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Sword Art Online Vol 06 Phantom Bullet Sword Art Online Light Novel #6And Sinon the sniper girl have made it to the finals and the reality of what they discover is stranger than anything they could've prep. This was the longest so far in the Sword Art Online light novels but I think I read it the fastest This book wraps up the Gun Gale Online story arc with the Bullet of Bullets and the mystery of Death Gun GGO is the reward for making it through the Fairy Dance arc It's absolutely filled with action and it was almost impossible to put down

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In an effort to discover the truth behind Death Gun Kirito has entered the Bullet of Bullets tournament in Gun Gale Online and both he. It's been a while since I read the first five books of this series so apparently the love has worn off a bitThat's not to say that I didn't enjoy this book I did I read all but the first chapter today It was uite nice I haven't been reading enough lately My poor soul is starved for the written word so I did enjoy just curling up with several cups of tea and reading the whole book in one sittingBut no I was not as enthralled with this one as with the prior ones I had one big problem with itAsuna and Kirito have Yui who was a literal part of the programming of Aincrad Couldn't Kirito have just gone to Yui and asked her to list the names of the people who were in the laughing coffin guild For that matter as soon as he figured out that Death Gun was a former laughing coffin member wouldn't the smart thing been to have gathered together everyone from SAO and brainstormed together to figure out who he was That would have been a far smarter and less risky way of handling the situation and would have had the added benefit of possibly being faster than trying to resolve everything alone as is Kirito's penchantOn the other hand I uite enjoyed the ethical dilemma inherent to this particular story Perhaps it is my American side coming out but I simply cannot imagine anyone calling an 11 year old girl who kills an armed robber a murderer Especially not one that has already killed someone That's solidly self defense to my pragmatic mind I can see an 11 year old girl accusing herself of that though and I thought the anxiety and stress that the author portrayed in Shino's character was uite well done I couldn't have imagined such anxiety provoked by the mere thought of a gun before I read this book but the human mind is capable of doing really strange things to itself and I was persuaded that such a thing could happen What I thought was the best part of this book was the last page where Kirito uoted the nurse and said that a person has the right to consider the lives of the people they save and not just the lives of those they have killed I thought that was an excellent piece of advice and one that should be given to those who serve in our police departments and our armed forces Listening to the recriminations that Kirito and Shino piled on themselves reminded me of the feelings of anguish that poured out of the pages of American Sniper and from the podcast 'This is War' This book kind of fell flat because although the author is uite imaginative sometimes the imagination of someone who has grown up in a peaceful environment just cannot attain the same level of impact as someone who has actually carried the guilt of taking dozens of lives Kawahara didn't capture the feelings of guilt recrimination and despair completely but he did catch a reflection of them and I thought his way of handling it was a legitimate way of dealing with those feelings Someone who takes the life of someone who is evil has not necessarily done something 'good they have still killed someone they have still stained their soul with something indelibly evilbut they have the right to consider all the lives that they have saved and I don't think that anyone that has not been in that situation themselves necessarily has the right to judge them for that decision

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Read ✓ Sword Art Online, Vol. 06: Phantom Bullet (Sword Art Online Light Novel, #6) 106 ï In an effort to discover the truth behind Death Gun Kirito has entered the Bullet of Bullets tournament in Gun Gale Online and both he and Sinon the sniper girl have made it to the finals and the realiAred for Lives are on the line once again as Sinon is forced to face her own past but can Death Gun's bizarre rampage be stopped in tim. 45 stars are in orderGeez this took me longer than necessary I don't know why I wanted to take it slow with this one when there was a lot of action in itI jumped back into this series after years of being away from my physical copy of the book which only has 294 pgs and not 304 I want to say that I didn't notice any OOC moments with Kirito or anyone but man for some reason Kirito seems cockier than I remember At the same time we went on a journey with ShinoSinon She really did grow a lot in one book alone And I feel I grew with her and closer to her most of all in this one book alone There were times when I felt that the writing was going smoothly especially toward the beginning but toward the last chapters there were some details that should've been crunched down for pacing And I did appreciate the uick summary in the first chapter or two for a reader like me who had been away from the story but of course it did bog down on me as it seemed each chapter liked to sum things up from its predecessor Otherwise this was a great seuel to the SAO series and I'm looking forward to the next one already on its way to my door I'd definitely recommend for sci fi fans light novel readers or someone looking to jump into the light novelanime world with a great series