Where’s the Assassin? Spot the characters then and now in new Assassin’s Creed seek-and-find book

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Assassin’s Creed ties together the best of fantasy, time travel, and high adventure.  Assassin’s Creed is the perfect mix of fantasy and fiction, of adventure, sci-fi, and history.  We’ve reviewed several tie-ins to the games here at borg, from Assassin’s Creed: Bloodstone to Assassin’s Creed: The Ankh of IsisAssassin’s Creed: Origins, and the comprehensive Assassin’s Creed: The Essential Guide.  The latest tie-in is for kids, for fans of Highlights magazine, and Where’s Waldo?  It’s Titan Books’ Assassin’s Creed: Where’s the Assassin?, a colorful, over-sized, storybook-format, hardcover book, crammed full with 40 pages of character-filled scenes in international locations from the past.  Your challenge?  To find all the key figures wandering the streets, famous people from history and key characters from the franchise–across eras and continents–ducking into alleyways and hiding in the shadows–or in plain sight.  Assassin’s Creed: Where’s the Assassin? is available now here at Amazon.

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Explore marketplaces and town squares in historical and ancient cities like Athens, Venice, Rome, Constantinople, Nassau, Versailles, Victorian London, and even New Orleans.  Readers will meet several familiar faces from multiple incarnations of Assassin’s Creed, and some everyone should know, like Herodotus, Caesar and Cleopatra, Richard the Lionheart, Leonardo da Vinci, Machiavelli and the Borgias, Suleiman, and others.  

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A key makes the task straightforward for younger readers, but everyone will need to look closely for Benjamin Franklin from Assassin’s Creed Rogue and Jacob from Assassin’s Creed Syndicate.  Fans of the franchise can also seek out symbols and relics on their own.

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Order now to beat the holiday rush and projected shipping delays.  Assassin’s Creed: Where’s the Assassin? is available now here at Amazon.

C.J. Bunce / Editor / borg

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