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Summary

Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of Assassin's Creed: Forsaken, a new novelisation based on one of the biggest gaming-media franchises in the world, read by the actor Gunnar Cauthery.

Assassin's Creed: Forsaken is the latest thrilling novelisation by Oliver Bowden based on the phenomenally successful game series.

The new game, Assassin's Creed III, takes one of gaming's most popular franchises to new heights in its most realistic world yet and introduces a brand new Assassin, Connor.

Set during the American Revolution, Connor has sworn to secure liberty for his people and his nation and unleashes his powerful skills on the chaotic, blood-soaked battlefields of the hostile American wilderness.

Assassin's Creed: Forsaken is the story behind who Connor really is and how he has become a deadly killer. The world of the Assassin's has become far more lethal than ever before.

©2013 Oliver Bowden (P)2013 Penguin Books Limited

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Haytham's Story (Connor is barely in it)

Well-written. Really expands on AC universe. Just wish the narrator knew how to pronounce "Haytham"...

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the best AC book yet

ditching the third person narrative and going for a diary style first person this book is a good story, excellently read and with a deep and often conflicted protagonist.

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nice

amazing book
really well read and i
really enjoyed it cant wait for the next one

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assassin creed forsaken is one of 7 books........

assassin creed forsaken is one of 7 book in the assassin creed one of my favourites

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Best assasins creed book in the series for me.

It was good to see the world by a templars eyes!
And looking how he was changing.
Thanks for it!

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  • Brendon
  • 10-01-17

So intriguing!

I personally loved the Journal entry styled writing. It was a fun way to get into Haytham's head. If you enjoy Assassin's Creed you will like this book. Depending on your love of the characters will determine your overall opinion any further. I, myself, love Connor and Edward. So getting some background and filler was an enjoyable experience. Hopefully this helps aide anyone's decisions.

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  • jesse
  • 01-06-15

Nothing is true...

I love the story and the characters!! The voice actor reading this book bothers me a bit. He constantly mispronounces the main characters name "Haytham" saying it like "Hat-em" and when there was GERMAN character he made a Scottish accent. Made things very confusing. But with that said he did very well with the character of Haytham.