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The Desert Threat: An Assassin's Creed Novel - Assassin’s Creed (Paperback)

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Paperback 272 Pages
Published: 19/01/2023
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Ancient Mongolia is the stage for the latest epic adventure in the award-winning Assassin’s Creed® universe, as assassin Shao Jun fights a sinister plot that spells the downfall of the Brotherhood of the Assassins

The Brotherhood of Assassins has been all but eradicated by the Chinese Emperor. Restoring the Order to its former glory is no easy feat, but it is Shao Jun’s duty, and her best chance of survival. When she learns that an old foe has acquired a powerful artifact with which he intends to lure any remaining assassins to their deaths, Shao Jun hastens to Mongolia. There, political intrigue between Mongolian royalty, an exiled prince, and the lethal tensions between Mongolia and China draw her into their web. But when she discovers an even more sinister actor behind the intrigue who is creating monsters for a brutal takeover of the region, Shao Jun vows to do everything in her power to stop it.

Publisher: Aconyte Books
ISBN: 9781839081729
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 204 g
Dimensions: 197 x 130 x 18 mm
Edition: Paperback Original


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"Leisheng blends action, adventure, intrigue and character depth into a superb novel that is hard to put down." - What You Tolkien About

“It’s a fast-paced fantasy, and I had so much fun reading it! My absolute favorite part is that the author has made this book feel so authentic, with little author notes, explaining certain traditions, details, characters, items. Great job!” - Wandering Through the Pages, on Assassin's Creed: The Ming Storm

“Assassin's Creed: The Ming Storm might be based upon a video game, but it felt like a book that was purely its own creation. It's a book that cares more about crafting a living breathing world, filled with characters that have a lot of depth, who the readers can come to understand.” - Trans-Scribe

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This was an enjoyable story that was interesting to read. I read through first book in this series and loved it. This on for me fell rather short for me. It felt as if this book was more of a historical fiction book... More

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