Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Assassin's Creed Renaissance by Oliver Bowden

Review by Aidan Hall (Year 13)

Assassin’s Creed Renaissance is based on the game “Assassin’s Creed 2”. Having only played “Assassin’s Creed”, I was expecting a kinda Sci-fi type book, but this is nothing like that, as it only focuses on the actual Assassin himself.

The book is set in the late 1400s and focuses on the main character, Ezio Auditore, after his family gets brutally betrayed. This leads onto him discovering that his father was not just a banker, but a member of a secret group dedicated to protecting mankind.
So, the book is about Ezio, and is his journey of revenge and retribution as he seeks out revenge against all the men that caused his brothers’ and father’s deaths, while at the same time doing the work for the Order of Assassins.


As to be expected, the book ends with Ezio defeating the Templar’s, even though it takes 27 years, and ends with the Prophet completely revealed.

I liked this book because it is based on a game (which I have played the prequel to), and coz it ended up being on the type of book I prefer, just a good action book, instead of a sci-fi book, which just makes it so much better.


I would recommend this book to anyone who likes to read action books, and definitely anyone who has played either of the Assassin’s Creed games.

Reviewed by Aidan Hall

2 comments:

  1. I love it read this..how can i go about ordering this? any suggestions please..thanks for sharing this with me!


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  2. Again might be late with this question, i got my copy from ordering at Barnes and Noble. The book is indeed great and you get sucked in really quick. You would want to keep reading bauce you would want to find out what would happen next. i truely recommend it too.

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