Assassin’s Creed: Forsaken (the Book)

Assassin’s Creed: Forsaken is a book from the Assassin’s Creed collection. It is written by Oliver Bowden, whose real name is Anton Gill. The book is about the life of Haitham Kenway, son of Edward Kenway. It is based on the top seller video game Assassin’s Creed 3.

In the beginning, Haitham is a wealthy child that lives at Queen Anne Square, in London. He learns how to use a sword by the time he can hold one. One night, his house gets attacked, his father dies and his sister gets kidnapped so he protects his mother with the only way possible: killing.

Now, without a family, a mysterious mentor takes care of him and teaches him the ways of the Templars. Because he wants to get revenge, he starts a mission of punishment, without trusting anyone and doubting what he has been taught. Betrayal and conspiracy wrap him as he goes deeper into the fight between Templars and Assassins.

I personally love this book, because it made me feel fear, hate and all kinds of feelings that a book can make me feel. I suggest this book to anyone who likes action and mystery.


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