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Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2020
I really enjoyed this book and can't wait to get the next one.

This review will be spoiler free. This book takes place immediately after book three, so if you haven't already, go watch the Avatar the last Airbender on Netflix.

This book does a good job on making you feel like you're still watching the show, the characters still act how you'd expect and the things that happen in this story actually make sense. It doesn't feel like a forced issue that was created JUST so the writers had something to work with. The art is amazing and there are a few pages of concept art in the book of the book in case you were wondering.

The book is 9 inches long, 6 wide and is a little under half an inch thick. (For reference those chess board sqaures are 2.5 inches) This is just like the library edition but it's way smaller, the exact size of the original there parts. You won't miss much if you don't get the library edition, the omnibus edition still has all three parts of the promise. The only thing you won't get are the annotation from the library edition, in my opinion they're not much of a selling point for me anyway.

This book earned 5 stars from me, the story was realistic given the circumstances after book 3 and it made sense.

(Boring shipping details) I pre-ordered this book a week before it was set to release and I received it a month after it released. So if you plan on getting the other two omnibus editions of The Search and The Rift then I'd pre-order them as soon as you can.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Captures the essence of the show very well, and builds upon it
By Aaron L on July 29, 2020
I really enjoyed this book and can't wait to get the next one.

This review will be spoiler free. This book takes place immediately after book three, so if you haven't already, go watch the Avatar the last Airbender on Netflix.

This book does a good job on making you feel like you're still watching the show, the characters still act how you'd expect and the things that happen in this story actually make sense. It doesn't feel like a forced issue that was created JUST so the writers had something to work with. The art is amazing and there are a few pages of concept art in the book of the book in case you were wondering.

The book is 9 inches long, 6 wide and is a little under half an inch thick. (For reference those chess board sqaures are 2.5 inches) This is just like the library edition but it's way smaller, the exact size of the original there parts. You won't miss much if you don't get the library edition, the omnibus edition still has all three parts of the promise. The only thing you won't get are the annotation from the library edition, in my opinion they're not much of a selling point for me anyway.

This book earned 5 stars from me, the story was realistic given the circumstances after book 3 and it made sense.

(Boring shipping details) I pre-ordered this book a week before it was set to release and I received it a month after it released. So if you plan on getting the other two omnibus editions of The Search and The Rift then I'd pre-order them as soon as you can.
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