Assassin's Creed: Assassins Vol.2: Setting Sun

Assassin s Creed Assassins Vol Setting Sun Charlotte De La Cruz is in way over her head With the realization that she is now deep in trouble with the Templars her only hope is to unravel the mystery of what they want from herd to do that she

  • Title: Assassin's Creed: Assassins Vol.2: Setting Sun
  • Author: Anthony Del Col Connor McCreery Dennis Calero
  • ISBN: 9781782763062
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Paperback
  • Charlotte De La Cruz is in way over her head With the realization that she is now deep in trouble with the Templars, her only hope is to unravel the mystery of what they want from herd to do that she needs the Animus Diving into the memories of her Inca ancestor, Quila, she is desperate for a clue, a link, anything that might point towards a little owledge.

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      Published :2018-05-16T01:07:43+00:00

    1 thought on “Assassin's Creed: Assassins Vol.2: Setting Sun”

    1. I definitely enjoyed this one more than I did Trial By Fire. Still very fast paced but that's to be expected in AC, I guess. Sh*t hits the fan quickly. Galina is still annoying but I'm beginning to understand her! Char is still my fav in this one but I was totally feeling her ancestor Guila!!!! I loved her! I just love that thiese feature female assassins, especially women of color!! Also, not sure where the story is going but I'm enjoying these so much I'm going to continue them. Talk about abo [...]

    2. The good:-The incan story.-The fact that the animus part wasn't about assassins was good for the plot.-Great Mexico setting.The bad:-Mexican narco cliché.-The present part was too odd, everything fell into place, the motivations of the characters weren't really clear, they just did what the heck they wanted, usually going bad.-What the heck with the ending?

    3. I liked the action, that was nicely done, and also the twist at the end. Unfortunately, Charlotte is such an irresponsible, unlikable know-it-all. I actually like Galina, despite all her murdering brutality, better.

    4. This time out, Charlotte and her fellow Assassins, still on the run from the Templars, need information, and it seems like Ms. De La Cruz is headed back into the Animus. This time, she explores an Inca ancestor, Quila, who is a runner and message deliverer to her people. When the message is that the Emperor is about to be killed, Quila's status as a woman comes into play, as the Inca consider her less because she is a woman.Back and forth, past and present, these Assassins are headed towards a g [...]

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