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All Alone

The Bos June 9, 2011 User blog:The Bos

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Shadowed Katara

Leah's all alone. Read the series to change that!

All right... I don't think I've done a review blog in forever, so here goes nothing... I've recently read Alone, written by Epic fanon reviewer and Guardian fan Millennia2.

To be honest, I was a bit apprehensive at first; I am very particular when it comes to what I want to read (tell my English teachers), and I am looking for certain aspects when I read fanon. Alone didn't meet only a few of them, or so I thought. But, what kept me away, most of all, was thinking that it was a mindless series about what it would be like if benders somehow appeared in this world. I assumed it was one of those series' that had the author as a main character, usually the Avatar, and was going to be a random string of storylines that had no overarching plot.

I was wrong.

While the bending performed by a beginner in several arts is a bit of a stretch, it makes for well done action sequences. I have begun to appreciate Millennia's series as he has mine. I find the idea of 'Bending colonies' interesting, and how he has tied bending cover-ups to real world disasters is very intriguing. Each chapter brings the Avatar, Leah Sanchez, closer to mastery over the four elements in hopes of defeating The Leader.

BTW, Millenia, whenever you read this, I would love to know how the Leader can possibly bend 2 elements.

Anyway, I won't give away any plot spoilers, but I will highly recommend this series to you; coming from a skeptic, it is advisable that you take the time to read this series.

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