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Kirito and Sinon's battle with Death Gun is over, but mere weeks later, something strange is afoot in the next-generation VRMMO ALfheim Online. A new duelist with a custom sword skill is defeating all comers--including Kirito! But when Asuna goes to face this duelist, she receives something she never expected: an invitation to an exclusive guild! But what is their aim? The Kirito and Sinon's battle with Death Gun is over, but mere weeks later, something strange is afoot in the next-generation VRMMO ALfheim Online. A new duelist with a custom sword skill is defeating all comers--including Kirito! But when Asuna goes to face this duelist, she receives something she never expected: an invitation to an exclusive guild! But what is their aim? The Mother's Rosario arc begins!


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Kirito and Sinon's battle with Death Gun is over, but mere weeks later, something strange is afoot in the next-generation VRMMO ALfheim Online. A new duelist with a custom sword skill is defeating all comers--including Kirito! But when Asuna goes to face this duelist, she receives something she never expected: an invitation to an exclusive guild! But what is their aim? The Kirito and Sinon's battle with Death Gun is over, but mere weeks later, something strange is afoot in the next-generation VRMMO ALfheim Online. A new duelist with a custom sword skill is defeating all comers--including Kirito! But when Asuna goes to face this duelist, she receives something she never expected: an invitation to an exclusive guild! But what is their aim? The Mother's Rosario arc begins!

30 review for Sword Art Online: Mother's Rosary, Vol. 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jerry

    I had a little trouble understanding this, but I enjoyed the artwork and the action.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Joanna

    This only lost a star cause it as hard for me to get into. I topped after the second chapter before the duel and I was just like 'I have other books to read that are due back soon to the library. I can't spend time on this.' Either way I decided to hunker down and get through it and I am glad. It did remind me of why I love SAO. It reminded me of what these character had to overcome to get to this point where they can play freely without fear. It was just good. Hope you enjoy it too. This only lost a star cause it as hard for me to get into. I topped after the second chapter before the duel and I was just like 'I have other books to read that are due back soon to the library. I can't spend time on this.' Either way I decided to hunker down and get through it and I am glad. It did remind me of why I love SAO. It reminded me of what these character had to overcome to get to this point where they can play freely without fear. It was just good. Hope you enjoy it too.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ian yarington

    I was lucky enough to win this in the giveaways and I'm very happy I did, this style of manga is very much my kind of manga compared to others. The action and sword duels are fun, the main character Kirito is easy to get behind, and the world is interesting enough to keep me wondering and keep me turning pages. I was lucky enough to win this in the giveaways and I'm very happy I did, this style of manga is very much my kind of manga compared to others. The action and sword duels are fun, the main character Kirito is easy to get behind, and the world is interesting enough to keep me wondering and keep me turning pages.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jamarii

    In my own opinion I thought the storyline for sword art online kinda background information was a little long it might be just for people who just started the series but it still took a large majority of the book away. It was kind of a refresher or just like a quick summary on the whole saga.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ambryarock

    4.5/5 -- Début d'ARC très sympa, ca fait du bien de se remémorer ce qui se passe dans l'anime! J'ai un peu moins aimé les dessins de ce tome par rapport à l'arc Phantom Bullet mais sinon l'histoire est toujours aussi prenante!! 4.5/5 -- Début d'ARC très sympa, ca fait du bien de se remémorer ce qui se passe dans l'anime! J'ai un peu moins aimé les dessins de ce tome par rapport à l'arc Phantom Bullet mais sinon l'histoire est toujours aussi prenante!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Juliana Barajas

    Interesante!!!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Irene Romo

    Me encanta este arco y no pude resistirme a comprar el manga cuando lo vi. Me ha encantado recordar estos personajes tan maravillosos. Asuma y Yuuki enamoran. Estoy deseando leer la segunda parte.

