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In the futuristic world of James Cameron's Avatar a young man named Jake becomes part of an exploration team on the planet Pandora, inhabited by the exotic Na'vi.
Scientists have created an avatar - a body that looks like a Na'vi but is operated by a human's consciousness. When in his avatar body, Jake finds himself drawn to the planet's way of life. But before the Na'vi will accept him as one of their own, he has to pass a series of fantastic and dangerous tests.
Can Jake survive long enough to become a full-fledged Na'vi? And will he ever want to live as a human again?
Based on the hit movie by James Cameron.
This book was quite different from the movie "Avatar" because the end of the movie was missing, and a few other parts were missing too. The illustrations throughout the book caught my eye because they were very detailed and they looked awesome, even though they weren't colourful. The book wasn't very thick so it was easy and fun to read, and so I got through it very quickly.
The book's storyline was OK because the author, James Cameron, made it so descriptive that it was like I was actually there. I found the cover very interesting because apart from the top half it was like it was showing me part of the story. The only thing I disliked about this book is that it wasn't as long as I had thought it would be, but it was still cool.
The Na'vi Quest is something you don't want to miss, so if you like fantasy and other worlds, get this book NOW!
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