assassins -- fiction

06/01/2015 - 3:21pm
Cover to Throne of Glass

Do you LOVE Assassin’s Creed? So do I! Maybe not for the same reason as you, unless you really love to geek out over how historically accurate they make their games. They do their research, and they do it well, which makes this history major squeal with glee. But, truly, there are so many reasons to love Assassin’s Creed: history; assassins; action; adventure; and even a dash of mythology and romance. There are just so many books that can be matched to it!

12/07/2011 - 3:30am
The Fallen Blade by Jon Courtenay Grimwood

In the early 15th-century Venice of The Fallen Blade, by Jon Courtenay Grimwood, no one is safe from the political ambitions of the ruling family--not even Giuliette, beautiful cousin of the Duke. She becomes a pawn in the schemes of her aunt and uncle who are regents for the simpleton Duke Marco. Meanwhile, Venice faces external threats from the Ottomans, the Byzantines and the German emperor. It is Atilo il Mauro's job as head of the Assassini to protect Venice and enforce the will of its ruling family while trying not to be destroyed by that family's internal power struggles.

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