Sword Art Online: Progressive, Vol. 1

Sword Art Online: Progressive, Vol. 1 By Reki Kawahara, Sword Art Online Progressive Vol There s no way to beat this game The only difference is when and where you die One month has passed since Akihiko Kayaba s deadly game began and the body count continues to rise Two thousand players
  • Title: Sword Art Online: Progressive, Vol. 1
  • Author: Reki Kawahara
  • ISBN: 9780316259361
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sword Art Online: Progressive, Vol. 1 By Reki Kawahara, There s no way to beat this game The only difference is when and where you die One month has passed since Akihiko Kayaba s deadly game began, and the body count continues to rise Two thousand players are already dead.Kirito and Asuna are two very different people, but they both desire to fight alone Nonetheless, they find themselves drawn together to face challenges There s no way to beat this game The only difference is when and where you die One month has passed since Akihiko Kayaba s deadly game began, and the body count continues to rise Two thousand players are already dead.Kirito and Asuna are two very different people, but they both desire to fight alone Nonetheless, they find themselves drawn together to face challenges from both within and without Given that the entire virtual world they now live in has been created as a deathtrap, the surviving players of Sword Art Online are starting to get desperate, and desperation makes them dangerous to loners like Kirito and Asuna As it becomes clear that solitude equals suicide, will the two be able to overcome their differences to find the strength to believe in each other, and in so doing survive Sword Art Online Progressive is a new version of the Sword Art Online tale that starts at the beginning of Kirito and Asuna s epic adventure on the very first level of the deadly world of Aincrad
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      Kawahara Reki is the writer of Sword Art Online and Accel World He also uses the pen name Kunori Fumio His hobby is cycling.

    335 thoughts on “Sword Art Online: Progressive, Vol. 1”

    1. I really enjoyed this one It s fleshing out a bunch of the first time skip from the first novel.I hope book two gets delivered today so I can see what s going to happen on the third floor.

    2. Sword Art Online Progressive 001, by Reki Kawahara The first time I heard about Sword Art Online was from a buddy I play MMOs with He recommended SAO and the rest is history I love Sword Art Online I think the animation is beautiful, I thought the idea was clever, but, especially after reading the original short story, I thought it was lacking in the narrative part Progressive 001 fixes this This first book covers floors 1 and 2 the bossfight with the Kobold Lord and Taurus King a boss fight not [...]

    3. The image of Asuna racing, hair rippling in the wind, was like a shooting star in the midst of the dungeon e could have one day led an enormous guild and been a leader to the player population Like a shooting star, endlessly lighting up the sky of this dark, hopeless game of death I first got into SAO at my husband s suggestion He explained the premise the players of a virtual reality game get imprisoned inside the game Their lives are tied to their avatars If they die in the game, they truly di [...]

    4. I think this is a really awesome book This book sends me into that world where the story takes place This book s is genre is probably Sci Fi, Romance and Adventure The book is about a 16 year old about teenager called Kirito who was trapped in a game called Sword Art Online eith other 10,000 players He has to survive, clear the game up to the 100th floor and if a player dies in the game, well no respawn for you in game and you die in real life.The story takes place in the world of Aincrad The na [...]

    5. THIS WAS AWESOME DI loved this even than the original series Though that may very well be because of how many times I ve experienced the main storyline now Which is about 5 or 6 It was awesome getting to see Kirito and Asuna from pretty much the very beginning of the game In this series, Asuna reeeeeally reminds me of Taiga from the manga anime Toradora , and I really love how much detail Reki puts into his light novels I m a pretty big video game lover, so I eat all the gamer talk and descript [...]

    6. Although the relationship between Kirito and Asuna is developed a bit quickly than it is in the original SAO novel, I really love that Kawahara is retelling the story of SAO floor by floor I felt like both in the novel and in the anime it was a bit rushed, that there was to this story then what we were reading seeing I mean to be trapped for two years in a virtual world I couldn t help but feel like there were moments that could have been revealed to us to really give us a larger perspective [...]

    7. Omgs what can I say about this manga , I absolutely adore it , the way Kirito and Asuna are portrayed as characters is really empowering, and they just make the perfect team They really are a piece in a pot I love the sarcasm in this manga, I for one am fluent in sarcasm lol , I have red and watch the series, and yes manga is way better than the series One difference I have to point out between the two is the way kirito is in the series and on the manga , in the series he s of a badass, then in [...]

    8. This book is divided into 3 parts 1st floor 5 Origin of the Rat 2 2nd floor 3.5 At first I considered skipping these books as I have read the original SAO books, but to be honest, SAOP adds a lot of world building Kirito isn t OP at this point, and it s interesting to see what the other players were doing and how they impacted Kirito s progress.Also, we get some chapters from Asuna s point of view which is also fresh.So, is it the BEST SOA book NoShould you skip them if you read SAO NoIs it a f [...]

    9. Trapped in a video game where death in the game means death in the real world I ve seen the Netflix series of this already, but the extra detail and background here is awesome Some transitions were sudden to the point where a new scene would begin and it would take me a second to notice This could probably be normal for image grid novels, but it still threw me off a bit Reading from right to left also takes some getting used to A solid quick read.

