Category: Book Reviews

Dead Space: Martyr | Book Review

It’s all too easy to be skeptical when approaching novels based on popular video game series’. There’s good reason to believe that most of them will be lazily plotted and written tripe that exists for no other purpose than to cash in on the popularity of a franchise and will most likely disappoint anyone looking for
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Assassin’s Creed: The Fall Series

Yeah, it’s a comic. What’s your problem? Graphic novels are books too, y’know, just in picture form (and in my opinion a lot less cluttered). All joking aside, the critically-acclaimed Assassin’s Creed: The Fall comic series  follows the complex interwoven stories of a Russian Revolution-era Assassin named Nikolai Orelov and his modern-day descendant, Daniel Cross
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Assassin’s Creed: Forsaken Novel Announced

A new tie-in novel to Assassin’s Creed III has just been announced today. Set to release on December 4th for $9.99 and written by Oliver Bowden, Forsaken will essentially tell the backstory of Conoor and how he came to be an assassin. The description of the book can be read below. If you didn’t hear
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Tor Reveals Third Entry in the Forerunner Saga, Silentium

As I trudge along in getting these first two books of the Forerunner Saga read and reviewed, Tor Publications has announced the third book in the series, Silentium. No ther details were released about the story, aside from a release date of January 8th, 2013. I’ve finally started reading the series myself and I can
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