Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Rise Of Kyoshi (The Kyoshi Novels)
ISBN: 1419740954
EAN13: 9781419740954
Language: English
Pages: 464
Weight: 1 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

From the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender comes the instant USA Today and New York Times bestselling novel starring Avatar Kyoshi--now in paperback

After years of searching for the next Avatar, the four nations have found peace with Avatar Yun--until Kyoshi, Yun's friend and servant, demonstrates remarkable bending abilities herself. With the identity of the true Avatar After nine years of desperate searching for the next Avatar, the discovery of young, charming Avatar Yun has brought stability to the four nations--that is, until Earth Kingdom-born Kyoshi, Yun's unassuming friend and servant, demonstrates remarkable bending during a mission to the South Pole. With the identity of the true Avatar at stake and the growing unrest among her allies turning into violence, Kyoshi is forced to flee the Avatar mansion with her fiery friend Rangi, taking little more than the metal war fans and headdress her parents left behind.
It isn't easy finding Avatar training on the run, but Kyoshi and Rangi find unlikely supporters in the daofei: ragtag criminals and outlaws living in the shadows of the Earth Kingdom. Torn between following the traditional path of an Avatar and seeking vengeance for those she has lost, Kyoshi struggles to accept her newfound power as she trains in secret. But while Kyoshi, Rangi, and her daofei friends face Read More chevron_right

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5
   Simply put this does to young adult fiction what Phil Collins did for the Tarzan soundtrack.
It didn't have to be this well composed, Mr. Rule told the judge. Very surprised by the respect for the source material and how compelling it is. Whether you're a die-hard or just looking for a solid read this will hit the mark.
 
5
   Surprisingly incredibly good!
Honestly, I didn't expect to like it but as a fan I wanted to read it even if I had to cringe and slog through it. Imagine my surprise when it turns out it was one of the best novels I've read in years! It's just that they call it quits."
 
5
   Don’t have to be familiar with avatar to be enjoyed
I love Atla, but this book series really stands in a league of its own. If you have never seen the show, I fully believe that you could enjoy this if you have never watched it.
 
3
   Mediocre Writing at Best
I just finished reading the whole series and I have to say I'm disappointed with the rollercoaster writing, Mary. The book is a struggle to set the appropriate tone and pacing. At times it is difficult to understand exactly what is happening and the climax of the book seems rushed and is mostly irrelevant to the conclusion.
 
5
   Couldn't put it down!
At a time in my life when I have to read in bits on my lunch break at work or on a bus, I had to make time to stop and keep on reading. Can't wait to get started!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
5
   sapphic sapphic sapphic
I've always found Kyoshi very interesting and wanted to learn more about her so I bought the books and I'm so glad I did it, said Gammerman.
 
3
   Love this world, BUT...
The whole thing is a travesty, said James Zilkhai, executive director of CBS Television's New York office. It didn't work in TLOK and it doesn't work here either. Outside of that, I'd say this is a good read. The insight into Kyoshi's temperament was priceless.
 
5
   Fan-tactic!
I have always been fascinated by Kyoshi's story, and getting to read about her origins was exhilarating! Even though I was pregnant, I absolutely loved every second of it. The product is highly recommended.
 
5
   A must-read for Avatar fans
Anyone who has seen The Last Airbender needs to read this. It was easy to read, and provided enough description of places in my head without bogging down the narrative. The book is also very true to the setting, they have clearly done the research and used DiMartino's involvement well. If you are not familiar with the Avatar setting, this may not be a very good read.
 
5
   basically a 3rd Avatar series.
It's almost like getting a third Avatar series. It has satisfied my more craving than the graphic novels ever had.
 
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