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    Assassins creed forsaken

    Help fill in all the blanks in the game explains why edwards son is a templer and goes more into his stroy if you like the game this is a must read
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    Great book

    Not as good as all the others but still awesome none the less
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    Almost

    Good read but lacked something the previous books had, though im still looking forward to the next book.
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    Wasted Potential (review has game spoilers)

    The story is told through the eyes of Haytham Kenway in diary format and spans from his childhood to the end of Assassin's Creed 3. But there are several things that prevented me from liking this book. 1) Haytham writes in exactly the same way as a ten-year-old as he does when he's fifty! 2) The plotline with Haytham's sister is just weird. 3) Canon events in the game are retold in a way that directly contradicts the game. Haytham was present at a shooting in Boston during the game, but isn't in this book. 4) The justification behind Ziio parting ways with Haytham is very weak; it has less to do with him being a Templar and more to do with the fact that Edward Braddock didn't die when Haytham said he did. Haytham left him dying and he did die, so I don't see why this would matter. 5) There's still no explanation for how Haytham knew Connor was his son other than "I saw him once in a jail cell and thought 'he has Ziio's eyes!'" I was very disappointed.
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    Assassins creed forsaken

    If you have played the videogame this is the perfect book to read, you learn about the motives and the background of Haythem Kenway (father of the protagonist).
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