This was a very short novel, compared to the rest. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed the gun scenes. I already knew I'd love Shino's storyline from the anime, but I was pleasantly surprised with the gunning. What I didn't like: How little we get to see Asuna. I'm hoping by the size of the next book we get to see more of her. I understand Kirito's reasons for not wanting her in the game, b This was a very short novel, compared to the rest. I understand Kirito's reasons for not wanting her in the game, but I still missed her. It was nice to see a scene between them at the beginning of the novel to remind readers of their relationship, and I guess due to the time span of the novel there wasn't anywhere else she could slot in.
The story is definitely "to be continued What I liked: Sinon doesn't go bananas for Kirito. I really liked that she was super open to helping Kirito because she thought he was a girl. It wasn't because she was in love with him like Leafa or Lizbeth.
In a series where there are a million female characters introduced to one male, it was amazing to have Sinon thrown into the mix. She already has a boyfriend lined up for when she gets over her personal issues, and it's not Kirito. Kirito as usual gets into her personal space, but that's just his personality, and it was great to see a girl not respond to it with romance. Shino's backstory. It's super unique and pulls on my heartstrings.
Overall: I don't have much else to say. This book felt super short and not much happened overall especially when you think about Aincrad and how much that spanned. It was an enjoyable read.
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Nothing particularly wow about it, but I wasn't bored at all. I'm quite looking forward to the next installment - and of course hoping to see more of Asuna! It all starts one day in the virtual world when one player who calls himself DeathGun, points at a tv and shoots the person in broadcasting, and the person gets disconnected. Later the come to find the player in the real world dead. Since Kirito has played SAO, also know as the deadly game, the this light novel has a lot of action.
Since Kirito has played SAO, also know as the deadly game, the people are investigating this case ask for his help. He decides to help out and goes into GGO. View 1 comment. The illustrations were just 'meh'. Sword Art Online phantom bullet is a light novel by Reki Kawahara. Death Gun, a stranger player, who killed a player into de game and this player died in the real world.
Now Kirito a survivor of the bloody virtual game Sword Art Online is responsible to investigate this case, but it came into trouble when log in into the game because his avatar look feminine. He knew Sinon the sniper who helps him. I think that this book is interesting for all those people who love fiction stories and Manga. Also could be a futuristic vision of the world in some years, showing how the technology develop with the years.
If you survived Fairy Dance then Gun Gale is your reward. First of all, there's actually something at stake again. It's not an all around death game like Sword Art Online, but it's not like Fairy Dance with no risk either. There is one single player who has the ability to kill people and it's Kirito's job to find this person. Then, thankfully, there are interesting characters again. Sinon has an interesting history and maybe hopefully won't be joining Kirito's harem of girls who have a crush o If you survived Fairy Dance then Gun Gale is your reward.
Sinon has an interesting history and maybe hopefully won't be joining Kirito's harem of girls who have a crush on him. She's a good female protagonist and I'm enjoying reading about her whereas chapters about Suguha in the last two books were a serious grind to get through.
It was also logical, except for the reason of the could killed the players in real world when killed them in virtual world. I love this novel' it was more 'gaming' than the previous fourth. Read the translated version. Was very good, Kirito facing his past, with Shinon learning to cope with her own demon by seeking strength to overcome it. While it deviates slightly from the well-established messy mould that is Sword Art Online, Kawahara makes little effort to correct the complications that have plagued the previous volumes, and has only reinforced the sexist undertones of his work whilst adding manipulation to his repertoire.
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My last review of a Sword Art Online volume was rather flippant, and for good reason in my opinion. Fairy Dance is plagued by blatant sexism, poor characterisation and a lack of true meaningful direction in i While it deviates slightly from the well-established messy mould that is Sword Art Online, Kawahara makes little effort to correct the complications that have plagued the previous volumes, and has only reinforced the sexist undertones of his work whilst adding manipulation to his repertoire.
Fairy Dance is plagued by blatant sexism, poor characterisation and a lack of true meaningful direction in its narrative. So how does the Phantom Bullet arc, or at least the first part of it, compare to the steaming dumpster fire that was the previous arc? Simply put: it's better, but not by much. Kirito is tasked by a government agent of course he is I'm going to highlight what I think was the shining point of this book, and the reason why I gave it two stars, first: the character of Shino Asada, who goes by the gaming handle Sinon in GGO Gun Gale Online.
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