Graphic Novel Review: Assassin’s Creed: Last Descendants: LOCUS

Assassin’s Creed: Last Descendants: LOCUS

Synopsis:
Tommy Greyling has traveled to London in search of a murderer – and a secret. Teaming up with the Assassins Evie Frye and Henry Green, he sets out on a quest to uncover the mystery that has changed the world.

Review:
LOCUS ties in to the young adult The Last Descendants mini-series from Scholastic by Matthew J. Kirby. This story focuses solely on the Templar’s investigation, using young Sean to get the details about Tommy Greyling a Pinkerton agent in Victorian London.

This standalone story is a fast-paced and exciting story for fans of the series. It’s not absolutely necessary to have read the Last Descendants series (books 1 and 2 are out now) to get to know the modern day characters, as the story focuses mostly on the Victorian quest. But I’m really enjoying the series, so I highly recommend it to teens and older. They are quick and easy reads with a great twist. And this graphic novel installment is another exciting story and some fun interactions with a historical figure.

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