Read Desert Oath: The Official Prequel to Assassin’s Creed Origins Online Free - DESERT OATH: the official prequel to the highly anticipated latest instalment in the Assassin's Creed video game series.
Before Assassin's Creed Origins, there was an Oath.
Egypt, 70BC, a merciless killer stalks the land. His mission: to find and destroy the last members of an ancient order, the Medjay - to eradicate the bloodline.
In peaceful Siwa, the town's protector abruptly departs, leaving his teenage son, Bayek, with questions about his own future and a sense of purpose he knows he must fulfill. Bayek sets off in search of answers, his journey taking him along the Nile and through an Egypt in turmoil, facing the dangers and the mysteries of the Medjay's path.
|Title||:||Desert Oath: The Official Prequel to Assassin’s Creed Origins|
|Number of Pages||:||384 pages|
January 02, 2018
I’ve never played the video games but I loved the movie and it inspired me to read the series. I was hoping for Nietzsche meets Ninja and got a YA action adventure.
That was my bad, I wanted to read them in chronological order. The description plainly stated the MC was a teenager. I’m going to tr...
December 05, 2017
A nice, light, action filled read that keeps you guessing what’ll happen next. Not terrifically strong on character development, but that’s ok. This is, after all, based off of a video game, so I went in not expecting killer literature here. If you’re looking for a read much like your typical act...
November 19, 2017
Desert Oath started out slow. It took some time to really get to know the characters and tell which one was which.
Eventually. I figured it all out and soon I was rooting for Bayek and Aya, while wishing Bion would fall on his own sword.
The only thing I hated was the ending. It was appropriately...
October 26, 2017
a definite must read if interested in the assassins creed story arc. well written and a good backstory going into the game.
March 15, 2018
This is my first time ever reading a book based on a game .. and I love this game and I played it most of my teenage years
I liked this adventure more than I expected .. Bayak is a nice protagonist and he have that sense of loyalty that I like .. he is a Medjay and there is an assasin after him ....
December 22, 2017
Oliver Bowden you've done it again.
His AC books are just fantastic. I am a big big AC fan but I'm also a harsh critic too ~ I expect excellence. And again this novel delivers.
The world building is spot on. It really does evoke the desert and the ancient time period it portrays. The scenery...
February 25, 2018
As a huge fan of the Assassin's Creed franchise, I've always loved the extras that come in their respective books. But this one in particular did not live up to my expectation. To begin with, it lacked character development. The main antagonist is a character is outstanding, however no background...
December 29, 2017
A simple novel that gives a bit more backstory to Aya and Bayek.
November 21, 2017
This book took my breath. It has everything. It is told mostly from Bayek’s POV, but there are other characters too, and you can literally feel the difference between their personalities and their feelings. Many wow moments and heart-breaking events followed almost every chapter. In one part, I h...
October 31, 2017
My only association with Assassin's Creed is the movie that I liked. I haven't played the games or read any of the books. This book is the first one I picked and I loved it.
I have been wary of picking fantasy fiction for the lack of ideas, originality, etc. I picked this one put of cur...