    10. This book was exactly what I was hoping it would be I loved SAO the show but I was hoping for something that gave details and filled in the time gaps This does exactly that with great stories and details into the first 2 floors Can t wait to read the rest of the Progressive stories that are out now.

    11. I think if I wouldn t have watched the first season of SAO, then much of the book wouldn t have made sense but I did watch the first season With that in mind, I really enjoyed this light novel I enjoyed the extra depth on various processes and topics I won t be reading past this book, however.

    12. I loved this book I hope this new series is popular so he keeps writing them, because I loved all the new detail to the story.

    13. The original SAO is such a frustrating series The premise is golden 10,000 people trapped inside a virtual reality MMORPG with no way out but to defeat the game s final boss but if their character dies along the way, their brain gets fried in real life as well The initial set of characters kick ass Klein the elite guildmaster who leads his men through countless battles without any casualties, Agil the trader who keeps the front lines supplied with the best weapons, and Asuna an amazing female wa [...]

    14. First off, I ll admit the whole reason I ve ever gotten into this series is because of the rather lackluster anime adaptation, of which I haven t seen the second season of If only because I only want to read the novels It was only afterwards I sought out fan translations of the light novels and, a while later, Yen Press s English localization Still not the best story ever, and in a way just a over glorified fantasy story, but the novels did it so much better in other words, the anime disappoints [...]

    15. Note, this is a review for the official Yen Press translation of this volume to English, not the original Japanese edition or a fan translation The best way to describe SAO Progressive as a series is that it s a reboot of the Aincrad arc, which is or less the first two volumes of the main series covered in much detail Essentially, the goal , realistic or not, is to cover the clearing of all 75 floors one by one Right now it s hard to say how much it s going to conflict with the main series, si [...]

    16. In SummaryThe SAO franchise for the most part follows Kirito s perspective so Progressive will be a treat for Asuna fans It doesn t add much in terms of major Aincrad events, but it does fill in Asuna centric details that weren t in the anime or Sword Art Online Aincrad When you consider that Asuna entered SAO unfamiliar with even the basics of RPG party combat, her rise to the top of the Aincrad lineup is as extraordinary as Kirito s solo feats, and I look forward to discovering about her jour [...]

    17. The book i have read Is Sword Art Online SAO it is an anime and graphic novel or also know as a manga in japan The genes of this book are Magic, game, fantasy, action, romance, graphic novel and drama This is a good series of books and it s not a heavy read it would be very easy to read if you you hate long paragraphs You should read this book because it s a good book that most will enjoy I will also tell you why you should try to read this book because This book is about a ttenager in japan nam [...]

    18. in depth light novel giving insight into the characters, with some graphic novel pages, similar to the anime, but gives extra storylines A nice light novel that gives adventure to the mind and keeps adding to the beginning of the story

    19. I received a copy of this book from in exchange for an honest review.I went into this book knowing nothing about the rest of the series The characters and storylines are set up in a way that no background knowledge is required and this book can be read without having any previous knowledge of SAO.This was a really cool concept for a series and it was played out in an interesting way The combination of game setup, upgrading, and boss fights make it feel like playing a game, but still contains eno [...]

    20. This is the story of SAO retold from the start This first volume starts with Level 1 and 2, the story of level one is essentially episode 2 of the anime Bi ta Level 2 is a new story about weapons fraud it is interesting than it sounds.Kawahara s intention is write level by level stories, and to expand the understanding of the game engine and minor characters In this book the stand out minor character is Argo the information trader we see briefly in The Red Nosed Reindeer, and we learn about Ki [...]

    21. This is book was about all of these civilians getting trapped in a mmorpg meaning a massively multiplayer online role playing game called sword art online aincrad The main character Kirito has to go on a brave journey to fight his way all the way up to 100th floor of aincrad On the side of his journey meets many new friends like Klein, Silica, Asuna, and so many Finally he finds the creator of the mmorpg and slays him And if you die in game you die in real life irl.This book was really nice Yes [...]

    22. Kirito and Asuna must fight to survive the death game Sword Art Online has become If you read the original light novel then you ll notice some changes in the storyline, but I assure you major events have not changed and they make it a better read A fan of video games, especially MMOs, will enjoy this series.This book will take you through floors one and two of Aincrad I like being able to see the development of the world, and the use of lingo used by gamers worldwide Seeing the day to day life a [...]

    23. This story takes place entirely inside of a computer game Sword Art Online and follows the first adventures of Kirito and Asuna during their first meeting and subsequent partnership in the game Sword Art Online is the name of a game created by Akihiko Kayaba and during the beta run, Kirito played But when he, and thousands of other people, joined the pay to play game, something horrible happened all the players became stuck in this virtual reality game And, worse, it seems like the only way to g [...]

    24. Basically, this is a revision of the original SAO, chronicalling how Kirito and Asuna advanced through the game level by level I have to admit I like the idea of going back to fill in the blanks of the original SAO story, which jumped around in time alot, but I DO have a few issues with this book.Retconning Asuna and Kirito s first meeting to one where he saves her annoys me It makes her just another damsel in distress, instead of the high level, capable fighter we see in the first SAO Worse, sh [...]

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