Assassin's Creed: Revelations
The library holds not only hidden knowledge but also the most unsettling secret the world has ever known, a secret the Templars hope to use ...more
The Assassin's Creed series, by Oliver Bowden, Christie Golden, Matthew Kriby and Gordon Doherty is a collection of novels set within the Assassin's Creed video game universe. The books follow various time periods and revolve around the Assassins at war with the Knights Templar. Revelations once again follows Ezio Auditore as he leaves his life behind in search of the truth about the Assassin Order and "those who came before". The resulting journey ...more
Requiescat in pace
Absolutely not a literary masterpiece at all, but this final novel was just the best one of of the Ezio Auditore trilogy (far better than the previous Altair book for me).
A real action-packed page-turner and the sad ending was a real gut-wrenching one.
Not bad at all for a videogame franchise based reading. ...more
The book follows a story of Assassin’s Creed: Revelations video game. Many people don’t the idea of this book because of it’s close relationship with video game, but the series of this author are supposed to be like this. The biggest part of the book is telling the story of Ezio while he was fighting Templars in Constantinople. But the last part of the book is telling the story of Assassin's Creed: Embers, an animated short film created by UbiWorkshop. Thi ...more
the age gap between him and Sophia was a such a turn off to me, their relationship didn't make sense to me but I guess it worked ti ...more
Assassin's Creed: Revelations is the thrilling novelisation by Oliver Bowden based on the game series. Older, wiser and more deadly than ever, Master Assassin Ezio Auditore embarks on an epic journey to find the lost library of Altair - a library that may hold the key to defeating the Templars for ever. However, a shocking discovery awaits him. The library holds no only a hidden knowledge but also the most unsettling secret the world has ever known; a secret the Templars hope to use to control h...more
Oliver Bowden has once again made it hard to put down the book. Although it is but a book, I found myself grown attached to the characters and finding it hard to put down.
Beneath the stones of this ...more
The book is about Eizo Auditore master assassins who embarks on a journey to find the hidden knowledge and a unsettiling secret of libary
The best bit of the is on page 23 when Claudia says something funny but I’m not going to tell you because that would spoil the book
I would recommend the assassins creed books to assassin creed fans if you like the game you will love the book the book is for boys ranging from 12 to 17
I love the books and the games so you will t ...more
I know that it's not (in terms of good literature) what many would call a great novel. But for a novelisation of a video game, it is surely a master work.
Yes, I noticed errors along the way, and a couple of things that just don't quite work. But that didn't stop me sinking right into the story and falling madly in love with the adventure and life of the protaganist, Ezio Auditore.
Revelations is the fourth in the book series (the third and final concerning Ezio). Aft ...more
Still, some nice lines inside:
No man should pass from this would without knowing some kindness, some chance of redemption.
How can I regret the only life I have ever known?
A wounded heart sees all wisdom as the point of a knife.
Ezio: We may be walking to our doom, Maria.
Maria: We may. But we walk together.
I have not lived long ...more
His quest in this book is about discovering more about Altair, a mentor of the Assasins.His adventure taking place in constantinople.
Edzio got a memory of Altiar that helps him to find masyaf keys to destroy apple of Eden. Apple if Eden is something that can harms people minds .Not only Altiars memory but also local ...more
his long quest will lead him fron Masyaf to Istanbul in search of the keys needed to unlock Altair's library and he will meet new friends and enemies. and as a fan of both the books and games i very much recommend this book to all lovers of a good story. ...more
The book is separated into three acts and they generally follow: Act I, how Ezio gets to the new city and who he meets; Act II, the adventure; Act III, the epilogue. Act I is a little mo ...more
Still, AC has been my comfort blanket these past months, I guess the novels do their jobs: telling the games' stories. Nothing more.