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Linked up and logged into the deadly VMMORPG "Sword Art Online" in both the real and virtual worlds, Kirito is stuck in a hell of one man's making, and like everyone else, unable to escape until the game is beaten. But while some players are crippled by fear and others throw themselves into completing the game, still others relax into everyday life in the face of their cruel predicament and live to the best of their ability...laughing, crying, but always enjoying the game. Among them are four women who make a mark upon the solo adventurer that Kirito has become: Silica, the beast-tamer; Lisbeth, the blacksmith; Yui, the mysterious orphan; and the tragic Sachi, never to be forgotten by the black swordsman...

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Reki Kawahara is an award winning author best known for his light novel series, Sword Art Online and Accel World.

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Qui ne c'est jamais demandé ce qui c'était passé entre le début de SAO et l'histoire décrite à partir du 74e pallier ?
Dans ce recueil, l'auteur nous plonge dans 4 moment clé de la vie de Kirito au cours de sa deuxième année dans le monde d'Aincrad.
Idée très intéressante, à part pour l'histoire approfondie de la rencontre de Kirito avec Sachi, toute les histoires sont décrite du point de vu du personnage secondaire (Silica, Lisbeth et Asuna). Ce qui donne encore plus de profondeurs à ces personnage, tout en donnant une nouvelle vision de Kirito.

Un indispensable pour tout ceux qui ont aimer Sword Art Online
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I was surprised by the carvings of episodes in SAO anime, but they just follow the novels. So the novel Volume 1& 2 correspond of the first twelve episodes of SAO anime. The volume 1 correspond to the main story and volume 2 is a succession of short stories.

You just have minors variations between the novels and the anime, however it worth reads the novel. You need to have a good command of english in oder to appreciate it.

I will buy the volume 3.
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HASH(0x96e36060) étoiles sur 5 Four Excellent Novellas 10 septembre 2014
Par Solitary Recluse - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The second light novel in Reki Kawahara's Sword Art Online series is very different than the first, but in some ways even better. The first novel was a standalone story, not even intended to become a series. Book two is a set of 4 novellas that he added to fill in some of the time-skip that was present in the first novel. One major criticism of the first novel with that time-skip, was that the lead character, Kirito, did not get to experience a character arc showing him changing as he spent years inside of the Virtual World. Book 2 helps to fix this by showing him at different points, experiencing friendship, happiness, family, and sorrow. It is also different with two of the four novellas being written from different points of view. If you are familiar with the Anime, these four were all interwoven into the plot from the first book. Personally, I find they work better on their own. Here's a brief summery and review of each one.

1. The Black Swordsman - Written from the point of view of a young girl, Silica, the story is about the loss of her dragon companion and the boy who helps her in a quest to revive it. 8/10 - Well written with an interesting twist at the end.

2. Warmth of the Heart - Written from the point of view of an older girl, Lisbeth, this story contains much humor and the start of romance while on an adventure to find materials to construct an exceptional sword. 9/10 - A story that can make you laugh and cry with what might have been.

3. The Girl in the Morning Dew - Set between chapters 17 and 18 of the first novel while Kirito and Asuna are resting on a lower floor after their in game marriage, this story starts as a slice of life tale before jumping into the mysterious appearance of a young child in the middle of the woods. 6/10 - The story drags a bit in my opinion, but it sets up a recurring character who has a greater impact in the next book.

4. Red-Nosed Reindeer - In chapter 14 of the first book, we were introduced to Kirito's first guild, the Moonlit Black Cats, and the girl he cared about, Sachi. Those 2 pages are expanded here along with a special Christmas quest. The story more than any other explains Kirito in a way that no other does. 10/10 - Simply amazing. This story is what made me love this series. Incredible.
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HASH(0x96e362ac) étoiles sur 5 You'll be coming back for more! 27 février 2015
Par ChibiNeko - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have to admit that I'm still pleasantly surprised by this series, as I wasn't expecting to like the first volume and I was also somewhat unsure that I'd like the continuing volumes of the series since I don't always like ongoing series. However this really is a good follow-up to the first volume in that readers could still read this and not have to worry about continuing the series if they didn't want to (although odds are that you probably will).

