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Présentation de l'éditeur

A certain unlikely hero...

Touma Kamijou has the worst luck imaginable... Sure he's a citizen of Academy City, a scientific marvel of the modern world where superhuman abilities are artificially cultivated and commonplace, but when it comes to paranormal talent, Kamijou's been classified a Level Zero-a loser, basically. Oh, he does have one trick up his sleeve (literally), but even that's more trouble than it's worth.

When Kamijou encounters a delusional young girl convinced she's a nun and raving about being chased by evil sorcerers, he's eager to send her on her way and get back to failing his studies. Fate, it would seem though, has other ideas, and he suddenly finds himself caught up in a supernatural intrigue with a girl named "Index" at the center!

Science and magic collide in this first volume of one of the most popular light novel series ever penned!

Biographie de l'auteur

Kazuma Kamachi is a Japanese light novel author and creator of the massively popular series, A Certain Magical Index, its sequel, A Certain Magical Index: New Testament, and a manga adaptation, as well as two spin-off manga series, A Certain Scientific Railgun and A Certain Scientific Accelerator.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I really enjoyed this book 3 décembre 2014
Par smitty jones - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I really enjoyed this book. I am really looking forward to volume two. I have watched the anime, I didn't care much for season one, but I really enjoyed season two.

This book has a fully realized setting, and it is very well described. The characters are also well described. Their really isn't any character development in the book, but that could happen in future volumes. The only thing that really develops was Touma and Index's relationship.

Something really cool about the story is the difference between magic and science. This volume sets up tension between magic and science for future volumes.

Most importantly this book entertained me. It was a quick read, I finished it in a couple of days. It is also an easy read. The writing flows smoothly, and in other translated novels that I have read their are times when their are passages that are awkwardly read, but I didn't come across any.

I recommend this to people who liked the anime, or are looking for a quick entertaining read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Start 22 novembre 2014
Par MK - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've been waiting for this book for a long time coming. I thought it would never make it here, but managed to held off reading it through other means and when it finally arrived, I was ecstatic. I won't go into too much detail, but I'll give a brief overview + impressions.

It's very clear from the outset that the plot for this series is much bigger than just this volume. We only merely dabble into the world building and how great it is. We're introduced mostly to Academy City, but also to the magic side affairs with Touma's encounter with the sorcerers. But even then, with Academy City as the backdrop setting, we get even the most minute details about the city, how it runs, how it keeps itself so clean, how it's primarily a school city. And it's absolutely great reading about this with such a fully realized world as the previous review mentioned.

In regards to characters, it is also great. I much prefer the light novel to manga in terms of format. You get the characters full perspective on things with text. In this case, with Kamijou Touma, our protagonist, he's already quite likeable in the anime and one of my favorites, but you get an expanded look on his character even though there's not much character development for him (and there definitely will be later on.) You realize he's not just a simple shounen protagonist. He's very relatable and has his own sense of personal justice. So you get a full look on that. Also, a better look at the development between him and Index here as many will know of from the anime if you've seen it.

In regards to YenPress translations, I thought it read really well and no errors that stuck out and I'm glad they kept the japanese term for certain words.

I highly recommend picking up this book, for people new to A Certain Series or Index if you read Railgun. I also recommend picking it up if you plan to pick up the Manga counterpart of this in May. I can't wait for volume 2.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 It'll be a good few years until they're done 16 décembre 2014
Par T. Carter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
It started with me watching the anime, both seasons, and waiting around for years for more. I've been well aware of the light novels the entire time, but the thought of reading them off some website that a fan put up instead of having a book to read was too off putting. When I heard that they were finally getting translated and brought over I jumped right on it. It'll be a good few years until they're done, but I can hardly wait.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A fun new series 15 janvier 2015
Par ChibiNeko - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I'll admit that I picked this up a bit by accident, thinking it was something else. (The Irregular at Magic High School, if you were wondering. I'm not sure how I made this mistake either.) It ended up being one of those happy mistakes because this really is a fun series so far.

Yen Press really has made a good decision in bringing this over because not only is this a good series, but it has a pretty wide appeal. Like magic? It has that. Like sci-fi? It has that as well. It all mixes fairly well together and while this does tend to occasionally fall into a few typical anime cliches like "instant friendship/attraction" and such, none of it is done in a manner that would drive off a potential reader.

I admit that the length of the series (24 volumes) is a bit of a commitment as far as my wallet is concerned, so I do have to say that I wish that the price point for this series was a little lower. At a price point of on average of eleven to thirteen dollars (depending on where you buy it), I have to say that while this series is fun the price point will likely keep a few people from purchasing this outright. I normally don't bring up price points, but I know that this is a deal breaker for a lot of people when it comes to extremely long running series.

Overall though, so far this is a fun series and one that I can easily recommend to light novel fans. It's a fairly good way to get new and reluctant readers to get started, but it's also the type of series I can see older readers getting into as well. Because it is a light novel it isn't going to be the most challenging read out there (most of you will knock this out in a day), but it's definitely a promising series.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful story! But minor translation issues (?) 20 juin 2015
Par Emir Sagala - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I actually started reading this series when it was still labeled as a legal translation in the website Baka-Tsuki. Using that as a comparison (though by no means am I denoting that one is better than the other), I have several opinions:

1. It might be an effect of reading Baka-Tsuki translations, but I find myself liking it more when the characters have their name kept in Japanese format (i.e Kamijou Touma or Misaka Mikoto). Reading 'Touma Kamijou' or 'Mikoto Misaka' still needs a bit of adaptation on my part, but thankfully, it doesn't affect the story-reading all that much.

2. The YenPress translators have done a wonderful job. In and of itself, nearly all of the terms are cleverly inserted just as how I've read in Baka-Tsuki. I may like the term 'magician' the Baka-Tsuki translators use more than 'sorcerer' the YenPress translators use, but it's really just a matter of preference. I do, however, get confused when I read about the church terminology. Apparently, they wrote 'Russian Catholic Church' and 'Roman Orthodox Church'. My first reaction was, "Eh? Isn't it the other way around?" because I'm pretty sure the correct terms are 'Russian Orthodox Church' and 'Roman Catholic Church'. Then again, I'm not that knowledgeable about that kind of stuff.

All in all, the translation's really the only thing I have minor (or rather, microscopic) issues with. The story's a great mesh between sci-fi and magic, and the author, Kamachi Kazuma, is really brilliant in his way to write the story in a detailed yet concise manner. I honestly thought I was reading a really interesting scientific paper the first time I started reading the series.

Great story! A must have in your collection!
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