Wednesday 8 July 2020

Assassin's Creed: Last Descendants #2 - Tomb of the Khan by Matthew J. Kirby - A Review

The Assassin's Creed universe is one of my favourites. I love reading the books in the series.

This review is about Assassin's Creed Last Descendants #2 - Tomb of the Khan by Matthew J. Kirby. The Last Descendants is a kind of spin-off trilogy where we see the story taking place in our time with the necessary Animus simulations of course. 

This one is book number two, so if you want you can check out my review for book number one here.

Let's get back to book two now. It centers around the history of Genghis Khan and his descendants. I like the writing and the story but it's not one of my favourites. It is of course better then the first one, in my opinion. The characters are spot-on and I am curious to see what comes next for them.

Rating: 4 Stars

Synopsis from Goodreads:
In "Last Descendants," Owen and a group of other teens located the first piece of an ancient and powerful relic long considered a legend-the Trident of Eden. This piece was sought by the Brotherhood of Assassins and the Templar Order, but before either organization could take the piece, it was stolen by an unknown, third party. The tenuous relationship between Owen and the teens fractured, with some taking sides with the Templars, and others with the Assassins.
"Last Descendants" book 2 picks up weeks after the events of book 1. There are still two pieces of the Trident of Eden to find, and both groups are determined to not repeat their mistakes. The next piece is said to have been buried with Mongol Warlord Genghis Khan, whose tomb has never been found. Now the teens on either side of the conflict will have to go deep into simulations in war-torn Mongolian China in a race against time to discover the next piece, and ensure their safety, before the others.

See you in the next post and don't forget to keep reading!!!


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