He Pulled His Hood over His Head

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Assassin's Creed
Oliver Bowden

Betrayed by the ruling families of Italy, a young man embarks upon an epic quest for vengeance. To eradicate corruption and restore his family's honour, he will learn the art of the assassins. To his allies, Ezio will become a force for change, fighting for freedom and justice. To his enemies, he will become a threat. (via Goodreads)

  • I’ve heard a lot over the video games, never played them though, and I was intrigued about the vibe that was created around the character.
  • The story talks about the more than 20 years of the life of Ezio Auditore, but sometimes I was not aware of the fact that multiple years had pasted until it was actually mentioned in the text.
  • Because of the above bullet a love things happen in the book, a consequence is that there is not a lot of room for detailed descriptions.
  • This is not a bad thing, however, details where only given where they really added value to story.
  • The last 25 pages give you a whole different feeling compared to the other pages.
  • First, I was of the opinion that I might not read the second book of the series, but the bullet above changed that. This is definitely a series to follow up on.
  • Check my tweet about that last statement here.
  • Buy, borrow or burn? Buy

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