Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Shadow Of Kyoshi
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Shadow Of Kyoshi
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Shadow Of Kyoshi
ISBN: 1419735055
EAN13: 9781419735059
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 21, 2020
Pages: 368
Dimensions: 1" H x 8.25" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 1.737243 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

An instant New York Times bestseller

The epic, can't-miss follow-up to the New York Times bestselling Avatar, The Last Airbender: The Rise of Kyoshi

Kyoshi's place as the true Avatar has finally been cemented--but at a heavy cost. With her mentors gone, Kyoshi voyages across the Four Nations, struggling to keep the peace. But while her reputation grows, a mysterious threat emerges from the Spirit World. To stop it, Kyoshi, Rangi, and their reluctant allies must join forces before the Four Nations are destroyed irreparably. This thrilling follow-up continues Kyoshi's journey from a girl of humble origins to the merciless pursuer of justice still feared and admired centuries after becoming the Avatar.

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   Good addition to the ATLA universe
Good writing is a great addition to the ATLA universe. As with the rise of Kyoshi, I really enjoyed the little more than pg's fightingdeath scenes.
   Bold, Bloody, and Complex
Yee captures the world even more vividly than the original show by casting a light on misadventure politics and chasing morally ambiguous plots.
Can 't wait for the next one! What is next for Rangi and Kyoshi? We learn more about previous avatar cycles?
   So Worth the Read
Excellent sequel to the Rise of Lee, I have fallen in love with the series and Kyoshi'writing and hope the story continues for a few more novels.
   Totally Great book
I really enjoyed how they portrayed Yun in this book, unlike other cartoons, where characters come back from trauma with absolutely no permanent effects ''.
   Amazing read
We learned a lot more about them and how they are not perfect. Kyoshi is an admirable and relatable avatar!
Naturally, there isn 't as much intrigue as from the self-discovery nature of the first book. Kiyoshi also does not come across the way I pictured it until the very end, I guess. Kiyoshi lacks the action of the first book, too. The non-creative names of the produce and animals continually irked me. I also don 't like... the gushy and sometimes whiny emotional way the writing becomes when presenting Kiyoshis inner thoughts. I thought it was still a decent read.
   Entrapping book
This book covers you if I'm so that you can not put it down. There will be future books like this!
   Great follow up to Rise
This book did an excellent job of grabbing up where Rise picked up Kyoshi and furthering the story, adding on the way to the lore of the ATLA universe. Whereas Rise showed us a Kyoshi who was later unknown and therefore mostly underpowered, Shadow demonstrates the early days of Kyoshi's ruthlessness that mostly comes to rule her image of herself from the ATLA universe as the Avatar and with the friendships she has made on the way. I highly recommend reading these books and I hope that Yee writes more about Kyoshi. Yee is a very talented author who has a truly deep understanding of the ATLA universe and has contributed as much or more to its lore than the original series.
   Great Sequel (No Spoilers)
The plot twists so many! Sometimes certain books have too absurd of plot twists that aren 't believable at all, but the insane twists in this series have hints before you get to them. Not enough that you know what is coming, but just the right amount to make you say, Oh my God! I really hope there is a third book because although there is not too much of a cliffhanger, the ending was far from satisfying, if it was the end of the series.