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Sword Art Online, Vol. 2: Aincrad Paperback – August 26, 2014
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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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I would definitely suggest this to any of my friends that like anime/manga!
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.
This whole book got me going throughout and never wanted to put it down. Even the death's of characters are devastating on the reader as they don't just die in someone's arms but immediately disperse into millions of pixels never to be seen from again. It makes you connect more with these characters and how they grasp for survival and understand why some will not engage in combat to get out of the game faster.
Asuna's character isn't entirely developed in this book, but Kirito's is, and you find out everything you need to know about him.
I give this 4 stars because....I don't know why I just don't deem it perfect. But it is worth the read if you want the setting of a fantasy that reminds it self that it's all a video game simulation.