The Tale of Zuko

The Tale of Zuko I am Prince Zuko After being betrayed by my wicked sister Azula Uncle Iroh and I have sought new lives in the Earth Kingdom It is humbling to wander as a refugee but it has also opened my eyes to t

  • Title: The Tale of Zuko
  • Author: Michael Teitelbaum
  • ISBN: 9781416949848
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • I am Prince Zuko After being betrayed by my wicked sister, Azula, Uncle Iroh and I have sought new lives in the Earth Kingdom It is humbling to wander as a refugee, but it has also opened my eyes to the pain the Fire Nation has inflicted on the world as well as on me On one hand I am proud to be a prince of the Fire Nation, but on the other hand I feel very ashamed.I am Prince Zuko After being betrayed by my wicked sister, Azula, Uncle Iroh and I have sought new lives in the Earth Kingdom It is humbling to wander as a refugee, but it has also opened my eyes to the pain the Fire Nation has inflicted on the world as well as on me On one hand I am proud to be a prince of the Fire Nation, but on the other hand I feel very ashamed What is my destiny Is it to turn my back on the Fire Nation and start anew, or is it to restore my honor and earn back my rightful place as the future Fire Lord I have yet to find out.Book Details Format PaperbackPublication Date 2 5 2008Pages 96Reading Level Age 7 and Up

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    519 thoughts on “The Tale of Zuko”

    1. This book is verbatim what happens in the 2nd season of the TV show. I was hoping for maybe some extra adventures that Zuko and Iroh got into, but we don't get any new material. And even though Zuko is narrating, there is nothing insightful. His internal thoughts are rudimentary and nothing noteworthy is added that we wouldn't have already assumed from watching the show.Also the author is a terrible writer- he keeps switching between past and present tense ("I attacked Azula" in one sentence and [...]


    2. First and foremost, I can't believe it took me this long to read this one. It has been sitting on my self for months. Like, it has Azula on the cover but it took me this long??? I don't know lol. But naturally I like it, I enjoy pretty much everything the Avatar universe has to offer. And I like Zuko a lot too so I like reading things from his POV.


    3. OMG I just realized this while filling out each and every field I could on for the first time ever. It took me literally 1 whole year to read these. I bought them last April 18 and to the day finally got around to picking up the book from my shelves (real ones) and read at work. What an utter disappointment.At least the last books about the water "book" had pictures, trivia, forms, ugh this time around they've thrown all that out the window. along with the COLOR! I'm now copying and pasting thi [...]


    4. Darn. Back to multiple tenses. The author bounces back and forth between things that happened in the past, and things that are happening now, that I'm amazed he can keep the two straight.The scene at the end of the season in which Zuko chooses to betray his uncle to fight on Azula's side was ripe for exploration, since viewers of the show are privy to none of his internal turmoil. Naturally, this opportunity was not seized, and all we get is more completely wooden, uninteresting prose in a font [...]



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