Mass Effect: Ascension - Drew Karpyshyn Reviews
Description:ISBN 1841496766 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Drew Karpyshyn / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 2008-08-07 by Orbit
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Mass Effect Ascension by Drew Karpyshyn takes place shortly after the attack of the Reaper Sovereign and his allies Saren and the Geth. Acting as filler between the games Mass Effect 1 and 2, the novel tells of how The Illusive Man, the leader of the rogue, xenophobic organization called Cerberus, watches on as he plots Cerberus' next move. For those who have already played Mass Effect 2, the exploits and shady dealings of Cerberus and the Illusive Man will come as no surprise but for others who wish to devour as much knowledge of the Mass Effect Universe before playing the novel will provide a great introduction. Karpyshyn writes in a very easy ... Read the complete review
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