  8. 5 out of 5

    S.Q. Eries

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In Summary The back cover touts SAO’s tagline: This might be a game, but it’s not something you play. However, this particular arc might be the closest to simply “playing” in the SAO franchise. There’s no “game of death,” no players forcibly trapped in a coma, no real world PK-ing. And that might just make this storyline the most relatable of the bunch. Asuna’s still showing some impressive swordplay, but as she embarks on a new ALO quest with new friends, her struggles are shaping up to be inter In Summary The back cover touts SAO’s tagline: This might be a game, but it’s not something you play. However, this particular arc might be the closest to simply “playing” in the SAO franchise. There’s no “game of death,” no players forcibly trapped in a coma, no real world PK-ing. And that might just make this storyline the most relatable of the bunch. Asuna’s still showing some impressive swordplay, but as she embarks on a new ALO quest with new friends, her struggles are shaping up to be internal rather than external ones. The Review Mother’s Rosary, like Progressive, is an Asuna-centric series in the Sword Art Online franchise. This story, however, takes place well after Aincrad. In fact, it takes place after the events of GGO. As such, we see Asuna not as “The Flash” nor the damsel in distress at the top of the World Tree but as a teenage girl living life in the real world. Unfortunately, despite all it took to get her out of SAO and then ALO, Asuna doesn’t return to a happily ever after. Certainly, she has Kirito’s devotion, but his love isn’t sufficient to erase her problems. Rather, another person’s lack of love threatens to negate the good in Asuna’s life. Enter Asuna’s mom, otherwise known as the Queen of Tiger Moms. You’d think that she’d have sympathy for a daughter that got trapped in multiple life/death situations and narrowly avoided an arranged marriage to a creepy psychopath. But no. Rather, she acts as if the damage that their family’s company suffered on account of Sugou’s diabolical scheme (in Fairy Dance) is Asuna’s fault. While Mrs. Yuuki’s a bit extreme in her lack of empathy, her insistence on controlling every single aspect of Asuna’s life is bound to strike a chord with a lot of readers. As such, New Aincrad, which is based off the virtual world that once held Asuna captive, becomes her place of escape. Even so, she can’t fully forget her problems, and the creators do a wonderful job at expressing her despair at the disparity between her real and online selves. And that’s the situation when a mysterious new duelist arrives in New Aincrad. Enticing other players to fight with the prize of an eleven-hit original swordskill, Absolute Sword defeats all comers with ease. When even Kirito fails in his attempt, an intrigued Asuna decides to try the challenge herself. Her reaction when she discovers Absolute Sword is a cute girl is a bit overdone; after all, Kirito passed for a “cute girl” in GGO. But then the narrative dives into the more important questions of why Absolute Sword is so strong and what she’s trying to accomplish. Absolute Sword quickly decides to include Asuna in her plans, and while those plans don’t require Asuna to put her life on the line, impossible is a pretty good descriptor for Absolute Sword’s goal. By the way, the artwork is done by Tsubasa Haduki, who produced the Fairy Dance series. So if you liked Haduki-sensei’s fairy characters, you’ll see a lot more in Mother’s Rosary, although they’re now flying against an Aincrad backdrop. Extras include embedded Background Guide notes, extra episode, afterward manga, and the title page and table of contents printed in color. For more manga and book reviews, drop by my blog Keeping It In Canon!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Bynjermyn

    So first it starts off with them in a video game and it talks about their NerveGear. Then it goes to they get teleported to the main bottom floor and a dark hooded figure appears and talks about how their trapped. So a quick summary is they’re trapped inside the game called SAO. and so they have to find a way out and if they die in the game they die in the real world. And so they have to make it to floor 100 and beat the final boss to win the full game and get out. The “theme” of this book is tha So first it starts off with them in a video game and it talks about their NerveGear. Then it goes to they get teleported to the main bottom floor and a dark hooded figure appears and talks about how their trapped. So a quick summary is they’re trapped inside the game called SAO. and so they have to find a way out and if they die in the game they die in the real world. And so they have to make it to floor 100 and beat the final boss to win the full game and get out. The “theme” of this book is that usually when gamers play video games they have an entirely different personality then in the real world. And even though hard things will come your way you have to keep pushing through them in the end. And that cheating is not a good thing to do. On page 32 of Reki Kawahara’s book Sword Art Online Kirito says “There was none of Kirito’s previous heroic look. The face I saw in the mirror, was the real-face I’d been trying to escape.” (138) “how could i describe it? A moment of time stolen from me perhaps.” I really personally like the plot and how the book is. I also like the characters how they react at the beginning and how i can relate. I like the style and how it is like a video game. I don’t like on how it skips a huge part of the first year at the beginning. I also don’t like how it perspective of the other characters to Kirito.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kris Zamudio

