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Product Details

  • Paperback: 80 pages
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Books; First Edition edition (July 23, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1616551909
  • ISBN-13: 978-1616551902
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,407 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By PaganMommy on July 17, 2013
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I was practically drooling by the time this got released. The oh-so-juicy twist at the end of the Search Part One had me begging for more.

With that said, I forgot to keep in mind that a third one has to come out as well. This means that they can't reveal too much in Part Two. Almost half the book is flashbacks and basically they confirmed everything they had set up about Lady Ursa and Prince Ozai. Nothing came as a surprise, but it was almost nice to have affirmation. It was like the author wanted to say, "yes, this is exactly what happened, you were right."

I did enjoy the ending. A trip into the spirit world is always welcome. And the spirit they introduced is really cool looking and I can't wait to find out what happens with her.

I was happy that the characters were staying true to who they are (something I thought was lacking in The Promise series). Zuko is the Zuko that I've grown to love (and fangirl over) to a tee.

Overall, it was a decent addition, but really leaves the readers itching for book three... which I guess is what they want you to do.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jordan Cunningham on July 10, 2013
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A must have for fans of the Avatar series. Very interesting side story that involves Zuko trying to find his mother. Very nice to have some knowledge of what took place during the 70 year gap between the 2 shows
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Xenomorph 117 on July 12, 2013
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The Search Part 2 continues where the last installment ended. I won't spoil anything but I like where this series is going. The mystery is intriguing and Azula, with her being unpredictable, adds a subtle tension throughout the comic. Fans of the show should definitely pick this up and I can't wait for part 3, where one of the longest standing questions will be revealed. What happened to Zuko's mom?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jason F. on November 12, 2013
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This features the same humor, artistry, and character crafting as the show. This particular installment manages to combine action and drama with the plot development. I expected a bridge between setup (Part 1) and conclusion (Part 3) where nothing much happens, but I was surprised by how much develops in such a short book.
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By AwesomeJohn22 on December 23, 2014
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As a huge fan of this series, though admittedly not until after the series had nearly ended on TV, I want to love every bit of ancillary Avatar: The Last Airbender fiction. I got so hyped for the live action movie, and was so let down. I wanted mote Avatar, more GOOD Avatar, and eventually went searching for news from the creators of the cartoon. That's when I stumbled on the existence of the comics, and I knew I had to buy them. So I gathered up old Amazon gift cards to alleviate the strain on my wallet, and bought The Promise and the first two parts of The Search (part three was not published yet) all at once, and I am so glad that I did. The art is beautiful, and the story so immediately captures the tone and pace of the cartoon that before long it was like watching the show again, which was in turn like revisiting an old friend.

Continuing where part one left off, this installment suffers a bit from the "middle installment syndrome" that is a necessary part of so many trilogies. It had a lot to set up, and did this effectively, but it didn't actually resolve anything. Also, while this isn't glaring enough that I would lower my score over it, I thought the foreshadowing for the big twist in the next installment (you'll see what I mean if you read these) was a slight bit too heavy-handed, as I caught on immediately. Of course this could just be something that I picked on for some inexplicable reason that no one else would, so this complaint might not even be valid. Either way, this comic is as much a must have for fans of the series as any of them are.
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Every time I sit down to read one of these for the first time I end up smiling and squeeing like a freaking lunatic. It's honestly hard not to. The show left off with most of the questions answered but there was one question that burned a hole in everyone's minds, where is Zuko's mother? Part one started us on a journey to find her and answer some questions about Zuko's family, and now Part two is getting us a bit closer.

I love that we're getting to see more of Azula post-defeat and just how hard everything is hitting her. She hasn't necessarily `changed' but she is really showing off how broken she truly is. We get a look at Zuko and Azula's tenuous past and some of the flashbacks from the show are finally shown in their entirety!

There isn't a ton of action and while nothing is incredibly mind blowing it does give some great info on the royal Fire Nation family that we didn't have before. I can't recommend these novels enough so if you're a fan of Avatar don't hesitate to grab them!
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The group makes it to Hira'a after some banter and battles when Zuko discovers a letter revealing he is not the son of the previous Fire Lord, but of his mother's boyfriend Ikem. So when they arrive in town they ask about both Ursa (Zuko's mother) and Ikem. Rumors say Ikem disappeared into the Forgetful Valley a long time ago. Different rumors hint that Ursa came back briefly and also disappeared into the same valley. The group sets off for the valley from which no one has returned. The Forgetful Valley provides plenty of action, mystery, and new problems.

The back story of Ursa and her life at the royal court continues, showing why she left and why Zuko is still considered the legitimate heir to the throne. But not what happened to her after she entered the valley. The story is paced well with the main story.

Not a whole lot happens in this issue but the story moves forward enough to keep me reading the next part.
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