alicization li After reading the the last 7 or 8 on my holiday last year - with volume 12 ending in a real cliffhanger (view spoiler)[And I do mean cliffhanger (hide spoiler)] I couldn't wait to get my hands on this one! Yes I really enjoyed it. Alice for some reason is pictured in my head as Saber from Fate/Stay Night, but other than that distraction it was thoroughly enjoyable as an afternoon read. Unfortunately, and I don't think this is a spoiler, rather a warning, this is not the last of the Alicization light novels in this series, so don't get your hopes up for a satisfying ending just yet! There is at least one more novel in this series, lets just hope Kawahara gets it written in a reasonable time frame. On a positive note 'Gun Gale Online' Anime has been green lighted - another item on the 'can't wait' list...

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