    Reki Kawahara, en colaboracion con Tsubasa Haduki (responsable de ilustrar el manga) nos traen una fantastica historia basada, en su mayoria, por los personajes: Asuna y Yuuki "Absolute Sword", embarcandose en una nueva aventura por el mundo de ALO. Este primer volumen inicio bastante bien: buen diseño de personajes, las pausas que tienen en algunas paginas, una historia que te atrapa desde sus primeras paginas, en fin, me gusto bastante. Eso si, para poder entender la historia, tienen que leerse Reki Kawahara, en colaboracion con Tsubasa Haduki (responsable de ilustrar el manga) nos traen una fantastica historia basada, en su mayoria, por los personajes: Asuna y Yuuki "Absolute Sword", embarcandose en una nueva aventura por el mundo de ALO. Este primer volumen inicio bastante bien: buen diseño de personajes, las pausas que tienen en algunas paginas, una historia que te atrapa desde sus primeras paginas, en fin, me gusto bastante. Eso si, para poder entender la historia, tienen que leerse la saga de Aincrad, pues se hace menciones de dicha saga. Espero leerme ya el segundo volumen.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nic

    Spoilers ahead! I love that Asuna, using strategy, does better at dueling Absolute Sword than Kirito did. Kirito is so powerful in the SAO series that sometimes I find it annoying - and even in this volume, they kind of waffle about whether he was really trying his hardest against Absolute Sword (he didn't use his dual-sword skill, for instance). Still, it's nice to see a situation where he doesn't crush his opponent with ease, and then cool to see that Asuna is actually more effective than he wa Spoilers ahead! I love that Asuna, using strategy, does better at dueling Absolute Sword than Kirito did. Kirito is so powerful in the SAO series that sometimes I find it annoying - and even in this volume, they kind of waffle about whether he was really trying his hardest against Absolute Sword (he didn't use his dual-sword skill, for instance). Still, it's nice to see a situation where he doesn't crush his opponent with ease, and then cool to see that Asuna is actually more effective than he was. My full review of volumes 1-2 is up at No Flying No Tights.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Wow, Loved this volume and been really enjoying the Sword Art Online Manga and Anime series, omg so good!! Definitely recommend starting with the Aincrad manga volumes and watching the anime if you want to get into the SAO series! : )

  13. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

    Not a huge fan of the art style in this one, but it is my absolute favorite story arc thus far after the first one. I love that the spotlight is on Asuna and that she gets to be awesome. More character development is always a plus, as well.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Holly Letson

    3.5* --------------- I wanted to love this, and I honestly did - for the second half. However, her annoying mother that lives only to control her life in all ways possible made the first half a real struggle to get through.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)

    Another good volume. Liking the series so far.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Main

  17. 4 out of 5

    Quinnus

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ashton Moore

  19. 4 out of 5

    Blade Drowned

  20. 5 out of 5

    Veera

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mavel Diaz

  22. 5 out of 5

    Joel

  23. 5 out of 5

    Czarina Jane

  24. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Corbin

  25. 4 out of 5

    Aye Min Khant

  26. 4 out of 5

    joshua smarzinski

  27. 5 out of 5

    Marta

  28. 5 out of 5

    Emi

  29. 5 out of 5

    Liz Licata

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rob

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