Rather than have a volume with one story straight through, this is a collection of several shorter stories that center around Kirito's interactions with others during his time in SOA (so it's somewhat of a prequel instead of a sequel). I will admit that anyone familiar with the typical tropes of Japanese works of this nature (anime, manga, light novel) will be able to predict how many of these will end for the most part, but knowing the destination of the short stories doesn't ruin the enjoyment of them. They're just nice light stories that make for a pleasant read. I will say, however, that if you didn't like the first volume then odds are that you probably won't enjoy this one much more since it's the same type of dynamic here. Things will change up slightly in the next volume since the game field is also changing, but for now this volume's plot and motivations are the same as the ones in volume 1.

Now many may be tempted to skip this in order to start reading the second part of the SOA story that begins with volume 3, but I'd like to caution you against that since this volume does introduce a few characters that will show up in volume 3. (I peeked.) Odds are that the future volumes will include a slight back story about these characters since the light novel magazines are somewhat used to having people jump into a series mid-stride, but it's just better to read this and have the complete story as you go along. Plus the volume is just fun.

For parents: This volume is pretty low key when it comes to the topics of violence and sex. It's fairly chaste when it comes to sex, much like the first volume, but there are some extremely mild loli jokes in one of the stories that are played for laughs. (No sex is mentioned, mostly it's just laughing at the idea that people might mistake Kirito for an admirer.) Violence-wise there is your typical game-type violence, although there is a mention of death in the final story since they bring up Kirito's old guild, but it's nothing gratuitous.
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HASH(0x96e364ec) étoiles sur 5 Great book for the SAO fan! 5 septembre 2014
Par Chex mex - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If your a fan of the anime, this book is great! More detail in the girls Kirito meets and more!
Just remember this is not the main story, these are the side stories with the girls like Yui, Liz, Sachi, and Silica.
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HASH(0x96e36690) étoiles sur 5 Great Sequel 23 mai 2015
Par Poet4life - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book....oh my gosh this book. It was AMAZING as the first. I was highly looking forward to it, and got it as soon as it came out.

The four stories are just amazing, my favorite being the red nosed reindeer. Seriously, I was near tears at the end, and the drawing just made me more emotional. I even went so far as to say, "My little Kirito." I generally dub characters as 'mine' when they make me really emotional. I LOVED the development we saw in Kirito in this book.

I highly recommend it.
HASH(0x96e36a68) étoiles sur 5 An Emotional Joy Ride. 27 janvier 2015
Par Drew Tynan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Wow what an emotion ride this book was. Sword Art Online : Volume 1 was such an amazing light novel. I absolutely loved it. Though there was a big time jump at the beginning of the book. Volume 2 definitely helps to fill it in. This book is not a continuation but are the side quests of Kirito told from other character's point of view. At first I was hesitant to read it cause I wanted the continuation but once I picked it up i did not put it down. I read it in one reading. I must say how emotional it was. I laughed & cried. I'm a 30 year old man with a heart of stone so if this book can touch my heart the way it did then I know it will touch your heart as well.

The characters that you're introduced to in this book you immediately can't help but love. It's told from their point of view and they talk about their encounter with Kirito from their point of view. Which is actually really fun cause you get to see how mysterious Kirito really is and also how bad ass he really is. The last story is told from Kiritos point of view and you get to see the struggles that he's going through with the game of Sword Art Online. And wow, I can't help but say how emotional it was. The writer makes you really feel for him. Infact, the writer really makes you feel for all the characters. What an amazing job the writer did with this book. I wasn't too thrilled with my expectations for the 3rd book cause I haven't read it yet but the premise didn't seem too promising. Though after reading the first 2 books, especially volume 2, I now have complete faith in this writer and trust that my expectations for the third book will not only be met but be far exceeded then what I can even imagine. Now I'm on to read book 3.
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