What's on the TBR pile?

What’s on the TBR pile?

Payday in December is a dangerous thing. As soon as we got paid this month, me and my husband went on a mini spending spree. Christmas presents, home essentials and of course, books. Specifically Avatar: The Last Airbender graphic novels!

A few months ago, I did a review of The Promise which was the first graphic novel that took place immediately after the events of Avatar: The Last Airbender TV show. Basically, it carried on the story of the Avatar in this beautiful format.

Check out the review for The Promise here.

So naturally, as soon as the next book The Search got posted through my letterbox, it went straight to the top of my TBR pile. These things take less than an hour to read, maybe two if you’re going to read them twice in a row!

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If you aren’t familiar with the Avatar series, I strongly recommend it! It’s a kids’ show but honestly, everyone can enjoy it. It’s up on Netflix right now so if you’ve got time to watch something casual, there’s nothing better.

The Search focuses on a question that all Avatar fans were dying to know after the series concluded: what happened to Zuko’s mom? I’m dying to read it and find out!

The Promise and The Search are in these giant, beautiful hardbacks but they were originally comic books. These hardbacks have combined all the volumes into one amazing book and they take a lot of care to read. They just feel so fragile!

I can’t wait to get stuck in and start reading this one! If you want to check out The Search here is the Amazon link.

Thanks for reading!

 

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