Underworld (Assassin's Creed 8.) 2 csillagozás

Oliver Bowden: Assassin's Creed – Underworld

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A disgraced Assassin. A deep-cover agent. A quest for redemption.

1862, and with London in the grip of the Industrial Revolution, the world's first underground railway is under construction. When a body is discovered at the dig, it sparks the beginning of the latest deadly chapter in the centuries-old battle between the Assassins and Templars.

Deep undercover is an Assassin with dark secrets and a mission to defeat the Templar stranglehold on the nation's capital.

Soon the Brotherhood will know him as Henry Green, mentor to Jacob and Evie Frye. For now, he is simply The Ghost.

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 2015

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Penguin, London, 2015
320 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 9781405918862

Enciklopédia 2

Szereplők népszerűség szerint

Evie Frye · Jacob Frye


Kedvencelte 1

Várólistára tette 2

Kívánságlistára tette 3


Népszerű idézetek

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A train clattered slowly past and blew its whistle.
“What’s stopping us?” said Jacob nodding at it. “London is waiting to be liberated. Forget Crawley.”
“Father would have wanted us to listen . . .”
“Oh, Father. You could continue his legacy in London.”
“Freeing future generations from a city ruled by Templars. You know, Jacob Frye, you might just be right.”
“Then, shall we?”
“Yes, let’s.”
With that, the two of them ran and boarded the train, bound for London. There, they decided, they would meet Henry Green, a man about whom they had no knowledge. “The Assassin watching over London,” was what they had been told. They knew nothing of his true history.

Kapcsolódó szócikkek: Evie Frye · Jacob Frye

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