Reviews: Azula Trilogy
Inspiring Tale of Adventure
This was quite a story, or quite a trilogy of stories. I liked it because first, it depicted Azula's redemption in a believable in in-character way and second, because it's a well-written adventure story. I do have some issues such as some parts of the story beating The Point into the readers' heads, but those don't take away from the overall excellence of the story. I liked the story so much that I wrote a longer review on my blog about it. Part 1 about the redemption angle: http://lunafana.livejournal.com/6669.html Part 2 about the writing itself: http://lunafana.livejournal.com/7009.html
Ack Sed's review
I gave up an afternoon to this trilogy, despite the Rouge Angles Of Satin. It's humbling to see how much skill the writer has.
J Blaze's review
The author also writes a fantastic Mai and Aang, giving both surprising depth and keeping them in character in a fandom that tends to neglect them to Die For Our Ship.
Ryan Lohner's review
Wonderful characterization for Azula, making her Heel Face Turn truly feel earned. Azun and Wei Ming are great villains too, surprisingly sympathetic in their motivations.